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    Postcard Exchange #28 Comments and Feedback

    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Thoms View Post
    Thank you, I found then via Matt's directions but I appreciate the easy linking

    Too bad I just missed the entrant bit... :/


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    Ooops double post.
    Last edited by ozphoto; 03-04-2013 at 01:53 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Is there a sticky on the exchange? I'd like to understand sizes and requirements, I CAN'T print optically so does this mean I can't participate?
    I don't always have access to a darkroom. Have had to send inkjets for several previous rounds as per:

    "I moved and my darkroom is not yet finished, am I allowed to send inkjet prints?
    You are allowed to do so. The only rule is that the capture media should be a traditional media like film, polaroid etc. But you are allowed to scan and print but please do not over-photoshop your image, this is the APUG postcard exchange, keep it in mind."

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    Postcard Exchange #28 Comments and Feedback

    Quote Originally Posted by ozphoto View Post
    I don't always have access to a darkroom. Have had to send inkjets for several previous rounds as per:

    "I moved and my darkroom is not yet finished, am I allowed to send inkjet prints?
    You are allowed to do so. The only rule is that the capture media should be a traditional media like film, polaroid etc. But you are allowed to scan and print but please do not over-photoshop your image, this is the APUG postcard exchange, keep it in mind."
    Thanks


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    The baby is sleeping again!!!

    All postcards are printed. I'm doing labels today and will drop at the post office tomorrow!

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    Yesterday I fount the find carf from MattKing in my letterbox. The water works as a polarisation filter so the photo has a near Infrared look.
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    Re: Postcard Exchange #28 Comments and Feedback

    Sent out my 20 postcards a few days ago.

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    Received a great card, Cairn, from Darwin last week, lovely print, thanks

    I've finished mine and I'll post them in the next few days.

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    Recieved "Fleeting Moment" from Rince a few days ago. Very nice print. Good critical focus and extremely shallow DOF!

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    Two cards arrived in BKK today:

    Rince
    's "Fleeting Moment" - I enjoy seeing everyday objects captured in the most simplistic of ways. Great use of DOF, and muted contrast range.
    BoxBrownie's "Down by the Jetty" - a really lovely scene. (At first I thought it could be TH - the Chao Praya.) Lovely tonal range - think I need to pick up some Rollei 100 Retro to try myself.



 

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