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    Nice review of 14x17 Lotus View...

    ... in the latest issue of MAGNAchrom (Volume 1, Issue 6).

    here are some sample spreads:





    Also a great article on converting an older Polaroid camera into a rangefinder 4x5.

    WARNING: there *IS* quite a bit of hybrid stuff in this issue, so just wade around it if you find it objectionable.

    Anyway, it is free to download to registered users. Hopefully some of you will find it a good issue worth reading.

    Cheers
    J Michael Sullivan
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    So far I've liked what I've seen (I'm referring to the previous issues, haven't seen this one yet). I just wish there was an option to buy a print issue - I'm not very fond of reading mags on the computer, but I try...!


    Good job, please keep it up!


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    Nice issue, I've read it yesterday. So, are you thinking about becoming an APUG sponsor?
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    I agree! I'd pay for a subscription to a print edition. I don't read very well at the computer. I read on the couch, in bed, and on airplanes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrPablo View Post
    I agree! I'd pay for a subscription to a print edition.
    That is the goal -- but first we have to become profitable. Currently hemoraging money. Within a year we hope to have several versions of each issue available -- the goal is for the 75dpi downloadable versions to continue to be free, while high-res CD-ROM and print-on-demand versions will be for sale. If I can find a willing graphic designer to convert Issues 1-3 into the new vertical format, we can then offer a book version of the entire Volume 1 -- all six issues in one bound volume.

    Until then wish us luck (and do try to support us -- for without your support we cannot possibly survive).

    And lastly: we are actively looking for medium and large format photography to showcase in our magazine. Send pmail to editor "at" magnachrom "dot" com with a contribution proposal.

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    J Michael Sullivan
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    Shameless self promotion ...

    keep it up!

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    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

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    How could I obtain the latest issue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Z. View Post
    How could I obtain the latest issue?

    Thanks,

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    Download it for free (requires registration) from http://www.magnachrom.com/
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    Photography (not as up to date as the flickr site)--http://www.davidagoldfarb.com/photo
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    I do like to have a mag in my hand to read, however, I also do enjoy being able to zoom in and make the print larger!
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    If you have access to a printer that can print 11x17", there are instructions inside the magazine for printing it. I suppose that if you don't have a printer that size, you could take it to a place like Kinko's and have it printed.
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