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    "Bohemian Photography" may have the Czechs wondering, and could leave the Moravians and Slovaks a little miffed.
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    I like Jorge's name best.

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    What is this publication limited to? The name silver is indicative of black and white photography exclusively. Are you wanting to exclude the photographers that choose to use color materials?

    That said, I no longer have a dog in this fight. Good luck to you all on this publication.
    Art is a step from what is obvious and well-known toward what is arcane and concealed.

    Visit my website at http://www.donaldmillerphotography.com

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    Color uses silver also. It is the only way to sensitize the sites where the dye couplers are going to attach.

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    Jorge's idea is excellent, maybe with a tag line such as:


    Silver Front
    The APUG Quarterly of Classic Photograpic Processes

    I think this would encompass all non-digital, "traditional methods".

    As far as color goes, No other magazine differentiates between B&W and color in their title. I think you let the cover photo and content do that. Anyone who is interested will pick it up and open it and understand what it is about. I am you can find plenty of contributors with color work. Steve had excellent ones all the time in Photovision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ailsa
    How about:
    Classic Photography
    [tag line] Say "pants" to pixels!
    I like "Classic Photography" best ... How about adding: (smaller case)"The APUG Quarterly"?
    Carpe erratum!!

    Ed Sukach, FFP.

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    Another reference to Ag (ever notice Aggie is named after our precious metal?)
    Silver Vision
    Gary Beasley

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aggie
    One thing you won't see is Ed in his Spice Girl outfit.
    Hey!! Wait a minute ... I've spent good money on these threads ....!!!
    Carpe erratum!!

    Ed Sukach, FFP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aggie
    A purely highbrow esoteric acedemic journal of language incomprehensible to those who are not native English speakers will also eliminate a vast portion of a readership. Humore has a part and to me a large part. It can be done with taste and sensibility. Where as this thread can be as raucous as Jorge will let us be.

    One thing you won't see is Ed in his Spice Girl outfit.
    I wonder about that. How well does humour really travel? Think about English humour. The other thing is how many none native english speakers will have less problems with humour then something more bookish.

    Now Ed in a skirt that will work the world over-)))

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