I'm new here. Don't know how this page works, its been years since I have engaged in these forums but wanted to say HI. I am hoping to do 1 or 2 shows next year to get my feet wet. which means I need to get a Tent and some products ASAP to set my booth up for photos. I am a travel photographer. I've traveled to 49 states and have photographed most of them.

I think I am going to pull the trigger on an EZUp tent. two reasons, 60% of the time I will be setting up solo as my husband won't be with me, and I just don't have the funds to purchase the other right now; especially when I don't know how this will go. I am in Colorado and so that makes me nervous--Our weather is notorious. Any advice, I would truly appreciate it. I have never entered an art show so it's all new. We have to start somewhere. I don't even know if my art is "good enough". Happy to be among veterans here who can guide me. Thanks for taking the time.12288280095?profile=RESIZE_710x

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  • Hello Darlene, welcome to our website.  Take a look around here.  You will find lots of information to help you.  We have great members here.  We help each other when we can.

    I love your photo.



  • Colorado resort area shows are cosistantly good. Generally locals, returners and new crop each year. Reviews for Estes Park, Winter Park, Carbondale and some older others by me on this site and Facebook groups. Get good weights for tent and as you summer wear is shorts and hoodie🤣.

    • Good to know Richard. Thanks. The tent is my most complicated piece. I feel as though I should bite the bullet and go with something like a Trimline for reliability. But my budget is saying "Girl. are you sure you should dive in" EEK.

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