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Deborah King

Kodak or Fuji

Here's a question for eveyone. What paper do you prefer when you go to a lab for developing your film Kodak or Fuji. Is there a difference with each one and colors? (Like one shows red more brilliantly) I have done both and I compare and I don't really see a difference but I was wondering if anyone else has and what's your favorite?? I've been wondering this a long time so I appreciate your comment. Also between film brand, Is it Kodak or Fuji or even an other one?? Thanks again

Deborah King

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1/28/2005 8:51:41 AM

Michael H. Cothran   Deborah - I've printed color negatives for almost twenty years. Fuji has long been my favorite, not only in paper, but in film. And this preference is not mild either. For me, it's Fuji, or I go elsewhere. Their current paper - Fuji Crystal Archive cannot be beat in color saturation and longevity. Kodak, in my opinion, began slipping and sliding the the 1980's, and Fuji took over as the king of the hill in film and paper. I've got prints made from Kodak Ultra that can't hold a candle to the Crystal Archive paper, and the same goes for film. I will give Kodak some credit in that their newest generation of Ektachromes are at least competitive with Velvia.
Michael H. Cothran

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1/28/2005 11:17:17 AM

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