From: Christina Z. Anderson (email@example.com)
Date: 11/21/02-09:48:52 PM Z
No....I felt awkward about mentioning it here because it would be
"commercial" altho I have mentioned before it was written. I thought it was
verboten to do so.
Sarah's has been around for quite a while and, in fact, is available
thru Photo Eye, which is where I found it. Then I met her at APIS and she
told me she just self publishes, which gave me the idea. She's a sweetie
pie...had her students there with her at APIS who seem to worship the ground
she walks on. Hers is traditionally alt process, but mine has no alt process
in it as in gum/platinum/cyano. The only traditional alt one is bromoil.
Otherwise it is all experimental in nature (lith, polaroid, solvent
transfers, liquid emulsion, mordancage, you get the picture...).
----- Original Message -----
From: "Katharine Thayer" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, November 21, 2002 11:44 AM
Subject: Re: tintypes
> Christina Z. Anderson wrote:
> > I self publish and sell the book online and locally for $20 plus $5.75
> > priority shipping. Sarah Van Keuren gave me this idea, as she does the
> > same.
> Did we know this? I can understand being reluctant to toot your own horn
> too much, as constant tooting is annoying and unprofessional and
> reflects badly on both the self-promoter and his/her product, but surely
> one quiet announcement to the effect that you have a book available and
> where to get it would not be out of line. I don't remember seeing an
> announcement here either from you or from Sarah about your alternative
> process books, which would be useful information for those interested in
> alternative processes to have.
> Katharine Thayer
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