Re: new member

From: JOSE FERNANDO ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 03/15/05-12:32:35 PM Z
Message-id: <01c401c5298d$5e73ebb0$a355e854@winxp>

Re: new member
Hi Sandy,
 I'll try to get one of these here in Spain.
Remember you still own me a carbon print.There was a deal.
Manolo is much into ejiptology now and has little or no time for photography, he has stopped the alternative editions of photography and the alternative list in Spanish is almost dead. But I am sure he will come back one day. I give him your regards.
Jose FErnando.
 ----- Original Message -----
  From: Sandy King
  Sent: Tuesday, March 15, 2005 5:46 PM
  Subject: Re: new member

  Hi Jose,

  And welcome to the alt--photo list.

  Is the printing you plan to do from scanned negatives to be in platinum or palladium? And what size image do you plan to make? If you want to go as wide as 13 inches the Epson 1280 or 2200 (have same numbers in Europe?) are the ones that are used in US most frequently. They both give very nice results in palladium printing with spectral density negatives. Some less expensive options are available if 8.5 inches is wide enough for you, and of course there is the new even larger Epson 4000. But in general I believe there is a preference for Epson printers ove Canon, HP, etc.

  Please give my regards to Manolo? It has been a very long time since I have heard from him.


    Hi I am new on the list. I practiced for some years with platimum paladium, blue brint, Van dyke, pinhole etc. I have attended a workshop with Sandy King in Novelda Alicante Spain, where I live. My main concern now is pinhole photography. In 1992 I met Thomas Harding in a platinum workshop in Aspen. He made me swop into this tipe of photography when I saw his pictures and now I am fascinated by this type os photography.
    Now I am also interesting in printing from scaned negatives but I need advise on what printer to buy which one would fit with the type of phottography I work with. Any help? Thank you
    Best regards
    Jose Fernando
Received on Tue Mar 15 12:33:12 2005

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