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Old 10-30-2005, 08:47 AM
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Thanks, guys! We're getting better everyday. Dad found out in the last surgery that the retinae was not attached, meaning that he will be blind in that eye. He's taking it pretty well, and so far he has gotten 2 fake parrots from his friends. I guess you would have to know my dad, he's a joker, even joking about this! He goes around saying Argh, pretending like he's a pirate. It might be for his sake, then again he has 3 young grandkids, so maybe it's for their sake too. Thanks for listening!

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Old 10-30-2005, 09:18 AM
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Hang in there Amber, getting old has little dignity, have to admire the spirit
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Old 11-05-2005, 05:58 AM
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Giclee on canvas

Glad everyone is having good experiences with canvas giclees. As a business owner of a giclee printing company I have received a good number of calls from customers who have had all sorts of problems with canvas prints: anything ranging from very delicate materials to gamut problems and dirty output. Other issues are substrates that are not OBA (optical brightener additives free) and with a neutral PH. There is canvas now on the market that has these characteristics. Do not be afraid to ask which specific brand and type is being used. The telltale sign of a canvas with OBA is that it will glow when exposed to UV light. OBA themselves are not as much as a problem when coated with the proper chemicals. If not, the canvas will yellow and crack. Please read our discussion on canvas printing and Giclee: Gamut Compression
We also have a giclee blog. I hope you will enjoy the site and feel free to ask any questions you like. Happy surfing!

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