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    Alberta, Canada...

    Folks,

    I would like a few short moments of your time to illustrate the depth and breadth of my excellent backyard, the energetic folks that enjoy the provincial amenities within it, my home town,...
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    Dear Christopher,

    Brilliant images... :)

    Your presentations are classic.

    jim k
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    Re: Ebony RW810E/SW410E from Japan

    Dear georgl,

    I own a RW810E, and I would not leave home without it. This instrument serves me well... :)

    I would try to contact Don Hutton within this forum, since he may have access to, or...
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    Re: Winter Wonderland: Post Your Photos

    David, Sanjay and Jim,

    Merci... :)

    jim k
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    Re: Winter Wonderland: Post Your Photos

    Dear David,

    The foreground trees along the river's edge happen to be covered in "Hoar Frost" ... :)

    Excuse me if you already know this fact, but this effect occurs when moist warm air comes in...
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    Re: Winter Wonderland: Post Your Photos

    Another oldie... :)

    jim k


    Vermillion Crossing, British Columbia, Canada, 1986

    http://largeformatgroupimages.jimkitchen.ca/images/86012402.jpg
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    Re: Winter Wonderland: Post Your Photos

    Great images everyone... :)

    An oldie...

    jim k


    Radium, Columbia Valley, British Columbia, Canada, 1988

    http://largeformatgroupimages.jimkitchen.ca/images/88122417.jpg
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    Re: Pinholes on negative?

    Dear Robert,

    Several years ago I had the same issue, and it was determined that my stop bath was too concentrated with glacial acetic acid, causing the pinholes to appear on my FP4 film. I cut the...
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    Re: Old Buildings for 2011

    Great images everyone... :)

    An image from the past, albeit a interior of a very old barn...

    jim k


    Untitled, Aberdeen, Alberta, Canada, 2010
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    Re: CMOS 12x12in Digital Sensor!!!! (Canon)

    There is a camera that has many, many pixels arranged in a small array, and its mission was designed to capture deep sky objects... :)

    The CCD camera is located here:...
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    Re: scanning at 16 bit grayscale with 4990

    Dear Jeff,

    How much RAM do you have and how large are the scanned file dimensions?

    I had that problem many, many moons ago, because I did not have enough ram, and the resultant file was too...
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    Re: Very Minimalistic LF Photos

    Great older thread, complete with great images... :)

    Here's a rerun.

    jim k


    Winter Corral, Free Range, Alberta, Canada, 2010
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    Re: Scanning Workflow Tips: please share

    Dear Bruce,

    Make a new blank background at the resolution you want the final printer output to be, making sure that the background size is tall enough and wide enough to accommodate all the images...
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    Re: How do you store Finished Prints?

    Dear rknewcomb,

    The question you ask happens to be referenced in many archival notes and dissertations, but the best answers, and reports are located with the International Standards Organization....
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    Re: January 2011 Portraits

    Dear Sanjay Sen,

    Thank you for your comment, kind sir... :)

    Her gentle nature, her laughter, and her balanced sense of humour can be very intoxicating, among our friends.

    jim k
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    Re: January 2011 Portraits

    Great images everyone... :)

    A recent portrait.

    A close friend and social worker, enjoying a lighter moment at the end of a long day.

    jim k


    Julia, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 2010
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    Re: PLEASE don't put photos on flickr

    Dear Leigh,

    Your are an idiot... :)

    jim k
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    Re: Good Drum Scanning Outfit in Canada

    Dear Sean,

    Talk to Rob or Keith at ABL... :)

    They are my drum scanners of choice in Calgary, 11th Ave and 1st St SW.

    jim k
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    Re: PLEASE don't put photos on flickr

    Dear Leigh,

    Get enriched, get over it, and yes it is my choice... :)

    Any image that is removed from any post, for whatever reason, happens. If you assume that anyone's post is therefore,...
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    Re: PLEASE don't put photos on flickr

    Dear Leigh,

    Are you assuming that folks want their images to persist ? ... :)

    For myself, I do not, therefore my images will disappear.

    jim k
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Dear Nana,

    If and when you decide to come to Canada, and you bring your camera...

    You should know that you will be going home alone. :)

    Great images again. Nicely done!

    jim k
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    Re: December 2010 Portraits

    Dear Frank,

    Charity or not, Adrienne's a beautiful woman, and that's a keeper... :)

    Well done.

    jim k
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Dear John,

    There you go... :)

    Well done.

    jim k
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    Re: Best vehicle for rooftop shooting?

    Dear Bob,

    Thank you for reminding me to recheck my notes... :)

    I forgot to mention that I used a K15 filter to affect the blue sky and to separate the high level clouds with better effect.
    ...
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    Re: Best vehicle for rooftop shooting?

    Dear Bob,

    The images were not meant to gather any kudos, but thank you none the less... :)

    My field notes indicate that I exposed the negative from the flatbed of a rented Ford F250 at Emerald...
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    Re: Best vehicle for rooftop shooting?

    Dear ic-racer,

    I cannot speak to your information, because I do not know the answer nor would I know where to begin any calculations, and although your information is very interesting, the last...
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    Re: Best vehicle for rooftop shooting?

    Or, a black bear that periodically sniffs and pokes your behind, while you are under the cloth... :)

    My time under the cloth is always less than five seconds, where I exercise a quick 360 degree...
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    Re: Normal file size????????

    Dear Rick,

    How true, since I do not pay attention to the final image quality while posting on the net. My net images are actually from my 24X30 inch final print files, reduced to 800 pixels wide...
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    Dear Steve,

    It was developed with Excel 2008 on a Mac, so it should work... :)

    Unfortunately, I am not too cold, but I do have a bad head cold that I cannot give away, although I want too, and...
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    What's the difference between God and an Engineer?

    God does not pretend to be an Engineer... :)

    I told that joke at a API pipeline conference, and not one person laughed. Go figure...


    jim k
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    Re: Best vehicle for rooftop shooting?

    And for those of you that have a very small tripod... :)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNl3TTURfys&feature=watch_response

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7_Yt7Dv4JA&NR=1

    jim k
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    Dear jb7,

    Dry subtle engineering humour... :)

    I like that.

    jim k
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    Dear GPS,

    I would too... :)

    jim k
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    Dear ic-racer,

    Good question... :)

    High frequency movement is a product of a combined unit's natural resonance, and when you increase the weight of the combined unit, you reduce the higher...
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    Dear ic-racer,

    Stability reduces vibration considerably... :)

    jim k
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    Dear David,

    Yes, combined with a terrible frigging winter cold that I cannot give away to anyone... :)

    Then again, you are enjoying summer, so you cannot receive it.

    jim k
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    Re: Best vehicle for rooftop shooting?

    Dear John,

    I like to set the tripod up in a pickup truck's flatbed, because I find that this elevation change is sufficient enough for me, above grade level. That said, and you seem to be serious...
  38. Tripods, and a Center of Gravity Calculation...

    Folks,

    I got bored a few days ago while reading all the posts about tripods, regarding who does what, who has what, and who thinks what is best, so I decided to take a few moments, review a few of...
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    Re: Normal file size????????

    Dear Rick,

    My scanning process is very similar, where I acquire an RGB file that becomes a master file without sharpening applied during the original scan, simply because my negatives are 8X10....
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    Re: December 2010 Portraits

    Dear Brett,

    Nicely done... :)

    jim k
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