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    +1 to that - I'd be interested in seeing some of these Ilfochromes

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    http://tinyurl.com/silent-street
    ( South wall gallery of representative landscape/scenic chromes )
    http://flickr.com/silentstreet (scanned-ex film and also majority digis).
    Only a very small number there (those that I have reproduced and sold the most of).
    Haven't got any pinhole images on the site; that is a task I want to do soon, plus put up another 230 or so trannies shot on Velvia 50/100F. Hmm. When Shane has his back turned and his front door unlocked I'll nick his Epson V700,LOL ! Until then it's just sitting on my shopping list!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Nielsen View Post
    +1 to that - I'd be interested in seeing some of these Ilfochromes

    Plenty of New Zealand beauties stashed away! Two take pride of place on my south wall gallery (Matai Falls/Catlins and Morning at Lake Mathieson with Southern Alps). See, I don't forget to tempt my Kiwi friends!
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    Still here guys, and still missing 2 sets of prints, we'll have to be patient, we had same thing last time (it took a month after the cutoff date to get the exchange out, that seems to be the norm).

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    Name and shame!

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    Its a month tomorrow...... (just sayin!)

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    I messaged Tim to ask if I could send along another batch of prints to make up for the other ones I'd already sent in that I wasnt happy with. I could do as Stephen did in the last round, and print up another edition of a different image for the other group too? To help speed things up. Not the ideal answer, but we're getting into Chrismas territory here, and Australia Post generally goes a little insane.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fleath View Post
    I could do as Stephen did in the last round, and print up another edition of a different image for the other group too? To help speed things up. Not the ideal answer, but we're getting into Chrismas territory here, and Australia Post generally goes a little insane.
    Two of us have already offered to do this, but radio silence...

    I know this is all for fun, but there does come a point where people who maybe rearranged their schedules or burned the midnight oil in order to meet the exchange deadline are probably entitled to start feeling a little bit pi$$ed off. Likewise people who chose not to participate, despite really wanting to be part of it, because they thought they could not commit to the deadline.

    Can the couple of people who are now very late perhaps be bothered offering at least an apology? What's the hold up?

    Ian

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    Yes - I was feeling horribly guilty being three days late sending my prints in (I had splendid excuses), but I think next time we need a more firm cutoff, otherwise the panic isn't worth it! Also, I really wanna see 'em!!

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    Maybe could do a list of who he has received prints from. Hopefully mine arrived. I sent them nearly a month ago.
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