Welcome to Norman Koren's  G u e s t b o o k
April - December 2002

Thank you for visiting Norman Koren's photography page.

Current  g u e s t b o o k

Great site. Good info. Especially appreciate the articles dealing with Picture Window.
Ron Lysik <ronlysik@cox.net>
Narragansett, RI USA - Sunday, December 29, 2002 at 10:47:01 (CST)

Thanks very much for building this wonderful site. Lots of great info for newcomers to digital photography.
Sam Clarke <cclarke0561@rogers.com>
Toronto, Canada - Sunday, December 29, 2002 at 09:57:50 (CST)


your work is great. I learn much from your web site. I'm a Leica DigiLux One user. Information on your site helped me choose the camera and printer too (EPSON Stylus Photo 950). Than you for your excellent work.

Pavol FRESO <pal@azet.sk>
Bratislava, Slovakia (Europe) - Sunday, December 29, 2002 at 08:18:22 (CST)

Excellent! It would be nice if it were available as a CD. Thanks
Steve Bates <sbates1002@aol.com>
Fort Worth, Texas USA - Friday, December 27, 2002 at 22:11:22 (CST)

Very excellent site! Lots of great info.

I didn't spot anywhere where I could download a PDF or similar file for any the subjects. Did I miss it, or is it not available?

I'd like to print out some of the material for my personal use, and I don't like to print fro the screen, but from a nice "clean" file such as PDF.

Thanks again for all your fine material.

Ron Hirsch
Ronald Hirsch <ronhirsch@adelphia.net>
Boca Raton, FL USA - Friday, December 27, 2002 at 05:18:08 (CST)

Thanks much for building this site. I've just finished assembling the components of a fine print digital darkroom including the Epson 2200 and Nikon Super Coolscan 4000 and your site has been extremely valuable to me as I am not a digital techie by a long shot. I'm sure you know that the users manuals shipped with this equipment leave a lot to be desired. Living in the hinterlands of northeast Oregon leaves me at a disadvantage for local learning resources. I thought Photoshop Elements was a pretty good program until I read your comments about Picture Window Pro. I've now ordered that program and am looking forward to trying it. I've got a lot of nice slides to scan and print and I want to get the hightest quality prints. Thanks again.
Arnold Theisen <macjet@eoni.com>
Irrigon, Oregon USA - Thursday, December 26, 2002 at 20:55:41 (CST)

Many thanks for all your on line help and advice. I'm now retired and able to devote lots of time to digital photography. Post my pix on www.fototime.com.
Bob Dales <bobdales@yahoo.com>
Belmont, CA USA - Thursday, December 26, 2002 at 19:19:33 (CST)

Great site...lots of helpful information especially for panoramic photographers.
Gil Stebbins <gstebbinsphoto@msn.com>
Winter Park, Florida USA - Thursday, December 26, 2002 at 13:43:08 (CST)

Beautiful images and great web site.
O. Truman Holtzclaw <truman@attbi.com>
Fair Oaks, CA USA - Thursday, December 26, 2002 at 02:27:41 (CST)

Your page has been a big help for me and I go back there 
John Hansen <hansenjh@nucleus.com>
Calgary, Alberta Canada - Friday, December 20, 2002 at 11:13:12 (CST)

A wonderful compilation of information.
Chuck Warner <saxman@dmsfast.net>
Fairmont, West Virginia USA - Thursday, December 19, 2002 at 22:56:49 (CST)

Thanks for the info', you've done a great job
Stuart Mould <stuart@jsmould.freeserve.co.uk>
Rhoose, Vale of Glamorgan UK - Thursday, December 19, 2002 at 05:37:08 (CST)

Hello, I found you at Altavista. You have wealth of information on your site and a nice design. Greetings from Germany - Paul
Germany - Monday, December 16, 2002 at 09:42:43 (CST)

I found this site while searching for info on the Canon FS4000 scanner. I now use Canon EOS D-30 & D-60 but have quite a collection of slides that I've taken over the years and I want to put them on CD's and print some of them. I use a HP CP-1700 printer and Photoshop 7.0.
This is a great web site. I've spent most of the day reading and looking at some of the links. What a fantastic resource ... many thanks.
Bob Grady <bob1grady@cox.net>
Chula Vista, Calif. - Sunday, December 15, 2002 at 21:04:04 (CST)

Norman...Some absolutely stunning and imaginative imagery..Bravo!

Benjamin KANAREK <benjikant@netscape.net>
PARIS, France - Saturday, December 14, 2002 at 17:54:27 (CST)

Thank you for a very interesting site. It is a most rewarding experience to see some of your photographs. Tony Carter.
Tony Carter <acarter3@btinternet.com>
STREET, SOMERSET ENGLAND - Monday, December 09, 2002 at 15:26:31 (CST)

Silly me forgot the web address to visit...
Jon Lerner
- Monday, December 09, 2002 at 15:08:21 (CST)

Great Web Site...We make Transformers if you want to stop bye our site to view! Jon
Jon Lerner <xfmrs@aol.com>
- Monday, December 09, 2002 at 15:07:39 (CST)

Thank you Norman For your wondefull articles on tube audio PS. The 12au7 preamp works fine.
Luis Alvarez <luisalvarez@edelmiro.com>
La Coruña, Galicia Spain - Sunday, December 08, 2002 at 12:12:12 (CST)

As a retired wedding photographer and a darkroom (wet) mole I enjoyed your information about the digital darkroom, scanners, etc. At this point I am beginning to move to the digital darkroom scene. Thanks again 
Richard L. DeMuth <demuth_r@yahoo.com>
Elgin, Illinois U.S.A - Thursday, December 05, 2002 at 08:54:08 (CST)

I would say that your site(s) are the very best I have come across. You have such a wealth of valuable information that, surely it must be being used by many photographers who have recently become involved with digital photography. I applaude your hard work and diligence in providing all of this information. As a newcomer to digital photography, (I am still hanging onto film cameras and wondering when to make the plunge to buy a good digital camera).I shall visit often and LEARN!
John Powell <powellj@ttn.net>
Kaohsiung, Taiwan - Thursday, December 05, 2002 at 08:35:43 (CST)

Great information
Eric Jordan <jordan@yubacity.com>
Yuba City, CA USA - Wednesday, December 04, 2002 at 00:59:30 (CST)

Hi Koren,
Great site. You say, waiting
for 24x36 mm sensors for DSLR is in the near future?
Ok, but, then we will wait for the 6x6, 6x7, 4:x5" etc?
Second, please write some pages (if you have the time)
about film proseciing. I think, we can't forget the "old" good negative..

