[Darkroom] fujifilm pictography 3500
hurtstotouchfire at gmail.com
Wed Feb 16 21:44:10 UTC 2011
I don't have much to add about the pictography. Miloh is definitely
the expert there.
I am pretty sure that I left a SCSI/USB adaptor in the darkroom with
the SCSI film scanner though. Dunno if that's useful for you.
On Tue, Feb 15, 2011 at 21:42, Brian Morris <cymraegish at gmail.com> wrote:
> New to list !
> Spoke with Milo today about exactly the scsi card needed for this machine to
> hook up with mac and that I have one or two that should work, but I have to
> search through my cable box to find to see if I have the right match or can
> make one up.
> Read the thread from last month on this and I am a little confused what is
> the status of the mac to be used, does it require the Mac OS (re)install to
> test ?
> I am not sure about the drum issue, is that clear now ?
> When I can bring parts over to work, want to have some idea of whether it
> can get followed through. I think when it sits half put together is more
> like someone grab a piece of the pie for something else, like the mac or the
> scsi card that used to be there with the printer ?
> My interest helping set up with my Mac S/W and H/W experience (do some
> support / service on older machines), getting trained on use of the printer.
> I have done a fair amount of work drawing / painting with graphics tablets
> with the Mac software called Painter. I would like to make some nice prints,
> I have only a bunch of really crappy oversensitive old Epson inkjets. I used
> to do photography but my painting / drawing became abstract about color /
> shape / dimensionality.
> I do not own a good camera (I would hardly ever use it) and I have been
> wishing to also photo some of my paintings and if those photos would be
> printable. With old camera I have had trouble capturing texture, actually I
> am not sure what photographic technique would do that it might be best to
> use a film camera ?
> Am also challenged to gather together, test, and integrate (free) software
> to do good editing at higher bit depths (which probably I suspect related to
> texture issues). Have had issues with MyPaint or with finding a nice
> platform to run it on, but that seems to be the one to pick, or else Krita.
> Moving beyond Painter, I need to do.
> p.s. I have done black and white darkroom, my dad taught me as a kid, I took
> class 2 semesters in High School, I worked one semester taking care of
> chemicals for free darkroom use. That was a long time ago. Beyond HS no
> formal art ed except for a few (informal) painting classes again a long time
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