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    Took my Dad's camera out for a play. Ended up with almost nothing I liked, but I few I did.

    Underpass Grime

    Path to Town
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    no, mardi gras beads are not biodegradable, but they are very, very shiny, especially when aided by the moon.
    • CommentTimeNov 24th 2010
    stuff, in my house.


    • CommentTimeNov 24th 2010 edited
    Normally I wouldn't share a blurry photo, but I feel that the blur actually adds to this shot - makes it somewhat eerie.

    Yapton Church - Fuzzy
    • CommentTimeNov 26th 2010
    Seward Rush Hour

    Seward Rush Hour
    • CommentTimeNov 26th 2010
    Experiment in long exposures. I wasn't out for long because it was -1C and I forgot to bring gloves. Or a sweater. or my fucking mind, apparently.

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    @Oldhat-Very nice, I especailly like the second one.
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    @oldhat - I'm digging the first one. nice.

    I went outside for a walk last week. Oh, did I pay for it.




    this is my case for legalization of medical marijuana:


    (is my sig tag too obtrusive?)
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    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2010
    It snowed all last night and most of today. I don't think I've ever seen so much snow here.

    Snowy Night
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    @Barton: Lovely view! If you don't mind, which area is that marina in?
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2010
    @Rachel, that is a LOVELY sig tag! If you're worrying about it being too obtrusive, I'd change the opacity level so that it's closer to a watermark, but with how light the weight on that font is, I really don't think you need to.
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    • CommentTimeNov 29th 2010

    Been busy with developing, scanning and rescanning and cataloguing my negatives.
    Good to see people produce great work!
    • CommentTimeNov 29th 2010
    @oldhat, all of those pictures are good.

    @Rachel, i like your watermark as well. i'd probably keep it in the corners at all times, and alternate between a set light and dark shade.
    • CommentTimeNov 29th 2010
    @Trini thanks, it was a nice day -- that's Seward Harbor on Alaska's Kenai Peninsula. It's a tiny bit blurry, but that's about par when shooting from the water.
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    @dorkmuffin & allana -

    Thanks. I've been double doubting myself and unsure. I have fiddled with the transparency, but I'm still messing about trying to determine HOW visible it should be, and at what size it will most likely be viewed. Good to know I'm on the right track.

    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2010 edited
    My view from yesterday morning while waiting for the train

    So while going through some photos from yesterday's job, I found that my image sensor has about three dead pixels, one freen, one red and one white. The green one, when taking the exposure to it's highest, reveals a thin line of green under it going down to the bottom of the image.

    So what's to be done in cases like this? I've had the camera about seven years so it's WAY past it's warranty. Do I just take it in or start saving up for a new camera?
    EDIT: Just got told best thing to do is get a new sensor or buy a new camera. In the meantime, I can live with taking the picels out on the computer. Fff....
    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2010