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Museum musings

Some of it is pretty life-like. Unfortunately, the excellence of the artwork is not supported by competency in lighting of the exhibit. All lights are very directional cans set up high, with the result being lots of specular highlights without … Continue reading

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Fun in infrared

I use it to record everyday details and also to make stock images for future use as low contrast backgrounds for posters.

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Credit where it’s due

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Having a great time in Minnesota

I now have a new travel lens, 24-70/2.8. One reason why I am not so worried about losing a stop of light from 35/2 and 85/1.8 is that 5D2 AF isn’t always perfect wide open (and slight subject movement becomes a … Continue reading

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Minnesota elected officials plans to screw over those who elected them

Senate majority leader Amy Koch and the Public Safety Chair Limmer are trying to sink “stand your ground” bill. These pretend conservatives would prefer a legal requirement that lawful people confronted by criminals be second-guessed by police, required to run … Continue reading

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