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    Well that could be a good share of my images. Not that I was intoxicated at the time, just, perhaps, a small problem with focus, framing, wind, general camera handling, etc.
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    I enjoyed this issue very much. Michael Veit's work is excellent...I hadn't seen it here (on apug) before even though his membership goes back to 2002 or so. It was nice to read Jorge's (or as some wag on the LF forum calls him: "Whore Hey") article too. He's missed here, controversy or not! The digi-analog essay was very interesting. It's nice to see that film still rules. (I wonder if it still will when we have to make our own ;0 ). A worthy enterprise. Thank you Michael Sullivan!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Leest View Post
    And... I shoot 6x6 (Rolleiflex 6008i)
    As a reminder, if you shoot square format rollfilm and you think your work is good enough to be published, then be sure to check out page 15 of the 2nd issue of MAGNAchrom -- there you will see a form to submit your work for inclusion in "4-Square" a new feature of MC that shows off four square images from one of our registered users. All you have to do is send the required information to foursquare "@" magnachrom.com and you could see your work in the next issue of our magazine. Enter as often as you like. We hope to see some stunning work submitted -- there certainly are plenty of talented artists to choose from here on the APUG forum.
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    Very attractive magazine with some very good articles. I'm glad to see more magazines going the .pdf route. I've read Phil Davis book, but just haven't pursued the BTZS methodology. Jorge's article & your calculator encourages me to reconsider.
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    Very nice article by Jorge on the BTZS. Even better is the spreadsheet plotter. On that subject, I have a problem. The instructions say to move the triangle in the EFS calculation sheet to suit the plotted curves but I am unable to select it in order to move it (Excel 2003). Any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob F. View Post
    Very nice article by Jorge on the BTZS. Even better is the spreadsheet plotter. On that subject, I have a problem. The instructions say to move the triangle in the EFS calculation sheet to suit the plotted curves but I am unable to select it in order to move it (Excel 2003). Any ideas?
    Let me check it out and get back to you.
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    I have found your online publication to be outstanding. A welcome addition to the photography community.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob F. View Post
    Very nice article by Jorge on the BTZS. Even better is the spreadsheet plotter. On that subject, I have a problem. The instructions say to move the triangle in the EFS calculation sheet to suit the plotted curves but I am unable to select it in order to move it (Excel 2003). Any ideas?
    Guess we somehow missed this during the beta test (bad, bad beta testers!!)

    Anyway, a new build 2 of the BTZS Calculator is now up on the site free to download for registered users. Thanx for the feedback!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAGNAchrom View Post
    Guess we somehow missed this during the beta test (bad, bad beta testers!!)

    Anyway, a new build 2 of the BTZS Calculator is now up on the site free to download for registered users. Thanx for the feedback!
    Thanks - that did the job

    Cheers, Bob.

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    Dear Mr. Sullivan,
    I subcribed yesterday but untill now I haven't recieved no email... Something wrong??
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