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Soeren

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Hi All
Yes I know It a bit late now but I picked up the March issue yesterday and saw Sean Ross and his darkroom featured with Two ton enlarger et all
Wauv What a monster.
Con gratulation on finishing your DR Sean. I Hope you turn out some great prints in there. Hey,11X14 enlarger, Your negs are almost as big as my enlargements :cool:
Cheers Søren
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Thanks :smile:

I was happy to be a part of the feature and barely had everything ready for it at the time. They say they will mail a copy to me so I look forward to seeing it!
 

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hehe! I just got Issue 42 (Jan 2005) and it's got the 1st installment of this new feature in it. Looking forward to seeing Feburary then March! :smile:
 

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Sean,

I too had children so that I could shape them into darkroom monkeys and kit carriers.
Dont feed her too much otherwise she'll grow, get clumbsy and take far too long to climb up and get the little bottles from the high shelves:wink:

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Little John is a pal of mine. He is not the least bit evil.

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Tom Stanworth said:
I too had children so that I could shape them into darkroom monkeys and kit carriers.
Dont feed her too much otherwise she'll grow, get clumbsy and take far too long to climb up and get the little bottles from the high shelves:wink:

I always wondered why the Victorians stopped sending them up chimneys. Of course it was at about that time that the darkrooms started to appear...!

Seriously, you need to ship Cheryl out to Kiwiland to do a portrait shoot of that young lady. Now that Ms Jacobs has gone over to the Dark Slide an offer of a go on the Robocop enlarger should be an incentive! :smile:
 

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Is it really true that Sean's Darkroom and the Great Wall of China are the only man made structures that are visible from outer space?
 

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Oh yes! Although Sean lives out of the city (wise choice) it still plays merry h*** with my enlarger every time he turns the beast on. :wink:


Congrats Sean. I just picked up the great issue with Cheryl J's excellent article, looking forward to yours.
 
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Whats next Sean ? Your own Powerplant ?
:smile: Søren
AHH this is the last day at work before a long nice holiday
 

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Soeren said:
Whats next Sean ? Your own Powerplant ?
:smile: Søren
AHH this is the last day at work before a long nice holiday

Are we talking about B&W US or B&W UK, if US, I don't seem to be able to find the article, which is a shame, cause I can't get the UK mag where I live.

Bummers...

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Satinsnow said:
Are we talking about B&W US or B&W UK, if US, I don't seem to be able to find the article, which is a shame, cause I can't get the UK mag where I live.

Bummers...

Dave

It's in B&W UK. Sorry to hear you can't get it where you live. How about subscribtion ?
Søren
 

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Isn't there a "Black and White" magazine from the UK, and a "B&W" magazine from the US? Is the photograph of Sean's Brontosaurian Enlarger in "Black and White", and people are abreviating it to "B&W"? I'm getting confused...

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MurrayMinchin said:
Isn't there a "Black and White" magazine from the UK, and a "B&W" magazine from the US? Is the photograph of Sean's Brontosaurian Enlarger in "Black and White", and people are abreviating it to "B&W"? I'm getting confused...

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Yes Thats Right but as I understand there is two versions of the
Black & White Photography, UK and US, or am I wrong ?
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Galaxens President said:
No that's something of an urban legend, the Great Wall of China isn't visible from outer space :wink:.

But Seans Darkroom is ? :smile:
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there are some in this thread from when I finished building it:
(there was a url link here which no longer exists)
 
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