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The latest in the "Session setup's" area  
« on: Oct 2nd, 2004, 3:50pm »

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Re: The latest in the "Session setup's"  
« Reply #1 on: Oct 4th, 2004, 11:25am »

Mr. Kramer,
 
Your work just blows me away! I love this site and would love to join.  
 
I'm worried about not being able to devote the time. I do photography totally on the side and really do what I can on weekends and at the same time try to spend as much time with my wife and two children.
 
From reading all the comments from other users, I feel this would be great!
 
Do you have a place on the site for standard dial-up users? I'm hoping to "trade up" to DSL soon.
 
I'm so glad I discovered your Portra Net. I'm just exicted to be able to join on the inside as soon as I can.
 
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« Reply #2 on: Oct 4th, 2004, 11:59am »

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Do you have a place on the site for standard dial-up users?

 
Hi Clark, I'm not sure what you mean a place on the site? PortraNET will work for dialup or DSL/CABLE - the only difference being speed. If you join and keep your dial up, the only major drawback would be the vast video library. The downloads would take forever. So to help you out, I could mail you a DVD with all the videos on it to save you the excessive download time.  
 
DSL will be a wise upgrade.  I have DSL at my studio (with the higher speed option) and I have cable at my home. (cable is still a good deal faster, but costs quite a bit more).
 
Time with family is always a issue. It all depends on how bad you want it and giving up a little family time now to provide them a better life in the near future.  Sure my family suffered a bit when I started my business, my wife and I had a few fights where they told me to "get a real job". But now, I spend more time with my family than anyone else I know. And they don't go without anything. And when I do work - its by choice and it's FUN!
 
Looking forward to working with you, keep me posted.
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« Reply #3 on: Oct 4th, 2004, 12:01pm »

on Oct 4th, 2004, 11:25am, Clark_Sanders wrote:
I do photography totally on the side and really do what I can on weekends and at the same time try to spend as much time with my wife and two children.

 
Clark,
 
First I want to say welcome! But, I just wanted to let you know that I am in the same boat as you, and that is exactly why this is such a great place. Your time is precious, so why waste it experimenting and learning things that you will not do once you learn more. Just learn it right, and learn it right away. PortraNet will give you a big learning curve.
 
That is just my opinion. Good luck.
 
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« Reply #4 on: Oct 4th, 2004, 12:40pm »

Mr. Kramer and Mr. Andrews,
 
Thanks for your replies. My question about the speed you answered perfectly. I should have phrased it better. I meant to bring a photo with me to work today to post but forgot. I did two sessions Saturday and was quite proud. I studied lots of images on your site and tried to mirror or mimick the lighting set-up. Don't think I got it, but they didn't look do bad. My subjects liked them. I know they can be improved upon greatly. I'll post them later.
 
Thanks again for your comments and support!
 
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