[pure-silver] Re: Durst L1200 and Mivalo

Len

You can align negative and mask on a light-table, without too much trouble.
I'm doing that now for all my masking, but I'm starting to wonder why I
bought this punch, if I have to do that anyway.





Regards



Ralph W. Lambrecht

http://www.darkroomagic.com







On 2006-02-01 22:09, "Len Eselson" <leneselson@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Of course you wouldn't separate the negative from the header unless
> you wanted the negative in its original state. If you did separate them
> your mask is no longer useful
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> Len Eselson
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> On Wed, 01 Feb 2006 16:51:29 +0100, DarkroomMagic wrote:
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>> How would you then line it up again later? I can't see how you would get the
>> negative and the mask together a second time.
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>> Regards
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>> Ralph W. Lambrecht
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>> http://www.darkroomagic.com
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>> On 2006-02-01 03:16, "Len Eselson" <leneselson@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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>>> The advantage of this system is that the tape is removeable,
>>> and you haven't affected your original negative in any way.
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