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Ron Marquez
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Different approach to black and white photography
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“Quando un caro amico mi mostrò le immagini di Gabriele Croppi, fui colpita dalla bellezza e dalla loro potenza, e mi resi conto che avrei dovuto conoscerlo. Avevo appena terminato un volume intitolato New York: A Photographer's City, pubblicato da Rizzoli, dedicato agli artisti contemporanei ...
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72 people
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57 people
James Jen's profile photo
marcos vasquez's profile photo
Scott Kwang's profile photo
Lauric Tan's profile photo
Alex Corelli's profile photo
Dmitriy Obukhov's profile photo
Keith Moss's profile photo
David Goodrich's profile photo
Yinuo Chen's profile photo
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  • University of California, San Diego
    Electrical Engineer, 2008 - 2011
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  • SDG&E
    Test Engineer, present
  • Northrop Grumman
    Electrical Engineer Intern, 2010 - 2011
  • Photonics Systems Group
    Optical Engineer Intern, 2010 - 2010
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I didnt know what to expect from this shop when I first read all the reviews. But since they are the closest camera shop from my house, i decided to give it a shot. I brought my canonet ql17 giii in to get fixed. I got a call back next day telling me it was ready. I tested it out and everything is as good as new. They actually did more than I asked them to, also. I just needed a front element replaced, but ended up with all the other parts that I removed. I also brought my Mamiya c220 with an 80mm f2.8 lens to get a sticky shutter fixed. A little more difficult than repalcing the canonet front element. They said they will check it out to see if anything else was wrong with the system and that theyll get back to me within the next two days. I got a call back next day telling me that there were a few more issues that that I told them. They gave me an estimated two weeks for the camera to be fixed. I got it back within that time frame. No more sticky shutter, no more light leaks. Everything work slike a charm. They also sell film cameras there. They will ensure you that the camera is functioning properly before letting you take it from the shop. That is the type of camera shop I was looking for all along. I dont know what all the bad reviews were all about, but seeing that they were from years ago, they have made some changes. Excellent experience with this shop. Bottom Line: Awesome experience
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