Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2001/04/26

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Subject: Re: [Leica] Re: photo criticism...
From: Isaac Crawford <>
Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2001 00:44:07 -0400
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henry wrote:
> Jim Brick wrote in part:
> >John produces books, cards, posters, and fine art prints. He has many
> >corporate clients as well as individuals. As was recently discussed on the
> >LUG or LEG, the web is not exactly representative of what any photograph
> >actually looks like in the flesh. You should see John's photographs in the
> >flesh. I suspect that the person that built his web site "PhotoShopped" his
> >scans for the online galleries and overdid it a little.
> Jim,
> I'm the one who mentioned filters.
> In my web browser his pictures look like some acid flashback from the
> 70's !
> I'm pretty sure there is no photographic paper known to man that can make
> those colors. If they were mine I'd sure as hell have the web designer
> adjust them so they look more like the real thing.
> They DO look like he used every filter ever made.
> Every one, every filter ever dreamed of, all at once.

	This is also what I am basing my comments on as well... Should have put
in a disclaimer about that...

> I'm not picking on you or your friend. Or trying to be impolite. His
> pictures are probably magnificent, this particular presentation is
> lacking.
> Best regards,
> Henry

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