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    I have received two versions of the same print from Roger Cole. This is actually my favorite theme - photos of musicians playing. It's amazing how different the two prints feel. My favorite is the one on Arista Silver Artist paper. At first I thought this is a platinotype. It looks really stunning! A perfect match for the photo.

    On your comment about toning Arista paper: I guess it is a cold-tone emulsion if it resists brown toner. I would try a two-step brown toner on it. Bleach it first and then tone it. It should work.

    Once again, thank you very much Roger, that was a nice surprise!

    Eugene.

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    Most welcome Eugene, glad you liked it. I do plan to try that (and also see how it responds to selenium, maybe by getting colder if it's cold tone. It's reported to be Varycon VC emulsion on that cotton paper.) Last I looked the 8x10 is still sold out but it's been a big hit and they're supposed to get more. I just got some 11x14.

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    Was there ever a sign-up for Round 16? It was supposed to happen over this past July.

    I had to skip Round 15 for personal and professional reasons. But I was looking forward to the next one. I also noticed that Harry's last APUG activity was three months ago on 4/30/12.

    Does anyone know anything more?

    Ken
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    — Amanda Tomlin, Looking Glass Magazine, 2014

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    quiet

    as you noted, harry has been quiet here... hope he is well... anybody know anything?

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    I called Harry last week and he is OK but life is getting in a way of his hobbies as it often tends to do. So, anyone for a round of BPX 16? We could start sign up in September with prints to be sent by the end of November.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anikin View Post
    I called Harry last week and he is OK but life is getting in a way of his hobbies as it often tends to do. So, anyone for a round of BPX 16? We could start sign up in September with prints to be sent by the end of November.
    In always in!!!

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    Things have cleared for me right now, so I'd be in as well...

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    Sounds great. I have just posted a sign-up thread: http://www.apug.org/forums/forum182/...up-thread.html
    I will ask Sean to make it sticky...

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    I'll be in for that. I have some time off scheduled in October with a four day "weekend" when my wife is off work. She'll be at a writer's conference for two days of that too so I'll have time to print.

    I love my life but I could so do with 48 hours in each day or, by preference, the same income without all that working for the paycheck stuff!

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    I finally was able to send my print ! I'm absolutely sorry for being so awfully late...
    Laurent "Je suis Charlie"

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