taf wrote:... les panos risquent d'être très très différents les uns des autres.
marco-pano wrote:taf wrote:... les panos risquent d'être très très différents les uns des autres.
Tu as raison, Taf. Mais ce n'est pas toi (qui voyages au Chili, aux USA et Pétaouchnok...) qui niera que la différence fait la richesse.
'[bo wrote:']Who will "sponsor" this book? I suppose it'll be printed on Team Autopano's expenses, with hope of returning the investment by selling the book? Being in the prepress/print/publishing business myself, I cannot help but wander if that will be a feasible undertaking, speaking financially...
DrSlony wrote:There are ways of publishing that do not require you to order an x amount of copies. They are called self-publishing service providers.
machart wrote:1. the idea with the book is GREAT!
machart wrote:2. i agree with bo. there are only 2 ways of doing such a project:
- offset print technique: good quality, if worked out the right way
but you need at least 2.000 to have a good price... you need a lot of money at one time
- on demand laser production: it MAY be good quality... but maybe not...
on demand means no risc with the money, but on the other hand a quite high price for one book and a changing quality...
machart wrote:3. color profile: adobe RGB 1998 is not the right one... (for offset) i think it should be converted to some cmyk-iso-fogra profile... (if its printed in europe)
if you do it in laser technique, the foto pro profile is the right one...
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