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    A wee bit late, but Here I am!

    Let's see... ok...

    I am very new to B&W photography with a newly built darkroom. I'd taken classes at a local commuinty college, but they were basically "here's how to develop film/here's how to make prints" classes...no real instruction. As a result, I'm reading books, and looking here & there for input.

    I'm from Wisconsin so there are many opportunities for b&w cow photos
    and great changes of season! I look forward to learning & perhaps posting a few of my "newbie" pics for help!

    Jeanette

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    Welcome! I am sure you will enjoy APUG.

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    Welcome Jeanette,

    My wife is a cheesehead from Madison originally. All I hear about is those damn Badgers and how Wisconsin cheese is better than California cheese.
    Please don't post any cheesy pictures, but cow pictures are fine.


    Enjoy the site and the information that everyone is willing to share.


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    I couldn't think of anything witty to say so I left this blank.

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    Welcome, This is a great place for someone with a good basic knowledge of photography and who wants to advance in any direction. Lots of people here with a wide variety of interests and expertise who are happy to share.
    That is called grain. It is supposed to be there.
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    A man from the wine country marries a woman from cheese country. Your life must be an unending gallery opening, Blansky!

    Welcome, Jeanette. Sean Ross, our fearless leader, is also known for his New Zealand bovine portraits, so I am sure you will have plenty to discuss.

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    welcome Jeanette - strange - 1st Ilfopro, now here!

    have fun

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    David wrote:

    A man from the wine country marries a woman from cheese country. Your life must be an unending gallery opening, Blansky


    Yes, and with all the pretence that goes with it.
    I couldn't think of anything witty to say so I left this blank.

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    Welcome and enjoy the forum.
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    Thanks for the warm welcome! Yes, WI cheese is better than CA cheese, but, ah... the wine from CA...

    Yes, I also belong to the Ilford site... no such thing as too much knowledge!

    Ah, Flotsam! We meet again (with a hen; in a boat....)

    Jeanette

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    Quote Originally Posted by BWGirl
    Ah, Flotsam! We meet again (with a hen; in a boat....)

    Jeanette
    That sounds a bit kinky, and illegal in most southern states.

    Welcome.
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    So, I think the "greats" were true to their visions, once their visions no longer sucked. Ralph Barker 12/2004

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