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[filmscanners] Re: film departing soon

That's potentially very unfortunate, too.  Sounds like I am going to
have to provide some type of written warranty if I distribute inkjet
prints as collectibles.  Up to now, I use an archival process for
reproducing anything I sell (graphic art more than photos) or I have
sold chemical (wet darkroom) photos.  But I'm just beginning to set up
for archival inkjet work, and I can see I will need to distinguish these
from those which might fade in a short time period.


Paul D. DeRocco wrote:

> Sounds like the art market has "learned" that inkjet prints fade just as
> archival inkjet printers are becoming mainstream.
> --
> Ciao,               Paul D. DeRocco
> Paul                mailto:pderocco@ix.netcom.com
>>From: HPA
>>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.

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