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Thank you for visiting Norman Koren's
Current g u e s t b o o k
November 2001 - May 2002
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 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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 <email@example.com>
Fresno, CA - Sunday, May 26, 2002 at 12:58:18 (CDT)
Excellent website. Thank you for your hard work!
Dacheng Liu <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tallahassee, FL - Monday, May 20, 2002 at 15:18:15 (CDT
Amazing! An unbelievable and unvaluable sorce of info and links. Great Job!
Francesco Svelto <email@example.com>
Wilmington, DE USA - Friday, May 10, 2002 at 21:12:24 (CDT)
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
torino, italy - Thursday, May 09, 2002 at 10:37:16 (CDT)
THANK YOU! I really dunno what i could say more...
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 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
mukwonago, wi usa - Sunday, April 28, 2002 at 18:25:16 (CDT)
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 <email@example.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
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 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cleveland, OH USA - Tuesday, April 23, 2002 at 12:02:39 (CDT
Hans Fiala <email@example.com>
Scarborough, Qld Australia - Friday, April 12, 2002 at 19:50:29 (CDT)
What a great site, educational, informative and entertaining. Thanks
Jed M Best <firstname.lastname@example.org>
New York, NY USA - Friday, April 12, 2002 at 14:11:29 (CDT)
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 <email@example.com>
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
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
Waldoboro, Maine USA - Thursday, April
04, 2002 at 19:23:43 (CST)
I have never signed any
'Guest Books' on then net until now. But your site is so good and you must
have put a lot of hard work in it that the least I can do is to tell you
how grateful I am for this wealth of information you presented. I will
tell all my friends about it.
Andras Solyom <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Budapest, N/A Hungary - Saturday,
March 30, 2002 at 16:51:13 (CST)
I have learnt in one more
than I did in past five years of reading magazines and books. Thanks to
Norman and internet technology. Great content for those pursue digital
Richard Seow <email@example.com>
Singapore, Singapore Singapore - Friday,
March 29, 2002 at 19:53:26 (CST)
I love your website! enjoy
your technical articles and quality links (i.e. carl zeiss) to your photos...keep
it up! Michael Headley
chicago, illinois - Thursday, March
28, 2002 at 08:54:25 (CST)
thank you for a very rich
and interesting site. You are invited to visit my modest one.
Israel - Thursday, March 28, 2002
at 03:10:22 (CST)
Great side Norman. HiFi
is one of my favorite interest.
Åmot, Norway - Tuesday, March
26, 2002 at 11:49:23 (CST)
Great website, loaded with a wealth
of valuable information and documentation. Since i have been using PictureWindow
myself for a number of years with great satisfaction, i was pleased to
learn that you have similar experiences. Your info on the Canon4000 scanner
was also very helpful,
Hans Leenen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Amersfoort, Netherlands - Monday,
March 25, 2002 at 09:41:53 (CST)
Great site, look forward
to checking out your site more in depth, later. Thanks
Annville, PA USA - Sunday, March 24,
2002 at 09:43:40 (CST)
Thank you very, very much!
I'm making much better prints now
becuase of your great website. Thanks again!
René van Grieken
The Netherlands - Saturday, March
23, 2002 at 19:02:53 (CST)
Great website, you are helping
a lot of people no doubt. Take care!
Jim J. C
Lake Worth, Fl USA - Saturday, March
23, 2002 at 02:38:42 (CST)
Excellent site! Very instructive,
and very clearly explained. It reminds me all the more how much I'm underusing
the hardware and software I have.
Tokyo, - Thursday, March 21, 2002
at 08:41:30 (CST)
I have been a "traditional"
photographer for 30 years, and now after visiting your site the "Digital
World" of photography is becoming much easier for me to understand, thanks
for the education.
C. Eaves <email@example.com>
Antrim, NH US - Wednesday, March 20,
2002 at 17:14:09 (CST)
Harvey Newman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Santa Monica, California United States
- Wednesday, March 20, 2002 at 15:54:40 (CST)
You deserve a medal for your site.
