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    Popped into Silverprint yesterday to pick up my copy. What a great book - this will keep me busy for a lifetime! Sorry to have missed the informal launch on Saturday.

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    I, too, would like to get a copy of The Master Photographer’s Toning Book without paying over the minimum order quantity is £100. Also the website, http://timrudman.com/content/toning-book-reprint, does not show how to get it shipped outside Europe.

    I requested that I be added to the mailing list in an email.

    Also, how can I get a signed copy?

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    Ignore the '£100', the system's set to accept a smaller order for this item. Put the standard carriage against the item & we'll email back with the actual charge for your location.

    The only way of getting a signed copy though, is to wait till Tim is back from his travels to Australia, which will be some time.

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    I received my signed copy today. Thanks Tim. I guess there will be no sleep for me tonight!

    Steve
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    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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    Hallo,

    Just a quick note here to say that I too have just got this book delivered today - skimming through it as we speak, a wonderful resource - should be required reading I think!

    Out of interest, I wonder how the sales are going? Has the hype here been translated into actual sales, I do hope so. Brave move to reprint and one that I hope is a success.

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    I just got the email then that my university's library has listened to my request and ordered a copy for the collection. I'll be ordering my own tonight.
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    congratulations Tim

    Congratulations and I hope sales on the new book are better than expected.
    Maybe we can have a book signing party while you are here next September.
    If we can be of help in any way let us know, and bring/send as many books with you as you can. I'm sure the 30 students will each want one, if there are any left by then.
    Bud

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    Quote Originally Posted by Formulary/Bud Wilson View Post
    Congratulations and I hope sales on the new book are better than expected.
    Maybe we can have a book signing party while you are here next September.
    If we can be of help in any way let us know, and bring/send as many books with you as you can. I'm sure the 30 students will each want one, if there are any left by then.
    Bud
    Thanks Bud!
    I would love to bring books to the workshops but the airline weight restrictions will make that impractical unfortunately. It's hard enough to get a caseful of workshop prints down to weight in addition one of to cameras, tripod, film, boots - on yes, and a few clothes!
    Sorry not to be with you this year. Sydney is lovely right now though! ;-)
    PS. Your new website looks good!
    Tim



 

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