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    Quote Originally Posted by GJA View Post
    It seems as though I should skip VC. Maybe will get Lens Work as originally planned and the buy some more book. Leslie Stroebel seems to be a very popular author (judging by the price of the books) Would the 6th edition of View Camera Technique be good enough or do i "need" the 7th ed?

    Also, i realized that I have read Minor White's tiny little book on the zone system, but without a spot meter it made little sense to me and i returned it to my library.
    Or, and this is a valid option, take some of that money and buy some film and sink the rest into APUG if you are not adverse to supporting online communities. Most of the information you will seek is either here or over at LFPF as mentioned above.

    And I have had Minor White's little book, amongst a drove of others, for years and my first spot meter is now only in the mail on its way to me. One of those is not a pre-requisite to understanding and using the info in White's book.
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    GJA... there are many of us LF users in the New England region. Bruce Barlow has hosted some "Kick the Tires" gatherings to introduce LF photography to noobies. He posts the info here on APUG when a gathering is approaching.
    Some of us NE-APUGers gather from time to time and would love to show off our LF cameras. And finally, there is the New England Large Format Photography Collective (NELFPC) that hosts gathering. Again, keep an eye out here on APUG for info about NELFPC.
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