Thank you for sharing your in-depth knowledge throughout your fabulous
de Kiewit <email@example.com>
Repentigny, Quebec Canada - Saturday,
March 16, 2002 at 06:33:05 (CST)
Norman, this website is
really impressive. There has obviously been a great deal of work put into
it, and I must say I am really impressed. I also appreciate all the great
info and links to other quality info.
seattle, - Friday, March 08, 2002
at 18:22:06 (CST)
Very impressive site. Thanks
Glen Ellyn, Illinois USA - Friday,
March 08, 2002 at 13:49:10 (CST)
This is an excellent web site.
I found the in-depth discussions about digital photography very helpfull.
I am looking into setting up my own digital darkroom and this has been
Thank you for your effort
Jacksonville, NC US - Thursday, March
07, 2002 at 15:15:49 (CST)
I like too much your photos
and Your beautiful colors of the
savage nature. Bravo Kindly André
Marseille, France - Thursday, March
07, 2002 at 14:10:53 (CST)
Norman, you have a wonderful
site with lots of useful information. I refer to it all the time. Sincere
thanks for the good work.
SF Bay Area, CA USA - Tuesday, March
05, 2002 at 20:43:02 (CST)
I am glad to find someone
that uses PWPro the best program for photos, I think.
Yuma, AZ USA - Friday, March 01, 2002
at 13:21:20 (CST)
Wow someone I can really
relate to . High end tube DIY audio and photography. Visit my website in
approx 5 weeks (or so I'm told)
St Goerge, UT - Thursday, February
28, 2002 at 12:39:01 (CST)
norman: just wanted to offer
my thanks for putting up such a great, informative website. this is what
the internet is all about! not much access to information where i live,
and the internet is the key to keeping in touch with digital developments
in photography. your tutorial on scanning and printing et cetera is really
really useful and people like me would be dead in teh water without sites
like this. well done and mucho gracias.
hanoi, vietnam - Thursday, February
28, 2002 at 04:25:13 (CST)
I just signed your guest
book and realized that there are many mistyped letters. Sorry
for that. I'm not interested
in digital photography for now
mainly due to my old age. It is
very difficult to understand and get really into
the digital business. Nevertheless
I've enjoyd your web site and the excellet pictures in it. Keep up the
good work, I may pay you a visit
if I can save enough money to come
to the States again
caldogno, italy - Tuesday, February
26, 2002 at 11:31:30 (CST)
I visited thje States four
times and got good pictures.
Ihad a calendar printed for photos
of Coyote Butte and
monument valley. Your is a great
web site. My compliments.
caldogno, italy - Tuesday, February
26, 2002 at 11:19:09 (CST)
We are preparing a user's
manual for the military to help them evaluate effects of training on the
vegetation. We will reference your website as an excellent source of information.
Dennis J. Hansen
Las Vegas, NV USA - Monday, February
25, 2002 at 10:24:06 (CST)
Hi, Norman - good to see
you too like PWP.
- Tuesday, February 19, 2002 at 15:43:36
Thank-you for such an inspiring,
informative, motivating, and tasteful website!
Len Bates <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Houston, TX USA - Tuesday, February
19, 2002 at 13:06:49 (CST)
I found your site very useful...your
suggestion are helping me a lot to obtain better prints from my pictures
(and I just bought the Canoscan FS4000: as soon as I receive it I will
try it according to your indications).
Moncalieri, ITALY - Tuesday, February
19, 2002 at 04:30:55 (CST)
Thanks for a great site. Very helpful
Voorheesville, NY usa - Monday, February
18, 2002 at 14:43:05 (CST)
I have read your article
on calibrating monitor and printer and found it extremely helpful. There
was one remark that made me stop: Warm black tones - and how to achieve
them on a digital printer. Have you tried the duotone mode in photoshop?
One version, I call it 'Trilight', is a tri- tone mode of black (0=0; 20=2;50=25;
60=50;100=100) and pantone 469 CVC (0=0; 10=10; 30=40; 70=70; 100=80) and
a dark yellow of your choice of the pantone chart with slightly lower tones
than the brown. This gives you a warm, deep and sharp black and white image
with an ever so so slight old-fashioned look. I use Nikon F4, Nikon LS
2000 and an epson 1270 printer. Your site was a great help, because after
an upgrade of my computer all color management was way off. You got me
back on track. Thank you!
