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    Mine's been mailed and should have arrived by now. Unless he has a very small P.O. Box. That is a worry. Masonite won't fold very well. Let's see the U.S.P.O. fold this stiffner.

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    hello,

    I've posted my package to you today. hope you like it.

    Regards Daniel

    [gr82bart's note: Daniel, I edited your post to keep it a surprise (blind) for the recipient.]
    Last edited by gr82bart; 04-03-2006 at 07:30 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Hello gr82bart,

    Thanks for that. I should have thought before I sent it.

    Regards Daniel

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    sent mine out last week. couldn't decide on a print, so i sent two. i'm disappointed that i made the prints on a holga enlarger, when, the next day i was given an omega b22xl. i wanted the prints to be matted, but that was going to break the bank with the int'l postage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffneedham
    i'm disappointed that i made the prints on a holga enlarger, when, the next day i was given an omega b22xl. i wanted the prints to be matted, but that was going to break the bank with the int'l postage.
    Jeff,

    I'm certain that whoever gets your prints will appreciate them. I know that I love the variety of formats, processes and materials I get - in addition to the subject matter. One of the many positive reasons for particpating in these exchanges.

    It will be a great surprise for that individual.

    Regards, Art.
    Visit my website at www.ArtLiem.com
    or my online portfolios at APUG and ModelMayhem

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    I'm looking forward to being able to give my print in person at the APUG conference next month. And, I think I will get one there as well - this is cool!!
    Robert M. Teague
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    Hello Jeffneedham,

    Your prints arrived Monday morning. I glad you couldn't decide which to send they are great. Thank you.

    Regards Daniel

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatordan
    Hello Jeffneedham,

    Your prints arrived Monday morning. I glad you couldn't decide which to send they are great. Thank you.

    Regards Daniel
    You're quite welcome, I'm glad you like them.

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    To my blind exchange partner, your print has been posted today in a tube, I hope your PO box is long enough?

    Mick.

    [Edited by Art: I replaced the person's name to keep the exchange 'blind'.]
    Last edited by gr82bart; 04-10-2006 at 02:36 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    aAAAAAAARrrrghhhh!!!
    Yesterday was the perfect day. I have had my stack of prints ready and flat from my latest printing session. Enough time has passed since then to regain a little objectivity when looking at them for the selection/editing.
    I pick a few for spotting, and (this is a first) don't screw them up too badly!
    I cut the foam core mounting board - no problems there either.
    I actually bang off three mattes in rapid succession with no blood loss (also a first).
    Moral of the story, I have spotted, mounted and matted my prints for the exchange! I'm really proud... I go to bed feeling content.

    This morning, the usual routine: shower, make coffee, drink coffee while geting dressed. I stop by the table and admire the matted prints. I pick up the centerpiece print to view it in better light. I put the print back down to realize that I have now placed a big fat coffee stained thumb-print right on the matte!

    I could have cried. Of course, I have finished the foam core board. I don't know if I can replace the matte... I'm not happy and content.

    All this to say... the prints almost made it to the mail. Now, well... slight delay. I apologise to my designated recipient while I remedy! Any ideas how to get a coffee stain out of a white matte? :rolleyes:
    If you tone it down alot, it almost becomes bearable.

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