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  1. Joachim_I's Avatar
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    Faces of the North is one of my favourite photography books. I am glad to read that Rax has a new book in the pipeline.
  2. Christopher Walrath's Avatar
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    Oh, and that was three weeks and ever since. Holy WOW! Whatta month.
  3. Christopher Walrath's Avatar
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    Looking forward to it. Thank you for subscribing to APUG. I hope you enjoy the site a bit as much as I have. It will then be worth it.
  4. Christopher Walrath's Avatar
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    Nonetheless. A very impressive photograph. One I have not yet even attempted.
  5. colrehogan's Avatar
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    Glad to see you posted here again. I've been considering posting more, but other things have been interfering.
  6. keithwms's Avatar
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    Valerie, the loan market totally shriveled up over the past year; I think many students are simply dropping out due to financial concerns. Classes that have additional surcharges (e.g. chem labs and photo labs) may be especially hard hit.
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    You got an A, right? I'm getting pretty particular about giving them out.
  8. keithwms's Avatar
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    I enjoyed it!
  9. Christopher Walrath's Avatar
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    Convenience. Yup. How much of your time is your creativity ultimately worth? How much of your busy schedule are you willing to sacrifice in order to make good on the needs of your creative soul?

    Oh, and thanks.
  10. keithwms's Avatar
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    Thanks Chris, you raise a lot of important questions. By the way, you are quite the poet, too! I enjoyed that.

    On the general issue of how we think about print presentation, I think that many of these decisions are increasingly based on convenience and cost... both of which tend to force the photographer into the well-trodden rut stomped out by the masses.


 

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