Re: Attn Chris + All Creart enthusiasts.A message from Pierre Duncan.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Christina Z. Anderson" <email@example.com>
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Sent: Sunday, May 27, 2007 3:01 PM
Subject: Re: Attn Chris + All Creart enthusiasts.A message from Pierre Duncan.
I also wonder what we are seeing. I note that all the samples on the web site have rather dense magenta-ish borders. I saved the large image of the woman with a bucket and adjusted it in Photoshop. After adjusting it looks quite good. The histograms look peculiar. It sure would be interesting to know what the originals look like.Hmmmm....I don't like to judge others' work online much, but...I do like his images, though. Do you? John - Photographist - London - UK
BTW, you might get better results in photographing work with surface reflection by using polarized light and a polarizing filter on the camera. This is a standard technique in copying. Both light source and camera polarizers are adjusted to minimize the surface reflections.
Los Angeles, CA, USA