Posted by IATadmin on Wednesday, May 13, 2015
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5 Responses to “Ink 175: Set of 4”
Great stuff, as always. However, I noticed that the pictures have been of lower quality for a while. Inks from #172 for instance, compared to these, are day to night, quality and detail wise. Is this just because a different camera was used or there is a deeper rationale behind it?
We really appreciate the feedback, Matt, and we apologize if the files have not been up to standard. There were lighting (glare) issues when taking these shots and we neglected to make corrections before posting. Sometimes we only have one opportunity to grab shots of an ink (on location, or during other work). If there are specific ones you’d like better versions of, please let us know and we’ll do what we can to provide them.
Thank you again for your continued support and we hope we can return our work to the high standards you expect and deserve from us.
Seriously, no need to apologize, guys (or expectation, either). I was just curious if there’s any particular reason behind different quality, that’s all. I repeat: you do a *stellar* job sharing all this. So please treat all my words as a friendly discussion rather than pointing out flaws. All right? 🙂
Now, back to the photos: I can’t shake the feeling it’s completely something else than lighting issues you’ve mentioned. Zoom into 100% and there’s a very coarse pattern that annihilates all the fine detail. Perhaps it’s the camera behind it rather than light: http://prntscr.com/751cz4?
Very helpful to see those two shots side-by-side, Matt! Thanks for that link. We suspect camera blur in the Ink 175B, since the EXIF data shows it was taken at only 1/20. Usually we don’t post any images that aren’t sharp, but we might have mistaken this case for ink bleed (or perhaps we just missed it completely). We really appreciate the feedback and analysis, Matt. It really helps us improve the materials we offer. Many thanks!
Wow, Matt, you have a good eye! I’m Su. Nice to meet you! We have this site in common! I love their work!
ATAdmin, I love what you’ve been doing! I love these for what I use them for. Thank you! Keep up the awesome work!!
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