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    I first bought stuff from Retro about 6-9 months ago. I don't use ULF and they do not stock Ilford so I don't buy film or paper from them but I have bought some Maco 820c and other odds and sods. They also stock the Moersch stuff which I keep meaning to try...

    Cheers, Bob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul owen
    Kick back?? I'm hurt guys .... I PERSONALLY DON'T GET ANYTHING OUT OF THIS! Apart from 10% discount on film
    Thanks for the explanation Paul. Carry on ...
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    I'm another Retrophotographic aficionado - I can get 9x12cm and 18x24cm film from there, as well as interesting things like POP and Slavich glass plates.
    -- Ole Tjugen, Luddite Elitist
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_liddell
    Us brits will preserve anything, cars, aircraft, boats - not entirely sure why, so it's not really a surprise there is such enthusiam for b&w photography here.
    Guess, that is why we like British .
    I got some russian fim and paper from Nigel, strange that I have buy products in the west which come from the east. He was even nice enough to drop off the stuff in Cologne for me.

    Seems like some are not reading Black&White photography as they should, there is always ad from Retro in this mag.

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    Just received...

    ...an e~mail from 7dayshop.
    For those who aren't familiar with them,they're an e~mail order company who sell mainstream photographic materials (primarily d......)mostly to the UK .
    The e~mail stated that "due to popular demand" they're going to be re stocking certain Kodak films in both 35mm and 120 format.
    Admittedly,I stopped buying Kodak films when they "amalgamated" Supra(which was at that time the ONLY colour print film I used)with Gold,and(in my opinion) ruined both films-but,if a mainstream supplier is INCREASING its' range of films(especially 120 format),surely that's got to be an encouraging sign.
    A common mistake people made when designing something completely foolproof was to underestimate the ingenuity of complete fools.

    Computers are incredibly stupid,but they are capable of being incredibly stupid many millions of times a second.

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    Hey, has anyone noticed this hypnotic new graphic on the Badger Graphic website--

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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb
    Hey, has anyone noticed this hypnotic new graphic on the Badger Graphic website--

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    No, actually, I didn't, but I was surprised to see how nicely their site has been redesigned...no more mutiple clicking to get to the goodies either. Where's the little flashy thing?
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    It's very small at the bottom of at least some of the pages. I don't know if it's on every page. Maybe it only appears with the LF stuff, but if you look at digital items there might be one that says "film is dead."
    flickr--http://www.flickr.com/photos/davidagoldfarb/
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    cool Dave how did you do that...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ole
    I'm another Retrophotographic aficionado - I can get 9x12cm and 18x24cm film from there, as well as interesting things like POP and Slavich glass plates.
    I've been tempted to try some of the Slavich silk (or stipple) surface paper.
    I miss Brovira in this surface.
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