Camera Show on Nov 22nd
Toronto International Camera Show on Nov 22nd put on by the PHSC.
This one is at the Thornhill Community Centre. Going to see if I can pick up a lense for the Horseman.
More details at their website. http://www.phsc.ca.
There is a discount coupon on their site for $2 off, hope it's still valid if you print off their flyer.
btw, anyone East of the GTA ( Pickering - Oshawa) wants to go shoot (large format) someday, always could use some company. I'm in Whitby.
Sounds interesting, wish I could go.
Camera show ...
Thanks for a most interesting site! Do wish I was still visiting Toronto on a regular basis.
I plan on going, but I've said that about the last two. I walk around and look and a bunch of stuff I don't need- and sometimes I buy that stuff.
Know what you mean. I go to look for specific items but come back with a bag load of anything but the items I was looking for. The prices really drop at the end of the day too, so that doesn't help either.
Dave White and I are planning to car pool in. That way even if you resist and don't buy anything it is a great way to have time to gab. I am always on the look out for all sorts of old stuff to put on display on the shelf if I in the past once used it.
Thanks for the reminder; I wil be there, it's always fun.
Bharat, I'm not set to shoot LF yet (still gathering bits and pieces) but I would take out my 500 C/M system for a shoot. Do you have any locations in mind (I drive regardless of distance). Cheers
Maybe we could organize a Hassey Outing if there are others too! I've got a 500C/M aswell that could use some exercise. No preference on locations - I like to dabble in everything. I'm out of town next week, but will PM you when I get back.
btw - I checked out your website - some amazing photography. Good eye!
I scored some 11x14 Forte PWT paper and a shoot-through umbrella. Kind of thin on black & white roll film, but tons of colour sheet film -- maybe next time. Liberated a dry-mount press from Mike's place on the way home, so all in all a good day.
I went looking for the guy that sold the Lucky 120 film for a buck a roll. He wasn't there. The other film there looked to be extremely outdated. Some of the boxes I saw said 1995. Some of the equipment seem quite overpriced too.