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    rec'd from mark sauerwald...

    whoa! winchester cathedral - handheld, 1 second! sharp, dramatic, and well done. very impressive... thank you.

    jvo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Nadvornick View Post
    By "board" do you mean "mount"? As in using a dry mount press?
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    I mean a foam board to "glue" the image onto, often about 3 - 10 mm thick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheToadMen View Post
    I mean a foam board to "glue" the image onto, often about 3 - 10 mm thick.
    Hi Bert,

    As you already found out last round, I personally prefer to dry mount and custom matte all of my submissions. I just think it's the best possible presentation. I figure that if someone thinks the mount is too large, they can cut it down. And if they just hate the picture, they can toss it and keep the matte for use with their own pictures.

    It does also add a little weight to the package. But really not so much.

    Ken
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimO View Post
    whoa! winchester cathedral - handheld, 1 second! sharp, dramatic, and well done. very impressive... thank you.

    jvo
    Jim- Thank you. Only sort of handheld. I used a TLR, with a strap around my neck, the camera against my gut, and my back leaning against a wall. There were no tripods allowed in the cathedral....

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    Quote Originally Posted by anikin View Post
    Same here. My print is done, toned and flattened. I should be able to ship real soon.
    And after another week of procrastination, the prints are mailed! Unfortunately, I forgot to scan the prints, so I've got nothing to upload to the gallery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anikin View Post
    And after another week of procrastination, the prints are mailed! Unfortunately, I forgot to scan the prints, so I've got nothing to upload to the gallery.
    Ahhh! Hah! Perhaps your charge will have the ability and the kindness
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    I just returned from the post office. My print is in the mail.

    And when I got home I found that the post it note I had attached to the front of the Ilford MGWT box I shipped the print in, the one saying, "Finished print only, safe to open in room light" had fallen off. I presume anyone getting the package would know this but in case someone is puzzled by getting what appears to be a mostly empty box of paper from me (I didn't put anything about print exchange on the outside) never fear room light, it was just a convenient rigid box to ship the print in.

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    Damn it Roger. You whipped my butt in this round...



    Ken
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    You're all beating me!... Ugh
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    Mailed my print yesterday.
    "The problem with photography is that it only deals with appearances." Duane Michals

    "A photograph is a secret of a secret. The more it tells you the less you know." Diane Arbus

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