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    Hi,
    Received a print from Barry/Bwakel
    Barry,
    Thanks for the extra time you spent making it on FB paper and toning it.
    I also like and use Adox WT paper toned in similar way.

    Cheers JON.

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    Just a heads up to say that I've kicked off round 8 here http://www.apug.org/forums/forum61/4...tml#post500535

    Brian

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    Received a print from Geoff Hill last week, of a dense woodland glade with a narrow timber foot bridge crossing a fast flowing beck. Intersting angle of view and clever use of many short exposures to capture the feel of the water flowing under the bridge.

    He explained in advance that the postal strikes might delay things and I've been away most of the week, so no complaints.

    Graham

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    Received a print from Brian Jeffery while I was away on holiday. Many thanks Brian -- along with your recent postcard, it means I've got a really nice pair of your prints from Warsaw.

    I've never thought about using my Mamiya TLR for candid street photography, I'll have to give it a go. I presume you found a seat to sit on, placed the camera on your lap and waited?

    Cheers

    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeg View Post
    I've never thought about using my Mamiya TLR for candid street photography, I'll have to give it a go. I presume you found a seat to sit on, placed the camera on your lap and waited?
    Mike
    Funny, one of the reasons I bought a C330 was for its suitability to candid photography. Well, to my mind anyway. I wander around with the C330 around my neck looking for photo opportunities. People are less self conscious with the Mamiya, largely do to the fact that I'm using the waist level finder and don't have to hold the camera up to my eye. That, and that 90% of people don't actually recognise it as a camera. My friend always complains that people just don't notice me with a dirty great big brick around my neck, but as soon as he lifts his AE-1 P to his eye the hold world notices.

    I've not actually had the camera for a long time, Feb this year, and I'm only really starting to get used to it. However, I'm now pretty proficient at changing lenses or film whilst walking along.

    By the way, whilst the 8x10 print was taken in Warsaw, the postcard was actually taken in Krakow.


    Brian

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    I've done loads of candids of my family on the C330-as you say it's v handy because you don't have to lift it up to your eye.
    "He took to writing poetry and visiting the elves: and though many shook their heads and touched their foreheads and said 'Poor old Baggins!' and though few believed any of his tales, he remained very happy till the end of his days, and those were extraordinarily long "- JRR Tolkien, ' The Hobbit '.

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    I've had in my possession an interesting print of leaves, ice and water from Black Dog, many thanks for sharing. My apologies for not posting its arrival sooner.

    John

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    Thanks John!
    "He took to writing poetry and visiting the elves: and though many shook their heads and touched their foreheads and said 'Poor old Baggins!' and though few believed any of his tales, he remained very happy till the end of his days, and those were extraordinarily long "- JRR Tolkien, ' The Hobbit '.

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    Second time lucky

    Received "It's all Greek to me" from Jon@jb-ci today. It's a wonderful print that shows just what's possible if you spend that little bit more time in the darkroom. This was Jon's second attempt at sending a print as the first got lost in the post.


    Thanks for persevering,


    Brian

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffeb View Post
    Received "It's all Greek to me" from Jon@jb-ci today. It's a wonderful print that shows just what's possible if you spend that little bit more time in the darkroom. This was Jon's second attempt at sending a print as the first got lost in the post.


    Thanks for persevering,


    Brian
    Brian,
    I am relieved to know that you received my print this time.
    I wonder where the first one ended up.
    Cheers JON

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