Heidelberg, Germany - Sunday, February
17, 2002 at 17:48:22 (CST)
I'm a master Cibachrome
printer who is having the time of his life being a beginner again in the
area of digital printing. Your site with it's tutorial for beginning printers
is rich with information and links and solid advise. What a lucky find!
(You ought to publish it in a book - I'd buy it for sure.)
Belmont, MA - Monday, February 11,
2002 at 21:33:13 (CST)
I'm sorry Henry Hathaway,
the director of "True Grit" did not ask you for your opinion on site locations
for the movie. Since watching that movie 33 years ago and falling in love
with Southwestern Colorado I have not seen such beauty until I ran across
your website! Some of your shots are straight out of the movie. I am looking
foward to my visit to Ridgway and surrounding area.
Thanks to your shots!! Keep up
the great work.
marietta, ga. u.s. - Monday, February
11, 2002 at 19:00:41 (CST)
You have a great site. I
found it by accident while doing a Yahoo search on Epson scanners. I will
be digitizing my negatives putting them thru photoshop and on to a film
recorder. I can't get totally away from the wet process! I noticed in your
Dead Horse Point photo the beautiful mountains in the background. I proposed
to my wife there but did not notice the mountains there when I gave her
the ring. Maybe my head was full of love and emotion at the time! (he-he!).
I think we have alot in common as I too am an electronics buff and enjoy
the high end stereo stuff. Good luck and best wishes. Todd
Omaha, Ne. usa - Saturday, February
09, 2002 at 20:16:34 (CST)
What an excellent site. Your lovely
images bring back fond memories of Boulder and the Rockies, where I lived
for a few years in the 1980s. I have been around the world a fair bit and
can tell from experience that very few places can compete with North America
for beauty and the friendliness of the people. It is a pity that Europeans
who go the the US don't go more often to places like Boulder instead of
Florida and NYC. They would get an altogether different idea of your great
country. All the best, and I'll be back to your site!
Glasgow, Scotland U.K. - Tuesday,
January 29, 2002 at 04:32:37 (CST)
Very interesting web site,
Norman. You should write a book about photography. I am
a hi-fi enthusiast as well and
have a Super Pas 2 tube pre-amp
built by Van Alstine in
Nebraska. I live in Norway.
Norway - Saturday, January 26, 2002
at 06:46:42 (CST)
Lovely site, excellent information.
Fun to read about
your TENA, Spice and Photography
sections. I'm not
enough of an audiophile to persue
your Amp but it
looks to be a neat project. Thanks
your experiences. Came across your
researching a scanner purchase
Epson 2450). Looking to be able
to scan photos
and negatives. Electronics are
also a long time
interest (Amateur Radio also).
Tnx agn. Don C.
Don C. Faith III <Faithd@tds.net>
Madison, WI USA - Thursday, January
24, 2002 at 18:00:38 (CST)
Amboy, IL USA - Thursday, January
24, 2002 at 14:43:38 (CST)
I loved your picture of
the buck in the foothills of lower Boulder and wanted to send you one I
took in Africa. However cant do that unless you reply to my email as Hotmail
gives me glitches thus making it difficult to respond via your site.
London, UK - Thursday, January 24,
2002 at 08:26:52 (CST)
I have visited your site
many times and now refer to it constantly. I am teaching myself scanning
and post-production, and following your endorsement of Picture Window Pro,
I have downloaded a trial copy and have so far been impressed. Thanks for
the dedication that you have put into your site - it is a great inspiration.
Steve Dykes <email@example.com>
Auckland, New Zealand - Wednesday,
January 23, 2002 at 17:41:29 (CST)
Member of Beginners Photography's
Club(Yahoo) sugested I take a look at your sight.I'm very glad I did !!
Thank you for a terfic sight and for your fantastic work !
New Windsor, NY USA - Tuesday, January
22, 2002 at 22:04:09 (CST)
Norman- Thanks for the best
damn website I've
ever seen. You've got more solid,
here than I've seen in any book.
