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    Re: 6:01AM - 12:00PM Images

    Quote Originally Posted by jorgemonkey
    Post images taken between 6:01AM - 12:00PM here
    Morning coffee break with my co-worker...
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    Re: 12:01PM - 6:00PM Images

    And the process continues. I just learned something. It's really hard to take a photo of yourself while you're trying to agitate a developing tank.

    First shot is an attempted shot of me agitating the developing tank. Next is the best part of developing film, the first look. Mmm...smells like fixer. Woohoo! The camera works! Third shot is my super fancy high tech film dryer...yes, that is duct tape. It saves me lots of time on the computer, because it has a filter that eliminates about 90% of the dust I usually have to clone out. Last shot is the film hanging. I let it hang for half an hour or so, after ten minutes in the dryer, so it can straighten up a little. Now I get to start scanning...the worst part.

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    Re: Official 24 hours of Photography Review thread (4/1/09)

    How many hares ?
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    Re: 12:01PM - 6:00PM Images

    Quote Originally Posted by jorgemonkey
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    Walked around the office building during lunch.
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    Re: Official 24 hours of Photography Review thread (4/1/09)

    2:06 p.m. PST.

    Talk about hands free...On my way home for lunch.This is not a shot I would recommend anyone to try.

    I'll get out after work for some more.

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    Re: 6:01AM - 12:00PM Images

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    Then Callie comes over to help me pack my camera bag
    Tess would meow "hi" to Callie, but she's away right now.
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    Re: 12AM-6AM Images

    Quote Originally Posted by jorgemonkey
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    Kids are asleep, I pulled the card from the cam. Here's the morning
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    Re: 12:01PM - 6:00PM Images

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    I had a "bad day" last week and indulged in some shopping therapy. Now I need shoes to match
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    Re: 12:01PM - 6:00PM Images

    Quote Originally Posted by jorgemonkey
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    My younger daughter (sunglasses) likes to keep her animal friends warm
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    Re: 6:01AM - 12:00PM Images

    It's evening now and I'm just now getting some edits done from the film scans of the film I shot this morning. Here are a few from my walk around downtown Austin.

    The first thing that caught my eye was this person in a bird suit. They were giving out "Early Bird" coupons for Kerbey Lane Cafe. Mmm...pancakes and migas. Then I saw this cool bike in the sun. Then I crossed the street to get a shot of these poor unsuspecting guys sitting at the bus stop. That caused me to have to walk around the block to get back to Congress Avenue, which led me through one of Austin's many fine covered construction side walks. Then I passed the Austin Museum of Art. I really need to check out this exhibit. The guy is so into "realism" in his photography that he built a custom large format camera because non existed that could record enough detail for him. Wow.

    Next, I'm off to stroll through the capitol building.

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    Re: 12:01PM - 6:00PM Images

    I finally got a chance to take some pics in this segment of the day. I picked Joy up for lunch and went to the in place for lunch. As usual is was very busy took a while to work our way through the line. A group of Amish women were there and presented a rather unique opportunity for a picture with their black bonnets lined up on a ledge as they ate.
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    Re: 12:01PM - 6:00PM Images

    Later in the afternoon I made a quick trip to the drug store to pickup a prescription and then went by to check on the guys I have building a back porch and new deck on the house. Joy picked me up after work and we made a quick stop at the drive in bank before she went off to Curves and I gathered up the macro and did an hours walkabout in the hood. I did a couple of hundred pics on the walkabout but don't think I'll get any of those posted tonight.
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    Re: 6:01AM - 12:00PM Images

    Quote Originally Posted by jorgemonkey
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    Work this morning.
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    Re: 6:01AM - 12:00PM Images

    Quote Originally Posted by jorgemonkey
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    Awesome stuff so far! Interesting and varied, as expected.

    For my first set: 1) on the Red Mountain Expressway on the way to work; 2 & 3) I'm clerking at a law firm, and this is pretty typical of what an office looks like during prep for a major trial; 4) The view out our front door; 5) Yup, our "office" isn't exactly typical. It's called the "Bradshaw House," built around 1890, and one of the last remaining Victorian homes in downtown Birmingham.
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    Re: 12:01PM - 6:00PM Images

    Quote Originally Posted by jorgemonkey
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    Work in the afternoon.
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    Re: 6:01PM - 11:59PM images

    Quote Originally Posted by jorgemonkey
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    Tonight before dark.
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    Re: 6:01PM - 11:59PM images

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    One of my walks around a Camilla bush.
    I been watching this same flower bloom for the last week or so and today the rain paused enough to get a close up of it.

