largeformat-photo-workshops

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Equipment' started by 1banjo, Mar 6, 2013.

  1. 1banjo

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    Normally when people look for photography workshops they want to know who they will be dealing with, who will be teaching, experience, etc. I could not find anything on your website that described who you were and what your experience is. Did I miss something?
     
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    I thinks so but I'm not sure what :D

    There's workshops and well workshops and it's extremely important to know who and what to expect, is the OP involved in these workshops ? The website seems to lack some basic knowledge of modern LF cameras, when did you last see a new lens marked Wide field.

    Ian
     
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    That is a good point Ian.
     
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    I'm getting a 403 error on that link! That doesn't seem dodgy at all... :whistling:

    Marc!
     
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    hey
    ok mark what little that I put up about me is in the MISSION STATEMENT.
    I do see that I mist my name. lol I am not a computer geek

    Ian sheet film cameras don't have many new lens out there! and how many can pay
    the price for the new one anyway

    Marc as your in Victoria, Australia you may not get it as we were trying to block out the
    Russian hacker!!