Chloe-o-phile supercollectors will be downloading and saving this week’s posting, it’s a rare collection of never-before published cover photographs produced over the years that has been lovingly preserved in our climate-controlled Archives. Cover photos are traditionally shot on medium or large format film against a seamless backdrop. The bigger film format produces a much larger negative than 35mm. Because the negatives are bigger, the details and the fineness of each resulting slide are superior for producing a magazine cover. Usually, about 8 to 10 pictures are produced from one roll. Using the bigger cameras properly takes an experienced professional. You’ll really see the difference in quality with these babies when you blow up the 1200×1600 images. For ChloesWorld usage, this set was hand-scanned by SCORE’s pre-press boys, a talented bunch, at the Miami headquarters.
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