Thanks Again, Fairfield County! (& Other News!)

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We're happy & proud to announce that Camera Wholesalers was named "Best Camera Store in Fairfield County" for the SIXTH year in a row by the readers of the Fairfield County Weekly in their 2010 Reader Poll! To quote from their blurb (online & on newstands today):  "These days, it can be impossible to find a good camera shop without heading to Best Buy or an online dealer. At Camera Wholesalers, you can chat about the good old days of film with the employees if you're so inclined. This is where photography lovers go to hang out & where anyone can go for some simple assistance". We thank all of you who voted for us and pledge that we’ll do everything in our power to continue to live up to this cool & wonderful honor. To read the rest of our commendation and the other stores and services that were similarly honored, please click onto their website: http://www.fairfieldweekly.com/best-of-fairfield-2010/hobbies May 8th marked the opening of "IMAGES", the 2nd annual Fairfield Museum & Historical Society photographic exhibition. This exhibit will run at the museum thru June 6th. "IMAGES"  is a juried photography exhibition hosted by the Fairfield Museum to celebrate the exceptional work of 49 talented regional photographers, including Grand Prize Winner John Hafey, a Fairfield resident whose winning image is called "Rock Wall #2" (seen below). The 2010 exhibition will also feature the work of photographer Jay Maisel, an ASMP Life Time Achievement award-winner, ASMP Photographer of the Year, and International Center of Photography’s Infinity Award-Winner. There's a number of special photo related programs for all ages to commemorate the exhibition, including an evening with Mr. Maisel on May 27th. For more information, and a peek at the exhibit submissions, please click onto the following link: http://www.fairfieldhs.org/images.php  (Color image below by Jay Maisel) Finally, have you been considering the purchase of a Leica M9, but would like to try it out first? Well, if you head down to the 3rd Annual New York Photo Festival this weekend in Brooklyn, the folks at Leica will be happy to loan you an M9! (and will ask you to participate in their "Leica Photo Scavenger Hunt"). Here's PDN's blog spot with more information: http://www.pdngearguide.com/gearguide/content_display/news/e3ie30e47167303d76a348cd07c4f074ebahttp://www.pdngearguide.com/gearguide/content_display/news/e3ie30e47167303d76a348cd07c4f074eba

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