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    Never done it before, and it sounds fun. Im in.
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    I"m with Andrew...I'd like to do it but I"m brand new to the darkroom (before last week I probably hadn't been in one in 30+ years)....I just got an enlarger which I set up but probably won't get a chance to try until this weekend. (I have the chemistry, safe-light, trays, etc.)

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    Can the traditional process involve an hybrid process?

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    Quote Originally Posted by delphine View Post
    Can the traditional process involve an hybrid process?
    Well, when does something start to no longer be traditional? I am sure there are some strong opinions about this here on APUG. I only have a strong opinion about what I allow myself to do but I am open to whatever others do. So why not?

    Well, OTOH I would be a bit annoyed if someone sends out inkjet prints.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rst View Post
    I will not put together a group of beginners. I think it is good for a beginner to see what is possible. So I am happy to receive prints from beginners and I think all the rest of the people here in the print exchanges too. Everybody here on APUG started as a beginner so how can we not support beginners?

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    Thanks Ruediger.

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    Hi there,
    I'd like to join this round please.
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    I'm in too, I love this small print exchange.
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    Please count me in, and fear not an inkjet, as I don't print digitally.

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