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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Thanks, Ken!

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    Re: post alternative techniques

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Fitzgerald View Post
    Here is an image shot from Tunnel View on a special morning. A very difficult carbon print to make. I'm going to still work on it a bit I think.
    Beautiful work Jim!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Fitzgerald View Post
    Emil, I love this shot and how creative you always are. bravo!

    Here is an image shot from Tunnel View on a special morning. A very difficult carbon print to make. I'm going to still work on it a bit I think.
    Hi Jim, I like this shot, great landscape picture and nice atmosphere.

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    Craig & Sergio, thanks. I'm going to print this again to see if I can do a bit better in the sky. One of the difficult things in carbon is getting clean skies.

    Craig. great detail in that shot! Love it!

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    Snow mountain. Platinum print.


    Umesaka Ōri and František Drtikol have been whirling around in my head…
    Larger image and more info over at Flickr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by csant View Post
    Snow mountain. Platinum print.
    That's really a nekkid chick, huh? Or do I have "I see naked people" syndrome?
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    Quote Originally Posted by matthew blais View Post
    That's really a nekkid chick, huh? Or do I have "I see naked people" syndrome?
    I think I have it as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Fitzgerald View Post
    Here is an image shot from Tunnel View on a special morning. A very difficult carbon print to make. I'm going to still work on it a bit I think.
    That's a beautiful shot, would would love to see the print in the flesh.

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    Snow mountain ii. Another platinum print on Kozo paper…


    Stil whirling around Umesaka Ōri and František Drtikol…
    Larger image and more info over at Flickr.

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    Cool heads up..

    just wanted you to know (if you didn't know before) that toning of cyanotypes can easily be done using a "tea" made of oak tree bark....

    Looks cool! works quick, and is easy to get (if you know where to find oak trees...)

    Now I'll experiment with walnut and willow....

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