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APUG FAQ

Here you can find answers to questions about how the board works. Use the links or search box below to find your way around.

Who Owns APUG?

APUG is privately owned and operated by the founder, webmaster, and active APUG member Sean Ross. There is no corporate muscle steering the content of the site and no plans for corporate involvement. Special thanks to Tobias Begalke in Sept. 2002 for helping us get APUG's first build off the ground.

Isn't this site an oxymoron?

Q. Isn't this site an oxymoron? How can you have a "traditional" photography website when the internet is a digital medium? A. This site is mainly focused on community discussions and information regarding traditional photographic processes. The internet is being used to bring us together in an environment in which we can discuss and learn about traditional photographic processes. We understand if any images do exist on this site they will be "digital" representations of analog work.

Why yet another photo site?

Q. Why yet another photo site? If people want traditional discussion, can't they just find forums on other sites, email lists, or even use newsgroups? A. As far as we are concerned, there are no websites which focus solely on traditional methods and discussions. One reason we produced this website was because we were tired of weeding through digital discussions and advertisements on popular photography sites and newsgroups. Email lists are extremely useful, however the data is uncategorized and stored in an off-line fashion. Web based discussion is available to all, categorized, and searchable.

What is the APUG Postcard List?

What is the APUG Traveling Portfolio?

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