Lazar Kaufman <lazark@tcb.ac.il>
Beersheva, - Israel - Monday, December 02, 2002 at 04:15:19 (CST)

Thanks Norman. I'm learning tons and have spent hundreds at Adorama in appreciation of the education.
Chuck Cross <ccross772002@yahoo.com>
Issaquah, WA USA - Monday, December 02, 2002 at 01:17:14 (CST)

Very helpful site.
paul lehmann <nydryfly@optonline.net>
Hicksville, NY - Sunday, December 01, 2002 at 21:45:22 (CST)

First visit. Looks very interesting. Sense ethnic ties as well.
Bjørn Kaupang <bkaupang@nycap.rr.com>
Ballston Lake, NY USA - Friday, November 29, 2002 at 09:50:06 (CST)

One of the best sites i've come across. The scanner info was/is extremely useful. It certainly helped me get the best out of my Cannon FS4000
Jonathan Sears-Corfield <joncorfield@msn.com>
Oxford, England - Monday, November 25, 2002 at 10:03:44 (CST)

N/A, Like the images posted on the web, but no money to buy!
Chuanxiao Li <cli@dcnet2000.com>
Houston, TX USA - Monday, November 25, 2002 at 08:44:34 (CST)

N/A, Like the images posted on the web
Chuanxiao Li <cli@dcnet2000.com>
Houston, TX USA - Monday, November 25, 2002 at 08:43:57 (CST)

V. interesting to see a photographers view of colour management
Paul Sherfield <missinghorsecons@btconnect.com>
UK - Monday, November 25, 2002 at 08:03:01 (CST)

It was so interesting to read your new article on grain, because I had just finished scanning and editing a picture of one of my twin baby girls. My wife uses Gold 200 in all her point and shoot cameras because, well, because its everywhere. So when I ran out of film for the Contax G2 thats what I used. I scanned it with the Canon FS4000. Talk about grain! I made the mistake of using unsharp mask the first time i sharpened it, but it didn't really matter. The effect on the detailed sections of the picture is one of sharpness, but the background is a grainy mess. I eagerly await any software solution. I have also had a similar problem using the epson 2450 with my 645 negatives. Sharpening them is fine for the detail, but the sky is just a mess. I look forward to the next generation of epson scanner. Thank you for working and writing on these matters.
Richard Stone <richardslaw@yahoo.com>
Concord, CA US - Saturday, November 23, 2002 at 15:59:53 (CST)

Norman - Great site! Was just wondering if it was worth splashing out for a 4000dpi neg scanner cf 1800-2200dpi. Your articles answered the question! Its nice to know the theory behind what we see. Keep it up.
Mitchell R <m@null0.demon.co.uk>
Southampton, UK - Saturday, November 23, 2002 at 12:42:25 (CST)

Congratulations and thanks for your work !
Tadeusz Diem <tdiem@eunet,.yu>
Beograd, Yougoslavia - Wednesday, November 20, 2002 at 10:27:55 (CST)

Nice site I am quoting you in a paper I will send you a copy if intrested?
Dave S <dvstoughton@hotmail.com>
Detroit, MI USA - Monday, November 18, 2002 at 20:51:57 (CST)

looks great! am looking for info on scanners so i can scan my color negatives/slides and b&w negatives. again, muchas gracias
Blu Sanders <bsander1@elp.rr.com>
El Paso, Texas - Saturday, November 16, 2002 at 07:34:35 (CST)

Looks great! Looking forward to exploring the site.
Pat Miller <pat@brainerd.net>
Staples, MN USA - Friday, November 15, 2002 at 17:04:51 (CST)

Fantastic Website!! I was looking for information on the D60 relative to how much image quality is lost using higher ASA settings (1000). I'll need time to digest all the technical information concerning image sharpness, but now I at least have a framework for understanding varioius sharpness issues. I'm trying to decide on whether or not to go with the D60 or wait for the next generation, that will likely out preform film. I've been taking pictures since moving to Boulder in 1973, and have recently retired from the Boulder School District where I was a computer/network engineer. We should have lunch sometime. Thanks for making all your tutorials available. I'm looking forward to lots of good reading.

Jim Petersen <japete@empathy.com>
Boulder, CO - Friday, November 15, 2002 at 12:11:59 (CST)

Great website. Has more answers than questions I could dream up. Thanks
Jim Barbet <jbarbet@shaw.ca>
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Canada - Thursday, November 14, 2002 at 19:54:57 (CST)

Very interesting website, but quite honestly, I was more interested in the name.
James F. Koren <SlovenePharmD@aol.com>
Knoxville, Tennessee USA - Monday, November 11, 2002 at 21:31:01 (CST)

Congradulations on your impressive photographic web site Norman. I visit this site on a regular basis to find out "what's going on". It is my most frequently used photographic web site because it is always up to date and links to most of the important sites in the world. I have encouraged my friends to read your technical notes and also to look at your landscape photographs. Keep up the excellent work. Best wishes, David
David Conn
Ottawa , Ontario Canada - Friday, November 08, 2002 at 09:37:03 (CST)

I ran across your site today while searching for help with getting the maximum sharpness from my Epson 2450 Scanner. 
I have been looking for some info on how to get better sharpness fromy my medium format negatives for awhile now and 
your site was the first with any useful data. I am also impressed with a lot of the other info you have and I will surely be back 
to take in more of your knowledge regarding digiatl darkroom workflow and techniques, partiuclarly printing B&W with the Epson printers.

Thanks for your excellent website.

Stan Semuskie
Stan Semuskie <stan_semuskie@credence.com>
Austin, TX USA - Wednesday, November 06, 2002 at 15:54:40 (CST)

I was introduced to your site by my instructor in a digital photography class at are local college. It was very helpful and rich with very helpful information...Thanks for being there
Dick Farino <rfarino@citlink.net>
Bullhead City, Arizona USA - Tuesday, November 05, 2002 at 09:11:52 (CST)

Have enjoyed your well done website. You might look at "www.realviz.com" to research stitching software. Their "Stitcher 3.5" has nice editing controls and outputs high-res files for quality prints.
Fredric Halvorson <fred@studio-east.net>
St.Paul, MN USA - Monday, November 04, 2002 at 20:58:15 (CST)

William Tafoya <kletaf@mshell.com>
Spanaway, WA USA - Monday, November 04, 2002 at 11:53:45 (CST)

Great! I have informed my photofriends about this formidable site!
Staffan Johansson <staffan@staffan.net>
Stockholm, Sweden - Sunday, November 03, 2002 at 16:05:27 (CST)

Great Site! I'm Helen. I really like your site content, it's usefull and informative. Now I am working for online store selling discount inkjet printer cartridge. I find your site while searching for related sites and It's a pleasure to sign your book. Thanks and Good Luck. 
discount ink printer cartridge <helen_marian9@yahoo.com>
USA, USA Texas - Sunday, November 03, 2002 at 02:27:39 (CST)

What a great site. Dont quite know how I ended up here but as I was here I thought I would have a look around and I must say I thoroughly enjoyed my stay. Keep up the good work.

