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    Upgraded Web Site

    Stop by and take a look through my newly upgraded web site.

    For those of you that don't subscribe to LensWork extended, the Labyrinth Project has its own special section of the web site.

    A few more random thoughts.

    (Feel free to ignore the stuff that is not made with traditional processes.)
    Two New Projects! Light on China - 07/13/2014

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    Very nice Joe. I love the Labyrinth Project. I do subscribe to Lenswork but not the extended version so it is a treat to see all of these wonderful photographs.

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    Like the site Joe, especially the zoom feature

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    Intresting...you in and out of the photo. what film did you use for the labrinth project?
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    There were about 400 images made for the Labyrinth. Approximately 100 of the images (made in 2002) were made on Kodax TMAX 400. Developed in D-23 (two bath variety).

    The technique for creating the remainder of the images in the project is not an appropriate discussion for this forum.

    The "disappearing Joe" feature is controlled by a roll-over button command. The appearance of a "button" changes when the cursor is placed on it. I used two pictures for the button. One with me, one without me. Tripod and self timer is the key.
    Two New Projects! Light on China - 07/13/2014

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    250+ posts and still blogging! "Postcards from the Creative Journey"

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