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    It's like photographing pots and pans of famous chefs

    Here's an interesting photo project.

    http://www.johncyrphotography.com/pa...opertrays.html

    Enjoy!

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    I saw some of these prints in person and they were really great. I like their simplicity, and the strange beauty that chemical stains can have, not to mention the wonder it might imbue in people about darkroom photography.
    If you are the big tree, we are the small axe

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    While rather interesting it's much like photographing the penis of the father of a family of famous people.
    I couldn't think of anything witty to say so I left this blank.

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    I wish you would've left that post blank...

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    Seems John Sexton has a system for cleaning his trays too...

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    Reminds me somewhat of this (which I find quite beautiful):

    http://iliketowastemytime.com/2012/0...ictures-are-of
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    Quote Originally Posted by rich815 View Post
    Reminds me somewhat of this (which I find quite beautiful):

    http://iliketowastemytime.com/2012/0...ictures-are-of
    Which reminds me of this actually - http://www.paul-kenny.co.uk/

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    I could photograph the trays probably used by Thomas Joshua Cooper as a student here at HSU (he graduated in 1969) but they would be a bit boring. We have been using the same trays continously in the university darkroom for the 40 years I have been around here -- don't know how far before that they were bought. Stainless steel -- no stains.
    At least with LF landscape, a bad day of photography can still be a good day of exercise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blansky View Post
    While rather interesting it's much like photographing the penis of the father of a family of famous people.
    The father of the Baldwin brothers?

    Wait, he probably had it removed by now....

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    They're all so scruffy and stained! - this must mean something really deep and profound...
    Steve

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