Veronica <veronica@veronicaspictures.co.uk>
London, UK - Saturday, November 02, 2002 at 04:03:57 (CST)

Incredibly comprehensive site and beautiful photographs. good work!

David Ryan <david@goingpostal.cc>
Boise, Idaho USA - Monday, October 28, 2002 at 17:42:47 (CST)

Excellent site, purchasing epson 2450 after reading your article. Epson UK say it is still a current model and no replacement on the horizon, cheers.
Trevor Mitchell <tr4m@aol.com>
Brighouse, England - Friday, October 25, 2002 at 14:43:09 (CDT)

Curtis McClary <curtmcclary@hotmail.com>
Port Orchard, Wa USA - Thursday, October 24, 2002 at 13:49:01 (CDT)

Thank you for all the effort you have put into helping beginners like me. Last June, after retiring, I bought a Sony DSC-F707, my first camera in 35 years. Hoping to develop an artistic/creative part which has been too long ignored. I'm loving it and learning a lot, far more that I could do without the Web. Hope to see you in Boulder some time-- my son lives in Lafayette.


Ray Grant
Ray Grant <rg2c@aol.com>
Waquoit, MA US - Wednesday, October 23, 2002 at 18:22:29 (CDT)

Your articles are very good presenteations
Dieter Greubel <gr@wki.fhg.de>
38112 Braunschweig, Germany - Tuesday, October 22, 2002 at 13:42:33 (CDT)

I spent yesterday in the bookstores looking for a good book on scanning negatives. Luckily, I decided to search the Internet for some information before buying a book. 

This is a fantastic and incredibly valuable for people such as myself looking to start the transition from the chemical darkroom to digital one. Thank you for the effort and information.
Amin Abdollahzadeh <ma_abdollahzadeh@yahoo.com>
Birmingham, UK - Tuesday, October 22, 2002 at 07:04:32 (CDT)

My first, but not last, visit to your exceptional site has been most infomative and enjoyable. Thank you for taking the time to share your expertise. Your review of the Epson 2450 was very much appreciated. I believe it will serve my purposes most adequately. Again, my sincere thanks. - Ed Lindsay -
Edward E. Lindsay <eelindsay@earthlink.net>
Las Cruces, NM USA - Sunday, October 20, 2002 at 18:10:36 (CDT)

Thanks for the help in understanding Gamma and all that good stuff going on between my monitor and my printer. I am one of the worst kind of amatures, a very amaturish one.

Al Festag
Al Festag <apfesta@fidnet.com>
Licking, Missouri USA - Friday, October 18, 2002 at 13:15:56 (CDT)

Dear Norman:
What an interesting and informative site you have... I'm sure it must have been a tremendous time consuming effort to bring all your knowledge and experience together in such a simple and understandable way... thanks for sharing it with us.
Rodolfo Petersen
Rodolfo Petersen <rpetersen@climawest.cl>
Santiago, Chile - Thursday, October 17, 2002 at 10:59:29 (CDT)

Merci de votre generosite Bravo pour votre travail,et la maniere de le partager.
tin <adnt@wanadoo.fr>
sevres, france - Wednesday, October 16, 2002 at 14:49:24 (CDT)

Thanks for doing the focus test. I have a 2400 and will be doing that soon. 
Pat G. Murphy <pgvamurphy@juno.com>
Marysville, WA USA - Wednesday, October 16, 2002 at 14:31:12 (CDT)

Absolutely great site! Helps a lot and very informative. Keep it up.
Goetz Adam Gageik <goetz.gageik@henkel.com>
Duesseldorf, Germany - Wednesday, October 16, 2002 at 08:14:05 (CDT)

Hey my name is Koren and one day I was just looking up my name to see what would come up and it was so weird cause I am Love photogrpahy and I am gonna major in it someday and I dont know thought it was kinda weird and I love ur website and I glad u have my name or I have urs I think its kewl I am 17 Female from Vermont!
Koren Scanlon <korenlikes_skittles@hotmail.com>
St. Albans, Vermont USA - Monday, October 14, 2002 at 11:05:26 (CDT)

The best site for information that I have found, my pictures now print out the same as the moniter.
Thank you so much. JB
James Beardsmore <jb004d5161@blueyonder.co.uk>
Kingswinford, West Midlands United Kingdom - Monday, October 14, 2002 at 05:07:09 (CDT)

Just wanted to say "Thanks!" for such an interesting & informative site. There is a saying "all roads lead to Rome". I think I should add "all searches for something useful end up at Norman Korens"! Today, I found your review of the, excellent, 2450. Tomorrow...
John Hailstone <john@clinicaldataworks.com>
Reading, Berkshire UK - Monday, October 14, 2002 at 03:54:23 (CDT)

It,s great. I,m charmed.
Miroslaw Pilarz <bazyl@pnet.pl>
Rybnik, Poland - Friday, October 11, 2002 at 01:18:43 (CDT)

Thank you so much for a great review of the scanner. I have so many negatives to scan, and the cost of sending them out for digitalization commercially is prohibitive. I just bought the scanner for my own use and look forward to scanning my film. Again, thanks for the great work.
Jim To <jimbo_94560@yahoo.com>
Sunnyvale, CA USA - Thursday, October 10, 2002 at 16:41:08 (CDT)

Wow, what a great compendium of clearly presented information. I thought I knew every site out there, but yours is really an awesome resource. And after reading, and re-reading, and reading again numerous posts on how to adjust monitor gamma correctly, your site provided several wonderful options. I can't thank you enough!
Tom Harrison <tom.harrison@attbi.com>
Boston, MA USA - Tuesday, October 08, 2002 at 22:24:09 (CDT)

You set the standards!
Tony Hibbert <tonyhi99@hotmail.com>
United Kingdom - Tuesday, October 08, 2002 at 14:53:29 (CDT)

Norman, you do really beautiful work. Thank you also for your very helpful tutorials.
KenB <kgrounded@surfside.net>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Tuesday, October 08, 2002 at 14:13:41 (CDT)

I've learned a lot from your site. I see Kodak is using the image sensors that you were drooling over. I decided to forgo a digital camer just yet because there is so much changing. I just bought a Canon 4000s. I'll wait untill full frame ccd's are avilable readily. I shoot Nikon always iso 100. I have used a Nikon LS 1000 for years and It is hard to forgo it. I have Silverfast software and the slide feeder. It is also faster. I always use twin processor machines. They are great because they don't hang up while the scan or the printing is taking place. 2cpu.com can give you lots of ideas if you want to upgrade cheaply. I really don't know how sharp 35mm film really is. All I see revolves around superb lenses with tripods. Using anything other than iso 100 slide I can see the difference even with the LS1000. I noticed my Ls1000 is sharper when I scan horizontally rather than upright. It is cumbersome to lay the slide feeder on it's side. The scan times and the file sizes seem to be a problem with the 4000dpi scanners. I always shoot slides because they are simpler to assess afterwards and with the ls 1000, Dusting is simpler. Slides also have an antiscratch surface
George mestas <geomestas@lycos.com>
Ft Myers beach, fl, Fl USA - Tuesday, October 08, 2002 at 13:42:09 (CDT)

