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    Re: Best/Favorite Still Life Images

    Quote Originally Posted by Jan_6568 View Post
    Alex,
    Azo, at least developed with amidol, gives very nice warm tone when toned with Nelson gold toner.

    Jan
    Jan,
    Yes, I use amidol when I can afford it - as my Polish friend would say, "Strashne!". I love your series of twigs and buds on your webpage.
    Alex

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    Re: Best/Favorite Still Life Images

    'Continuing the thread, esp. Christopher's sub-thread about fruit and veg and sex, here's my homage to Weston with a Turk's turban squash, taken last night.'........

    ..........Fabulous shot......Looks like it was a bulldog in a previous life.......I luv it.
    Jonathan Brewer

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    Re: Best/Favorite Still Life Images

    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Hollmann View Post
    Dear Christopher
    Thanks for your interest in the quinces - here's a slightly warmed up version, but only courtesy of Photoshop, I'm afraid. My printed version is on Azo paper developed in Agfa Neutol, and so is also on the colder side. I might try it on some Bergger warm tone paper.

    Alex
    ...even more beautiful. Congrats. When you finally get to making a fiber-based version, why don't you send it to me so I can check it out closer? I'm not sure if I'll be able to scrape up return postage, though ....

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    Re: Best/Favorite Still Life Images

    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Hollmann View Post
    Jan,
    Yes, I use amidol when I can afford it - as my Polish friend would say, "Strashne!". I love your series of twigs and buds on your webpage.
    Alex
    Alex,
    thank you for warm words. Your sqush is wonderfull.
    BTW, it is so funny to see Polish words spelled this way ))

    cheers,

    Jan

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