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Thread: Retiring from LF aerial photography business

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    Retiring from LF aerial photography business

    I am retiring from the LF business & would be willing to train a lucky individual the technique of shooting 8x10" from choppers. I have all the equipment, image examples and references (ie Peter B. Kaplan). Anyone looking for a unique niche or aquiring my equipment?

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    Re: Retiring from LF aerial photography business

    I love helicopters, and 8x10, where are you located?

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    Re: Retiring from LF aerial photography business

    If you were in Europe we certainly would be discussing this over a coffee somewhere ;-)
    Are we truly creative, or simply too lethargic to become pedestrian?

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    Re: Retiring from LF aerial photography business

    Calgary Alberta. Do you have an 8z10 camera already?

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    Re: Retiring from LF aerial photography business

    Would you happen to know someone who would be interested in acquiring some 8x10 equiment?-2 Toyoview field cameras, 155,240,480 & 1200mm lenses (Yes 1200mm Nikon FD!), cases, file holders & my secret weapon a specially designed mount allowing 8x10 aerial photography using a shutter speed down to 1/60th of a sec.
    With phone call cheap these days I could call you. If you would like to communicate please provide your phone number mine is 403.208-0770 in Calgary Alberta,-Stefan

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    Re: Retiring from LF aerial photography business

    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan88 View Post
    Calgary Alberta. Do you have an 8z10 camera already?
    I was considering asking if you were in Calgary... I'm a LF virgin though.

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