Thank you for sharing your work
Lynn J Harrison <lynnjean@bellsouth.net>
Hixson, TN USA - Tuesday, October 08, 2002 at 11:17:02 (CDT)

In the course of shopping for a scanner, I've uncovered a whole new dimension to my photography hobby. Just when I thought I knew something...I learned so much in my short visit...thank you!!!
Jim Churchey <j.churchey@verizon.net>
Normal, IL USA - Tuesday, October 08, 2002 at 05:56:42 (CDT)

I was searching for reviews on the Epson 2450 scanner that's why I accidentally got to your very informative and wonderful website. It sure helps a lot before deciding to buy a new photographic equipment or engage in a new technology. Thank you for sharing loads of your know how in film and digital photography. I'll definitely visit your site every now and then.
Jing Mandia <jingzkie@yahoo.com>
Manila, Philippines - Tuesday, October 08, 2002 at 01:38:30 (CDT)

An excellent site - well worth frequent visits. It has further stimulated my interest in digital photography.
Russ Wood <rusmarwood@aol.com>
San Antonio, Texas USA - Monday, October 07, 2002 at 22:16:01 (CDT)

Will spend more time here when I can
T.Bennett Finley> <finld@sk.sympatico.ca>
Saskatoon, Sask. Canada - Monday, October 07, 2002 at 20:55:07 (CDT)

I loved your site. Very informative and helpful.I will be visiting your site often
Paul Harman <pharman@simflex.com>
Elizabeth City, North Carolina USA - Monday, October 07, 2002 at 18:52:20 (CDT)

Thanks for your knowlege. I appreciate your experience and your history. You did a lot of things you like.I think we all have many dreams in our life and most of us couldn't make it into truth.
Dongmei Liu <dongmei.liu@incadigital.com>
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire UK. - Monday, October 07, 2002 at 07:37:08 (CDT)

Alot of good things; I think
my images may start looking better .... thank you.
Steve Adamczyk <USMC020222@cs.com>
So. Milwaukee, Wisconsin United States - Sunday, October 06, 2002 at 17:21:19 (CDT)

Your website is wonderful. I'm in the beginning stages of setting up a digital darkroom, and I'm sure I will refer to your site many times in the future. Thank you again!
Thomas Smith <smiththomasc@msn.com>
Minneapolis, MN USA - Saturday, October 05, 2002 at 18:33:20 (CDT)

Excellent website. I have been looking for research on black and white photography. You explained Ansel Adams' Zone System in clear terms. It is easy for anyone to pick up a camera and take pictures! Keep up the great work folks!! 
Nancy J Jean <tbirdsgirl94@hotmail.com>
Hyannis, MA USA - Friday, October 04, 2002 at 18:59:53 (CDT)

Appreciate reviewing your site. I am considering purchasing an Epson 2400 scanner and found your review of the 2450 informative. Thanks Much
Roger Golec <RAGolec@MSN.com>
Park Ridge, IL USA - Friday, October 04, 2002 at 13:33:15 (CDT)

Great web site, plenty of information.
Kevin Tan <jcitan@iprimus.com.au>
Melbourne, Victoria Australia - Friday, October 04, 2002 at 08:15:08 (CDT)

Just wanted to say how great your web site is. I'm still looking over everything you have on your site but it's already answered many questions I've always have on digital photography buthad not till this time found a source to answer them. Many thanks.
Steve Bangert <steve@mathworks.com>
Cupertino, Ca USA - Thursday, October 03, 2002 at 16:30:45 (CDT)

Many thanks for your trouble.
I'm thinking of buying a 2450 - you've convinced me

Roger Kaye <kayecy@spidernet.com.cy>
Polis (City????), Pafos Cyprus - Wednesday, October 02, 2002 at 14:27:51 (CDT)

Thanks for the information, I may be able to get my scanmaker X6 scanner to perform. Microteks replacement Kodak Scanwizard for windows 2000 is awefull and they couldn't care less.
Look forward to reading more of your website.
GEORGE BARNAK <comutech@satlink.com.au>
FRANKSTON, VICTORIA AUSTRALIA - Wednesday, October 02, 2002 at 06:54:15 (CDT)

Great site, an all around great site indeed
Administrators <info@gospain.org>
US - Monday, September 30, 2002 at 22:52:13 (CDT)

Thank you for sharing the knowledge. This information is very valuable and I will still use the guide for a long time.
Bennett van der Grijp <bennetvdg@emerald-safari.co.za>
Roodepoort, Gauteng South Africa - Monday, September 30, 2002 at 06:20:02 (CDT)

Referred to you by "Luminous Landscape" and pleased by the thoroughness and scope of your work. Although it seems to me that your project would be extremely time consuming for you, I hope you can keep it up. Your explanations have been clear and helpful, in a field where confusion seems otherwise to reign.
Lawrence Siegel <consult@lscourt.com>
Columbia, MD USA - Saturday, September 28, 2002 at 14:31:14 (CDT)

An excellent site, thank-you for taking the time to 'publish' such valuable information. Can you write a paper on "Explaining photographic purchases to one's partner"? - Keep up the good work, Simon
Simon Knight <simon@anvic.net>
Near DONCASTER, North Lincolnshire UK - Saturday, September 28, 2002 at 04:35:04 (CDT)

Very well done Mr. Koren !!
Have you had a chance to see
the www.foveon.com and it's X3?
If so what are your comments?
John Radko <q7854@cox.net>
Irvine, Ca USA - Friday, September 27, 2002 at 20:39:08 (CDT)

Great site. An excellent resource for all things digital ! Keep up the great work.
Craig Newbury <newf@craignewbury.com>
Rowlett, Texas USA - Friday, September 27, 2002 at 10:50:02 (CDT)

Great site. Glad I found you. Your tutorials are a great help alongside Michael Reichmann's Luminous Landscape.

Thanks. Sorry I cannot support Adorama as I am not in the USA.

Jacqueline R. Cooper <Jackie@MM1.co.uk>
Bognor Regis, West Sussex United Kingdom - Tuesday, September 24, 2002 at 09:30:16 (CDT)

I was in the market for a new high-end film scanner and found the information on you website very informative. I was also very impressed with the content regarding printers as I too have an Epson Stylus Photo 1270.

