Wouldn't miss it for the world.
What a great time last year was.
Looking forward to this one.
That's a heavy work week for me, but I'll keep my options open for the weekend.
Tom, on Point Pelee, Canada
Ansel Adams had the Zone System... I'm working on the points
system. First I points it here, and then I points it there...
I registered too...not sure if it will happen Bill, but I'll try.
Look forward to it.
Matt's Photo Site
"I invent nothing, I rediscover". Auguste Rodin
Registered! I see you caught me chimpin in the pics form last year! I'll be camping this time for sure. Can't wait to see everyone again. Maybe I'll have some nifty prints this time. Did Jaime post that Cirkut picture of the group from last year?
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I happened to post the roundshot version today before looking at this thread. I'm hoping to go this year, but have to check the calender. I'll try to get to the cirkut soon.
I registered tonight and I'm looking forward to the gathering! I'll be happily camping.
Just a note to say there are already over 30 people that have registered for this year's gathering! Thanks to all for getting onboard early. I may be asking for some additional help down the line! From under 2 feet of snow, I am looking forward to summer and this event more with each passing day!
Remember that we are looking for people to share demonstrations or presentations. If you have a plan, let me know.
As an addition to this year's gathering, I have added a workshop in Wet Plate Collodion with Joe "Smieglitz" Smigiel and I that will run for the 2 days prior to "Photostock", the 23rd and 24th of June. If interested, why not make it a whole week with us in the woods? More information can be found Here.
Best, Bill Schwab
Bill: I'm planning on spending a few more days up there than I have been able to the first two years, so don't hesitate to ask if I can help with logistics or in any other way.
Hopefully the "whatsit wagon/photovan" will be done in time and pointed north, leaving a trail of ether fumes in its wake. Sounds like a ball! I hope to make it. Robert