Re: Here's the print scan!
I see, then (again purely subjectively - my taste) I'd say the original
(beautiful/successful) image is a little bit contrasty to be interpreted
in Pt/Pd. Like some of the (again beautiful/successful) images of Neal.
What I personally like most in Pt/Pd is the long long long tonal range w/
A similar image (pop LiPd, 11x14"):
Much more grainy than yours -> due to the poor scan from the (almost 6x4.5
cropped) 6x6 negative + inferior transparency media I was using back
then... Plan to re-process this one in the future.
Illuminated parts of rocks and caverns show tonal differantiation (Zone
VII-VIII and III-II, respectively) in the actual print.
20 Mart 2009, Cuma, 9:57 am tarihinde, Paul Viapiano yazmış:
> There may be a tiny hair more detail in the darkest areas, in the original
> file, but not much...and I would say the scan is a bit more contrasty than
> the print. It's possible I could go with a longer DR solution on this one
> see what happens but I was fully aware the dark foreground swaths would be
> my dMax.
> Yes, this was a digital negative using Arista OHP from Freestyle and an
> Epson 3800.
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> Subject: Re: Here's the print scan!
>> Very nice, congrats. I like the image. I like the split tone effect and
>> creamy highlights too. (A digital negative / Which printer?)
>> Does the darkest parts in the foreground show some detail in the actual
>> print? If not, I'd say (purely subjectively) you could use a slightly
>> contrasty (longer DR) coating solution to bring some detail there too ->
>> of course that's assuming you have detail in the original negative /
>> digital file...
>> 20 Mart 2009, Cuma, 2:07 am tarihinde, Paul Viapiano yazmış:
>>> This is the print I made yesterday. The usual disclaimers that the
>>> color is slightly off in the browser, as well as there being more
>>> the sky highlights than shows on the scan, etc, etc, blah, blah...
>>> Hope y'all like it...