At 20:27 4/15/99 , Ken Norton wrote:
>photographer unique. Who knows, I might have an element out of alignment
>that IMPROVED the lens for a given picture. Maybe fungus is a good thing
>for a portrait lens...
Great idea! If it's true you could snap up piles of fungi'ed lenses at
really low cost. Then you could resell them as portrait lenses at a
healthy profit, and still be way under the cost of the custom-made portrait
lenses described on the mailing list a few days ago.
That is, at least until the rest of the world figured out what you were
doing. Then the cost of a fungi'ed lens would undoubtedly rise until it
was considered a desirable feature that increased the value of a lens!
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