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    Creating orange scratches/drawing on a C-print?

    I've recently taken on a project where I need to write/draw on top of a c-print. I remember being able to create orange scratches (namely, drawing an orange mustache on a photo of my sister) on family photos when I was a kid, but I've forgotten the process involved. I've also tried an internet...
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    The Valley Wall
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    From Governor's Island

    We rode free bikes around the island, which is an abandoned Coast Guard base.
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    Under the falls

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    Banyan arch

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    Changed the bulbs in the overhead fixture today... what to do with the remains? Lit by a MacBookPro set to a completely white screen, threw an orange towel in the background, tungsten white balance.
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    Some self ports

    I took these using long exposure (4 secs) and an SB 28 hand-fired. I breathed on the lens to fog it up.
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    Time for lunch

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    Been here a while, but never introduced myself

    Hi guys! Like the title says, I've posted a few times, but I realized that I never introduced myself. I'm a graphic design student with a serious photography interest. I've been shooting for about 6 years, both with digital and film... I learned on an old Nikon F film SLR (which is still a darn...
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    I haven't been shooting much lately (working all the time,) so I went through some old stuff. This was taken at a MoMA exhibit last year. Obviously, the grain is intentional, so no crit on that, unless you think its too much.. otherwise I'd like to hear what you think.
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    From the Lighthouse

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    Back of the valley

    I'm aware that it's a half/half composition... I don't mind it. What do you think?
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    Jurassic Park

    Ok... so not really. This is actually Nuuanu Reservoir, built in 1910 to supply drinking water, now stocked with catfish for public fishing. The combination of the monitoring tower and the landscape reminds me of the movie, though.
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    Honolulu Lantern Floating Festival

    Every year in Honolulu a festival is held to commemorate the lives of those who have died in the past year. Names of dead loved ones are written on lanterns which are then floated out into the ocean. The rite holds its roots in Buddhism, but this event has been expanded to many different groups.
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    From the sky

    I shot these on a flight from Dulles to San Francisco. I believe they span from around Colorado/Rocky Mountains to Utah or Nevada, but obviously there was no way to tell, and I was pretty out of it at the time, having gotten up at 4am to catch the flight. :D
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    Installing Printer Drivers: Epson Stylus Photo 1400

    Does anyone know where the printer driver files go for the Stylus Photo 1400 when they are installed on Mac OS 10.4? I just recently purchased this printer, and was pretty dismayed to find that the drivers wouldn't install from the included CD. After downloading and installing the drivers off...
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    Two completely unrelated images

    I know there are going to be a lot of Christmas tree images floating around this time of year, but I figured this one was different enough to be interesting-- I used a light projector to get the colors on the ceiling, and about 6 different exposures (with the Christmas tree lights on and off) to...
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    Here's my first post in this forum. Hi all. :D 1) 2) 3) 4) 5)