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    Thanks Rudiger Your card arrived today. I really like the tonal values of the print and the coulomb detail on the left side of the print especially taken at 1/15 of a second . Well done. I never used Spur SLD or Separol NE it looks a good combination.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HowardDvorin View Post
    I have another question. I would like to display these cards. Can anyone make any suggestions?
    In a previous round somone mentioned that they got a postcard display rack from a store closing and put all the APUG postcards in it in for visitors to browse through. I've wanted to do this too, but I can't seem to find one that is not way over priced. I would make one, but my total free time right now is somewhere in the negative numbers...

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    Received a whole bunch of new cards in the last couple of days:

    Tom Kershaw: nice almost abstract detail from a Fishing Boat Hull - and the post office decided to get into the act, by adding even more detail . Surprisingly, they work together.

    Greg - Buster 6x6: a timeless photo - "Customers Needed" could have been taken in almost any year in the last 60 (although the haircuts are probably too short for the 1970s and 1980s).

    Mark Fisher: The "Busy Bee ride" photo definitely made me chuckle - although I confess I didn't notice the "V" signal at first. Also, although it seems to be possible, I just can't quite pick up Mark's reflection on that shiny nose!

    Pete H.: "Aberhus Festuing" - wonderfully evocative image with nice, meaty shadows and a remarkeable lack of flare given that the image of the sun is right there; and

    BWKate: That image of the railing just sings. Who says what hapens (is seen) in Las vegas, stays in Las Vegas .

    All are great, and are much appreciated.

    Matt

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    Received Tom Kershaw: 's postcard of a boat hull. Very nice texture. There was this black loopy pattern to the left of the hook thing (can you tell I'm not a boat person) and I kept looking at it thinking that it was a smudge made by the post office but I think it's in the original! Couldn't figure it out for awhile.

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    I've been offline for a while but I posted my cards on Jan 15. I'm checking today from an internet cafe without all the cards that I have been receiving but let me say that I wait with anticipation every day for the 11:00 delivery.
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    My ten postcards are going in the mail today. I coated ten sheets of paper with cyanotype emulsion but ended up getting only 8 good prints. It seems that due to the midwinter sun my exposures ended up being 12 minutes vice 6 in summer. Coffee toning then takes another hour or so. I still was not happy with the exposure on the good prints, but had only so much time and sun to work with:^) I ended up sending two different images that I had previously printed to make the full ten. I apologize to the two that didn't get the coffee toned cyanotype, and sorry I could make enough prints for everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salmonoid View Post
    My ten postcards are going in the mail today. I coated ten sheets of paper with cyanotype emulsion <snip> the coffee toned cyanotype, and sorry I could make enough prints for everyone.
    Wow, there will be 10 very lucky people. Even if I am not one of them, thanks so much for being so dedicated and generous.

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    Two more cards today:

    Simulatordan: I love the geometrical composition. Do you see much difference on the Ilford RC with Cooltone dev versus other neutral/warmtone developers? Just asking because I've found it hard to make much difference.

    James (Blackmelas): Wow - the tones! Stunning. It sounds as though you've worked hard to get there, but the end result is tremendous.

    I wish I'd been involved in earlier exchanges, with all these great cards coming

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster6X6 View Post
    ... I never used Spur SLD or Separol NE it looks a good combination.
    Yes, Spur SLD gives me more speed for the HP5. Although I like HP5 in Perceptol (my second combination) more, SLD gives nice and sharp results.

    Thanks for your comments and your card
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    Quote Originally Posted by MattKing View Post
    Received a whole bunch of new cards in the last couple of days:

    Tom Kershaw: nice almost abstract detail from a Fishing Boat Hull - and the post office decided to get into the act, by adding even more detail . Surprisingly, they work together.

    Matt
    What details might those be?

    Tom.



 

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