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Post by Unclaimed Mysterie » Mon, 19 Jul 2004 11:34:50


($1 to The Dead Milkmen)

http://www.unclaimedmysteries.net/its_just_a_phase00.php

I keep having to refill the contact business card pouch at the display
so that's an ego boost. MY ART is the LAST THING customers and staff see
before they go to the bathrooms. I'd like to think that means nothing at
all.

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Post by Kokopel » Mon, 19 Jul 2004 13:29:54

"Unclaimed Mysteries"

Quote:
> ($1 to The Dead Milkmen)

> http://www.unclaimedmysteries.net/its_just_a_phase00.php

> I keep having to refill the contact business card pouch at the display
> so that's an ego boost. MY ART is the LAST THING customers and staff see
> before they go to the bathrooms. I'd like to think that means nothing at
> all.

I'd LAFF and LAFF at your ability to AMAZE us if I didn't have work in a
photo exhibition coming up in Tacoma.
dw

 
 
 

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Post by Jon Fulbrig » Mon, 19 Jul 2004 17:32:46

Quote:

> ($1 to The Dead Milkmen)

> http://www.unclaimedmysteries.net/its_just_a_phase00.php

> I keep having to refill the contact business card pouch at the display
> so that's an ego boost. MY ART is the LAST THING customers and staff see
> before they go to the bathrooms. I'd like to think that means nothing at
> all.

Nice shots.

Question, though...What's the waveband of your filter?

CCD response dies around 1 micron.  So I'm guessing your
filter is sorta like the classical astronomical "I" filter,
which covers stuff redward of 760 nm or so (everyone seems
to have their own "I" or "i" filter, so calling one "classical"
is a bit of a misstatement).

jf

 
 
 

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Post by MoPaMa » Mon, 19 Jul 2004 20:42:39

"Unclaimed Mysteries"

Quote:
> ($1 to The Dead Milkmen)

> http://www.unclaimedmysteries.net/its_just_a_phase00.php

> I keep having to refill the contact business card pouch at the display
> so that's an ego boost. MY ART is the LAST THING customers and staff see
> before they go to the bathrooms. I'd like to think that means nothing at
> all.

It's good poop pictures. DO you have any of bearded clams I can check out?

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Post by Chris Miho » Mon, 19 Jul 2004 23:05:11

Quote:


>>($1 to The Dead Milkmen)

>>http://www.unclaimedmysteries.net/its_just_a_phase00.php

>>I keep having to refill the contact business card pouch at the display
>>so that's an ego boost. MY ART is the LAST THING customers and staff see
>>before they go to the bathrooms. I'd like to think that means nothing at
>>all.

> Nice shots.

> Question, though...What's the waveband of your filter?

> CCD response dies around 1 micron.  So I'm guessing your
> filter is sorta like the classical astronomical "I" filter,
> which covers stuff redward of 760 nm or so (everyone seems
> to have their own "I" or "i" filter, so calling one "classical"
> is a bit of a misstatement).

> jf

corry, you're using R72? jon, that's a filter that transmits redward of
7200 Angstroms; i'm guessing that the CCD response defines the red
cutoff of corry's images. is that right?

--
chris

 
 
 

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Post by Unclaimed Mysterie » Tue, 20 Jul 2004 01:52:04

Quote:


>> Unclaimed Mysteries


>>> ($1 to The Dead Milkmen)

>>> http://www.unclaimedmysteries.net/its_just_a_phase00.php

>>> I keep having to refill the contact business card pouch at the
>>> display so that's an ego boost. MY ART is the LAST THING customers
>>> and staff see before they go to the bathrooms. I'd like to think that
>>> means nothing at all.

>> Nice shots.

>> Question, though...What's the waveband of your filter?

>> CCD response dies around 1 micron.  So I'm guessing your
>> filter is sorta like the classical astronomical "I" filter, which
>> covers stuff redward of 760 nm or so (everyone seems
>> to have their own "I" or "i" filter, so calling one "classical"
>> is a bit of a misstatement).
>> jf

> corry, you're using R72? jon, that's a filter that transmits redward of
> 7200 Angstroms; i'm guessing that the CCD response defines the red
> cutoff of corry's images. is that right?

Yep. 3dB down at 720nm. Lets in just a touch more red than the average
"I" filter. Not really visible, but helps the autofocus. A couple of
years ago, this outfit <www.2filter.com> sold me a R72 (Hoya), a.k.a.
89B (Wratten) filter mounted in a 58mm ring for the low, low price of
$38. They've gone up some since.

The weird colors are a result of the different sensitivity of red,
green, and blue *sensors* being bathed in this unusual light starting
from deep red on back to wherever the response fizzles out. That and the
auto white balance in the camera desperately trying to make sense of it
all. Sometimes I just take whatever channel of R, G, B is least noisiest
and print a monochrome image but people say the color versions are trippier.

Now, a local thrashing post-pre-i'm-not-really-sure-punk band wants a
set of band pictures taken with this gear. I'm scouting locations. An
ex-drummer-ex who was in the 1980s-90s ATL-Athens scene emailed me and
said she was a recovering victim of bad band photography. She urged me
not to pose them near delapidated barns with kudzu growing all over them
or other Southern and R.E.M-ish cliches.

But shambling kudzu monsters look really k3wl in IR, like being covered
in albino pythons. This band night actually *like* that.

Corry

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Post by Unclaimed Mysterie » Wed, 21 Jul 2004 12:54:34

I am Jack's utter apathy wrote in part:

Quote:

> "www.unclaimedmysteries.net could not be found.  please check the name
> and try again"

My host's main machine had a major malfunction, resolved only after
several hours work by da staff. Somewhere in Huntsville, a couple of HDs
are currently getting the same treatment that the copier got in "Office
Space."

Quote:
> Wow.  Pretty good shit.

I haven't tried *that.* Hmmm, I wonder how that would look ...

Thanks.
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T. Boozer wrote in rolltidefan.net: "That dude that took the picture,
Corry Smith, is a bigtime aubie. Notice he named the pic
'BRIANDENNEHYstadium'***him!"