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    WTB: Barry Thornton books

    I would like purchase his titles, 'Edge of Darkness' and /or 'Elements". Let know if you have either one or both.
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    Me too!!
    But Barry Thornton's book "Element" is now also available in e-book (psd) at: Elements The Making of Fine Monochrome Prints by Barry Thornton also Elements of Transition
    There you'll find also his book: Elements of Transition, From traditional to digital monochrome fine prints – a concise but complete guide.
    (sorry, I typed the D****** word before I knew it)
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    WTB: Barry Thornton books

    My favorite photography author of all time. Read them all multiple times. Took me a while to get them all. UK sellers might be your best bet for rarest ones.
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    I do see we can buy his digital books.

    Is his MonoMatch© book or system still relevant to newer printers?

    I know the eBook is reasonably priced, but I need to control my impulse to buy everything photographic...




    Quote Originally Posted by TheToadMen View Post
    Me too!!
    But Barry Thornton's book "Element" is now also available in e-book (psd) at: Elements The Making of Fine Monochrome Prints by Barry Thornton also Elements of Transition
    There you'll find also his book: Elements of Transition, From traditional to digital monochrome fine prints – a concise but complete guide.
    (sorry, I typed the D****** word before I knew it)

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    If you are an analoguer then the second book you should look for is Edge of Darkness. I am not sure if the Elements of Transition deals with analogue in the way you'd want. It sounds as if it may be of much less help if you are looking for film and darkroom print processing

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    I have a copy of Edge of Darkness. Will sell for £45 including postage if you want to PM me.
    Nothing beats a physical copy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by batwister View Post
    'Cows are very fond of being photographed, and, unlike architecture, don't move.' - Oscar Wilde
    Hi batwister,
    I saw your signature. And I have the prove of that fact!
    See: http://thetoadmen.blogspot.nl/2012/1...a-click-i.html

    (BTW, I've sent you a PM also)
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheToadMen View Post
    Hi batwister,
    I saw your signature. And I have the prove of that fact!
    See: http://thetoadmen.blogspot.nl/2012/1...a-click-i.html
    Who knew!
    'Cows are very fond of being photographed, and, unlike architecture, don't move.' - Oscar Wilde



 

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