Received a great polaroid print from Art. Must try some colour polaroid, it looks great. Slight greeny colour cast from the long exposure I presume which just adds to the overall image. It's an intriguing image. Very pleasing. Thanks.
Sheets are dev'd but still not printed yet. New addition to the family taking up all my spare time at the mo.... He's called Buddy and he's an 8 week old mischievious Border Collie. Will get prints done soonest and sent out.
And this afternoon I got two fantastic prints in the mailbox, one from Art and one from Ralph. The first one is a Pola-pinhole (green and quite atmosheric, quite impressive indeed) and the second a print made out of a 8x10 neg (wow !!!) taken in a street that looks much like a prop for a Western starring John Wayne (to me, at least)...
Thank you guys, these are really great pinhole pictures, they make me think that I should get to work to improve my technique...
Prints are on their way to Freneticist and Doyle Thomas (not a known relative ). Still waiting for the third address. I had to improvise a bit on packaging, maybe by next time I'll locate a source of "ideal" padded envelopes.
For previews, I added a scan of one of the prints to the APUG group on the WPPD gallery; it should be here. Or it may be seen at slightly higher resolution through the next link...
Results of the whole WPPD trek, pinhole and otherwise, may be found at my PBase gallery. Details of the Bronica SQ-Hole camera appear on this page.
It was fun -- I might even do it again!
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Received picture from Doyle Thomas about two weeks ago, and (no excuses) failed to post that I had received. Pic is Pink Rodi Flowers. Doyle included a "section" of the original negative. Doyle provided information on camera, settings, print method. Matted/framed/signed. Fantastic job and pic. Thanks.
Received print from DWThomas today. As I like pics of bridges, and did my photo-essay for one of my photog classes, this was an ideal pic of an historical site. The Tunkhannock Viaduct. David was kind enough to also include information regarding the history detailing the building of the bridge. Too cool!
Oh, and he included info on the camera too....
Still have not received addresses from two others in the group.
Both images were mounted. Man, I love it!!
To echo George Papantoniou's words; Definitely need to work on my photog skills
Received print from DWThomas today(no known relation although my father was born in Lost Creek W VA and I have family in the east). Very nice B/W of a historical bridge fully documented. Thank you muchly.
Still no word from dlyder.
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