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    Ask and ye shall receive.

    Thank you denmark.yuzon. With dial up connection it was a start the download and go to bed process for 165 pages. All has arrived and I will look today. Thank you.

    Just after posting my request I picked up the snail mail. B&W magazine, issue 66, April, 2009 arrived. There is a concentration of articles celebrating the Magnum agency and many of its famous street photographers. I am not sure if this issue has arrived at the booksellers yet, but it looks very exciting.

    Thank you all. I am enjoying a new learn.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jp80874 View Post
    Just after posting my request I picked up the snail mail. B&W magazine, issue 66, April, 2009 arrived. There is a concentration of articles celebrating the Magnum agency and many of its famous street photographers. I am not sure if this issue has arrived at the booksellers yet, but it looks very exciting.

    Thank you all. I am enjoying a new learn.


    John Powers
    I'm going to head to Page One tomorrow and see if they have it in yet. I really want see that issue.

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    "B&W magazine, issue 66, April, 2009" Perhaps I should add that this is the US B&W as even in this hinterland I see an English B&W and an Australian, both vastly different in content. I don't know if there are more countries represented.

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    I've never been able to tell if that piece by Chris Weeks was intended to be a spoof, but if anyone really believes that nonsense.... The photos included should be enough proof that he should be taken lightly, let alone the "content" of the piece.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmal View Post
    I've never been able to tell if that piece by Chris Weeks was intended to be a spoof, but if anyone really believes that nonsense.... The photos included should be enough proof that he should be taken lightly, let alone the "content" of the piece.
    Yep, the Chris Weeks thing is basically a guy ranting up and down on methods which he'd love to put in motion himself - hence he "teaches" it instead. Serious potty mouth.
    Stop worrying about grain, resolution, sharpness, and everything else that doesn't have a damn thing to do with substance.

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    sounds like closing your eyes in the darkroom when loading film.

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    sounds like closing your eyes in the darkroom when loading film.
    I actually do that Always have...and probably always will and I have absolutely no clue why. Maybe I should kleep taking the meds

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    I only close my eyes when loading metal reels. When loading sheet film in the darkroom I keep an eye open so I can "see" where the sheets falls when I drop it.

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