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    I am looking forward to seeing you on Saturday, very much. Might pop to the coffee place, too.
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    Hope everyone had a good time today, I ended up with Peter doing his IR course, looking forward to the Autumn print showing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulgallinule View Post
    Hope everyone had a good time today, I ended up with Peter doing his IR course, looking forward to the Autumn print showing.
    Thanks Paul, a small turnout but still a lot of prints shown and plenty of discussion on all matters analog. Rafal has his book there which sold like hot cakes.
    I think we should plan our Autumn get together early enough so as to allow time for printing.

    Cheers and thanks to everyone,

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    Hi all

    Very enjoyable meeting on Saturday.

    Rafal, The textured papers I was using were Fotospeed Tapestry and Kentmere Art Classic. Both long since gone off the market. I think that it is still possible to get a graded textured paper from Bergger in France. I have tried their Portrait Prestige. It has a white base, but might warm up in toner http://www.bergger.com/inter/fine.html.

    I thought that textured papers were effectively lost to darkroom users forever. But by total coincidence I was looking through the current edition of B&W Magazine today and see that Ilford have announced a new paper that is getting rave reviews: http://www.ilfordphoto.com/products/...graphic+Papers.

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    Thanks everyone for the meeting. I enjoyed very very much, thanks for all the support and the kind words about my book.

    The developer I mentioned is Ansco 130, sold by Photographer's Formulary as their "130 Paper Developer" (click here for link to the sales page). There are a few good and long-running discussions of this developer on APUG. Click here for one of the sticky threads on the subject.

    I look forward to meeting you again some time in the future, sooner than later. Let me know if anyone needs assistance with your own book.

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    I'm looking forward to seeing my copy of your book Rafal
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    Hi Peter - I hope you got the copy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rafal Lukawiecki View Post
    Hi Peter - I hope you got the copy.
    I got the book from Martin yesterday Rafal. I must say I'm very impressed, well done.

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    Thanks Peter! You made me blush. It's been a work of love, but now I feel I want to do another one, in a slightly larger format.

    I look forward to seeing you at the next get-together, hopefully before autumn sets in.

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