yes Jake! I'm glad to say I just got back from the post office just now!:D
I have wrapped and packaged them to the best of my budget and abilities, here's hoping they make their journeys in tact.
massive thanks for the prints I have received!
*black dog* beautiful selenium toned still life of a glass jug. really nice contrast and detail!
*t_nunn* wonderfully moody pictorialist lith print of some wild flowers. great colours, depth of field works well too! (i had intended to send a lith print for this exchange but unfortunately time got the better of me)
*gr82bart* an impressive polaroid creation in muted colours of some trees. really dreamy atmosphere and very stylish presentation!(plus a warm rusty coloured sill life of some pears as an unexpected bonus - cheers art!)
Thank you everyone! looking forwards to the next round if you'll still have me!
Thanks Sly. I am glad you enjoyed them. The gateways are ongoing (my nieghbors like thier guns-so I tend to be rather cautious when photographing! ;) Halochrome is a silver toner from Rockland (the Liquid Light folks). Interesting stuff.
No word from kaygee. I hope all is well!
Originally Posted by sly
Group 4: I sent out my prints today. Sorry for the delay.
Originally Posted by pedropolis
Pete, I just received your print in the mail today. I really like how you chose that 1 post to be in focus and the excellent use of depth of field. What I'm assuming are streetlights in the background really balance out the photo. Well done!
I received Bastiaans print today. As usual a good observation on the humorous side. Thanks a lot.
I forgot to mention that some time ago, I received a fantastic print from Pedropolis. What a wonderful selective focus perspective. It was worth the wait! Thanks Peter!
I have sent out my prints for group 2 today. I place the blame for being late totally on Mark Mombarg. I had prints ready to send, then I recieved my print from Mark. I looked at the fine print that I recieved and the prints I was going to send and had a " This will never do " moment. Since then it has been 4 different " This will never do " attempts. I finally got somthing that will be at least high grade fire starter. Today I recieved a very nice print from Justin ( Cafeharrar ). Makes me wish I was down there on the beach with you. I have been to Nanimo a couple of times and it is truly heaven on earth. Again, Please forgive me for being late.
John Berry ( vet173 )
Thanks John, I had the same problem! Then I ran out of paper, so the prints had to go out :rolleyes: Hopefully they won't take too long to get to our European friends.
This is a bit off topic ...
Originally Posted by vet173
This is why I like partnering up with a master printer for traditional b&w prints, plus I have no time.
Originally Posted by cafeharrar
I know the printer can make prints I desire in one shot after meeting with me since he's so much more skilled than I ever could be at this moment in my life. In terms of costs I may have spent a little more, but I definitely saved time and my recipients will get a very high quality print.