Re: Harold K. Vollrath

Rob Kirkham <rdkirkham@...>

But surely in the process all of that lovely fine detail that one could pick out of a chemical process print is lost on a digital print (unless they are going to huge resolution files)? No?

Rob Kirkham

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From: "Jack Burgess" <>
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Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2008 10:30 AM
Subject: RE: [STMFC] Re: Harold K. Vollrath

I've long used a high-end professional lab for developing slide film, B/W
printing, etc. When I recently took some original negs in to have them make
prints, I discovered that they had gotten rid of all of the traditional
photography equipment...chemicals, trays, enlarger, etc. Now, if you want a
print from a negative, they scan the neg and make prints from the scans. In
fact, if you just want scans on a CD, it is cheaper to order prints and ask
for the scans to also be written to a CD for an extra nominal charge...

Jack Burgess

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