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Cookies35 Silver Member  NL  Nikonian since 18th Apr 2007 Wed 21-Nov-07 12:35 AM
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"ZoomExperience in Utrecht"

ik ben lekker lui vanavond; excuses daarvoor, maar ik post in het engels.

In case this hasn't been posted yet, there's an entire photography expo in Utrecht this weekend! It seems the practically everybody you'd want to be there (EXCEPT NIKON!!!) is going to be there, the entire Jaarbeurs set up just so that photographers (and us wannabe's) can get practice, lessons, and tips.

It's pretty amazing (to me, a beginner) to see how many different things they'll have set up. As an example, the in-line skating world champion, zipping around a course, just so that we can use him as "target practice" ! (I'll definitely be there, for as long as I can take it, trying to learn how to pan. And they'll have a photography pavilion set up with nothing but still lifes, so that we can practice and get tips.

I have no idea what on earth Nikon was thinking about, not even showing up. But nonetheless, it looks like it could be a ton of fun, especially for those of us at the beginner/intermediate level. Tickets are half-price if you buy them ahead of time, either on the website or I've also found them at KameraExpress.

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