[alt-photo] Re: Burgess manual - Re: Re: Salt Printing (silver-chloride) Book/ Resource?
michel at debar.org
Tue May 29 06:14:19 GMT 2012
An easy site: demo.ovh.com (or is it .net ?)
On May 28, 2012 11:46 PM, "Jean Daubas" <jean.daubas at wanadoo.fr> wrote:
> Hi all!
> I am so glad that after so many years being a rather “silent” member of
> our list , today I may also bring to you my very modest contribution!
> My proposal for the
> “The Photograph Manual”, by N.G. Burgess (1862)
> has already generated so many requests (15 +) that I am looking for an
> easy way to share it; anyway it is a too large file to be sent as an
> attached file with e-mail. So I shall very probably share it via a “cloud”
> site; it will be very probably Dropbox and I ‘ll letyou now as soon as I
> make it available. Sorry, I’m very busy these days and it may need 2 or 3
> days before I come back to this subject.
> Now, shame to me : I have not yet taken time to read this book and even to
> find for myself inspiration in these early processes!
> Alternative cheers fromFrance
> From: Bev Conwayu
> Sent: Monday, May 28, 2012 2:55 PM
> To: The alternative photographic processes mailing list
> Subject: [alt-photo] Re: Salt Printing (silver-chloride) Book/ Resource?
> Hi Jean,
> I would be very interested in a copy of the PDF version of The Photograph
> Manual by N.G. Burgess. I teach the albumen process in a small art college
> ( New Hampshire Institute of Art in Manchester, NH). All photography
> majors are required to take a Handmade Photography class . . Students work
> on three processes, cyanotypes, albumen and palladium. Many love the look
> of their albumen prints. They also enjoy the day We all crack lots of eggs.
> I really love spreading the knowledge of the early processes.
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