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Dynamic range of film

I oftentimes go back and forth with film and the overall dynamic range of it… Realistically I think the even stacked up against the latest digital sensors, black and white film is going to be better at capturing more of...

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Encyclopedia Hole

I was out and about with Jackie over the weekend and we hit up an old antique store, the Purple Tornado. They had many things, but I idly I grabbed for an old Encyclopedia Britannica and started flipping through the pages....

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Mercer Slough

A bit of nature in the big city. On the east side of Seattle is Bellevue… this is where Microsoft (well, mostly in Redmond) lives. They’re putting in a bypass over part of the park, but this part, the bit with the...

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Learning to Cat

We got Alice and Frank over a year ago. Frank took to us like a duck does to water. Alice, who is around three months older and had a life on the streets a bit, has never been completely on-board with people as much. She likes...

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Reviews

Doing the annual reviews suck. Annual reviews for me and my co-workers. I know why we need to do them, obviously. But I don’t like them one bit. Not here, not there, not anywhere. Not even with a goat in a boat. That...

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Yashica – Part 1

The Yashica Samurai X3.0. My friend Jackie has an older camera that was just sitting around. I had never had the pleasure of using one like this one before. The battery, a 2CR5 lithium, had long died. When we replaced it with a...

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