Postcard Exchange - Round 10 Comments and Results

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  1. reellis67

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    Thanks to everyone for being part of this round! I've created this thread as a place to put comments and announcements for this round, so please post here rather than in the sign-up thread. I'll move the posts from there here in a moment. Also, congratulation to those who have already printed their cards! You all are a fair bit ahead of me this time.

    A quick note about some extra Postcard recipients:

    If you are interested in printing one extra card for Simon at Ilford, I've posted his mailing address in the sign-up post on the last page. If you would be interested in printing an extra card or two, I have two people that signed up right at the deadline who would love to exchange cards with you. Just shoot me a PM or an email and I will forward your name to them and theirs to you.

    Thanks!

    - Randy

    P.S. Here is the list of people and their APUG handles in Round 10 of the Exchange

    Buster6x6 - Greg Dejanovic
    jeffb - Brian Jeffery
    jmontero - Javier Montero
    rst - Ruediger Stobbe
    rwyoung - Robert Young
    KingJon - Jonathan King
    Rlibersky - Randy Libersky
    mikeg - Mike Groves
    Mike Wilde - Mike Wilde
    matti - Matti Palm
    Mark_S - Mark Sauerwald
    Stan160 - Ian Harding
    PepMiro - Josep Miro
    gr82bart - Art Liem
    HowardDvorin - Howard Dvorin
    Tom Kershaw - Tom Kershaw
    Pete H - Peter Harris
    BWKate - Kate Seymour
    kraker - J(acco).F. de Kraker
    Mick Fagan - Mick Fagan
    Black Dog - Jake Williams
    Mark Fisher - Mark Fisher
    simulatordan - Daniel J. McNaughton
    bmccarthy007 - Brian McCarthy
    IngoBohn - Ingo Bohn
    blackmelas - James Herbst
    Bob F. - Bob
    Justin Low - Justin Low
    Bastiaan - Bastiaan Spruijt
    ozphoto - Nanette Reid
    hal9000 - Hal Zabin
    Lynda - Lynda Pavek
    Anupam Basu- Anupam Basu
    Mattg - Matthew Gorringe
    brchambe - Brian Chambers
    Don Grindstaff - Donald Grindstaff
    Tim Gray - Tim Gray
    Andrew West – Andrew West
    Reellis67 - Randall Ellis
    kwadjo - Nick Carpentieri
    timeUnit - Henning Sjögren
    ScottH - Scott Hamming
    Salmoniod - Tim Gordish
    Jim Bradley - Jim Bradley
    gordrob - Gordon Robinson
    jstraw - Michael Newman
    Allen Friday - Allen Friday
    Samad Asad - Samad Asad
    BirgerA - Birger Aune
    MattKing - Matt King
    rmartin – Rob Martin
    SAShruby - Peter Hruby
     
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  2. ozphoto

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    Just got my list, and apologies to those of you who are on it in advance. I'm currently in Japan on a 6 week photo shoot, so I won't be able to send mine out until early May.
    Cheers from Down Under.
    Nanette
     
  3. rst

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    Cards coming late are always a nice surprise in the mailbox. I received the last card of round 9 while the cards of round 10 are already arriving - so I think it is important that people send their cards, no matter when. And BTW early May is still in this rounds timeframe.

    ciao
    -- Ruediger
     
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    My 41 postcards are printed, address labels are placed on the back, cards will be sent out right after Easter weekend.
     
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    Mine have already left, 42 with one for Simon.

    Mick.
     
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    Mine are ready to go when the post office reopens after Easter.

    I tried printing the labels directly on the back. This was not an unmitigated success: the wet ink gets onto the paper feed rollers and tracks down the card :confused:
     
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    Wow, I'm not even sure I'm going to use an existing negative. I might use one I shot yesterday and processed last night. I did order my postcard paper.
     
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    All 41 cards are printed and ready to go after long weekend. If someone that is not on my list and wants a card exchanged I have three more printed. Let me know and we can exchange addresses.

    Cheers Greg
     
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    You know what would be cool? To have specific galleries for each postcard exchange, print exchange, traveling portfolio, etc. They'd have to go up after the fact to avoid spoiling surprises.
     
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    http://www.apug.org/gallery/showgallery.php?cat=512

    Not specific to an individual postcard exchange though...
     
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    There is a postcard exchange gallery and you can specify which round. Nobody seems to post their cards anymore. I will post my Round#9 cards now that the round is over.
     
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    ... I tried to post my postcard of round 9 in the gallery - but there were authorization problems. :sad:
     
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    Yeah, you have to be a subscriber I'm afraid to post in the gallery...

    - Randy
     
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    So my cards are on their way and should hit your mailboxes soon. I hope you will like it.

    ciao
    -- Ruediger
     
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    I've done test prints and my postcard paper is on a Fedex truck for delivery to me today.
     
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    There we go again.My first card arrived today.Thanks to Mike Wilde "Poverty Acres Abandon" arrived today with beautiful tonality and dissolute feeling of time past. Thanks Mike, well done.

    Cheers Greg :smile:

    Keep them coming!
     
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    My postcards were sent out yesterday evening.
     
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    Wow, what a start, today arrived four cards one from Mike Wilde, one from Mick Fagan, one from Ingo Bohn and my own card. I will comment on the cards later en bloc, but so far very nice ...

    ciao
    -- Ruediger
     
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    Heard from one recipient that the stamp got lost on his card. I hate these #@! things... Last time the address labels got lost partly. *grrr*
     
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    There is always a third try, so let's hope for round 11 :wink:

    ciao
    -- Ruediger
     
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    Sent cards today to Jeffb,Simon galley, Bob F,Tom Kershaw and Simueltordan.
     
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    Received my first two cards today.

    Beautiful tones in Mick Fagan's Billilla House and I like the compostional effect of the tree on the right.

    A great fun card from Ingo Bohn - or is it Ruediger? Very creative and well executed. :D

    Mine are in the post this evening.
     
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    Three 'cards arrived today

    One from Rudiger or mayby Ingo which I like a lot and look forward to part 2 from Ingo or Rudiger.

    Another from Mike Fagan - Stunning picture beautifully printed

    and finally BlackDog's winter landscape; not a lot of the white stuff down here in Cornwall ever. Great image.

    regards Daniel
     
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    I'm taking my stack to the mail right now...
     
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    I got a very nice postcard from Maine today. Thank you Mark_S.

    I'm not sure on the protocal for describing images so I won't.

    I didn't include as much technical information on mine as Mark did. So, recipients...mine is FP4+ and 510-Pyro 1:500 with a Super Angulon 90mm and no filter. Printed on MGIV glossy postcard paper in Zone VI dev 1:3.