Greg <disney17@yahoo.com>
Phoenix, AZ USA - Friday, September 20, 2002 at 18:34:23 (CDT)

Excellent Content. Thanks a lot. I'm glad I found this site.
Sandeep <sandeep@roanokemail.com>
Roanoke, VA USA - Tuesday, September 17, 2002 at 09:23:21 (CDT)

Great site with excellent content. Many thanks for making it available.
Bob Johnson
Seattle, WA USA - Tuesday, September 17, 2002 at 01:11:42 (CDT)

Thanks for providing a newbie in digital image processing with this wealth of information!
Frank Verlinden <fverlind@tref.nl>
Odijk, Netherlands - Friday, September 13, 2002 at 16:32:45 (CDT)

Kudos to you for providing one of the best sources of information for the digital photographer I have found in a very very long time!!! I wonder how much time & money I would have saved on books etc had I have found your site when I started experimenting with digital photography!

Once again, thanks for a great source of information!!!
Singapore - Thursday, September 12, 2002 at 19:52:17 (CDT)

Well done Mr. Koren with your scientific analysis based on DSP concepts and using Mathlab, In fact I found the MFTcurve veryuseful, thanks for providing people with such detailed information which can be hardly found elsewhere.
Arash <Hazeghi>
Tehran, Iran - Thursday, September 12, 2002 at 16:08:14 (CDT)

Great! Another guy showing me how dumb I really am! You'd think after so many years I'd have learned a few things by now - but apparently not.

Your site has lots of good MEAT to it! Thanks lots!
Walt <walt@waltielabs.org>
North Plains, Oregon USA - Thursday, September 12, 2002 at 11:37:24 (CDT)

Arrived at your web site via google in desperation to get prints similar colours to screen. And all was explained with plenty of extras. Thank you so much, I feel rejuvenated into the world of scanning and printing. I nearly gave up!
Barry Hooper <barry@hooper-home.com>
Romsey, Victoria Australia - Wednesday, September 11, 2002 at 02:44:49 (CDT)

I appreciate your website, and I now have both the Canon 4000 and Epson 2450. I am having a concern with the epson because it des not seem to me to be much better than the 1650, and I know that you had a different result. I've tried raising the film level, with no results that I can discern. As with the 1650 the results are very good with 6x7 images and not good at all with 6x4.5. I'm strongly considering returning the one I have and trying a new one.

By the way, I really appreciated your ideas on the color space issue, especially turning off the monitor calibration in PWP, which was a big improvement. 
Richard Stone <richardslaw@yahoo.com>
Concord, CA USA - Tuesday, September 10, 2002 at 19:24:55 (CDT)

Thanks for all your info. I just starting out doing old photo repairing and your info has been very valuable to me. Thank you again for sharing your experience and information. Richard
Richard Dorosh <userrich1589@netscape.net>
Canyon Country, CA USA - Tuesday, September 10, 2002 at 13:40:41 (CDT)

Norman- what a great resource, I'll know I'll be making many visits to your site. thank you.
Greg Miller <gregmiller_mt@yahoo.com>
Billings, MT - Tuesday, September 10, 2002 at 13:08:29 (CDT)

I have read your tutorials on image sharpness and I have found them very interesting: they improved my knowledge on digital imaging very much. Thank you for sharing this material on the Web! I put a link to your Web site on a page on my site, where some recent digital pictures of mine are included (my images are quite common and I think they can be of interest just for the people I share some activities with).
Luca Cellario <luca@cellario.com>
Turin, Italy - Monday, September 09, 2002 at 16:21:14 (CDT)

A very interesting and well written webpage. Lots of good stuff to digest.
Steve Anderson <sanderson@semprautilities.com>
LA, CA USA - Monday, September 09, 2002 at 13:30:35 (CDT)

very beautyful site
sacré <recel.sacre@skynet.be>
ans, belgique - Monday, September 09, 2002 at 05:21:00 (CDT)

Extremely helpful and informative. Keep going!
Peter Etter <ettersaw@ettersaw.screaming.net>
Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire UK - Sunday, September 08, 2002 at 10:35:20 (CDT)

Thanks for the wonderful informative site you have put together for the rest of us.
Ed Funk
Alexandria, Virginia USA - Sunday, September 08, 2002 at 07:33:38 (CDT)

Cool site. We need technical information and original ideas. Just throwing money at problems is not an option.
David Fourer <d4r55@yahoo.com>
Chicago, IL USA - Saturday, September 07, 2002 at 14:11:42 (CDT)

Thank you Norman, You are a very generous person, providing this huge amout of very scentific photographic informations, and all free of charge. good luck. 
Kambiz <kambizha@yahoo.com>
Isfahan, Isfahan Iran - Friday, September 06, 2002 at 13:49:41 (CDT)

I just came across your site. I can see many hours ahead of me learning from your experience. Thank you in advance.
Don Bell <d.s.bell@attbi.com>
Shingle Springs, CA USA - Friday, September 06, 2002 at 01:46:14 (CDT)

read your impressions of India... nice..
Harneet Bhatia <harneet_bhatia@hotmail.com>
Delhi, Delhi India - Monday, September 02, 2002 at 15:03:51 (CDT)

was a Navy photographer, very usefull site to me now
- Sunday, September 01, 2002 at 17:13:11 (CDT)

Wonderful site with very practical information. BTW, I had everything calibrated "just right" when I needed to upgrade my video card. When I recalibrated I could not longer find the image GammaRGB.gif, which I had used before.
Michael Cieslak <mjcieslak at ameritech dot net>
- Tuesday, August 27, 2002 at 20:59:37 (CDT)

Found your site most informative and useful. I'm researching film scanners at present and have found many sites give contradictory info on the same scanners, whereas your reviews are scientific and objective. Thanks.

Bob Rutter <rutterbob@aol.com>
Blackpool, Lancashire UK - Tuesday, August 27, 2002 at 19:52:00 (CDT)

Very nice, very informative and very accurate. Thanks for providing me with great learning material
Slovenia - Monday, August 26, 2002 at 12:21:37 (CDT)

A very useful site. Thanks for the effort
Larry Padgett <larry@aperture64.com>
ft. collins, co - Friday, August 23, 2002 at 10:53:06 (CDT)

My second visit. Just starting my 57th year of photography teaching and at the age of 82 have gone overboard completely for the digital production of prints etc. Like one of your other guests ( probably most of them) I have a lot to learn but your excellent site will keep me going for the foreseeable future. 
Well done and thank you! Ron Smith
Ron Smith <rascrewe@aol.com>
Crewe, Cheshire England - Wednesday, August 21, 2002 at 17:43:26 (CDT)

What a great site but what a lot to learn, especially for an old greybeard like me!! More visits will be needed. Many thanks, Alan.
Alan Brown <alan@stlawrence29.freeserve.co.uk>
Crediton, Devon England - Sunday, August 18, 2002 at 04:43:18 (CDT)

While I am a digital imagining instructor at a local Vocational Art Shool (and Adobe Certified Expert) I still believe I have a lot to learn. Hopefully, this site will assist me in becoming a better teacher.
John Fellers <john.fellers3@attbi.com>
Westminster, Colorado Jefferson - Saturday, August 17, 2002 at 17:07:30 (CDT)

