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    NEXT FREE WORKSHOP: Tonopah, Nevada!

    Jim Galli Territory!

    Jim and I are planning yet another Free Workshop, this time in Tonopah, Nevada.

    Dates: March 24-25-26 - with "soft dates" of the 23rd and 27th!
    More info to come!


    Per Volquartz

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    Are you going to photograph the little green men or photograph with the little green men? And, do we need a Petzval to join in.

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    Bring your "spare" cash...Jim's bound to have a few hundred lenses that will just "happen" to be laying around.
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    I would love to come, but I doubt that Jim would allow a color photographer in his backyard. Seriously though, I wish I could come going to Nevada from Hawaii isn't that simple. We could, however, have a workshop over here.

    Bring your "spare" cash...Jim's bound to have a few hundred lenses that will just "happen" to be laying around.
    Thanks, but I really prefer modern lenses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roteague
    Seriously though, I wish I could come going to Nevada from Hawaii isn't that simple.
    I think there are more tourists from Hawai'i in Vegas than from any other single location. Then it's just a few hours drive up to Tonopah!
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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb
    I think there are more tourists from Hawai'i in Vegas than from any other single location. Then it's just a few hours drive up to Tonopah!
    Actually, Vegas has the largest ex-pat Hawaiian community on the mainland; I've considered getting some of my stuff in Vegas galleries for that reason. Unfortunately, with two trips this year - May to Toronto for the APUG conference and October to Australia to photograph in the Outback - I'm not sure I could swing the time or funds to go in March.
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    Oh no! Those dates are on the end of my spring break so this could be doable.
    Technological society has succeeded in multiplying the opportunities for pleasure, but it has great difficulty in generating joy. Pope Paul VI

    So, I think the "greats" were true to their visions, once their visions no longer sucked. Ralph Barker 12/2004

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    Quote Originally Posted by per volquartz
    Jim Galli Territory!

    Jim and I are planning yet another Free Workshop, this time in Tonopah, Nevada.

    Dates: March 24-25-26 - with "soft dates" of the 23rd and 27th!
    More info to come!


    Per Volquartz
    May I ask what sort of things you do at your workshops?

    Thanks,

    Don Bryant

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    Hey! No fair! How can I be at the Valley Photo Center LF Portrait workshop with the inimitable Suzanne Revy and a host of others and still make it out to Tonopah to shoot in the dry and sparkling air of the great west with the masters????

    Cloning has come too late for me

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    I 'll be there, lord willin' and the creek don't rise!

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