Last week I spent another wonderful time at Photographer's Formulary in Condon Montana. Sandy King and his exceptional carbon process class. The man knows his stuff and has a box of prints to prove it. If offered again, don't mess around, get your name on the list, take the class, count your blessings. I spent most evenings and late into the wee small hours of the morning working on the process and learning the techniques offered. While waiting for exposures to come to fruition I would often retire into the front lecture room area and relax with a cup of coffee and read. One evening Bud, left a little 3 ring black leather book on the table. It had been prepared and put together by Denise Ross. I, as most of us, have been aware of the interest and ideas on emulsion making presented here on APUG. I was not ready for what I saw in Denise's little black leather book. The lady has been a bit too modest. The tonalities and and print quality attainable at this time totally caught me by surprise. The examples were lovely and exceptional. Congrats Denise. I had no idea....it's all looking really really good!