Speaking of which, why isn't this
BTW, After 25 years of Nikon/nikonos
I bought a
Sony CDR-1000 for my wife. Loved
it. But when
the Sony 707 came out I just had
to have it.
Question: The Nikons have matrix
about the Sony system? How come
they don't have
the tendency to turn snow to 17%
My kids live in Boulder. Do you
teach classes? Next
time I'm there I'd like to take
Redwood Shores, CA - Monday, January
21, 2002 at 11:41:47 (CST)
great shots of the outdoors!
Annapolis, MD USA - Friday, January
18, 2002 at 10:47:33 (CST)
GOT HERE BY ERROR. FOUND
IT GOOD AND WILL RETURN
Revere, Mass. USA - Thursday, January
17, 2002 at 19:19:09 (CST)
I came across your web page
accidently,and what an intresting site indeed,I have stopped photography
for a while,as I was more involved in Audio.It's a beautiful site and I
will inform all my friends about it.Thank you.
Singapore, Singapore Singapore - Thursday,
January 17, 2002 at 17:42:06 (CST)
Found you site very helpful
in my digital darkroom.
East Amherst, NY USA - Monday, January
14, 2002 at 19:26:56 (CST)
Thanks for a really impressive
and professional looking site with a lot of useful information. I found
through Google search. It is strange that I have not seen any links to
here from any other photographic sites. And almost needless to say, very
Oslo, Norway - Sunday, January 13,
2002 at 04:25:55 (CST)
Norman, I found your page
through a link at photo.net. I really like your section on the Digital
Darkroom, also like your photos. I look forward to learning more from your
St. Charles, MO USA - Saturday, January
12, 2002 at 09:36:30 (CST)
An truly excellent and invaluable
site. I have recently become involved in digital photography, and this
site provides excellent tutorials and links
Sevenoaks, Kent England - Saturday,
January 12, 2002 at 03:36:06 (CST)
A very very good site.
Willenhall, West Midlands ENGLAND
- Friday, January 11, 2002 at 17:13:15 (CST)
A very very good site.
Willenhall, West Midlands ENGLAND
- Friday, January 11, 2002 at 17:13:12 (CST)
Your site is really excellent.
I will be a frequent visitor as I am about to buy a scanner and take the
plunge into digital imaging.
- Friday, January 11, 2002 at 03:19:07
A really great site! Thanks
Aarhus, Denmark - Wednesday, January
09, 2002 at 10:38:18 (CST)
Hi, Mr. Koren! :-)
I think Nathan has mentioned me
to you...he gave me your website so I could look at some pictures that
he's taken in India (which are absolutely amazing, btw)... but I've also
ended up browsing through the rest of your website, which is really interesting
to say the least. I am in love with photography, from what little experience
I've had with it...and you appear to be a wealth of knowledge! I would
love to find out more someday. :) Oh, and also - I saw your picture (I
think that was you) - and at the risk of sounding rude, you are quite handsome.
It must run in the family... I enjoyed your website. Cheers, Desiree
Portland, Oregon U.S.A. - Wednesday,
January 09, 2002 at 05:12:18 (CST)
Thank's for sharing info.
Great site. Beautiful pics.
- Saturday, January 05, 2002 at 09:00:02
All my understanding of
digital printing was limited to several years ago, I printed a lot of research
images when I was a grad student. I strongly believe digital is far away
from darkroom. So enjoy in Velvia and lonely darkness for enlarging photos.
Thanks for all your efforts to share so much data, your web page finally
convince me that I have to go digital...Thank you.
Boise, Idaho - Friday, January 04,
2002 at 02:10:28 (CST)
Best site I have found for
the "Digital Beginner". Thanks very much for sharing this terrific information,
and for a look at your very commendable photography.
- Wednesday, January 02, 2002 at 18:32:56
Mr Koren, thank you very
much for your excelent site. The information on setting up the monitor,
printer and scanner is brilliant. With out this information I was getting
poor results, however they are much better now. Thanks again.
Dagenham, Essex England - Wednesday,
January 02, 2002 at 09:22:19 (CST)
Thanks for the informational
site. I'm having some problems with getting good tones with my Epson 1280
and the information which you provided will be a great place to start trying
to resolve the isse.
