RE: Base for enlarged negs.

From: Eric Neilsen ^lt;>
Date: 03/14/05-06:21:44 PM Z
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Hans, before I'd suggest any thing, I'll ask a few more questions. What ink
jet printer/ink combination are you using? While some might consider the
material the most expensive part, I value my time more than quick bad or
just acceptable results.

And what process or processes do you wish to use them with?

Eric Neilsen Photography
4101 Commerce Street
Suite 9
Dallas, TX 75226
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Hans Klemmer []
> Sent: Sunday, March 13, 2005 7:47 PM
> To:
> Subject: Base for enlarged negs.
> Hi everybody,
> I'm the proverbial new kid on the block and hope to make my first
> enlarged digital negative this week. The question I have for the group
> is this: Do I need to use something like "Ultrafine" or other high end
> clear film for making digital negatives, or can I use something as low
> tech as 3M Transparency film? What qualities should I be looking for in
> a film base for my negatives?
> Thanks in advance for any input,
> Hans Klemmer
> P.S. I apologize to the list for sending out a short, personal note a
> few days ago. It (probably) won't happen again.
> " The object of painting a picture is not to make a picture- however
> unreasonable this may sound. The picture, if a picture results, is a
> by-product and may be useful, valuable, interesting as a sign of what
> has passed. The object, which is back of every true work of art, is the
> attainment of a state of being, a state of high functioning, a more
> than ordinary moment of existence."
> Robert Henri
> >
Received on Mon Mar 14 18:21:53 2005

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