Re: First tri-colour gum

From: Katharine Thayer ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 10/16/05-02:51:56 AM Z
Message-id: <435214A2.2C30@pacifier.com>

This is poetic justice, for once, to have a site that my old Netscape
will open easily but current Explorer won't.

Don't apologize for posting the link, David; it's always great to see
what people are doing, and why not post your first tricolor, since
tricolor gum is something of an achievement. If my system was working,
I'd scan my first tricolor (I think I've still got it somewhere) as a
comparison; it wasn't anything like yours. Everything was so
overpigmented and overexposed and underdeveloped that the details, what
there were in the cropped and enlarged 35mm image, were completely
obscured. But I did learn from that first attempt that PY110 and PR175
make a great faux-metallic gold color, when overpigmented and printed
over each other. It was an interesting picture, but nothing like a
tricolor.
 
I'm a little puzzled by Chris's comment about yellow and purple, though,
since I see neither; I see pink and orange and blue, the colors of a
sunset. Just another illustration of the fact that one should never
judge color from an electronic reproduction, I guess.

Keep on printing!
Katharine

 

Gordon J. Holtslander wrote:
>
> Hi:
>
> Looks like your page was created with Word - but for some reason it will
> not work with Internet Explorer, but will with other browsers like
> Firefox. That or your ISP web service adds hoards of unecessary code to
> your web pages.
>
> Word isn't the best tool to make web pages with.
>
> Try NVU http://www.nvu.com - its free and it works well for simple
> web pages.
>
> Looks like two different image files are referenced - I suspect one that
> explorer will try to use - that isn't on your server. And another that
> other browsers will use. That's why Explorer users can't see anything -
> I'm guessing its trying to access the image "index_files/image001.jpg",
> which isn't on your server.
>
> Or Microsoft has designed Word to make web pages incompatible with
> Explorer - must be a new security precaution :)
>
> Gord
>
> On Sat, 15 Oct 2005, davidhatton wrote:
>
> > Hi,
> > I don't understand that. It may be something to do with my server. I use
> > Firefox and it comes up fine (complete with text). Anyway, in answer to
> > your question, no it is a trinegaprint using photoshop to split the
> > channels and my trusty epson to print the negatives. I'm still working
> > on single negative images..
> >
> > Regards,
> > David H
> >
> > Christina Z. Anderson wrote:
> > > OK David, what am I doing wrong? The image doesn't come up in my browser
> > > (Explorer)...:(
> > > Chris
> > >
> >
>
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