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    Boise, ID?

    Anyone out there in or visiting Boise, say something! It seems this area is totally devoid of traditional photographers...

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    I was in Boise this past September. Does that count?

    Hello from Maryland!

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    I'm probably moving to Boise this summer.

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    There are a couple of us here... I talked to JonW, who is here, over the weekend. You might want to drop in at Boise Photo & Darkroom Supply (on Fairview & Milwaukie) & meet the owner Tom Cooper- he's working hard at keeping the traditional light burning.

    I know of a couple other people here who are not only interested in traditional photography, but also exploring some of the alternative processes. Give me a holler sometime & we can work at meeting up.

    Quote Originally Posted by Will Whelan
    Anyone out there in or visiting Boise, say something! It seems this area is totally devoid of traditional photographers...
    John (Alpha Flying Monkey) Moore
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    Give a holler when you get here... I can point you to some of the local resources.

    Quote Originally Posted by magic823
    I'm probably moving to Boise this summer.

    Steve
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    Not from Bosie, but do get through there quite a few times each year..

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    The Boise Camera Club looks to be fairly active. I haven't attended yet (living in Seattle) but I hope to.

    I'll be in Boise the weekend of Feb. 18 finalizing the job offer. If it happens, its just a matter of selling our home is Seattle. Plus I have to find a home to buy in Boise that will fit my darkroom and woodworking shop.

    Steve
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    Quote Originally Posted by magic823
    I'm probably moving to Boise this summer.

    Steve
    Me too!

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    Sounds like it's about time to start a Boise APUG chapter!

    A couple of us are trying to get a traditional/analog-based group started here... There is the Idaho Photographic Workshop & the Boise Camera Club, but neither are analog-specific. We've talked about shooting trips, workshops, etc.

    I think that if enough interest could be generated we could convince a couple of the people who travel with their workshops to come to Boise... My wife works for a software company, they are basically "virtual", and she gives training for their partners. She found that the travel costs to Boise are affordable enough to make Boise a training center for her company. I'm sure we could bring a couple of people here.
    John (Alpha Flying Monkey) Moore
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    The Boise area is thick with image makers, even some holdouts doing traditional photographic work and at least one local supplier dedicated to traditional process. There is even still a lab running E-6 color film. You can check out Idaho Photographic Workshop online at www.idahophotographicworkshop.org. In the interest of full disclosure, I am the current president. It is an organization with some very talented people with really diverse skills that are really just is interested in celebrating personal vision and looking for ways to get the work out where the public can see it. Hope to see you there.

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