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    Quote Originally Posted by PVia View Post
    Hello Per, Jim F and everyone...

    I won't be able to make this trip (darn it, 'cause it sounds like a great one!). Getting ready to go to Maui the very next week and can't get any more time off from work...have a great time! I can't wait to see all the photos from this trip. Hopefully, I'll get some good ones in Hawaii.

    Will there be another Joshua Tree trip early next year?

    Paul Viapiano
    Paul, I hope there is another Joshua Tree workshop. Maybe we can shoot together this time.

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    Jim,

    That'd be great! I learned so much just by being around everyone last time...

    By the way, I picked up an Omega D5 enlarger this week...I knew you guys would pull me into the wet darkroom sooner or later!

    Have a great time up there...

    Paul

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    Per, it was very nice to meet you and the friendly crew, and to enjoy the wonderful scenery. Tomorrow I will begin processing 18 sheets of 5x7 velvia, another half dozen b&w 5x7 sheets, and about a dozen 120 rolls. I guess you could say it was productive.

    And I just had a cup of tea from my official workshop mug

    Thanks again for organizing this!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PVia View Post
    Jim,

    That'd be great! I learned so much just by being around everyone last time...

    By the way, I picked up an Omega D5 enlarger this week...I knew you guys would pull me into the wet darkroom sooner or later!

    Have a great time up there...

    Paul
    Well, I did not make it to Sedona but I too brought an Omega D5XL with Rodenstock lenses.

    The markings are worn off the voltage control/time box. Can someone tell me the units for each numbered dial and the switch on the bottom right?

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    Have fun at the workshop, one day i will make it. Need to hook up and meet Per in person now that i have seen some of his beautiful prints.


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    Per, thanks for the great workshop. I had a great time. 54 sheets of 4x5, 5 rolls of 120 6x9 and six sheets of 8x20. I just developed the 8x20's and I've got some keepers! Showing and photographing with the 8x20 was fantastic. I had a wonderful time meeting all of the new people and seeing some old faces again.


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    I wish to attend a workshop in California some time in the future with Per Volquartz.
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    Had a lot of fun, thanks guys. I shot about 60 sheets of 8x10 and five rolls on the rangefinder. Hope I have something nice... the mountains looked wild on Tuesday coming down from Brisslecone.
    That should keep me busy for a few weeks.
    Of course Brenda shot 808 shots on her digital.... I think she got one nice one too. LOL
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    It sounds like everyone had a great time. I had a great time in Australia, but it rained most of the time I was in the Victorian mountains, so I took very few images (no LF). Fiji was great, but I didn't shoot any LF there - too busy just trying to get an understanding of the country and find my way around.
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