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  1. #101

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    Hey Rory and welcome! The gang down here in Cork seems to be growing. Look forward to meeting you. Weather and work permitting us apuggers in Cork try and get out for local shoots when we can so we'll keep you in the loop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Szabo View Post
    I've been informed by the wife we are going to Ireland (someday, not soon).

    Her family (one of the many Ahearns) is from there (southern, I believe) and she'd like to see her "old country" (I'd like to burn up a bit of film, also).

    Someday - someday ...
    Make it sooner, its got a lot to offer.
    Regards Dave.

    An English Eye


  3. #103

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    Cheers for the welcomes. Mel - looks like you are a neighbour of mine (Whitegate)! Rory

  4. #104

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    Hey all,

    I thought I would say hello, before I start offloading the thousand questions I have about equipment and processing. I am back and forth between digital and analog, but I prefer using my Mamiya 7 over all.
    I'm not good at introducing myself, so have a look at my photos instead: www.barothi.com . See you later,

    Zoltan

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    Hi Zoltan,

    Welcome to the Irish corner of Apug. I also own a Mamiya 7 so you're in good company

    Peter
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    "you get your mouth off of my finger" Les McLean

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    Welcome to Ireland Zoltan. Your work is very impressive and shows a unique approach to picture taking. If you wish to join a camera club as well as APUG check out dublin camera club.ie

    Cheers
    Vincent

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    Welcome Zoltan, those Mamiyas are pretty cool, I've just got a 6 recently and love it.

    Enjoy APUG and post often.

    Fintan

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    Hi Zoltan and welcome to the Irish corner
    Really lovely stuff over on your website, looking forward to seeing more.
    Síle

    If you saw a man drowning and you could either save him or photograph the event...what kind of film would you use?

  9. #109

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    I was thinking about joining the Dublin Camera Club, but I am not too eager to go to the city centre in the evenings to say the least... I might just have a look tomorrow to see what it's all about. I would like to find a community where I can talk about art, dicuss absurd ideas and not being laughed at.... but I am not sure whether a camera club is the place to go.

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    The clubs aren't really for everyone but I always recommend people to go join one for a few months and see how you like it [or otherwise]

    Of the clubs, I'd rate DCC the best in Ireland personally.



 

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