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    Large format workshop in Salt Lake Sat. Sept 6th

    A free large format workshop will be held at Wasatch Photographic Sat. Sept 6th 2008 from 10:00 to 4:00. 392 East 3900 South 261-1707. Several subjects will be covered but this workshop will be dealing with the very basics of LF photography. Everyone is welcome but if you are new to LF or just interested this day is for you.

    Call Wasatch or PM me for more info. John
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    Quote Originally Posted by raucousimages View Post
    A free large format workshop will be held at Wasatch Photographic Sat. Sept 6th 2008 from 10:00 to 4:00. 392 East 3900 South 261-1707. Several subjects will be covered but this workshop will be dealing with the very basics of LF photography. Everyone is welcome but if you are new to LF or just interested this day is for you.

    Call Wasatch or PM me for more info. John
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    You guys put on a great workshop today!
    I was pleasantly surprised to see such a turn out! Kudos to you!
    It was great seeing you again and meeting some new people as well.
    Brian
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    Many thanks to John, Jason, Robert and the folks at Wasatch Photographic for a great forum. It was nice to meet people that have a lot of passion for large format.

    Barry

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    Yep, thanks so much you guys, it was great!

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    Thanks for the workshop

    I enjoyed it very much.

    Alan

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    So who won the camera?

    I was sorry that I am not closer to Salt Lake City. I would have loved to come to the workshop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDreadPirateRobins View Post
    So who won the camera?
    I did, but...
    I gave it to yardkat, LF isn't really my thing so I gave it to her.
    I know she'll use it WAY more than I would.
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    Tee hee! Yep, it's sitting in my room right now. I'm bidding on film holders as we speak. (I've lost two auctions already, but I've been in and out and not paying total ebay attention.) My learning curve is going to be huge! Thank you Brian, I'll be giving you a call in a couple of hours. Thank you also John, Jason, and Robert, and Wasatch Photo, it was great!

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    If you can stop by, I may have a few.
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