- Wednesday, January 02, 2002 at 09:04:25
Enjoyed the site very much.
Westminster, CO USA - Wednesday, January
02, 2002 at 00:02:05 (CST)
The Alumni Monthly had your
URL and I enjoyed visiting your site. Great job!!!
Valley Park, Missouri USA - Sunday,
December 30, 2001 at 05:41:54 (CST)
A very friendly and helpful
Fordingbridge, Hants UK - Friday,
December 28, 2001 at 13:36:59 (CST)
Great website. New to digital,but
not to photography. Can use all the great information,thanks.
DeBary, FL US - Thursday, December
27, 2001 at 12:35:38 (CST)
Hi Norman, looking for Canoscan
4000 info i found much more in your excellent site. It's a huge mine of
info, links and wonderful images, great job! I have an FTb, an F1 new and
an AE1, they work well after 25 years, the problem is how my Canoscan 2700
F get shadows in slides. Good bye and thank you very much. Ciao Piero
Cordignano, Italia - Tuesday, December
25, 2001 at 15:37:11 (CST)
Excellent and informative.
Good job, keep it up and Good Luck!
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Thursday,
December 20, 2001 at 19:52:37 (CST)
I had a look at your new
amplifier, it looks fantastic, congratulations from university of South
Australia's Audio Amplifiers project team.
Singapore, Singapore - Tuesday, December
18, 2001 at 03:32:40 (CST)
I am very glad I stumbled
into your lovely and very informative website via a Google search for film
scanner. Thank you very much for the tutorials. Also, I am very touched
by Peter Yarrow's beautiful words. I will be back to enjoy more of your
photos. Thanks again for sharing your knowledge & images with us.
Singapore, Singapore - Tuesday, December
11, 2001 at 13:34:10 (CST)
Great website, i learn a
lot about how to calibrate my monitor and printer (mine is 1290). it gives
me very beautifull print.....thanks Norman
Singapore, Singapore - Tuesday, December
11, 2001 at 03:26:21 (CST)
informative and very useful
flushing, n.y. u.s.a. - Sunday, December
09, 2001 at 18:59:55 (CST)
Ever since I happily stumbled
onto your website six months ago, I have referred it to lots of friends.
Even the infamous Ansel Adams would applaud such a beautiful accomplishment.
I continually refer to it for help and inspiration. Thanks Norman
Albuquerque, NM USA - Saturday, December
08, 2001 at 09:42:59 (CST)
I keep sending people to
your great website with all of its links. You have put so much time and
energy into it. I am glad so many people are appreciating it.
- Thursday, December 06, 2001 at 20:11:07
I have learnt a lot from
your site. I keep coming back for updates frequently. Your landscape photography
Cincinnati, Oh - Tuesday, December
04, 2001 at 16:46:27 (CST)
The best introduction that
I know of to the technical aspects of digital photography, I have recommended
it to several friends, and I keep coming back to it as I do and learn more
about scanning and printing. Steve Gilbert
Houston, TX USA - Friday, November
30, 2001 at 07:31:42 (CST)
Terrific site. Learned a
lot. Thanks for the time and info.
Mark A. Lafferty,
Bonaire, GA USA - Wednesday, November
28, 2001 at 09:54:20 (CST)
Great website. The photos
are stunning, thanks!
Terry L Longenecker
- Tuesday, November 27, 2001 at 21:15:34
Nice pictures, I'v learned
a lot from looking at your site, thanks.
San Diego, CA USA - Thursday, November
22, 2001 at 14:54:58 (CST)
Always a pleasure to visit
Siletz, Oregon - Sunday, November
18, 2001 at 10:55:12 (CST)
Haifa, Israel - Thursday, November
15, 2001 at 14:05:46 (CST)
Very nice site
Roy Fleming <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Bullhead City, AZ United States -
Wednesday, November 14, 2001 at 22:07:22 (CST)
Thank you for this site
and your insight regarding the FS4000 scanner, I purchased partially based
on your experience also VueScan.
Alan Fox <RichardAlanFox@aol.com>
New York City, New York USA - Tuesday,
November 13, 2001 at 20:43:43 (CST)