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    I see I'm a few weeks past due here, but a welcome from sunny (then rainy... then sunny... then rainy... has it been an hour yet?) Nanaimo! FYI Black Dog, that's also in BC

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    Hello from SE Wisconsin. My wife and I visited Washington last year, where she grew up. We also took the boat across to Vancouver and stayed overnight in Sidney. Loved the area. Look forward to visiting again.
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    Kelly,

    Welcome from your neighbor to the south.

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    Hi All,

    I just found this group and felt it would be great to join in. I have made my living as a photographer for 35 years, starting with commercial, small product, annual report and magazine photography 1972-1988 and then moving to a speciality in aerospace work 1988-1996 and finally to photographic systems engineering at the Kennedy Space Center where I still am today. Commercial work is how I have fed my body but my soul has been fed by my large format B&W work. I got published and exhibited whenever I wanted to with my landscape and portrait work but my recent project has gone down in flames after a really promising start, due to my desire to actually make some relevant images that reflect society. I have had two major shows with this work but the political backlash and resulting censorship have made venue for this project scarce. Part of the problem is that I mixed documentary, fine art and illustrative techniques and nobody in the gallery and museum world knows what to make of it. The second reason is that the work evokes strong reactions and finally I use nudity metaphorically which is a major faux pas down here in the deep south. I was wondering if any of you have experienced the sharp blade of censorship or am I just unlucky?

    Enough complaining, I am well versed on zone system, large format, lighting, set building, Darkroom, B&W printing Optics and photographic systems tech. I will be glad to contribute to the discourse on these subjects. If you want to see where I am coming from visit my site at www.issuesandicons.com

    Stay well,

    Adam Nehr

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    Hi Adam - taking a look through your photography, I'm definitely loving your latest series.

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    Adam,
    Welcome and *please* start a new thread introducing yourself so that more people can welcome you and see your fine work.

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    Hi Kelly. Welcome from Thunder Bay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaygee View Post
    I'm a photographer (aren't we all!) and screenprinter
    Welcome from the U.K.

    I work for a screen printing company but it is technical/commercial rather than artistic. (= boring!).


    Steve.
    "People who say things won't work are a dime a dozen. People who figure out how to make things work are worth a fortune" - Dave Rat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post
    Welcome from the U.K.

    I work for a screen printing company but it is technical/commercial rather than artistic. (= boring!).


    Steve.
    Hi Steve! Well, we do apparel and design. I don't do design, I'm just a squeegee puller! But working there does afford me the opportunity to come in after hours if I wish and make my own designs, whether they're put on apparel or not. So that's not too bad in my opinion!

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