On 18 July 2021 1:16:13 pm David Batho dbatho@...> wrote:
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> Thanks for that, Yuri. Very interesting. It’s especially so as you could also do the same thing (even if with much more trouble) the 'old-fashioned’ way with film.
Not to mention the massive expense of repeated sheets of 8"X10" Cibachtome plus chemicals then time/temperature dependent processing.
I don't miss those days.
B&W was *much* simpler to dodge and burn then develop.
So pleased when HP released their Photosmart S20 scanner way back in the 90s, though in those days Paintshop Pro and Photoshop image processing was quite primitive compared to today's hardware and software.