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A skill that is fast declining I think?GrinGrinGrin
dimalexa 4 5 Greece
8 Aug 2017 4:57PM
Excellent, "historical" now, picture. Superb photo!
Dimitris
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12 9.5k 30 England
8 Aug 2017 5:24PM
Painstaking work. Well shot.
x
8 Aug 2017 7:27PM
Lovely study of a vanishing craft. Would look good in black and white as well.
8 Aug 2017 8:34PM
Your beautiful captures makes me feel old as I was a witness to (and practiced) this way of printing when ending my graphic schooldays.
The next step 'up' was the Lynotype machine (I believe) that melted lead whilst typing away on a machine build like a monster about 10 feet tall and had a lot of moving parts making all types of noises and horrible smells. Then, not long after that the first computers came and changed the printers-world.
Thank you for reminding us how things worked in the old days!
Guy
dcash29 15 2.4k England
9 Nov 2017 6:42PM

Quote:Painstaking work.


Not at all, it used to be rather therapeutic.

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