let the user judge used to be embossed on lens caps on wollensak lenses.
they used to say in their catalogs that it is the person using the lens that has
the final say, they know how they work, they can figure out how to use the lens
and decide for themselves if the lens is right for them.
the same sort of thing can be said for using a film or print developer.
it is the person using it that will understand if it will work for him or her, not
Updated 01-04-2011 at 06:19 PM by jnanian
i had this bag of coffee, all roasted and ground and it was burning a hole on my counter.
every time i pulled a few shots of espresso, every time i made lunch, every time i did dishes
or made dinner ... it just stared me down. i could hear it whispering to me.
well, tonight in near darkness i loaded the mamiya up with plus x
and i walked around the melted snow.
grass was peeking through in the january thaw
it was muddy and foggy and the street lamp was
Updated 01-03-2011 at 09:44 AM by jnanian
My Daddy turned 68 today. He was born on a military base in southern Texas along the Gulf, don't recall where exactly. Grandpa was in the Army.
Dad played football in high school with Mike Gottfried at Crestline High in Ohio. He joined the Navy and served on the USS Orion (AS18) from 61 to 65 after graduating from the GL Naval Training Center. He became a machinist and met my Mom at a kegger at Kent State in 68, the year after she graduated from high school. They got married
The latest updates were to the homepage. I have put some extra focus on social networking and keeping a newsfeed updated there (news relevant to APUG & traditional photography).
Next on the menu is the big 4.1 core forum update which contains over 500 bug fixes and many feature requests. There will also be a gallery update and I think we'll shoot for importing the old links system into the new system.
this afternoon, i had about 40 minutes to burn, well, roast ... before picking the kids up from their last day
of school for the year. i grabbed the tin and hot plate and green beans and roasted a 4 handfuls of coffee.
slow roasted for a lot of it, the first group was small, about 1 handful ... the beans went from green to brownish, to tan.
the oils came and went ... when they got black i poured them out ...
i put the rest of the green beans in the tin and stirred