Sorry Christopher I have been away and very busy for a little while so havent been able to post on here. I have received two nice prints from John Young (I don't know what your username is!) The one of the foliage and garden bucket is particularily nice.
That's John Richard. I have marked that transaction off. For those who have not received. I have been in contact with a few of the senders and things are definitely moving along. Some might carry the holidays. Some are on the way. Don't want to spoil it for some but suffice it to say that we are on top of things. At this point we have half of us as confirmed received. Only 13 not sent yet but, as stated, on their way.
I dropped my print in the post this morning. It takes 3 to 5 working days, so hopefully, the recipient receives it before Christmas.
I hope that I was generous enough with the bubble wrap.
PS: I still have not received my print yet.
I received a lovely xmas print from Roger (rtbadman). I would like to thank the organizer as well as the senders to make all of us, receivers, happy to be part of the analogue community. Happy xmas to all!
Wow, thirty sent. Out of forty. Some I had missed. Some are new developments (no pun intended, well yes it was!). But this is great.
Just a quick update, I should be on the not received list. Also glad to here that my print made it to Norway.
Originally Posted by Christopher Walrath
I don't know if I forgot to post or not, but the prints I received were simply amazing. It makes the prints I sent out look like some of my high school work. I have them at the framers now. I am totally blown away.
Now I feel as if I need to practice, this very minute!
Originally Posted by JohnRichard
Glad you liked the prints.
I'm assuming that they got to you undamaged - that's the first time I've tried using a "mailing tube" ;) and was wondering whether it worked out well.
Out of curiosity, did you record what date they arrived. I'm curious how long the respective postal systems/customs departments had them in their hands.
Just received three (I feel guilty only sending one) very nice prints from McKenna. I appreciate your information as well- I'm going to have to try semi-stand development--particularly nice with the Acros 100. Thanks so much, and thanks to Chris W. for the time invested in making the exchange work.