Christopher Hollinshead wrote:
> Sometimes lithographically produced color photos are not exactly true
> due to color printing limitations. The colors can print stronger, weaker
> or otherwise inaccuratly to the real life representation. In fact, NO
> photo/slide or printed picture is 100% accurate in reproduction of an
> original object. They may be very, very, very close in some instances
> but can never be technically 100% accurate. They are representations of
> the original object.
Chris - FYI
Tis true that reproduced color will never match the exact original, but
these days it is most often due to the diligence (or lack thereof) of the
publisher working with the printer than to the process itself.
Thanks | "There be dragons here"
John | Annotation used by ancient cartographers
| to indicate the edge of the known world.
John Jones, 35572 Linda Dr., Fremont CA, 94536
firstname.lastname@example.org, USDA zone 8 (coastal, bay)
- Re: SAMSON
- From: Christopher Hollinshead <email@example.com>