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    I think that's one extra New York in there for good measure.

    I finally just bought a package of labels in the same format as Nige's. It was getting annoying having to reformat them for the 1x4" labels of which I seem to have an endless supply.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nige
    David's is amusing... New York, New York, NY... The postman might burst into song! Also, MikeG's lengthy address was even longer!
    Sorry about my address!! It is all needed, but you can put the postcode on the same line as the county if it makes it fit better on the label. So, something like;

    Shropshire. SY......,
    UK

    or even

    Shropshire. SY......, UK.

    As a last resort you can miss off the county completely but you have to be absolutely sure that you've got the postcode correct.

    You wouldn't believe the problems I've had typing my address into US websites which believe that an address should be a maximum of 2 or 3 lines long!

    Cheers

    Mike

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    I just got Gary and Mick's cards today. Great job. Mick, tell your brother it isn't your photography skills that need help.

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    I got a postcard but havent gotton the adresses for the other people
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    the list of addresses was sent to your e-mail. if you didn't get it you were supposed to inform nige.

    And I too reiceved Mick's card, it was great.

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    Marko, have sent you the list again. I reckon its your gmail account doing some filtering...

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    TOday is my happy day! Got postcards from Daniel, glbeas, Mick, and Chris Pandino. I love them all. It's interesting to see what a difference of style and subject from a same piece of paper.

    Mick, your brother must be thrilled to have a portrait like this.

    My postcards going out on coming Monday.

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    I got GaryB's postcard today. Gorgeous print! It clearly blows away the RC stuff I'm using. Would you be willing divulge the print/paper/dev/exposure details to this ign'ant printer?

    That one print alone was worth the price of admission...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pandino
    I got GaryB's postcard today. Gorgeous print! It clearly blows away the RC stuff I'm using. Would you be willing divulge the print/paper/dev/exposure details to this ign'ant printer?

    That one print alone was worth the price of admission...
    It's just fiber base kodabromide postcard paper, very old stuff. It's lost speed and contrast but I could compensate with a contrasty negative, a 4x5 time exposure on Ektapan. RC has some very good uses but knock your socks off aint one of them!
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    Boy, I don't know how you guys can get these things printed in 1-2 hrs!!! Took me about 3.5 hrs. Oh well, it took just about as long to get the postage from the USPS...I guess adding up stamp values is not one of their strengths. At any rate, they are printed and posted as of today!!! Yea!

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