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    For Group 3, I have received only one print so far and that was an interesting alternative process one from Anikin. What's up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loren Sattler View Post
    For Group 3, I have received only one print so far and that was an interesting alternative process one from Anikin. What's up?
    Hi Loren, I already posted http://www.apug.org/forums/viewpost.php?p=1325769 to apologize about my late submission. I am very apologetic as I am otherwise very timely. Unfortunately, my home is like a building site at the moment, I don't even have bed! I started this project with a 3 weeks timeline and we are now running into the third month, with its up and low moments, as it is inherently a stressful period. I am lucky to have my darkroom offsite, but I am finding it difficult to multitask. At the same time, I chose to work on the idea of a small print in may be a different way, which is proving a little bit more involved, as the idea is evolving as I am progressing through the print work. Hopefully you find it worth the wait. Thank you kindly for bearing with me.

    I received a print from Anikin. I am not sure in which sense the definition/concept of "traditional" got stretched. It is both a wonderful image and contact print. The pd/pl printing does compliment very nicely the image. An excellent print to be proud of. I'll be very happy to frame this one as well, when I have a normal home again like normal people do.

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    Group 3: I am sorry, I am late this time - very late. I will do my prints next week and they should go out late next week. Again, sorry for being so late and unresponsive.

    As of now, I received a very nice palladium print from Eugene. Thanks brother that reminded me that out there, there is so much to learn for me, and pt/pd is on the to-do list once time allows.

    Cheers
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    Group 1 : I finally was able to post my prints.

    But I'm still missing Joe's address and my PM brought no reply so far...
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    My prints are in the mail and should knock at your door sometime next week. Sorry for being late but times were tough.

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    I have received a beautiful mounted lith print from Ruediger. I always enjoy your pinholes. They are so much fun! I personally would have called this "The last resting place of number 8. RIP." I love it!

    Thank you!

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    Welcome Eugene, thanks for the kind comments, I am glad you like it. I was a bit in doubt about the lith because this time I sent some really grainy ones. So, at least for you it was the right decision. Good.

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    I received two prints from Laurent today, both are just plain lovely. One is of some poplars hanging onto a cliff by their fingernails, overlooking a lake. The tones are great, the sharp high-contrast poplars in the foreground against a misty lake and hills in the background. The other is another misty scene, a pond with bullrushes? in the foreground, a very serene and peaceful picture.
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    Group 3 people.

    I finally put my prints in the post this morning. I am very apologethic for my delay. I left a note to explain with the print. I hope you enjoy it.

    Best

    Delphine

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    I just received today Craig Cross' beautiful waterfall image, and I was dumbstruck by the presentation and the care taken with it. The image is completely worth it, though. My ONLY complaint is that is isn't a standard size, so I can't pop it into a frame I already have on hand! Great job, Craig - the tones are absolutely superb.

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