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    Paul Raphaelson Ups His Price

    Paul sells silver gelatine prints up to 9 1/2 x 11 1/2. All
    sizes, $1200. Up from last years $1000. He prints on Forte
    Fortezo Grade three. Big news is his going digital. He claims
    he can no longer secure any of that paper. He has used
    it for many years.

    So, there won't be any more silver gelatine from Paul.
    When they are gone they are gone. If you've been
    yearning for one of his on Forte prints now is the
    time to send in that $1200 bucks. Dan

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    Paul who?

    he must really 'love' his mono work if he can't adapt to another paper

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    RUBBISH!!! Fortezo G3 is still available from JandC as 'Museum Normal'

    Lachlan

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    Who is that Paul ?

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    Sounds like a marketing trick:
    "I am going digital but to help sell off my last of silver gelatin work I will claim that the paper is no longer made or I cannot for some reason print on other paper so those prints will also be more valuable"
    Two birds with one stone.
    aristotelis grammatikakis
    www.arigram.gr
    Real photographs, created in camera, 100% organic,
    no digital additives and shit




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    Why is it that when photographers switch to digital capture or digital printing that they always follow up with some lame excuse as if they were forced into their position.

    Anyway:

    Who's Paul and why would anyone would want to invest in a photographer that is not in it for the long run.

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    Why should I care? Who is the person?

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    No thanks, I've never heard of him. I can buy a lot of film and paper with $1200. Or for that mater a nice 4x5 camera, now that I got Omega D2 for almost nothing. Sometime's it can be nice when people switch, more cool stuff for the rest of us.

    James.

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    Only $1200.00. I guess we better get them before they are all gone.
    Claire (Ms Anne Thrope is in the darkroom)

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