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Topic: Completely OT - photography (17 msgs / 299 lines)
1) From: Bill Cutts
I'm not sure of the connection nor what type of photography you're 
interested in but I'm pretty serious - after my high tech start up employer 
went bankrupt this year I'm shooting full time to pay the bills.
Bill
cutts
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2) From: Irene and Lubos Palounek
Completely OT -- who on this list is seriously interested in photography?
Regards, Lubos
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3) From: Bruce Harlick
Off topic, me. :) If you check out my web link, you can see some of the
photo dioramas I've done.
Why do you ask?
Bruce
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Freelance writer, editor, game designerhttp://www.newblackboard.comICQ #4166560

4) From: DJ Garcia
What I've spent on digital photography in the past month pales my coffee
budget :-(
DJ
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5) From: Ed Needham
Was very interested and involved in the past.  My current interest is digital
photography, and digital darkroom (in the computer).  My poor Nikon FE is
left behind quite a bit these days.
I do use the digital for a lot of web page content and multimedia (PowerPoint
stuff for my church).
Ed Needhamhttp://www.homeroaster.comed
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6) From: Leslie Smith
I have a BA in Art History, and my primary form of studio art in my student 
days was B&W photography.  I never did set up my own darkroom at home (was 
a long-time fantasy), and these days I mainly use my cute little Digital 
Elph camera (made by Canon), but I'm still interested in photography.
   - Leslie
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7) From: Eric B. Stauffer
Pentax Spotmatic, Pentax MX, Nikon FA, Nikon N70, Nikon CoolPix 995 and
hopefully with the approval of the CFO a Nikon D100.
In the pre-children days I had a darkroom set up at the house. 95% B&W work
but also dabbled in Cibachrome and some negative work.
I'm sad to think that when my kids are of age there will be no silver based
photography. :-(

8) From: Steven Van Dyke
Well, I do a *little* bit   Check out my site for more info.
Enjoy!
Steve :->
http://www.svandyke.com<- my simple home page
http://www.cafeshops.com/stevespics<- my little store of Impressionist &
Special Events Photography stuff)

9) From: Photogal1966
I am interested in it.
It is what I do for a living, so I had better be! LOL
Andrea  - or at least that is what my boss thinks, ;)

10) From: Dave Huddle
Yep,
I shoot and collect stereo-3D cameras - Revere, Realist, Wirgin,
ViewMaster, Sputnik, FED, etc., etc....
Most of my cameras are older than many of you on this list; certainly
older than our host!
Dave    Westerville, OH
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11) From: Randy Roy
I'm what I guess you would call a serious amateur.  I don't do photography
for a living, but I love it nonetheless.  I currently own a Canon Elan IIE,
Elan 7E and a myriad of Canon lenses.  My next purchase will be a Canon
digital SLR, one of these days.
Randy

12) From: TFisher511
Count me in. I have been active in 35mm for over 30 years and have a bunch of 
Minolta equipment (camera bodies, lenses, flashes, filters, lighting, 
umbrellas). I have been doing a lot with digital over the past 3 years and 
love the versatility it offers. With us in Florida and the family in Indiana 
we share a lot of pictures on the Internet and mailing CD's and video CD's is 
very inexpensive.
Terry F
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13) From: Bill Cutts
I had a mailbox meltdown but I don't think I missed any messages - did we 
ever discover what prompted the question?
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14) From: Ed Needham
Steven...
Great impressionist photography.  I really enjoyed your work.
Ed Needhamhttp://www.homeroaster.comed
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15) From: Les & Becky
You all need to check out Adam Jahiel's website if you want to see some
serious photos.  He is one of our own roasters and he is a very famous
photographer!  I doubt he would toot his own horn so I am doing it for him.
I just wish I had the $ for one of his photographs!  Check out
www.adamjahiel.com!  Maybe if I sell enough tampers?
Les
Roasting and turning tampers in S. Oregon

16) From: Steven Van Dyke
Thanks Ed!
I've got some more to do soon - in fact some I *have* to do.  I got invited
to participate in a fund raiser for the Kansas City Symphony.  The JWSA
(Junior Women's Symphony Alliance) has an event called "Musical
Masterpieces" where they give artists old instruments to turn into art.
Unlike many of the artists, my use is non-destructive. 
Enjoy!
Steve :->
http://www.svandyke.com<- my simple home page
http://www.cafeshops.com/stevespics<- my little store of Impressionist &
Special Events Photography stuff)

17) From: Mark Prince
At 10:13 PM 09/12/2002, you wrote:
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Ditto :)
Mark
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