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    Re: Post Your Photos Made At Close Distance

    Quote Originally Posted by Jody_S View Post
    That was a blast from the past. I still have the 1st edition of that book. I spent a few nights struggling with the chapter on pointers.
    Yeah, the 1st edition would have been even better. I grasp the syntax and concept of iterating over and manipulating a string quick enough with pointers. But using them in more complex structures in an application had me experiencing a lot of segmentation faults!

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    Re: Post Your Photos Made At Close Distance

    Before (8x10 Ektascan B/RA in Pyrocat HD 1:1:200 7 minutes):


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    Looks yummy, David. Do you have a scoville unit rating on that sauce?

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    Provia 100F Testing - Go Juice by tuco, on Flickr

    Wista RF, CM Fujinon W 135mm, 81B Filter, Provia 100F, Tetenal Colortec E-6 Kit

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuco View Post
    Looks yummy, David. Do you have a scoville unit rating on that sauce?
    Thanks. It's not too hot. These were end of season peppers, and they posed for a lot of photos, so they were not the freshest when I made the sauce. But the sauce is very tasty!

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    Re: Post Your Photos Made At Close Distance

    Daum urn (Linhof Master Kardan GTL 4x5; 210mm Nikkor AM-ED macro lens, TMX film, f22.5, 38s). I used an LED light with a 19 degree snoot modifier and directed horizontally into the back right side of the urn, which is shades of root beer and dark cinnamon color with the globular plums being very dark plum color.

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    Re: Post Your Photos Made At Close Distance

    Here is the same Daum urn photographed with the LED light coming straight down from overhead through a variable angle Fresnel modifier, and with Ektar 4x5 film.

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    Daum urn (Linhof Master Kardan GTL 4x5; 210mm Nikkor AM-ED macro lens, TMX film, f22.5, 38s). I used an LED light with a 19 degree snoot modifier and directed horizontally into the back right side of the urn, which is shades of root beer and dark cinnamon color with the globular plums being very dark plum color.

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    Apple Peeler by tuco, on Flickr

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    Re: Post Your Photos Made At Close Distance

    We have a very similar apple peeler/corer/slicer that clamps to a surface instead of vacuum. My adult kids used it to make an apple pie this Thanksgiving. I think it is too much of a pain to clean for small numbers of apples, but they seemed to enjoy using it. Somewhere I think I've seen separate tools for peeling and slicing/coring. And, for cherry pies, home scale tools for getting the pits out, too. Is that a Granny Smith apple in the foreground? I enjoy the photo for lots of reasons incl. the composition and use of selective focus. It has a really nice smoothness to it too, sort of caramel-y---I must be feeling super nostalgic this morning. I can't recall when I last had a caramel apple, but I know I enjoyed it a lot!

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