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    OK I sent my prints out this afternoon. Hope you guys like them. I realized as I write this that I didn't include any info, so here it is:

    Toy Camera: Lomo Fisheye Camera - http://www.lomography.com/
    Film: Kodak Gold 400
    Paper: Kodak Royal (?)
    Mounted on 4 ply and matted with 8 ply, both acid free museum board
    Location: Bradley Airport, CT as I was boarding the plane on the tarmac

    This is a cool little camera. I took a whole series of pics as I went from Bradley to St Louis one day for a business trip.

    Regards, Art.
    Last edited by gr82bart; 05-09-2006 at 09:57 AM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: Wrong airport
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    Bastiaan - I got your print today. It is superb! Very good choice for the Holga look

    I was really impressed with your printing. This is the first FB print I've handled (that was made by someone else!) and I liked the subtleness of the tones. Beautifully done.

    Can you tell me how you got the print so flat? There's not a curl or a bump on it! I've never managed that degree of flatness with FB - what is your secret?

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    My prints went out late wednsday night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raucousimages
    My prints went out late wednsday night.
    Holy cow! That pic was taken with a toy camera?! It's beautifully composed, sharp where it needs to be and very well printed. Thanks so much.

    Regards, Art.
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    Bastiaan,

    I also received yours. Very nice. The perspective is great.

    Mine will go out tomorrow, I hope. I printed them a few weeks back but haven't gotten round to posting.

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    Mine hit the mail today.

    Dave, your print was breathtaking. You are definitely getting the fuzzy end of this lolipop.

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    Cheers Pete.

    I got yours on Saturday - lovely Holga effect

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    Mine all went out yesterday. Sorry for the delay.

    Decided to send two -- one Lubitel, one box camera.

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    Cheers Matt - yours arrived a couple of days ago. Damn, I'm going to have to buy a lubitel now

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    The Lubitel is a genuinely good camera, in my experience. The ergonomics of using it aren't great but when the lens is stopped down a few stops and used on a tripod you can get pretty impressive prints.

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