"I have seen him work with his 4x5 Sinar and he works as fast as many do with their Canon or Nikons."
Who are these "many"? They must be incompetent!
Many of the commercial shooters I know charge a "digital imaging" fee which covers the depreciation of the expensive equipment, the training associated with keeping abreast of current technology, and also there's a post-processing fee because every digital file has to be processed. Just some thoughts.
Glad your back in action. I had a real meldown in my darkroom after my daughter turned on the focusing lamp unbeknowenst to me and it was on all day. Came home to a burnt plastic smell and the head of my beseler 67 completely melted. Guess i got lucky the house didnt catch fire.
Sorry to hear about your injury, Scott! Hope you are feeling better soon.
Ouch! I don't know which is worse, spraining your ankle or having unprocessed images. Hope you see the film soon, and feel better.
Great Scott! Nice move.
Great collection of photographs!
What? You can't pop a couple of Vicodins and crawl down the stairs? Seriously--sorry to hear about your accident and we missed you at VisArts this Thursday. You missed seeing my new magic lantern lens and some other cool toys, a nice BTZS talk from Henry and some prints people brought in.
Sorry to hear about this Scott. Hope you get things sorted out soon.