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    Quote Originally Posted by ROL View Post
    I wasn't aware Blurb makes analog books. The (digital) Blurb I did several years ago was so poorly made and printed, I won't show it to anyone. I'll have to reconsider now that they obviously use true photographic processes and papers, of course .


    ahh yes.

    what can one do. If you prefer, you could buy the originals!.... they are truely analouge (but maybe in another price range... )

    I actually think the quality of the prints are acceptable. Better than expected, being di'''al....

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    Congratulations, I wasn't aware that you did color work. Love your images both B&W and color.

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    A question. You have enough material there to have three or four different smaller books. Figures, alt process, landscapes, portraits all have enough good material to make some nice tightly organized specific projects. What was your process for deciding to make one volume?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Lipka View Post
    A question. You have enough material there to have three or four different smaller books. Figures, alt process, landscapes, portraits all have enough good material to make some nice tightly organized specific projects. What was your process for deciding to make one volume?
    hi Joe.

    I made this book for a couple of reasons.

    Firstly it is my first - and you're right: I have enough to make several different books - on themes or techniques.

    My school has taken an interest in having a stack of a book of mine - not too big - so we can sell it for students or members of short courses...

    It is also a try - out.

    To see whether a book like is something to go for.

    A mix of candys maybe?

    It might prove too mixed, but I am in the process of making more books - If I like them, I'll publish them.

    Thanks for your comment.

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    Extremely Excellent !

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    Emil,

    I love your candies.

    I don’t see any mention of what size the book is. Can you help?

    I want a giant copy but unfortunately can only pay their price.

    Wonderful work.

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    Hi John - I wrote it in my first post..... (in metric)

    small book! ca 7x7"

    I will make a much bigger one soon! I like that also, bu tI have to think of the costs also...

    Thanks for your comment.

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    Congratulations on some strong and beautiful naked portraits

    I use the term "naked portraits" rather than "nudes" because you seem to have engaged with your subjects personal qualities - To me engagement with the subject is crucial and I admire your work

    (I tried to say this on the Blub comments page, but that wanted me to be part of FB)

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    Congratulations, Emil!
    I like ittoo.
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    Congratulations. It's now on my list of "books-to-buy"
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