Breathing Color Linen review by M. Segal
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Silver MemberPosts: 6Papers & Mediaon: September 9, 2019 at 1:46 pm
Another outstanding FULL review by M Segal. I find I get a great deal from his reviews to read once though to almost skim through for the high points then take my time some time later to read all the salient details that he provides. Excellent work and appreciate the total attention to detail that you provide.
One question I have is on the linen natural. I understand that it has a very limited gamut and therefore color images would be quite muted. How would this work with B&W images? The Breathing Color website has some examples that look quite good.
Mark D Segal
Silver MemberPosts: 726Re: Breathing Color Linen review by M. SegalReply #1 on: September 9, 2019 at 3:30 pm
Hi Robert, thanks and glad you find the reviews useful. Please check the section of the review dealing with Belgian Linen Natural, where between Figures 28 and 29 I provide some guidance on the characteristics that B&W photographs should have for successful printing on this special media.
Best regards, Mark
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Silver MemberPosts: 6Re: Breathing Color Linen review by M. SegalReply #2 on: September 9, 2019 at 7:54 pm
Thank you for your quick reply and guidance to the exact point in your review that answers my question and provides suggestions on how one might select and prepare an image to print on the Belgian linen natural. I am sure when I read though all of the review in detail there will me more helpful material for me. Again excellent review — Thank You
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