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[filmscanners] Re: film departing soon



Hi Tom,

Can you explain a bit more on what is being asked for?  What do you mean by
"fiber?"  What do you mean by "digital fiber?"  Are ink jet prints
acceptable if they are done on the right paper?   If not, what type of
printer is acceptable?

Thanks,

Stephen

----- Original Message -----
From: "HPA" <tom@historicphotoarchive.com>
To: <slb1@humboldt1.com>
Sent: Saturday, August 03, 2002 7:44 AM
Subject: [filmscanners] film departing soon


> I have a full digital darkroom, and chemical as well.  The market is
strong
> in both.  Digital prints are selling very well, if priced right ($10-12
> wholesale, $20-30 retail, for 11x14). Many young people who are trying to
> get art photography shows in this region are finding that even coffee
shops
> will not hang inkjet prints anymore, they need real prints, and that art
> buyers are wising up and asking for fiber.  I am focusing now on digital
> fiber.  I can tell you there is a big demand there right now.  Also, all
the
> calendar and coffee-table book photographers that I personally know are
> still required by their contracts to shoot on 4x5, with exceptions granted
> when impossible and they can use medium or miniature format film for
> particular shots.
> Tom Robinson,
> Portland, Oregon USA
>
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