A note about viewing the prints:
It would be wonderful if everybody’s monitor would show an image with exactly the same colors, but this just isn’t possible.
These images were created in a carefully calibrated environment and there is a very good match between the finished print and the computer image. Unfortunately, I do not know what YOUR
monitor will show and the images may display incorrectly. The most obvious difference will be in brightness and contrast settings. If the images show too dark, please adjust your monitor.
A second, unavoidable problem occurs because several of the prints have a texture that is reminiscent of the typical signature of old etchings or aquatints. “Portpatrick
1”, for example, has a dotted, linear pattern over much of its area. In order to display the images on the web, the size of each is greatly reduced and the resolution severely
lowered.This reduction causes moiré patterns. In other prints fine detail is lost or muddied. Despite these caveats the images show quite well on the web and it is a wonderful way to
disseminate one’s work. Please visit the DETAILS page where close-ups show what may have been lost in the overall reproduction of the image.