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Alex Tymków MA ARPS
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Alex Tymków MA ARPS replied to Grant Scott's discussion Bill Jay
"Hi Grant, Bill Jay introduced me to the music of Erik Satie: Gnossienne. It was part of a lecture he gave at the art college I was attending about 1969. If I remember correctly he talked about tonality, using the work of Satie and comparing it to…"
Jan 30
Alex Tymków MA ARPS commented on Ian Wallace's blog post RPS Historical Group Recreating the Past
"A very good workshop, especially seeing Dags and Wet Plate following on from one another."
Jul 21, 2013
Alex Tymków MA ARPS replied to Henry Iddon's discussion Using an E+T Underwood 'Instanto' / Liquid Emulsion Exposures
"Hi Henry A good place to start regarding using liquid emulsion is the book Silver Gelatine by Martin Reed and Sarah Jones.  The number 18 on the lens may be its focal length in inches, a standard lens for that format would be about 15 inches.…"
Jun 7, 2013
Alex Tymków MA ARPS commented on Alice Gordenker's blog post Can anyone identify this photographic tool?
"Hi Alice, These were called Actinometers, for making test strips. They were used for 'sun printing' or in the darkroom."
Jan 20, 2013
Alex Tymków MA ARPS commented on Jack Tait's blog post Re item 103
"These were called Actinometers, as Jack says for making test strips. They were used for 'sun printing' or in the darkroom. "
Jan 20, 2013
Alex Tymków MA ARPS replied to Ken Jacobson's discussion Reversing mirror in a daguerreotype camera
"Hi Andrew Process cameras used in the printing industry very often had 90º prisms mounted on the lenses. The technology has changed now so these prisms come up for sale now and then, sometimes complete with the lens. Cooke prisms made by…"
Aug 15, 2010
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Jun 9, 2009

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