Camera Craniums

General Category => General Discussion => Topic started by: Jonathan on February 22, 2010, 08:18:58 AM

Title: If you like car photography (and Tim Wallace)
Post by: Jonathan on February 22, 2010, 08:18:58 AM
Got an email the other day about a 2 day course Calumet are running.

2 days playing with Land Rovers under the watchful eye of Mr Tim Wallace (I expect he'll give some tips too :) ).

Oh and you can leave your Canon/Nikon rivalry at home.  Cos the event is running with proper cameras.  Yeah - you get to play with an H4D.....

http://www.calumetphoto.co.uk/ctl?ac.ui.pn=common.CalumetEventsDetail&ac.calendar.eventID=7086
Title: Re: If you like car photography (and Tim Wallace)
Post by: picsfor on February 22, 2010, 08:27:10 AM
Probably already fully booked just for the chance to play with a 'Blad let alone enjoy some time with Tim, but thanks for posting.

Not a chance in hell i would sign up in case i liked the HD4 too much - i can't think of a single argument that allow me to justify getting one even if i could afford it!
Title: Re: If you like car photography (and Tim Wallace)
Post by: hevans on February 22, 2010, 08:50:33 AM
I booked in for the Morgan/Malvern session  (http://www.ambientlife.co.uk/articles_127202.html)last Thursday. There are probably still places available.

It does say on the Ambient life site that you should bring your own camera along.

And I don't think I'll have issues with the HD4, I can't afford/justify it. Although at the course last year at F. Doorhof's studio (http://www.frankdoorhof.com/page0.html) we played with his Leaf, which was very nice. He did also say that a medium format camera is not out of the budget for a serious amateur, as the 2nd hand market is quite competitive (all the pros continually upgrading).

H.
Title: Re: If you like car photography (and Tim Wallace)
Post by: Treehugga on February 22, 2010, 10:16:15 AM
Good ol Tim, he's doing really well with his photography business and he deserves it  :tup: