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    100% Grade A Novice here.

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    As I give workshop , I should say Expert.
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    Been at this for about a year, so would that classify me as a novice or an intermediate? Also, I started LF at the same time as pd/pt printing so there's an extra step to deal with Having seen the prints of others I would say novice.

    Also, I plan on trying out a couple of different processes for the next couple of exchanges--make my own glass plates for exposing and printing (dry plate, not wet plate), gum bichromate, gum over palladium, tri-color gum, albumen, cyanotype, etc. etc. etc... there are just so many!
    Let's see what I've got in the magic trash can for Mateo!

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    Put me down as Intermedate. I do Carbon, Pt/Pd, Kallitype, VDB, and Cyantypes

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    I know how to make my stuff look good. And then, I have been "outed" as an "expert" in this thread, so put that "e" behind my name.

    Although at home, I consider myself world famous....
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    Quote Originally Posted by gr82bart
    Hi Don,

    I think it would help Carl out if people declared themselves experts or novices - via PM or by posting here.

    Regards, Art.
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    Gum novice here. So much I want to learn in this field. Looking for an internet buddy to walk me through tri-colour gum next year if anyone is mad enough to take me on.

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    I have never attempted any alt processes before, so put me down as a novice.

    Although by the time we actually send out the prints I hope to have some nice Pd/Pt prints to share.

    Jim
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Lipka
    I know how to make my stuff look good. And then, I have been "outed" as an "expert" in this thread, so put that "e" behind my name.

    Although at home, I consider myself world famous....
    Joe,

    LOL. At home we all should be treated as superstars :-)

    For me, how about half an e? On a good day, I feel quite capable, on a bad day, well, let's not talk about that...

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    If there is any space left I would like to join in round 2 .

    If accepted I will submit some of my cyanotypes that I have just started with (Thanks to John_Brewer)

    Status = NOVICE

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