First time here, I know I'll be coming back many times 
Doug <Handzel>
Bloomingdale, ILL USA - Saturday, August 17, 2002 at 08:52:07 (CDT)

Wonderful site. I am just beginning to read and enjoy different partsof it. Have a lot of 35mm gear and have wondered about film vs. Digital etc.. The Info on your site should help immensely to understand all this further. Thanx.
Subhash Tiwari <srtiwari@earthlink.net>
Palm Harbor, Fl. USA - Friday, August 16, 2002 at 05:51:15 (CDT)

Norman, what a wonderful,informative..and literate site. Your discourse on MTF and resolution is fascinating. I recently e-mailed a US site regarding the factors that determine bromide paper resolution. Try finding that in a textbook! It took them a month to come up with a considered response. What say you? I will now settle down and soak up some digital info. from this great site.
Chris (topher) Burton <ceebee1@tenison79.fsnet.co.uk>
Cambridge, Cambs UK - Wednesday, August 14, 2002 at 07:56:53 (CDT)

Your web site is wonderful. Having the Fuji S2 for two weeks, I am now going completely digital except for indoor sports photography (slow sync 125). I have experimented and printed from 72 dpi to 2800 dpi and I can see the difference between 320 dpi and 720 dpi; however, I can not see any difference between 720 dpi and 2800 dpi. Thanks again for all the wonderful information. You should write a book. I would buy it.
Eugene Stevens <estevens@dataclarityinc.com>
Wheaton, MD USA - Wednesday, August 14, 2002 at 07:35:13 (CDT)

I have been visiting your web site on and off for several months now. Thank you for the in depth tutorials on scanning and digital photography. I have just finished matching my monitor to my printer. What a difference! Not realizing that my monitor and printer needed matching, I was considering getting a different printer. I am now getting outstanding results from my current printer on cheap paper. Thanks for the outstanding web site. I still have a lot to learn and will be visiting your site again.
Glenn Miller <gmroch@juno.com>
Rochester, MN - Tuesday, August 13, 2002 at 08:16:24 (CDT)

As someone with a degree in physics, who turned to work with computers, and found myself unexpectedly having lots of time on my hands in 2001, I also turned to photography, my old hobby.

My interests are mostly life and "street" shooting, however the relevance and quality of your (generally applicable) explanations cannot be overestimated. Such level sites are not too common on the Net. 

Do not know, how many others would consider a book with this information useful, but I would not hesitate to buy it, especially if real CCD characteristics as well as film is described (and printers, monitors etc.) Might become a standard handbook, who knows?
Michael Bond <mikefromla2001@yahoo.com>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Monday, August 12, 2002 at 12:08:27 (CDT)

First time visiting..Almost given up on getting my inkjet to print color accurate photograph taken with my digital camera until I stumble on your wonderful site..It will be keeping me busy experimenting the coming weeks. Great Job.
Oh Seong Tatt <ohstatt@singnet.com.sg>
Singapore, Singapore - Sunday, August 11, 2002 at 11:03:02 (CDT)

Just found this site as a result of a mention in Amateur Photographer. Looks an excellent site from which to learn about digital imaging in all its aspects.
Donald Monk <dmonk@iee.org>
United Kingdom - Sunday, August 11, 2002 at 07:03:48 (CDT)

As the oldest beginner I cant believe my good fortune in finding this site.A key to some light in my darkness.Thank you.
James Morgan <jmorgan@g468rt.fsnet.co.uk>
Glasgow, Strathclyde Scotland - Saturday, August 10, 2002 at 17:38:12 (CDT)

have 60yes of 35mm & medium format B&W & Color & a 700s Gateway Computer,60yrs of my taking film, darkroom with the B&W. My goal=organize em scan them, refine them, print them,sell some and enjoy them.Your writings have given me confidence to do just that. Thank you! Charlie McC.
J.Chas. McCullough ll <mcculloughpho@aol,com>
Sanibel, Fla. USA - Thursday, August 08, 2002 at 17:40:48 (CDT)

Thanks for the tips --RB
Richard Brill <webmaster@tcf.net>
New York USA - Thursday, August 08, 2002 at 16:19:45 (CDT)

Thank you for these fine Photography & Vacuum tube audio pages!
Esa Kivivuori <esa.a.kivivuori@welho.com>
Espoo, Finland - Thursday, August 08, 2002 at 12:05:20 (CDT)

Wonderful images; thank you!
Malcolm Turner <malcolmt@scientist.com>
Pelham, Alabamer USA - Wednesday, August 07, 2002 at 21:48:58 (CDT)

Wow! Lots of useful information here; enough to make your brain sore.
Tim Quade <timquade@hotmail.com>
Saint Paul, MN USA - Wednesday, August 07, 2002 at 16:33:33 (CDT)

Congratulations on a wonderfull Site, take a bow!
Jamie Creed
- Tuesday, August 06, 2002 at 11:18:50 (CDT)

The Best!!
Frank Langford <frank.langford@ntlworld.com>
Ravenshead, Nottingham, UK - Monday, August 05, 2002 at 07:46:37 (CDT)

Great Site. The scanner reviews are just what I was looking for. 
Heller Harris <info@hollywoodscriptanalysis.com>
Hollywood, CA USA - Sunday, August 04, 2002 at 11:09:43 (CDT)

Dave Herbert <dave@carlclose.freeserve.co.uk>
Dereham, Norfolk United Kingdom - Saturday, August 03, 2002 at 00:55:03 (CDT)

Wonderfully informative (with valuable links too.)
Irvine Meyer <meyeri@pentech.ac.za>
Cape Town, South Africa - Friday, August 02, 2002 at 05:15:08 (CDT)

I find your site most informative and enjoyable. You explain the complex in a simple and straightforward manner. Keep up the good work!
ST PETERSBURG, FL US - Thursday, August 01, 2002 at 13:49:27 (CDT)

Outstanding! Technical information - enough to satisfy the most demanding photographer. Thank you. Gerry
Gerry Young <youngerr@cadvision.com>
Calgary, Alberta Canada - Tuesday, July 30, 2002 at 12:16:03 (CDT)

Norman, my son, Dennis, put me onto your site. Your photos are superb. I will admit I didn't teach my son all he knows about photography!
Carl Wilkins
- Sunday, July 28, 2002 at 15:53:25 (CDT)

I'm A painter(artist) just now coming out of the stone age according to my freinds,so I have every thing to learn about about anything electronic.I hit on your site while surfing. Very interesting.
Phillip T. Hunter <phunter2@twcny.rr.com>
watertown, New York Jefferson - Saturday, July 27, 2002 at 18:18:09 (CDT)

Easy to navigate, and I found what I was looking for. Thank's.
Darren <darrenwatts@lycos.co.uk>
Tunbridge Wells, uk UK - Friday, July 26, 2002 at 03:55:52 (CDT)

Very nice and informative site.
Fabio Governato <fabio@astro.washington.edu>
Seattle, WA US - Friday, July 19, 2002 at 17:52:36 (CDT)

Looking forward to exploring your site,tripped over it by accident. Remembering buying my first summicron lens from you in Pa. way back in the 70's. Best regards to an old frien who i learned so much from. Bill Groff
Bill Groff <wgroff@cfl.rr.com>
winter park, fl usa - Tuesday, July 16, 2002 at 17:27:41 (CDT)

I am working on a web-site. I am going to calibrate my monitor and printer using your method. Thanks for all of the excellent information on your site.
Linda Carlson <lscarlson@aol.com>
Manassas, VA USA - Monday, July 15, 2002 at 16:20:23 (CDT)

Norman. Congratulations on a great website.
I enjoyed browsing through the myriad of practical information you have assembled.

