thanks for reacting, I think it's very usefull. I
understand that some people have problems whith scale and screen. I will talk it
over with my webdesigner.
And Henk, nice to meet you. I think there is a little misunderstanding.Yes
you can make larger negatives but you can't put them in an enlarger. When you
want to enlarge your paper negative you must produce a new one. Maybe i have to
change my text to make it more clear.
Francie----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, June 24, 2009 11:27
Subject: Re: website
Nice to see your work,
for the (brom)oil i think we are very few in the netherlands, just one thing:
in your info you mention that bromoil -using an enlarger- allows larger
prints compared to oilprinting due to the fact that oilprinting is a
This is not true , at least for me, i do not see any relation in a
difference in dimensions.
You could even use your bromoil-photo-paper for a papernegative to
make an oilprint.
Maybe i missed your point, or??
On 23 jun 2009, at 20:55, Francie van der Wielen wrote: