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Friday, 08 March 2019


After many years of amateur photography and viewing photographs on screen, in books, and in galleries I've realized that a very large print that would not look better smaller is my favorite viewing experience.

I've also set as a personal challenge to fill three large walls in my home with my own very large prints. It's hard. That great shot I took of my daughter doesn't look as great when her head is double life size.

I am fortunate to have access to a local print maker who prints for top level professionals and he is willing to humor me and print my images. He printed a dp2 Quattro image I made of Fall colors along the Mississippi and now I only have two walls to fill.

I keep missing print sales so I'm glad that I caught this one -- and for Ctein prints! I've been lusting after some of his dye transfers for years. Can't wait to see them.

I miss Ctein's occasional articles on TOP. Has enough time passed that he might return with an article once in a while?

@ Jim Causey: these are not dye transfer prints but inkjet prints.

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