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    Mar 2021
    Portland, OR

    Smile A journey that never ends

    Hello fellow photographers,

    I recently acquired a Toyo D45M Mono rail 4x5 camera and I can say that I'm in love! I'm rediscovering photography and why I love it so much. I've been using medium format cameras before (Yashica and mamiya) and after watching a YouTube video about large format cameras, the small inner voice I have started getting louder saying "Get one!!" so I did! I know I have a way to long road to walk, but so far the journey is amazing!
    -- Cora Coronel --
    "Your memories will be never forgotten, will remain in photographs"

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    Oregon now (formerly Austria)

    Re: A journey that never ends


    This forum is one of your best resources. Feel free to search for and ask about anything LF related here.

    Greetings from Eugene!


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    Purcellville, VA

    Re: A journey that never ends

    Yes, welcome! Long roads can be rewarding.
    Philip Ulanowsky

    Sine scientia ars nihil est. (Without science/knowledge, art is nothing.)

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    Re: A journey that never ends

    You won't find a better place for friendly and extremely talented people.
    Principal Unix System Engineer, Yoyodyne Propulsion Systems

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    Nov 2008
    Seattle, Wash.

    Re: A journey that never ends

    Welcome from a next door neighbor in Seattle!

    Look forward to seeing your first images from the Columbia River gorge.

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