Well, all I can say is, if juries can be talked into accepting
digital images, so much the better for me, as I would only submit film
for jurying purposes.
As many previous postings have confirmed, while digital is ok for
online and maybe for low quality print, it just doesn’t do justice to
really detailed work.
When I had my most recent set of jury slides done (by Hap Sakwa, who
I found through this list, THANK YOU!), I had a CD made from the
slides, after I received them and picked out my faves. The lab did me
a Kodak disc with several resolutions, for posting mid-res jpegs and
possibly for print. The jpegs look fine online, but I wouldn’t risk my
jury results on them. This is absolutely no reflection on Hap, whose
work (on film) has represented me very well indeed in recent jurying.
Amy R. Karash
Executive Producer, Corporate Compliance Programs
Lockheed Martin Corporation