Re: Cameras and Iris photograaphy
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- Subject: Re: Cameras and Iris photograaphy
- From: Diana Louis <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 8 Oct 1996 06:51:53 -0400 (EDT)
On Mon, 7 Oct 1996, Dennis Stoneburner wrote:
> SCHAFFCM@snybufaa.cs.snybuf.edu wrote:
> > Can the processing be done by your friendly local "cheep, two day service"?
> Find a GOOD photofinisher and stick with them. Sometimes "Cheap" 2 day
> places are very good. Stay away from the 1 hour places - these people
> are not trained to do good printing - they are lucky if they dust the
> file before printing.
> > How about getting prints from slides? Good Idea? or should we take two
> > photos - a slide AND a print ??Only as a last resort. When doing this - an "Internegative" is made and
> a print is then made from this. The interneg is the important part - and
> many people don't know how to do it properly. Tho - a hint that is a
> secret between you and me - Kodak is coming out with products to do this
> electronically - no interneg is needed and you will get excellent quality
> - maybe while you wait. Stay Tuned> Dennis - zone 6-7 sorta
Hey really looking formard to this because printd from films always
looked much worse than the slides.
> > And a tripod would be essential, I'd think.
FWIW, I have a monopod which is a lot easier to carry around which
is importat when I'm out in a field trying to find hoeybees on
wildflowers and dragging my camera with me.
Diana Louis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Zone 4/5 Newmarket, Ontario, Canada