Cheryl, truly inspiring. Your images are lovely. I would like to attend one of your workshops.
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Originally Posted by Paul Sorensen
Who would have thought that one could make beautiful images with a developer other than Rodinal. It must be quite a blow to the more fundamentalist elements of the church.
Yes, it is...but we are relaxed about it, though. We would, of course, like to see Cheryl among us, but as long she is making great photos we can ignore the fact that she uses T-max.
Originally Posted by Canuck
Great interview! Who said you needed colour for a great picture
What is colour?
Put my congratulations to your collection Cheryl, you definately deserve the attention of the Big Yellow.
Now, where's Ilford?
I could be an Ilford Boy...
Real photographs, created in camera, 100% organic,
no digital additives and shit
Congrats Cheryl, well done!
Thanks very much, everyone! It's been fun, and these things are always motivation to keep going and growing. Some of my former students are getting very good and I'm feeling the pressure!
Off to Toronto for a workshop......
Hear me at http://www.recklessred.com . See me at http://www.cherylnicolai.com and http://www.cheryljacobsportraits.com
Inspiring stuff indeed! Are you planning any workshops in the U.K. Cheryl?
I'd like to add my congrats, well done Cheryl
Very nice! I am amazed that Kodak actually did something right for a change!
Congrats, Cheryl! You deserve the recognition!
Thanks again, guys!
Charlie, yes, I'm starting plans for a workshop in March in the UK, probably not too far from London. I'll be doing at least one in the UK each year, and possibly other parts of Europe.
Just back from Vail and off to catch a plane.....