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orion Red, green, B&W
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> So ... the publishers of the Discoveries in the Judean Desert, a pretty
>pricey set of books, are going to group together a set of photographs in
>which the coloration is totally off, possibly as a result of darkroom
>errors? Having spent many hours in the darkroom myself, I tended to make
>sure the mistakes NEVER saw the light of day. The last thing in the world
>a reputable publisher is going to do is print a set of pictures that have
>been altered or that do not resemble the objects they're supposed to
OK, if we are going by the DJD photos shouldn't someone mention the fact
that they are Black and White? How do you discern color in a B&W photo?
Again, I think that the argument should be shelved until someone is able to
look at the frgs. themselves.
C h r i s t i a n M M B r a d y
Assoc. Director * Jewish Studies
Jones Hall * Tulane University
New Orleans, LA 70118
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