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Old 20th of January 2009 (Tue)   #1
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Thumbs down Seminars by Landon and Kristi Darr "Shooting Higher"

I did a search and nothing came up, so I hope I am not repetitive...

Posting to let you all know to not book any webinar/seminar/workshop with Landon and Kristi Darr, who supposedly are wedding photography superstars and book for $10,000+

They are not photographers of any sort, have never shot a high-end wedding (if any), dont' show up for seminars, etc. etc.

It's a complete rip-off!

Scam!

Don't fall for it!

Just a word of warning so hopefully they disappear soon.
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Old 26th of January 2009 (Mon)   #2
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wtf happened?
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Old 26th of January 2009 (Mon)   #3
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Default Re: Seminars by Landon and Kristi Darr "Shooting Higher"

http://photo.net/photography-education-forum/00R81H

I hope this is OK to post
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Old 26th of January 2009 (Mon)   #4
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Default Re: Seminars by Landon and Kristi Darr "Shooting Higher"

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I just got done reading through that and all I can say is WOW!
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Old 28th of January 2009 (Wed)   #5
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Wow indeed.
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Old 28th of January 2009 (Wed)   #6
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Default Re: Seminars by Landon and Kristi Darr "Shooting Higher"

More info for them if anyone needs it: http://www.whois.net/whois_new.cgi?d...ephoto&tld=com
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Old 5th of February 2009 (Thu)   #7
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Default Re: Seminars by Landon and Kristi Darr "Shooting Higher"

Since they are still out there, I thought I'd revive this...

http://www.photographyblog.com/index...t_2008_events/
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Since they are still out there, I thought I'd revive this...

http://www.photographyblog.com/index...t_2008_events/
Link doesn't work.
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I think this is the correct link: http://www.photographyblog.com/index...t_2008_events/
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UNREAL!!!
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High jack their blog, here. Make life a pain for them.
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Old 4th of March 2009 (Wed)   #12
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he he, but I guess they can just delete any comments they don't like...

the "video" from Vegas is so lame - poor people who signed up for it!!
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