Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/09/09

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Subject: [Leica] Dye Transfer
From: george at (George Lottermoser)
Date: Thu Sep 9 10:10:14 2004

Mark Rabiner9/8/04

>Just as long as none of the leaves move!
>Otherwise it gets kind of trippy!

Trippy - arty - whatever. These possibilities do intrique me as do all 
things photographic. Have you seen the large format work using digital scan 
backs for landscape? where the water falls a little different in each linear 
scan area but the rocks are dead sharp and 'normal' looking. The scanned 
moving water fall looks like no waterfall has ever looked - not unlike the 
trippy way water falls or any moving water looks during long exposures - or 
the moving stars - or - well the world can look many different ways 
depending on what we 'photograph' it with.

Fond regards,

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