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    We had about 50 people in Newport - each and every one just as friendly, creative and sharing as you'd expect - more like a family reunion than like a meeting.

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    Curt;

    There are generic pictures of pouring dry plates posted here. They were made in 4x5 size and poured by Mark Osterman of George Eastman House. This method was used to pour plates as large as 11x14 back about 100 years ago and are still valid.

    Samples of his emulsion formula, and his negatives are also posted here. I posted them with his kind permission.

    PE

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    Is San Bernardino,CA in the PNW? I think people in Venisuala would consider it to be.
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    Looking forward to seeing you guys on Saturday. Thanks for organizing this.

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    It was great seeing your work!

    I will be taking your workshop in January, I just need to find the money. I'll need to sell some equipment I've been meaning to get rid of, which should get me the required amount.

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    William,

    That's great news. It was a real pleasure talking with you. I can hardly wait to see what you do with your own emulsions!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwross View Post
    William,
    It was a real pleasure talking with you.
    Lisewise, Denise.

    Your Silvergums looked amazing. I also liked seeing samples of the commercial and handmade baryta prints. I've been wanting to see the difference between the two.

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