    A little photoshop hdr work to it

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    Re: 6:01PM - 11:59PM images

    Okay, I started out getting my tea in the kitchen:



    Then progressed on out the front door:



    Got an interesting shot of the rose bush:



    Then went on to check out how the Easter lillies are doing on one side of the house:



    And how they're doing on the other side:



    Then, I called it a day....

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    Re: 6:01AM - 12:00PM Images

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    10:30am, the lawyers in court realized they didn't have a hard copy of a witness's deposition, which is easy to do when there are 85,000 pages of evidence in a trial (it's a big one). So they texted us at the office, we made the necessary copies and took it down to them. These are a few shots on the way there.

    1) We have our own castle in downtown Birmingham. I have no idea why or what it actually does.
    2) On a car in front of me at a red light. Jefferson County (in which B'ham sits) is on the verge of bankruptcy due to millions of dollars of mismanagement with the county's sewer system. The citzens aren't happy.
    3) The view as you cross the railroad tracks into the North side. The City Federal building (center, behind the pointed roof building) was the tallest building in the Southeast when it was completed in 1913.
    4) At the courthouse, where there's always a crossing guard during business hours; very helpful when you're trying to get something filed in a hurry.
    5) The entrance to the Jefferson County courthouse, which is always an intriguing cross section of the populous.
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    Re: 6:01AM - 12:00PM Images

    Some more shots from this morning. After wandering around Congress Avenue for a little while, I decided I needed some coffee, so I picked up a cup and walked over to the Capital grounds to sit on a bench and relax for a while. This is where the photos start. First a big group of kids on a field trip came running by. Then I saw this trio. I felt they needed to be included because these guys are extremely typical of the people you see going in and out of the Capital all day. Then I went inside, climbed up to the fourth floor and took a few shots looking down. Then, back out again where I saw the last guy.

    I don't have too many photos from the afternoon, because there is very little action involved in scanning and editing a roll of film. My day is spent. I'm heading off to bed now.

    Good night.

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    Re: Official 24 hours of Photography Review thread (4/1/09)

    By 6pm,its getting dark - I really miss those long English summer evenings !

    I stop by my husband's lair,to find him barely awake - and he threatens terrible things will happen if I shoot him , but behind two of the youngest kids (not mine - our smaller children are rather nomadic during daytime) are a few of his his books,which as a somewhat reclusive writer , represent him well.

    Checking on the 3 newbies,who got soaked in a fierce storm,earlier today,and have been asleep for hours in a borrowed bird cage,I totally fail to get a decent shot off.
    They bite my fingers as I try to get them to drink some milk.When enough has gone down to render them sleepy,I clear up the mess ,put camera away,and fall asleep in front of a movie @ 10pm.
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    Re: 12:01PM - 6:00PM Images

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    1) 11:30 am, this our firm has a cat who simply must be apprised of any activity...
    2) 3:30pm, unless she's asleep, in which case if you pet her, she will bite you. But she certainly makes herself at home.
    3) This is what I deal with - the files for over 600 Vioxx class action claimants.
    4) Work done for the day, time to head to class at Cumberland. This class is held in the library, which is pretty empty by 5pm.
    5) Fortunately we got out of class a little early, so I went down to the quad to grab a few shots before calling it a day.
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    Re: Official 24 hours of Photography Review thread (4/1/09)

    Nice shots all! I just didnt get a chance to shoot today:-(
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    Re: Official 24 hours of Photography Review thread (4/1/09)

    We got some great shots in this thread! I didn't shoot nearly as much as I was hoping, but I'll be posting mine sometime tomorrow. I'm exhausted (and frustrated) after my hockey game tonight and now its bedtime.
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    Re: 6:01AM - 12:00PM Images

    I had anticipated taking quite a few images througout the day. Instead, I took two.

    I was a lot busier than I expected to be, and it was cloudy and rained most of the day here. It was a real bummer.

    So, you get a wide angle of me in my office (some of you may recognize the photo's on the wall), and my favorite photography website.
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