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    LF images published

    Ink Magazine, a Connecticut lifestyle/arts publication, has included 5 images from my ongoing series "The Last Bell Factory in America" in an article about Bevin Bros., a family owned company that has made only high quality bells since 1832. These were all made on 4x5 320Tri-X, processed in PMK pyro. (Sorry Steve, no stand development yet ). They are on my blog at http://rjphil.blogspot.com.
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    Congratulations, looks like a very nice publication of your photos, also layout wise in the magazine.
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    "The nineteenth century began by believing that what was reasonable was true, and it wound up by believing that what it saw a photograph of, was true." - William M. Ivins Jr.

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    Congrats Ralph, those are very nice images.

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    Fabulous. Congratulations.
    When I grow up, I want to be a photographer.

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    Nice to see the CT originated images on your blog, including one of the "Bell Factory" images that I think you posted here once before.

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    How cool, congrats!
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    Awesome! Some actual Photographs published. Great place for LF to be used. Congrats!
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    Thanks everyone. I was hoping to have the credit read "Large format photographs by R.J. Phil", but they just used my name. Hey, at least they got the spelling right.
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