We view prints by seeing light reflected from them. We view monitor images and projected slides by seeing light transmitted through them. The experiences are so substantially different that it makes sense that many people prefer one to the other.
Are prints of chromes better than projecting them?
Periodically my developing room has to revert to a guest bathroom when I have visitors. I have a film drying chamber made from a garment bag that is easily removed at those times and folds up compactly.
"That sugar film"
There's a poor kid addicted to Mountain Dew, and his teeth are so rotted it is unbelievable.
When I was in grad school I alternated cooking with my roommate. No matter how I seasoned food he would without tasting the food pour a lot of salt on everything. So I started cooking with less and less salt. Soon I was not using salt unless it was needed for a chemical reactions such as in baking. Since then I do not use salt and avoid it as much as possible but it is in all processed foods. The first thing I notices is that everything tasted better without salt. Long story short, I see that after many decades, I am much healthier having cut the salt to an absolute minimum. My doctors tell me that they wish their other patients had done the same. At one time salt was needed for preserving foods, but that is no longer necessary.
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