Best regards 
Roger Salmon <salmon.r@att.net>
Lawrencville, NJ USA - Monday, July 15, 2002 at 11:36:41 (CDT)

My compliments for you photos especially for the panoramics, and your excelllent website
Carlos Garcia <garciapru@cantv.net>
Caracas, Venezuela - Sunday, July 14, 2002 at 21:54:24 (CDT)

considerating going back to a modern slr and scanning and printing.I have A canon G2 but....
Bob Carpenter <fRDVIC85@AOL.COM>
Anacortes, Wa. USA - Thursday, July 11, 2002 at 16:22:58 (CDT)

Got to your site thru a photo.net comment and link. Enjoyed tutorials. I've ben taking snaps all my life (long life). Just beginningto educate myself on real phototgraphic technique, etc. Still working so findin opportunities for good photography is tough (time is the problem. Sites such as yours is a blessing. Thanks. 
Patrick Moriarty <pemoriarti@cs.com>
Pleasant Valley, NY USA - Tuesday, July 09, 2002 at 18:53:16 (CDT)

Thanks for the review on the epson 2450. I am an emerging photographer and currently use a Nikon CoolscanIV. I'm in need of a scanner for med. format and after all the tremendous reviews I've read, how can I not afford this flatbed at $400. Thanks again, and nice panoramics!
Phil Fox
Phil Fox <philcfox@yahoo.com>
Franklin, MA usa - Monday, July 08, 2002 at 23:44:16 (CDT)

Excellent photo site Norman, I really enjoyed it. Brought back good memories of my six month stay in Colorado (Fort Collins).
Andrew R. Freed <arf132@psu.edu>
State College, PA USA - Monday, July 08, 2002 at 19:39:28 (CDT)

Norman, excellent Website. 

Just I started to read the MTF part. Before, I was happy
that I had found the sin(x)/x function as the weight 
function for the scanning process "average + sample", 
following principles of signal processing (good book
by Samuel Stearns).
Now I see, that this has to be corrected by a
power 2 to 4 ....
I am also impressed by the accuracy of the explanation
for Nyquist. I would add perhaps, that , IMO, finite
pieces of arbitrary signals are never bandlimited, 
unless they start and end rather soft (as forced by
a von Hann window).

Best regards --Gernot Hoffmann

Gernot Hoffmann <hoffmann@fho-emden.de>
Emden, Germany - Sunday, June 30, 2002 at 11:07:45 (CDT)

Hi, my compliments for your nice photos!
Please visit my website sometime to see my photos?
Best regards from Tom.

Tom Jutte < send@NOSPAMdolfijn.nl>
Zeist, The Netherlands - Saturday, June 29, 2002 at 23:32:15 (CDT)

Thank you very much for your excellent website! The information given there is interesting and valuable for all those who try to make better photos.
Antero Kotaniemi <akotan@saunalahti.fi>
Heinola, Finland - Friday, June 21, 2002 at 06:14:48 (CDT)

Your comments about the CanoScanFS4000US are very much appreciated.Excellent. I do understand now my own observations. Thank you very much.
Werner Schittenhelm <werner.schittenhelm@bruker.ch>
Faellanden, Switzerland - Friday, June 21, 2002 at 02:28:24 (CDT)

Thank you very much for a wonderful website. I shall refer to it often.
Vern Rogers
Springfield, Oregon USA - Wednesday, June 19, 2002 at 18:51:47 (CDT)

Really like your site, I will be back.
Robert Hibbert <Robert@Hibbert.net>
State College, PA US - Wednesday, June 19, 2002 at 14:54:47 (CDT)

This is a wonderful "tutorial" I have bookmarked the site and will share it with all of my friends. I am not a stranger to photography but am new with digital. I have much to learn but have much enthusiasm for the trip. Dale
Robert D. McGee < Dale53@fuse.net>
Hamilton, Ohio USA - Sunday, June 16, 2002 at 09:36:42 (CDT)

tremendous contribution to all that enjoy photography! Thank you!!!
Marty Melanson <marty@incolor.ca>
moncton, N.B. canada - Friday, June 14, 2002 at 07:37:27 (CDT) 

Quite superb website Norman. Many thanks.
Nick Moore <nixhome@hotmail.com>
London, England - Thursday, June 13, 2002 at 03:23:16 (CDT) 

Hello Norm. I couldn't get the e_mail link to work, so I thought I would try this one. This has got to be one of the most interesting and beautiful web pages I have ever seen. I copied the words from Peter Yarrow's lyrics. Drop me a line. Robert
Robert Kost <robert_e_kost@seagate.com>
Minneapolis, MN USA - Tuesday, June 11, 2002 at 14:15:30 (CDT) 

Thanks for your thorough work. I'll enjoy tackling some of these complexities... Tony. 
Tony Hancock <equality2@msn.com>
Bridgewater, NJ USA - Sunday, June 09, 2002 at 13:19:08 (CDT) 

I found your great site via google search on FS4000. A great site full of layers of info that increase in complexity the deeper one probes! The internet makes the remoteness of Tasmania irrelevant in the quest for knowledge. Keep up the good work, Best wishes from Tassie!
Donny Cameron <fordon@bigpond.com>
Evandale, Tasmania Australia - Saturday, June 08, 2002 at 23:59:49 (CDT) 

La più completa esposizione vista da me sul web. Un testo per imparare. Grazie
Alberto Forcheri <albafor@yahoo.it>
Torino, Italy - Saturday, June 08, 2002 at 03:43:10 (CDT) 

Hi Norman, Thanks a lot for your usefull articles. They are great and I came across them while looking for information on ink-jet printing and matting. I just spent an hour reading some of your writings that I printed out today - not finished yet. They will certainly help me making much more out of my lots of slides waiting to be processed.

And for shure: Your images are excellent. I like a lot your more recent panorama work.

