Re: [OM] [OT] As the Winder Turns: Some of the Early Experiments

Subject: Re: [OM] [OT] As the Winder Turns: Some of the Early Experiments
From: "John A. Lind" <jlind@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 05 Nov 2000 21:45:45 +0000
At 01:43 11/6/00 , Gregg Iverson wrote:
>John replied:
>>At 00:30 11/6/00 , Gregg Iverson wrote:
>> >Photos, we need photos
>Now, how about some of the flash bracket?
>> >
>> >Gregg
>Not needed.  These are good shots for a beginner or otherwise.

Thanks, there are flaws in most of them because I was concentrating on
testing one thing at a time . . . not completely ignoring the rest, but not
concentrating as much on it, especially composing in the frame.  I might
have some scans with the Newton bracket late next week, as I will not be at
work until then.  Those prints were done with bottom-of-the barrel film at
a one-hour lab as I was looking for shadow control.

The M645 Portra 160 VC roll went to the pro lab I plan to use for
everything, and their processing and printing to 4x5's was superb.
Reminded me once again how important _who_ does the processing and printing
is to the technical quality of the print.

And, for your other reading enjoyment, I put up this advice for beginners
at photography in general (with a link to it from the home page):

-- John

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