Ghost, Glad you like the print. As you noticed I have made my shipping post office proof. The Postal Service will have to stamp with a 12 ga. shotgun to damage prints now.
Yes! thanks for the great idea, I will be doing the same thing as mine will be going across the pond - I just need to find some scrap material for the size of my print.
I'm really enjoying the print and it gives me aspirations since I recently acquired an 8x10 last week. Eventually, I hope I can do Pt./Pd. prints as well as you do.
Last edited by ghostcount; 11-03-2009 at 09:06 PM. Click to view previous post history.
I have concluded my six hour session. Prints going out this week.
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Prints go tomorrow. I'll mark myself off the list. Oh, got a great gift fromLaurent over the weekend. Thank you very much.
I just received a really stunning pt/pd print from Peter Spangenberg. Thank you Peter!
Great! It's the first time I see a REAL pt/pd print, really fantastic.
My print is drying in my darkroom, probably I'll send it next monday.
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An update. I have only 14 0f 40 sent, 8 of 40 received and one dropped out thus far. Just a tally.
I marked you down as received, Simone.
Last edited by Christopher Walrath; 11-11-2009 at 06:02 PM. Click to view previous post history.
Hi Simone- I'm thrilled you like the print, and I appreciate your nice comments. I was a little worried about the shipping, so I hope the poster tube worked out.
I will send my print out tomorrow.
The shipping is a worry for all of us I guess.
Originally Posted by Peter Spangenberg
What is the best pratice?
I hesitate to use a tube like Peter. I put mine in a reinforced envellop (I do not have the vocabulary in English it is reinforced with a sheet of plastic with air bububles). I also put my photographies between two sheets of cardboard.
How did you do?
Last edited by Romary; 11-13-2009 at 01:59 AM. Click to view previous post history.
I used a prepaid enveloppe, with an additional cardboard to protect the print. I don't know it safe it's been, but Christopher may tell us how the print was at arrival ?
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