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The Wales that Time Forgot

Discussion in 'Exhibition Lounge' started by skyandstone, Aug 6, 2007.

  1. skyandstone

    skyandstone Well-Known Member

    I was inspired to go back through my boxes of old mountain photography slides to see if I could find any lost gems.

    I came across a single roll of Agfa Scala that has never seen the light of day in 10 years. It was exposed on a single day on the Snowdon Horseshoe. Hidden away on the roll were 4 frames that I've reprocessed. They are dark and grainy but are certainly a bit diferent to my norm.

    Photo 01 - 650 pixels

    Photo 02 - 105k

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    Photo 04 - 111k

    Andy
    (yes, I am an amateur)



    Moderators Note:
    Firstly - Please keep an eye on file sizes and dimension.
    Secondly - Amateur or not, please read the Rules & Regs regarding links and signatures. They can be found
    HERE
     
  2. John_Baker

    John_Baker Well-Known Member

    Both of them capture that B&W “essence” and “characteristics” which is hard to fully recreate in the digital age!

    Looking at your old material is wonderful, not only just the old negs/slides but also with your digital captures. I have found that as my knowledge and skills has improved over time, going back and reworking images has significantly improved the quality of my results. It gives you something to do when it is raining and on those dark evenings!!!
     
  3. skyandstone

    skyandstone Well-Known Member

    Moderators Note:
    Secondly - Amateur or not, please read the Rules & Regs regarding links and signatures. They can be found HERE

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    OK, that's the 2nd time that's happened and I'll not be back.

    I can accept the file dimensions thing, fair enough.

    But I'm not allowed to link to my amateur personal gallery from which I sell the odd print? Yet our admins can link to their websites which advertise B&Q and Homebase?

    Share and share alike guys. We photographers are giving you some quality photography and discussion that helps your site generate advertising revenue yet you offer us nothing in return.

    Get a grip guys.

    Andy

    Moderators Note: READ THE SECTION ABOUT LINKING BACK!
     
  4. Barney

    Barney Well-Known Member

    I think you've just fallen foul of the reciprocal linking requirement. Just stick a link to AP somewhere on your site and you should be okay.
     
  5. skyandstone

    skyandstone Well-Known Member

    LOL NN,

    As an amateur, my rules would forbid me to link to commercial sites.

    ;)

    Andy
     
  6. Fen

    Fen Well-Known Member

    Exactly the reason NN.
     
  7. Norman

    Norman Well-Known Member

    There does seem to be double standards at work here.

     
  8. Fen

    Fen Well-Known Member

    What are you suggesting/hinting at Norman?
     
  9. Barney

    Barney Well-Known Member

    But not to sell prints? :D It's not a big thing. I choose not to include my website in a sig as I don't want to link to AP. If you don't want to link to Ap then just do the same as me.

    Judging by your shots you'd be a welcome addition to the forum community so it would be a shame to give up so soon.
     
  10. Norman

    Norman Well-Known Member

    I'm suggesting that an ordinary member can have his signature URL removed because he's in breach of a rule (no reciprocal link) but a moderator doesn't have his commercial site link removed.
     
  11. skyandstone

    skyandstone Well-Known Member

    Fen, fair enough. I'll post up a link back to the AP subscription cancellation webpage which I'm just on my way to right now. :eek:

    I'm not in the habit of linking to commercial websites. I'm an amateur after all. Perhaps I'll move on to dpreview forums. They seem to have fewer commercial motives over there. ;)

    Andy
     
  12. fabs

    fabs Well-Known Member

    It's just a reciprocal link (A link on here to your website, a link on your website to this one. The word "Commercial" is completely irrelevant. What's the big deal??? :D
     
  13. Lounge Lizard

    Lounge Lizard Well-Known Member

    What a storm in a tea-cup! All we are asking for is a courtesy link back to AP if you wish to promote your own web site through AP's facilities here. It's a reciprocal arrangement, simple as that.

    And yes, try DPReview if you like. They've got plenty of advertising and almost no moderation meaning that people there can be quite scathing, rude and unfriendly and if you do step out of line in some way, expect the angry mob to descend.
     
  14. Barney

    Barney Well-Known Member

    Nose. Off. Cut. Spite. Face.

    I know I can be a beligerent sod at times but even I can see that the requirement to have a return link on any site posted in a sig is nothing but fair.

    Okay, shut the door on your way out will you? :rolleyes:
     
  15. Benchista

    Benchista Which Tyler

    If you've an issue to raise, please raise it according to the proper procedure:

    "If you have a problem with a particular member, contact a moderator, or the forum administrator, via PM.

    If you have an issue with a moderator contact the forum administrator, via PM.

    If you have an issue with the forum administrator contact the magazine editorial office via email.

    Members who choose to air grievances on the forum run the risk of having their account suspended."

    See here.
     
  16. liamjames91

    liamjames91 Well-Known Member

    leave ap! im glad im not good enough, well at least i dont think i am anyway to have signatures linking to places and checking this that and the other lol, i prefer to keep things simple, although ap only ask you link back which is fair! and really, so what if mods have comercial links? they do a great job and by rights should have privelages..:) IMHO
     
  17. Bawbee

    Bawbee Well-Known Member

    Creep, crawler! ;)
     
  18. liamjames91

    liamjames91 Well-Known Member

    have you not seen the state of some other forums??
     
  19. fabs

    fabs Well-Known Member

    I registered on a couple of other forums before I saw the light! :D

    There were never more than half a dozen users online at any time and life was painfully dull. Give me the insanity of AP any day!
     
  20. Norman

    Norman Well-Known Member

    No issue, I was asked a question. If the question was one that shouldn't be answered on-line then it should have been asked off-line.
     

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