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Thanks! I am writing mostly to folks today who are interested in the alt-process world, and are thinking of making their own prints. As for the academic world, mostly teachers of advanced photography. I want to show the variety of work that has been done historically, without the f64 idea of what a good print is. I think this may be an American affliction. I have worked with graduates in photography, who believe a print needs a good black and a good white and send a message.
My department head, the Photography Department, at a community college, asked me once what was Camera Work was when I mentioned it. Of course, this would not happen here at the British Photo History Forum, but to have a photographic department head asking that question is quite normal here.
I am planning another book on contemporary work, broader than just platinum.
Thanks again, for the comments. It is perhaps a bit too informal and autobiographical, but the complaints about my memoirs were they were too technical.
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