Only one day left to sign up.
Hope I'm not too late.
Here are the groups for this round. Please PM the members of your group to exchange addresses.
Also please post here when you send and receive prints, so that I can monitor activity, and help me to organize the next round.
sly, Lillian (I)
adamc, Adam (I)
paul_c5x4, Paul (B)
rst, Ruediger (B)
ghostcount, Randy (I)
UKJohn, John (I)
Tony Egan, Tony (I)
FredW, Fred (E)
andrew.vartabedian, Andrew (B)
Fleath, Alex (I)
anikin, Eugene (B)
Group 3, my prints are in the mail, hopefully they will be there within 10-14 days.
Alex, it may be a bit longer, I have never sent anything to Australia before.
I have received the print from FredW. All I can say is WOW! A beautiful warm tone palladium print. I don't want to spoil the surprise for the others in the group, but I'm really impressed!
I'm off to the garage to mix my chemicals...
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Eugene, a.k.a. anikin, you very kind. I am glad you like the print, and I look forward to seeing your print.
It has been through my participation in print exchanges, that I have now branched out from making palladium prints, into other of the alt. processes. I have been experimenting with cyanotypes, salt prints, and argyrotypes, with some success.
I will second Eugene's comment. Wow is right. Beautiful composition and tones, lots to look at and I keep going back to it.
I have sent mine out, hopefully they will reach you all soon.
Well, I tried making my first print this morning and it failed miserably - not enough exposure So it will be a bit longer before I can send my prints. I don't have a UV light, and being in Oregon, my exposure source is almost constantly hidden by the rain and clouds. This spring was the most miserable. Sorry guys, but if the weather continues the way it was, I'll be a bit late in this exchange.
Originally Posted by FredW
Thank you Andrew, I am glad you like it. I am looking forward to seeing you print. thanks.
I sent my prints off yesterday heading North on a large aeroplane! (UK and Germany heading west and US east I would suspect) In one sense, given the cost of oil and concern about environmental footprints, the postage seemed quite cheap!