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    Quote Originally Posted by gr82bart View Post
    Hey Carl,

    Can you post the handles next to people's names? It would make it easier to find them for PMing purposes.

    Thanks, Art.
    Carl Radford - CarlRadford (I-ish)
    Phill Dresser - philldresser (B/I)
    Allen Friday - Allen Friday (B)
    Rory Earnshaw - rorye (E-i) this guy is just too modest
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    Monty ???? - Zebra (I)
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    Donald Stewart - (I) (personal communication)
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    Carl,
    How do we contact Donald Stewart for this exchange? Saying personal communication above is kind of vague.

    Diane
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    Quote Originally Posted by colrehogan View Post
    Carl,
    How do we contact Donald Stewart for this exchange? Saying personal communication above is kind of vague.

    Diane
    Hi Diane

    You've been pm'd - I'll contact the rest of the group when I have his permission to post details to you all.

    Cheers, Carl

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    Fred Wong Print

    I have revieved a great print from Fred Wong. Palladium which has been subsequently toned in Gold Chloride which is a process I have not yet tried and one that I will need to look into. Thanks very much Fred. Mine will be printed tomorrow and hopefully in the post by the weekend.

    All the very best, Carl

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    We're fortunate to have some good sun today, so albumens are cooking--long overdue for round 3 and on the early side for round 4. These are the first prints I'm making other than Polaroids since Melchior was born about twelve weeks ago.
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    Thank you for the kind words, Carl and Monty. The gold was actually added to the sensitizer, not toned afterward, an error on my part, if I did not make it clear on the description. I find gold warms the print colour, especially with this particular developer.

    I also have learned something in the process, and I am actually reevaluating the development regimen. This particular negative was developed in Pyrocat HD for silver printing, but I was pleasantly surprised by the result, printing in palladium. I may not need to routinely develop to the higher contrast, with the 10x8, as I do normally now. Some testing is required, now.

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    Interesting Fred...

    As I look at the print the unexposed borders of the print would appear to be bronzed - they are not solid black or therabouts - yet there are real blacks in the print is this a result of the gold?

    Cheers, Carl

    Quote Originally Posted by FredW View Post
    Thank you for the kind words, Carl and Monty. The gold was actually added to the sensitizer, not toned afterward, an error on my part, if I did not make it clear on the description. I find gold warms the print colour, especially with this particular developer.

    I also have learned something in the process, and I am actually reevaluating the development regimen. This particular negative was developed in Pyrocat HD for silver printing, but I was pleasantly surprised by the result, printing in palladium. I may not need to routinely develop to the higher contrast, with the 10x8, as I do normally now. Some testing is required, now.

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    Carl, I do believe so, I have been told that its the result of the solariziation, i.e. gross overexposure.

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    My images are made and will be in the post on Monday!

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    Beautiful print from John Brewer

    Received a beautiful Gum over Cyanotype of Victoria Plums from John Brewer today. Very nice. Makes me want to try that process.

    Hopefully I'll be home enough soon to get my prints done.

    Steve
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