Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2001/03/22

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Subject: Re: [Leica] Re: Sepia with Epson
From: "Steve Barbour" <>
Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2001 09:29:31 -0700
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Thanks Doug for your explanation.  You got to the end result differently
than I thought... but compared to me you are a genius. If your technique is
primitive ....mine is pre- Jurassic... I am going to take a fairly
sophisticated course in Photoshop actually starting next week...which should
bring me up to the primitive level...wheeeee-what fun .
- -----   Steve

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From: "Douglas Cooper" <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2001 7:54 AM
Subject: [Leica] Re: Sepia with Epson

> On 3/21/01 10:11 PM, Leica Users digest expressed the following:
> >
> > Doug..I just looked at your beautifully toned images.. nice work. almost
> > sepia toned. I wondered if they were color balanced in Photoshop using a
> > color balance??...Scala is a "color process" film I believe ...and maybe
> > that's why they have this appearance...vs a grey scale balance that
> > render them more typically B&W in appearance....?
> > - -----   Steve
> Hey, thanks Steve.  Frankly, all I see myself when I look at those images
> egregious color fringing (but we're all a bit too critical when we're
> cooking up the stuff ourselves).  My technique is laughably primitive -- I

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