This was proposed for the large format shooters. A couple had tried. Well
not sure I understand this?
Don't see anywhere in the thread that says it's for LF shooters.
- keeping it to 8x10 for postage and participation purposes (more people likely to participate if the prints aren't monsters)
- Any format film
- Traditional prints only, can be FB, RC, alternative process, lab produced
If you want to avoid having an organiser, just run a exchange on the same basis that other ones get run here (or used to.. I haven't done one for awhile) where you have small groups and send the prints (3-4) direct. Costs more in postage but simpler.
[QUOTE=Nige;983338]- Traditional prints only, can be FB, RC, alternative process, lab produced
if we only permit traditional prints that are commercially produced then I'm out...ALL the local labs I use are in the process of phasing out their "wet" labs, and are doing all their printing on "dry (inkjet)" labs.
Based on my experience I actually prefer the inkjet prints as I get the colors I'm expecting, not the color the printer thinks I want..
I scan all my color work because thats how labs work now - they don't print optically....and I can't afford to get 10 prints done at a custom lab that still prints color using a enlarger just to share....
A camera is only a black box with a hole in it....