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Anne Runyon <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 2 Feb 2011 17:04:04 -0500
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I understand. The company I work with was originally a graphics
company that did my typesetting. Very small and easy to work with.
Speak my "illustrator language", unlike the larger and more expensive
photography studio/lab I have also used for images. More fine art, I guess.
Best, Anne

-----Original Message----- 
From: Lynette Cook
Sent: Wednesday, February 02, 2011 4:49 PM
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Subject: Re: [SCIART] Increasing the size of artwork for display?

Perhaps I need to search around again and see if I can find some other
local options that I didn't find before. The company I used that does
the large files has set prices and doesn't seem all that interested in
being accommodating. They are very proud of saying that their files
are "real data" with no interpolation, and this seems to be their main
selling point. But I still had to do a lot of processing - mainly
color correction. One thing I've noticed here - don't know if it's
happening everywhere - is that there is lots of turnover with the
companies who do both film and digital photography. Seems there's
always another one springing up or going under.


On Feb 2, 2011, at 1:36 PM, Anne Runyon wrote:

> Another thing to consider, besides the cost, is the waste of resources
> that shipping often entails. Plus, I think it is good to work with  your 
> local
> and small businesses. You can establish a good relationship
> and have more input into the outcome face to face. You can help the
> business improve its quality by working with them.
> You support your local economy. Live local when you can,
> and we all get "richer".
> my 2 cents.
> Anne

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