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    Quote Originally Posted by crispinuk View Post
    I can back up Mr Teague and recommend the UK OP ( I must declare my vested interest as they used one of my pictures for the "opening shot" this month )
    I just got the July 2007 Outdoor Photography issue. Is this the one with your cover? It is a beautiful image. There are a lot of film based images in this issue - when you open the magazine, you immediately see an image taken with a Nikon F100 on Velvia, and that continues throughout the magazine. Yes, there are digital images as well, but they fall apart compared to the film images - the contrast between the two is obvious.

    BTW, I also picked up the July 2007 Photography Monthly. A cover image taken on 35mm Velvia. Stunning as well.
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    Outdoor Photo article: I too was bemused by that poorly written article. Maybe it didn't occur to the dimwitted author to make it clear that film involves more than 35mm (med format, LF which blow away most DSLRs and even some med format digital backs), not to mention that even with a DSLR you need a really top flight expensive one to provide the capability of image quality close to or superior to 35mm film (maybe Canon 5D, 1DsMII).

    Emulsion magazine - I paid for a subscription about two months ago, but got no response from several emails and even different email addresses. I had to get my money back via Paypal. Either they are on some long vacation, their computer has been down for weeks, or maybe some business problem. Hopefully they will continue to publish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by photocolor View Post
    Emulsion magazine - I paid for a subscription about two months ago, but got no response from several emails and even different email addresses. I had to get my money back via Paypal. Either they are on some long vacation, their computer has been down for weeks, or maybe some business problem. Hopefully they will continue to publish.
    I think Emulsion is entirely a labor of love. Unfortunately, love's labor may be lost when the folks who have undertaken to publish it are part time in every sense of the term. I've not yet chosen to subscribe for that reason. I wish Aggie well, but have not yet been convinced that Emulsion is anything more than the project of dilettantes. I hope I'm proven wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jovo View Post
    I think Emulsion is entirely a labor of love. Unfortunately, love's labor may be lost when the folks who have undertaken to publish it are part time in every sense of the term. I've not yet chosen to subscribe for that reason. I wish Aggie well, but have not yet been convinced that Emulsion is anything more than the project of dilettantes. I hope I'm proven wrong.
    ?

    Is this guidance or opinion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jovo View Post
    I think Emulsion is entirely a labor of love. Unfortunately, love's labor may be lost when the folks who have undertaken to publish it are part time in every sense of the term. I've not yet chosen to subscribe for that reason. I wish Aggie well, but have not yet been convinced that Emulsion is anything more than the project of dilettantes. I hope I'm proven wrong.
    I'm afraid I'm inclined to agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by copake_ham View Post
    ?

    Is this guidance or opinion?
    Opinion. Be guided by it as you may.....or may not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John McCallum View Post
    Hey John, see yer sportin' a new badge there.
    Yup....it's put a new hole in my tee shirt!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jovo View Post
    Opinion. Be guided by it as you may.....or may not.
    Thanks. I appreciate the clarification although it would have been better if it had not been followed by a Greek chorus.

    EDIT: A "disappearing" Greek chrous at that.

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    Tsk, Tsk, George. If you want to play with the big kids, you have play nicely.

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    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stever View Post
    Tsk, Tsk, George. If you want to play with the big kids, you have play nicely.

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