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Thank you so much for the wonderful light box instructions. My cat kept squishing the cardboard ones I was making. Your tutorial helped me tremendously! :)
I was looking in your shop you have the jessem Dowel jig the mortise pal and the. Dowelmax.
Wichita one do you like better ?
Thanks for the simple but effective light box tutorial! Love the Courthouse Gallery.
I think your website is very interesting as I too like to take photographs! I wrote a review about your light box photography. That was interesting and I never knew what they used to take such great photographs! Thanks for the information!
Beautiful website you have! I would love for you to review mine if you would and let me know what you think. I am still fine tuning it and would be greatful for the feedback. www.divorcedmothersunite.com
Bill, I have written this comment in one of your posted works:
"It is definably the best tutorial Ive ever read. Simple and direct, clear and instructive; this is all a person would need to make the first big jump into photography world.
I have already recommended this link Bill, to many of my friends and new members to the photo site where I share photo works.
No words to express our gratitude for this gently effort."
Now Bill, I will need your permission to use it as a tutorial to all newbies that come to join us in a few photo-sharing sites I interact with. I make copy/paste it, just add the link to here in PBase or both. It will be of an absolutely help to many new photographers to be...
Here is my email if you wish to drop me a line giving the permission: email@example.com (of course I'm Cuban...LOL)
Thanks in advance for you kindheartedness Bill...!
Thanks for taking the time to produce a good looking website Bill - your pictures are beautiful. As a Sawmill Creek member , I find it refreshing to see a presentation that took as much, if not more, time to produce as the product. Well done Bill !