Scanned 35mm photographs

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I am not usually a 35mm user, but I went to a camp up at Syracuse University for a week called School Press Institute. I took an advanced photography class there where I had the honor to be taught by Mike McLean, an excelent photojournalist. These pictures however are not photojournalistic ones, sorry :-P

http://bheyer.acgcny.com/spi/1.jpg
http://bheyer.acgcny.com/spi/2.jpg
http://bheyer.acgcny.com/spi/3.jpg
http://bheyer.acgcny.com/spi/4.jpg
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Interesting pictures. Keep trying :)
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Those were interesting, I liked the pile of garbage. :wink: It's cool that you got to go to an advanced photo class. I've been trying to get into creative photography at my school but it fills up fast.
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Thanks guys :)

Shrew, yea it was well worth it, if you wanted to pay the plain ticket fee I'm sure you could come up next year :-) ;-) . It was quite the experience, classes would meet for about 7 or so hours each day, with breaks for lunch and dinner. Very cool :-D
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Plane tix are a bit expensive for that far, but if I really wanted it, maybe my parents would chip in. Do you think it'd be worth the trip? Is it like a camp with housing provided or something?
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yeah you stay up at the college, you'd probably have to be in a newspaper/yearbook/lit magazine club at your school though.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

#3 is the best. love the angle, love the perspective. Nice shot there.
#1 is also good. the colors make it. the others 2 are ok, nothing special

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