A View Camera Festival - Portland, Oregon

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I would like to make the following announcement:

Together with ProPhoto Supply, Portland State University, and the Photo Americas event, the Portland Photographers' Forum (PPF) is sponsoring a


This is a two day event, on Friday & Saturday, October 6th & 7th, 2000. The price for both days is $40 (Fourty Dollars.) This covers both days. Please send checks to:

PPF, P.O.Box 5643, Portland, OR. 97228.

Payment in advance preferred, but not required.

All profits go to grants to support local area photographers. For information, contact Robert Brummitt at 503-614-0161 (Robert8x10@Hotmail.COM) or myself at 503-359-7812 during the evenings.

*********************************** FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6TH.

7:00AM: Registration. Preload film for The Great Portland Shootout.

8:00AM: Doors open. Introductions.

9-11AM: Shoot Out, concluding w/group photo at Benson House (PSU) LUNCH (Not Provided)

12:30PM: Charley Cramer, Color/Digital Dye-Transfer.

2:00PM: Ilford Rep. Nelson Schhmitz Q&A

3:00PM: Stu Levy, Black & White Grid Portraits

4-6PM: Panel Discussion, "Digital in Fine Art & Commercial Photography."

7-9PM: ASMP Discussion, "When, and When Not To Use Digital Photography. Guest Speaker, Greg Ross

*********************************** SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7th.

8:00AM Jack Wiles, Oregon Parks & Recreation

9:30-12PM: Greg Ross, Commercial Photographer.

LUNCH (Not Provided)

1:00PM: John Wimberley, Black & White/Pyro.

2:30PM: Adam Bacher, Color/ High Altitude Mountain Photography

3:30PM: Takako Wastman, Platinum/Hand Coloring

4:30PM: Fuji Rep, Gary Scott Q&A.

5:30-6PM: Closing, Farewells.

PPF is a non-profit organization supporting photography in the Portland metro area. (Speakers subject to change.)

-- neil poulsen (neil.fg@att.net), September 30, 2000


pro photo is surely one of the finest professional photography suppliers in the nation, and i rely on them regularly for many specialty products, as well as reliable technical information. i applaud their efforts to support this LF festival, and i know it will be an enjoyable and educational experience for all. thanks, guys!

-- jnorman (jnorman@teleport.com), September 30, 2000.

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