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    Ian,

    I wasn't implying we should ignore you. I was referring to some one else who seems to deserve it. Apologies if you thought that it was you.

    Andrew

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    I'm well aware who you meant !

    So thnnks for the clarification :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Grant
    I'm very aware of how my own work fits in to the diaphora, and find his posts extremely offensive.

    Ian

    Not to get off topic, but your photogrphy is very good and I would be very interested in hearing how you see your work fitting in or what its place is.

    This is stated in all sincerity and I do not expect you to answer here.

    diaphora as in scattered mases?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helen B
    TMX is one of my favourite films for high brightness range landscapes. This is an example of a fairly contrasty scene (11 to 12 stops, if memory serves) that TMX recorded detail in everywhere. Best,
    Helen
    Well...off topic, but I don't care. Helen...that's one terrific photograph. I didn't see this in the gallery so I'll just react here. The print must be spectacular...the scan may be a bit oversharpened (too many jaggies on the layered roofing for instance) but it's one helluvan image. Nice work!!

    Ian: did you mean diaspora?
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    Ian: did you mean diaspora?
    That is what i thought...

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    I have seen Tmax film exposed and developed under many variations.
    It is one of the most underrated films out there. I did not like Tmax until I started controlled processing with a Jobo and it has proven to be a wonderful film. BTW very rarely have I seen it used as a studio film but only as a fine art film for harsh conditions. It does require some skill to use it properly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjstafford
    Three today? I think not. Perhaps you are inclined to see only negatives even where they do not exist, or are making some knid of preemptive strike of innuendo. Fear not. We are okay. All of us.
    If you'll check the date of my post you'll find that you're responding today to a post I made two days ago on the 18th. If you'll then check your own history for that date you will clearly see that there were at least three instances in which you belittled others' work. I stand by my post; I have no interest in exchanging innuendoes with you; I am not afraid; You may be right in the end - we'll probably all be okay. Though that really doesn't change the facts of the matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjstafford
    Ah, sure. Sorry to have made you wait so long to see the other side of an ignore list. Bye.
    Same goes to you bubba, welcome to my ignore list.....Bye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Carnie
    I have seen Tmax film exposed and developed under many variations.
    It is one of the most underrated films out there. I did not like Tmax until I started controlled processing with a Jobo and it has proven to be a wonderful film. BTW very rarely have I seen it used as a studio film but only as a fine art film for harsh conditions. It does require some skill to use it properly.
    Which TMax do you use? The difference between TMX and TMY is galaxies wide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MurrayMinchin
    M.S.'s twin?

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    No, I found M.S. thought-provoking. Not just ...
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