I'm giving away 100 ft of B&W film.

Discussion in 'B&W: Film, Paper, Chemistry' started by Max Cooper, Sep 22, 2009.

  1. Max Cooper

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    Good luck with the digital, Max!
    As for the project, I prefer to keep it for myself until it’s finished, instead of disclosing it just to participate in a private contest, with no authorship warranties, but plenty of freedoms from your part, and all these for a unique award: an old bulk roll film. No, thanks!
    Once again, good luck with your digital.
     
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    That is very generous of you to pass such a nice favour on. I hope the film finds the right person!
     
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    Phenix, I don't know what "authorship warranties" I'd offer to people who are merely posting links to their own websites. I'm not asking them to submit images. Just trying to pay it forward.
     
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    Max, I’m not the one to give even a square foot of a kingdom for what is not even sure to be a horse.:D

    Why don’t you just give it to a school in your town, with no further conditions? What can one do with this roll, other than shot it? Do you want to control what he/she shots? Or are you fishing something else?
     
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    I'm posting to clarify, for those folks who read a thread before they click on the link. Here's how it works.

    1 - You post a link to your website.
    2 - I like your work.**
    3 - I send you 100ft of Arista (Fomapan) 400 that is still fresh and has been refrigerated since it was shipped to my door.
    4 - End of story.

    **Or, if I don't like your work, I send you nothing, and you are out nothing but the time it took you to post a comment on my blog. I'm not going to steal your photos, or post your photos, or submit them to stock agencies, or photoshop naked women into them. I don't want to "control" what you shoot. I want to pass along a favor in the same manner in which it was passed to me. The most I get out of this is extra traffic on my blog.