Essex Junction, VTUSA
December 20, 2010
With my series of classes I hope to help camera owners begin to understand how their camera interacts with light so they can use it like a tool to accomplish their creative intent rather than just a recording device.
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What can I say - I own the place.
Haven't forgotten about your request for a slideshow-type of presentation of my work. Weather contingencies in Vermont winter preclude solid dates for over an hour's drive, including your regularly scheduled, interesting-sounding meet-ups, most unfortunately. I am hoping to get there as soon as I'm able. Thank you again for your referrals - am still working most diligently on everything!!
Hey Ken thanks for getting me in. Keep me updated.
Ha Ha, I replaced my camels hump photo with a photo of myself, I totally prefer to be on the other end of the camera. But looking like Camel's hump is a huge compliment. I think it is a very good looking mountain. This photo is one of my daily life, running a horse farm, and teaching riding lessons.
Thanks for your group, I have been to 2 or 3 of your meetings and loved it. Tina
thanks for intro to Curley's work - amazing! ... am not sure I can make it to Middlebury today.
My pleasure to be on board, as they say.
Be on the lookout for a BIG reply to your innocent email.