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Old 04-29-2012   #1
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Very unsettled weather lately. Makes for nice clouds though






And a shot of the dump. I really like the dump, but the shots I make don't usually work.
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ah, the canadian prairies...
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The houses and old car work well in B&W.
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Excellent tonality. I would like to see prints on fiber paper.
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Excellent tonality. I would like to see prints on fiber paper.
Thanks.

Printing my own on rag is the long term plan. I want an Epson of some type but I'm not sure if the inkset they sell is the way to go. I have looked a little bit at the piezography inks but I'm not sure if I have it in me to fiddle with custom quad tone rip. I had a friend on another forum mail me some of his piezo prints and they are stunning

I quit doing portraits/weddings/grads a while ago. I have tried sending B&W to the "pro" lab I had always used and the prints are really not very good
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