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    Re: Finding Vivian Meier

    On the one hand, she seems connected to people though her camera; but on the other, she seems separated from them by the same. I think eccentricity and great art often walk a lonely path.

    Thanks...
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    Re: Preprocessing TIFFs in ACR

    That's helpful, thanks.

    It occurs to me now that I misstated the problem. My problem isn't with Velvia grain, it's with the digital peppering artifacts from the Coolscan 5000. Regardless, I won't...
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    Preprocessing TIFFs in ACR

    I learned here from Frank P that you can process TIFFs in Adobe Camera Raw. If anyone can provide tips or successful stategies for TIFF conversion in ACR I would appreciate hearing from you.
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    Re: What did you compose at Waters Edge?

    Very nice Preston! (I like it cropped to the upper panorama too.)
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    Re: Hike-able step stool?

    I have a two foot wooden ladder made by the Michigan Ladder company, model 110002. Mine weighs 7#10oz and I paid $22.99 at a hardware store in Pioneer CA on my way over the hill. I've found that...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Have a look at the large version on Flickr - it looks like "Blown-Away Man".
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7456/9472014425_29eb107aa8_z.jpg
    Perseis Flight 8613, Palouse Falls by Neanderthal EAJ, on Flickr



    ...and for John Olsen, a photo by Brad Wetli shot 8/6/13:
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  8. Re: Do all good waterfalls share a common natural trait?

    I've kayaked the Snake from Lewiston-Clarkston to the Columbia and recall that the falls are about 3 miles up the Palouse and well out of view. (It was frustrating paddling past a town named Starbuck...
  9. Re: Do all good waterfalls share a common natural trait?

    I photographed at Palouse Falls State Park last week - the light was nice but the fall volume was ~20% of what you show here. I think May would strike a nice balance between light and water volume,...
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    It's a Sedum I believe; maybe Sedum telephinum AKA "autumn joy". Nice image.
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    Re: Doing a "Master Reset" on my photography

    Beautiful Mr. Jones!
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    Re: Kayak/Canoe recommendations

    Paddlling.net is a great resource: http://www.paddling.net/Reviews/
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    Re: Filter Order

    I asked a related question a few years back on photo.net. Michael Briggs provided reasoning for placing polarizing filters closest to the subject when using resin filters. Alan Davenport provided...
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    Re: Bodie! Post your images!

    Peter, Since '89 some of the ghosts have begun a display of bottles and insulators behind the window of the building in your second photograph. (It's not LF so I won't post it directly:...
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    Re: Everyone, I have resigned as a moderator.

    All the best to you Kirk, and thanks for your tireless efforts in moderation.
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    Re: Shiprock Trip.

    Robert, perhaps you are a tribal member or you have made arrangement through the Navajo Nation Parks and Recreation Department (http://navajonationparks.org). If the latter is true, would you please...
  17. Re: Adobe is going to only sell subscription based Photoshop

    Maybe someday, when you've matured enough to stop your fraudulent use of software, you'll also come to realize how perfectly contradictory your last statement is.
  18. Re: Adobe is going to only sell subscription based Photoshop

    I've been upgrading Photoshop every other edition. For the CS4 to CS6 upgrade I paid $200 plus WA sales tax; roughly four years after upgrading I would have upgraded to "CS8" for a similar price. ...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Beautiful image Jim - the 100F palette is ideal.
  20. Re: Using Lee 4x6 GND density filters with dim slow lenses?

    I don't think that slow lenses will necessarily hinder your placement; I generally stop-down to place a grad.

    Someone here recommends applying a Post-It Note directly to the GND filter to...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    One from the tundra:

    http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8390/8555807849_560a899f7f_b.jpg
    Moon and Comet PanSTARRS, Western Alaska by Neanderthal EAJ, on Flickr
  22. Thread: Bear spray.

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    Re: Bear spray.

    And there's the one with bear in the crosshairs pointing at the bear next to him. Gary Larson's work is a national treasure.
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    Re: Images FOR CRITIQUE

    That's a compelling image Ari, and I like it just about anyway you slice it. Even an extreme crop - leaving only the upper half of your original image, slicing away the obelisk and everything below...
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    Re: Bear spray.

    That's 5000 deaths by Pekinese dogs in North America alone - my!
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    Re: Self Portraits

    That's is great Laurent - brought a laugh.

    http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5069/5566855360_d2b4af024f_z.jpg
    Dog Pile, Arctic Circle by Neanderthal EAJ, on Flickr
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    Re: Bear spray.

    Why shoot a bear?
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    Re: Bailey Range Traverse - Talk Me Down...

    I spent eight days in the Winds two summers ago. We carried spray and food cans; hung our food, pans and garbage; cooked away from camp, and camped away from our hangs; we made noise when hiking in...
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    Re: post "in Galli style"

    Yup - that's beautiful chassis.
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    Corran,

    For the sunset shot I used a Pentax Digital Spot meter to survey the scene and determine that the filtered range of values would fit within Velvia's 5-stop range. That is to say, I simply...
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    Thanks folks!

    PDM, the sun had set behind me; when I was shooting sunward I know that I had used a grad but frankly I don't remember if I used one here - kinda looks like I did, but I don't think...
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    Re: Flowers Anyone?

    Taken a few minutes after midnight of the summer solstice - Twenty Mile Creek, Turnagain Arm (Southeast Alaska) - the most glorious display of alpine lupine I've ever seen or imagined (eight seconds...
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    Re: Images FOR CRITIQUE

    My eye was drawn to that bottom rivet too - without knowing what's below it I would be inclined to crop a third of it away. I like the simplicity of IB4 but IB3 is my favorite here.
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    Jim, beautiful - I bet they love it!
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    Re: Standard "Print Viewing Distance" Myth.

    Presbyopia, myopia, billboard ladders and velvet ropes are not insurmountable obstacles, although I honor the latter. The only limitations I observe as a rule have to do with image corruption (e.g....
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    Re: Zion / Yosemite trip recomendations

    I think that your basic plan is a good one. Although Bryce and destinations further east (or south) are amazing, you'll double your drive time and add to the gas bill - consider heading east of Zion...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Great images folks - It's no wonder this thread has over a million views !

    Gary - Use the "share" pull-down menu on the Flickr image page; once the pull-down menu appears you'll see another...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    On a Rainier roll - this one's from Spray Park.

    http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5056/5533301183_3ffc63bd0b_z.jpg
    Avalanche Lilies, Mt. Rainier by Neanderthal EAJ, on Flickr
  38. Re: Almost six month long exposure with a beer can pinhole camera

    Saw this on earthsky.org:

    http://earthsky.org/tonight/southernmost-sun-brings-december-21-solstice
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    Re: Vancouver, BC exhibition worth seeing

    I'd be more concerned about the seating from above.

    Thanks Mark - I'll check the link
  40. Re: What's the coolest thing you've found in the Dumpster?

    No, no, no, no - it was an eclair, and it was above the rim:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KKC5jjFkfgo
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