Have a good time, Philippe
Philippe Wiget < philippe.xxnospamxxwiget@switzerland.org>
Switzerland - Friday, June 07, 2002 at 15:47:44 (CDT) 

Gerald Vanderwerff <dargel@att.net>
Bothell, WA USA - Sunday, June 02, 2002 at 03:06:13 (CDT) 

Great site. A lot of work and it shows. Very informative and usefull too.
Sean Fendt <photo@sfendt.net>
Strasburg, CO USA - Saturday, June 01, 2002 at 22:32:20 (CDT) 

From shooting budding roses as I walked the streets leading to Denver as a young boy stationed at Lowry AFB, to now a much older man walking the trails at Pt. Lobos, near Carmel and re-discovering nature's beauty as seen through the lens of my Sony F-707. Thank you Mr. Koren for everything you write. I have just recently "discovered" you and spend a part of each day trying to absorb all the fundamentals of which you write! Thank you so much for attempting to encapsulate just a small fragment of which you know...God Bless, Ron Kondler
Ron Kondler <rkond@mbay.net>
Carmel, California U.S.A. - Thursday, May 30, 2002 at 21:19:21 (CDT) 

It was pleasure finding your website. I'm a comercial photographer in Fresno, California. If you ever decide you want to visit yosemite or sequoia national park, drop me a line I would love to show you around. I do lots of comercial work to pay the bills, but the true pasion is taking my Mamiya 6 on hikes and trips throughout california. Once those velvia slides are developed, enlarging them to 40x40 inches on Fuji Supergloss type R become the ultimate high. Well the lab I used in S.F. was capable of doing prints up to 48x48 but with the advent of the inkjet printer, the owner saw the writing on the wall and sold out. The only labs I can find now can only print up to 30 inches wide. Pro color in seattle can do 48 on the Ilford papaer. So I've been force to explore the digital domain. Most of my comercial work is now done withe the Olympus E-10. So now it's time to figure out what to do with all the medium format equipment I have. What to do with over 5,000 Velvia 6x6 slides, and waht to do with my pentax 67 600mm f4. Your articles are very well writen. And having a background in computer science and math makes reading them enjoyable.

The question becomes: Would a Hassleblad be worth $50 just like an IBM selectric typewriter 5 years down the line

Khaled Alkotob <khaled@valleypictures.com>
Fresno, CA - Sunday, May 26, 2002 at 12:58:18 (CDT) 

Excellent website. Thank you for your hard work! 
Dacheng Liu <dachengliu@hotmail.com>
Tallahassee, FL - Monday, May 20, 2002 at 15:18:15 (CDT 

Amazing! An unbelievable and unvaluable sorce of info and links. Great Job! Francesco
Francesco Svelto <bonda@aol.com>
Wilmington, DE USA - Friday, May 10, 2002 at 21:12:24 (CDT) 

Dear Norman, I've got into your wonderful site via a link from somewhere and I've discovered beautiful photos and a number of incredibly useful tips and information which have been of great help for me in better understanding digital imaging (a new world I am discovering after many years in classical, chemical photography)and driving my purchases. Really thanks a lot for your unvaluable help
giuliano <gi_erre_56@libero.it>
torino, italy - Thursday, May 09, 2002 at 10:37:16 (CDT) 

THANK YOU! I really dunno what i could say more...
Lorenzzo <toz2@free.fr>
Paris, - France - Monday, May 06, 2002 at 07:47:02 (CDT) 

great photos! just found your site thru a link from colorfast paper. i will return
paul weber <pwimaging@centurytel.net>
mukwonago, wi usa - Sunday, April 28, 2002 at 18:25:16 (CDT) 

Hi Norman Thank you for a very interesting site, I'm sure it will take me ages to take in all the information you offer,I have had a crack at Photography a few times over the years, but Digital Cameras has given me renewed interest and the ability to take hundreds of photos in an afternoon at no cost (till i decide to print)This is my first visit to your site and am amazed at the wealth of information here to help others enjoy Photography as much as you do. Thank you for you time. 
M.Baylis G1GSK <micky_b@ntlworld.com>
East Sussex United Kingdom - Saturday, April 27, 2002 at 02:34:04 (CDT) 

i have been visitng your site for about 7 months now, since i came across it in a link on - i think - luminous landscape. it is great! thank you for all the work you have put into it and thank you a million times for helping my learning curve on what is still the arcane subject of digital imaging.

i purchased PW Pro as a result of your urging, and i am very happy with it, although i am still learning how to use it. i have gotten a bit better, and i just purchased the Epson 2450 (based on your recommendations) to start getting serious about inputting my own work and editing it. it just arrived the other day - and since i have no scaning skills whatsoever, i am slugging my way through before getting my first scan. hopefuly this weekend i will get one done. (work unfortunately gets in the way.) once i figure out some things, i would love to be able to contact you with a few questions.

again, a million thanks for all you have done. you are an invaluable resource.
mark w jordan <MARKJORDAN@prodigy.net>
walnut creek, CA - Thursday, April 25, 2002 at 17:28:12 (CDT) 

Thank you for taking the time to share your knowledge with the rest of us! Great site. I guess that should be very valuable site!
Kenneth Hawkins <hawk@techie.com>
Cleveland, OH USA - Tuesday, April 23, 2002 at 12:02:39 (CDT 

love it
Hans Fiala <hbdm@optushome.com.au>
Scarborough, Qld Australia - Friday, April 12, 2002 at 19:50:29 (CDT) 

What a great site, educational, informative and entertaining. Thanks
Jed M Best <jedbest@nyc.rr.com>
New York, NY USA - Friday, April 12, 2002 at 14:11:29 (CDT) 

What a greay web, site. Just about anything a person needs to know about digital photography is there. I'm sure I'll return to it many times in the future. Thanks for creating this and the price is right.
N. Dalae Weitzel <dweitzel@socket.net>
Columbia, Missouri U,S.A. - Friday, April 12, 2002 at 00:35:59 (CDT) 

Hi, Norman! I spent almost an entire night at your website. It is great. tons of info. I have been looking for for a long time.I am very new in this photography world. The time I really started was when I was living in CO. After I purchased an Olympus C3000, I started to shot more. I used to work for Qwest. Since they always keep me busy so I couldn't do too much. Last year right after 911, I moved back with my family in Sydney. As I can't find an IT job here, I put more time into photography. I just setup a website to put my work together.Almost all the pictures I took were from my recent backpacking trip in Australia. I have some back in CO but no much. I really like to have advises from you if you have time to stop by my site. Also, I will spend more time to read through your website. I am sure I will have lots of questions and I have to bug you in the future.

Thanks a lot for putting all these useful knowledge together to share. I am looking forward to hearing back from you.


Allan Mao <amao35@hotmail.com>
Meadowbank, New South Walse Australia - Tuesday, April 09, 2002 at 08:24:47 (CDT)

Very well done ,an asset to the web and the photographic industry
Don Lynds <Don@lyndsphotographic.com>
Waldoboro, Maine USA - Thursday, April 04, 2002 at 19:23:43 (CST)