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    Re: Whats the verdict on Adobe CC?

    I have Little Snitch, and ended up turning it off. It did its job too well. The constant barrage of warnings didn't let me get any work done.

    I think it would have gotten better if I'd had the...
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    Re: Whats the verdict on Adobe CC?

    I have Little Snitch, and ended up turning it off. It did its job too well. The constant barrage of warnings didn't let me get any work done.

    I think it would have gotten better if I'd had the...
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    Re: Whats the verdict on Adobe CC?

    A lot of people get rid of intrusive DRM features by hacking the software they buy. I do it all the time. Just do a search and download whatever cracks are available for your application. With Adobe...
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    Re: New computer rambling

    It ends up being a more complicated question than this. Different tasks in photoshop behave differently. Some can only run on a singe thread, many can be threaded to two or four processors (with...
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    Re: Shelf life of Ansco 130 powder

    I usually got a few months shelf life from glycin in powder form. Definitely more than 30 days, but less than with other powdered developers. Interesting, its shelf life in solution is longer than...
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    Re: Nihilism, suicide and B&W prints

    Trying to guess at people's feelings and intentions from their art is dangerous business. A lot of kids, especially, get hit with interventions because they've drawn something someone found...
  7. Thread: Blzzard in NYC

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    Re: Blzzard in NYC

    Right now it's just sharp little flakes blowing around. Should start dumping tonight. I'm hoping everything shuts down tomorrow so I can have some fun in Prospect Park.

    The saddest thing here is...
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    Re: "Designing" an exhibition - advice needed

    This is a great question ... a great topic, really, and I don't think any of us is qualified to answer without seeing the work and talking to you at great length about your ideas.

    If there's...
  9. Re: Getting the correct temperature while developing at home?

    I had a darkroom with no water supply and very little climate control. There were a few days a year with temps right in the low 70s when all the chemistry would stay at 68F as if by magic. But most...
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    Re: Best tripod head for 4x5 camera?

    I've used the 3047 for years and liked more than anything else.
    If I were in the market today I'd check out one of these.
  11. Thread: Scan sharpening

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    Re: Scan sharpening

    I sharpen at the scan stage, with a different intent than sharpening for output. I'm trying to recover sharpness lost in the scanning, and to start with as high an apparent signal-to-noise ratio as...
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    Re: 4x5" and 8x10" - Quality Differences?

    The advantages and disadvantages are exactly what you'd expect with any change in format size. If you don't need to stop down for depth of field (because you're using selective focus or photographing...
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    Re: Schneider: new lenses for the new year 2015

    I'm glad I chose not to sell my lenses. They're worth half or less what I paid for them, but it would be just my luck that the price would go through the roof from scarcity right before I decide to...
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    Re: Hiking Boots for Plantar Fasciitis

    They say a grizzle bear once died at the mere site of his size-80 custom boot, he did.
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    Re: Going to New York

    Looks like the weather will be quite mild this week.
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    Re: Going to New York

    The cops are on a work slowdown right now, so I'd be less worried than ever about someone bugging you about permits. Just use common sense and don't clog any arteries.

    To bring a big camera or not...
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    Re: Hiking Boots for Plantar Fasciitis

    Asolo's always made really nice boots. I used to covet my sister's Yukons (I think they still make these). Asolo's lasts never quite fit my feet so I've always had to admire from a distance.
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    Re: Todd Papageorge on Robert Adams

    I cringe a little when critics try to dig around inside someone's head, but Mr. P. at least doesn't pile it on too terribly thick.
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    Todd Papageorge on Robert Adams

    http://www.americansuburbx.com/2011/07/robert-adams-missing-criticism-what-we.html
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    Re: Hiking Boots for Plantar Fasciitis

    of course they didn't. He's EIGHTY TWO years old, Drew. The boots I'm talking about didn't exist in his day.

