|Posted: Sat Jun 28, 2008 1:31 am Post subject: Re: Never work on your framings when you're tired
|. . .Conclusion: never do this job when you're tired.
Been there did that, didn't like it, wouldn't repeat it if possible
I have one question . . .
Would one actually consider this an essential photo basic ?
EMPLOYMENT: That which funded photography and my new woodworking business.j.lukow
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