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Re: dig negs

I highly recommend Mark Nelson's Precision Digital Negatives
(precisiondigitalnegatives.com), and I'm sure I'm not alone here.

I've used Dan Burkholder's system.  It works, but not that well.  It was
never really designed for use with varying conditions (i.e. printers,
processes, workflow).

Mark's system, on the other hand, is extremely customizable, and well
worth the time investment.  It guaruntees (when used correctly) a perfect
match between your print and what you see on the computer screen.

Camden Hardy


On Sun, October 1, 2006 4:59 pm, Weber, Scott wrote:
> Using Dan Burkholder's book on dig negs but I plan to use my Epson 2400 as
> output. Seems most of his book is for those who use image services. He
> does
> have one chapter on inkjet printers. Is there a more up to date text on
> dig
> to ink for contact printing? Also having trouble opening the curves folder
> using CS2. Help.
> Scott B. Weber
> Associate Professor of Photography
> Department of Fine Arts
> Barry University
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      • From: "Weber, Scott" <sweber@mail.barry.edu>