Another BUMP!! ;)
Another BUMP!! ;)
Just wanna BUMP this thread one more time to keep it fresh in the minds of all you New England APUGers... especially for the Sunday program. I am hoping to see a bunch of you at the lectures. Plus the NELFPC group will have plenty of examples of their work up on the walls of the VPC.
See ya Sunday! :D
Thanks for the bump, Gene. Barry says he'll be there and so will I. Got a few more pieces of "junk" for you.
Wooo Hooo... more STUFF! :D
Looking forward to seeing y'all tomorrow.
I won't be able to come today, which is a bummer because the program looks great, but yesterday was great with Bob Carnie! Thanks to everyone!
Great presentations, fabulous work on the wall, nice people... what's not to like? Thanks, Gene.
It's always good to see ya Whitey... and thanks for the kindling. ;)
As for the rest of the weekend, it was a great time meeting old and new friends, seeing some wonderful photographs, watching that amazing Mr Carnie demo his considerable skills.
I want to thank Steve Sherman for putting this weekend program together and also a great big thanks to his wife for putting up with us.
A truly inspiring weekend, thanks to the many APUGer's who attended
Bob Carnie in the darkroom
Ken Hanson, NELFPC member, Sunday lecture on publishing his first monograph at the Valley Photo Center in Springfield, MA
Paul Turnbull, Curator and Director of Exhibitions @ Hallmark Museum of Contemporary Photography, Turners Falls, MA
Paul Paletti leads a spirited discussion on a Wynn Bullock photo
Bob Carnie darkroom group pix
I had a chance to apply Mr. Carnie's Split Grade Printing technique in the darkroom yesterday. In some cases the results were subtle, although with the right image it was truly dramatic. I can't thank NELFPC enough for putting on the demonstration & Bob Carnie for offering his expertise in the Darkroom. This past weekend is another great example of the direction of this group.
Many Thanks, Dan Groth
Now I can enlarge again, after watching Bob Carnie in action. I should be able to double my body of work in a few weeks just out of the backlog of smaller negatives alone. Tedious though the travelling was, what I took away was of immeasurable value.
Thanks again Steve and Vicky for all you do.