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    Quote Originally Posted by photomc
    Made 20+ prints in the past 3 days, silver and alt. process...more production than I have ever had.
    Ditto. The problem isn't finding a print now, but deciding which one to mail out

    The first time I have EVER had that problem!
    Let's see what I've got in the magic trash can for Mateo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark
    Okay, You folks who have your stuff in the mail already make me sick. I still can't decide on a Neg. There is something wrong with each one I have shot for this.

    Maybe I can get a good one over the Thanksgiving break.
    I just haven't had the time to make a print yet! GRRR!!! I have to try and do this over the weekend. Forget Christmas shopping - there will be way too many people out anyway!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mark
    Okay, You folks who have your stuff in the mail already make me sick. I still can't decide on a Neg. There is something wrong with each one I have shot for this.
    I'm in the same boat Mark.

    To make maters worse Carl's print arrived yesterday and Gerhard's today, i'm begining to thing i'm in the wrong league here

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_Brewer
    I'm in the same boat Mark.
    This boat is getting crowded
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    I have the paper coated, the negative picked out, but I want to wait and see what the latest round of 4x5's I have shot yield. I will have them printed by the end of this weekend. (I say this with my fingers firmly crossed behind my back.)

    BTW I received Gerhards print yesterday, WOW. I'm with Alan and Mark I am really out of my league. I hope by doing this I can pick up some good pointers from the experts. What I received when I was taught this process can be written on a 4x6 note card. The rest was self taught.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John_Brewer
    To make maters worse Carl's print arrived yesterday and Gerhard's today, i'm begining to thing i'm in the wrong league here
    John,

    Not in the least! I just stopped by your web site, and your Distortion series is fantastic. I love the concept AND the execution!

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    I got Carl's today. I've got a neg picked out for mine and just need to order a few more supplies before I can print.
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    I've been having good light for printing the last few days so I am ready to print mine tomorrow. The working prints I did today turned out nice so I think I should have my final prints in the mail sometime next week...

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    I received Carl's print today, a pt/pd print of the Minster Church in Kent, England: http://www.apug.org/gallery/showphot...00&ppuser=5613 (a very good scan, in my opinion). It's an absolutely beautiful image and printed to showcase the strengths of pt/pd: a very long tonal scale with details in both the shadows and highlights. I'm very happy to have this print in my collection and I will in fact mat and frame it. Thank you, Carl!
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    You're very welcome Gerhard...

    and as I have said I will mount and matt in the future - using your system - still safe in the nowledge that they should arrive through the post ok!

    Quote Originally Posted by gbock
    I received Carl's print today, a pt/pd print of the Minster Church in Kent, England: http://www.apug.org/gallery/showphot...00&ppuser=5613 (a very good scan, in my opinion). It's an absolutely beautiful image and printed to showcase the strengths of pt/pd: a very long tonal scale with details in both the shadows and highlights. I'm very happy to have this print in my collection and I will in fact mat and frame it. Thank you, Carl!



 

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