Discussion in 'Alternative Processes' started by RobertP, Jul 22, 2008.
http://www.apug.org/forums/attachme...leries? This is an 8x10 collodion on aluminum
Here's a little more info if anyone can decipher it. Whether I use safari or firefox it still won't allow me to upload to the gallery. I get a popup window when using safari that states: Safari can't open the page"http://wwwapug.org/gallery/bulkupload.php?ppaction=a...ywords=&numprocess=10&processall=no&mature=0"because it could not load any data from this location. I've contacted Apple and I've even reloaded safari. But to no avail.
You might start a thread on the feedback area. Sean is pretty good about getting people up and running with the gallery.
It's definitely an OSX issue, possibly some corruption in your OS. I had Robert try to upload to another site and he got the same error. You could try Apple support forums and posting your error there: http://discussions.apple.com/index.jspa
Sean, I completely erased the hard drive and reinstalled 10.3.9 but the problem persist. Thanks for the link I'll give it a try. Apple support says there's nothing wrong but obviously they're not right either.
Yeah, if it was isolated to apug but when you tried on the other site and it did the same thing that shows something is not right in general. Wish I could help, I'm surprised it did not work on re-install
It is a conspiracy, I didn't Belive it untiL now , but APUG is evil(anti-mac)!!!!
Corey from his GOD MACHINE
I a using a Mac with 10.5.4 and have had no problems anywhere on APUG.
Switch to Vista... Go on, you know you really want to ...
I am still on MS-DOS 3.0. Someone will have to explain what all the complaining is about.
I LOVE THIS PICTURE. To heck with the software. Robert was going to shoot an 1850s baseball team last Sunday and it looks like he did very well at it. He said this was the first time outside with Collodion.
Robert, Did you take any other images we can see once you sort out the software?
John, I'd love to share more but I think Apple hates me. There were ten teams in the tournament and I was able to get team photos for them all. I shot 16 plates over the course of the day, so it was nonstop. We had a blast! I was exhausted at the end of the day. Here was may first test plate of the morning. I could have shot this kid all day long. What a face!http://www.apug.org/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=11452&stc=1&d=1216830795
Robert! These are great! More!
Thanks Bill, Yesterday they dragged me back to the darkroom, kicking and screaming, to get caught up on more film work and platinum printing. It was the first time this year that I got to spend the entire day doing wet plate. Here's one of Tommy ( the young boy/mascot) with his father's team. The gentleman in the top hat and tails is the umpire. http://www.apug.org/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=11454&stc=1&d=1216835797
Being so green at this it was quite a challenge. We had scattered thunderstorms throughout the day so the light was changing constantly. Exposure times were all over the place. I was guessing all day long.
-sent from my Commodore 64
I'm using OS X 10.4.11 with Safari 3.1.2 without problems.
On a related note, where do they get their knickers? I'd love to have a pair!
Sorry Justin, I didn't inquire about their tailors. But I'm sure there are a few companies specializing in these type uniforms. Try google.
I don't know much about knickers but I loved these guys hats.http://www.apug.org/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=11459&stc=1&d=1216891378
Here's a still life I did for the cover of their program. http://www.apug.org/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=11460&stc=1&d=1216895238
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