too many cameras?

Discussion in 'General Shop Talk' started by TylerCacek, Dec 15, 2008.

  1. TylerCacek

    TylerCacek TPF Noob!

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    If anyone has an excess of 35mm cameras in their shop that they are sick of looking at, I am running a program with the HALO foundation (www.halowordwide.org) that is providing completely free photography workshops to orphans and former child soldiers in Uganda ( a lot of these children have emotional scarring that photography can help them express and cope with). We are in desperate need of 35mm cameras and film. if anyone could be so generous, our program, Cameras 4 Children, would really appreciate your help. no doubt, a large group of suffering children would also appreciate your generosity.

    thanks so much, if anyone has any questions, please email me at tyler.a.cacek@gmail.com . you can also call me at 573.356.7861

    -Tyler Cacek
     
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    That sounds very positive!

    Love & Bass
     
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    Have you considered writing to large company's, such as Fujifilm?
     
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    Just a suggestion--Have you thought of buying the children bulk film and bulk film loaders and reusable film cannisters and teching them how to deveop thier own film!


    This program is great! nothing like giving the gift of photography!
     

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