    I'm talking about what they're wearing on 1st ascents in the Karakorum in this...
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    Re: Hiking Boots for Plantar Fasciitis

    Hooray!
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    Re: Hiking Boots for Plantar Fasciitis

    Cut it with the straw man arguments. Everyone I mentioned is an alpinist. Except for one who's an ultra trail runner.
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    Re: Hiking Boots for Plantar Fasciitis

    ...but that's really a different conversation. Plenty of people have reason to wear heavier boots. My point is that modern ones are plenty high quality.

    And my evidence is that if you look at the...
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    Re: Hiking Boots for Plantar Fasciitis

    Well, yeah, Drew, the light+fast ethos only works for people with the skills to pull it off. Otherwise it becomes light+slow ... which is a problem.

    You're conflating inexperienced people who go...
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    Re: Hiking Boots for Plantar Fasciitis

    Drew, I'm delighted that you have a nephew who does more than complain on the internet. I don't see how that makes you "out of my league," since i actually climb stuff (when I'm not fielding your...
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    Re: Subliminal messages in LF

    I don't look at LF images anymore, because they all tell me to murder celebrities and heads of state.
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    Re: Ed Ranney at The New Mexico Museum of Art.

    Thanks for posting. I wish I could go to this. Ed was my one photo teacher in college. I doubt he'd remember me, but he influenced me profoundly.

    He didn't seem to have much experience teaching...
  28. Re: Ok! Setting up a web site. What to do about image security?

    This thread goes on and on, but I still don't see a specific mention of what anyone's afraid of. Maybe if that were more clear someone could make a meaningful recommendation.

    I think we've already...
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    Re: Hiking Boots for Plantar Fasciitis

    Which is why you need to stop conflating your special needs with everyone else's. It's entirely understandable that someone with terribly abnormal feet would need custom-made boots. But I don't...
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    Re: Hiking Boots for Plantar Fasciitis

    [Jeremiad Generator™ > On!]

    Oh Drew. I do believe you're familiar with the old kletterboots, as I am also. But I don't think you know anything about what's available today. I've got two pairs of...
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    Re: Hiking Boots for Plantar Fasciitis

    Vasque is and always was an American company. Raichle seems to have been bought by Mammut, also of Switzerland.

    La Sportiva, Scarpa, and Asolo make their boots in Italy. Their current offerings...
  32. Re: Ok! Setting up a web site. What to do about image security?

    Or ask what you mean by "steal." Do you care about someone using your image as their pc wallpaper? Or hot-linking to it with a mention of your site? I don't.

    I think the only kind of stealing that...
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    Re: Hiking Boots for Plantar Fasciitis

    I don't think any hiking boots have much arch support off the shelf. You'll need to experiment with orthotics or insoles. Some boots have more than others. My La Sportiva mountaineering boots have a...
  34. Re: Ok! Setting up a web site. What to do about image security?

    Truly, the one active thing you can do is register the copyrights of your images (this just allows you to collect greater damages if you sue someone).

    As much as I agree this is a good idea, I'll...
  35. Re: Interesting article: "36 Megapixels vs 67 Velvia"

    The real world comparison for me takes into consideration the cost of high quality drum scans. I can only afford them under rare circumstances.

    If you do a comparison like this with desktop scans...
  36. Re: Writing Advice for Photographers from Jorg Colberg

    I didn't suggest we can't interact with a single piece of art. I'm saying that a single work of small scale is almost never enough to articulate a complete vision (or explore the possibilities of an...
  37. Re: Writing Advice for Photographers from Jorg Colberg

    That's easy. The answer is always No.

    Whenever we have the illusion that a piece stands on it's own, it's because we have enough background and context to understand it. This includes familiarity...
  38. Re: Writing Advice for Photographers from Jorg Colberg

    Then maybe the alternatives would interest you.
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    Re: Peter Lik deserves our skepticism

    You don't sell an image, you sell a print. Just like in analog photography.

    Photographic print sales include certain stipulations. One is copyright (the photographer almost always retains it)....
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    Re: Unsharpening an image

    First, "unsharp mask" is a sharpening filter. A confusingly named one, for sure, but it will do the opposite of what you're trying to accomplish.

    Gausian blur is the antidote to sharpening with...
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