agree. Large prints have made
their way into many homes as a showcase piece of artwork. It has put
photography in a place were it is being noticed. Look in interior
magazines and they all have large scale photographs hanging on the
walls of the
homes they are featuring. Small images create a more intimate feel and
displayed in settings that the viewer can get close to. In other fine
one will always find a diversity of sizes of images that reflect what
artist is trying to impress upon the viewer. Why should photography be
confined to a small scale?
Wee little prints are just fine for the
image, as are huge ones. I hope and trust no one ever curses you and
things you've devoted yourself to doing in an ugly and boorish manner.
Sandy King wrote:
Yes, is it not a fact about
big. I am so tired at this
fad with huge prints I want to vomit. I hope the people making those
prints never sell a one of them and have to build new storage rooms to
them until their descendants destroy the atrocities.
Now, a nice 5X7 contact print,
there is something to
hold close to your eyes and treasure.
It's an American French Tool Press by Conrad Machine Co. I got a table
top model that will handle 18" wide paper. It may also be a great
pasta machine. Josephine Sacabo had just gotten the big brother to
machine when I worked with her last fall on polymer plate
great fun. Unfortunately it takes 3-4 months to build and deliver.
I think I got "big" out of my system with inkjet printing hehehehe.
It's AlIVE! IT'S ALIVE! THE ALT PHOTO LIST IS ALIVE!!!! Chris must
have given it an enema.
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In a message dated 4/3/08 12:56:50 PM, email@example.com
Congrats on the press
Mark! What kind did you
But 'little'? I'm doing 20x30" now and they are available at
30x40"...and even larger, so I've been told.
Larger plates present a new set of problems, but they are still alot of
work with (more so when the pesky contact issues have been overcome).
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