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    Vince Donovan
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    Big Camera, Big Portraits tonight at Glass Key Photo in San Francisco

    To celebrate the grand opening of Glass Key Photo in their new location, I'll be shooting portraits with the big 1900s Marynen studio camera that they have in the front of the store. I'll be shooting directly onto photo paper, reversal processed as a positive so you can take the photo home with you. Portraits are $20, a fund raiser for the East Bay Photo Collective.
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    Re: Big Camera, Big Portraits tonight at Glass Key Photo in San Francisco

    Quote Originally Posted by vdonovan View Post
    To celebrate the grand opening of Glass Key Photo in their new location, I'll be shooting portraits with the big 1900s Marynen studio camera that they have in the front of the store. I'll be shooting directly onto photo paper, reversal processed as a positive so you can take the photo home with you. Portraits are $20, a fund raiser for the East Bay Photo Collective.
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    Have fun Vince, wish I could be there !

    Rudi A.

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    Re: Big Camera, Big Portraits tonight at Glass Key Photo in San Francisco

    8x10's?

    hand developed or do you have a machine?

    as an aside... back when I was in college.. I wanted to have a photo show in the gallery at the Ucen by starting with blank walls on the first day.. then everyday I'd grab interesting looking students as they passed by and shoot them on 8x10 Polaroid, then immediately slap the pix up on the wall..never was able to as the head of the photography dept was 'not into it (because I wasn't a photo major prolly)' and polaroid 8x10 was the outlandish sum of about 5 bucks a shot.. I liked the idea though and still think it's a good idea .. thus I like your plan

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