Re: EPson ink usage for color prints

2002-12-11 Thread Ann Sanfedele
on the subject. annsan From: Ann Sanfedele [EMAIL PROTECTED] Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: EPson ink usage for color prints Date: Wed, 11 Dec 2002 04:52:46 -0500 Boy, the matte heavyweight paper gobbles up ink fast - Is there any evidence

Re: EPson ink usage for color prints

2002-12-11 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Pat White wrote: Have you checked the prices at Costco? They have 2-packs of certain ink cartridges for a little less. Pat White Pat - I bet, however those who live in the middle of Manhattan (before you guys think Im rich, I'm under rent control) consider Costco some odd store in the

Re: EPson ink usage for color prints

2002-12-11 Thread Ann Sanfedele
for the info Ken, I'll check it out.. ann - Original Message - From: Ann Sanfedele [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2002 4:52 AM Subject: EPson ink usage for color prints Boy, the matte heavyweight paper gobbles up ink fast - Is there any evidence

Re: EPson ink usage for color prints

2002-12-11 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Paul Stenquist wrote: Good paper is expensive. In fact, the best paper (for many subjects) produces wonderful results, is quite expensive, and sucks up the ink as well :-). It's Ilford Fine Art Paper. It's a textured watercolor-type paper with a wonderful feel and look, and it prints

Re: EPson ink usage for color prints

2002-12-11 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Keith Whaley wrote: Aha! That explains what some have said about how to get around that little 'feature.' To squeeze a few more pages out of the cartridge. Thanks! Another aspect of not totally emptying the cartridge is, if you have empty feed lines, the ink in them can (and will

Re: EPson ink usage for color prints

2002-12-11 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Pat White wrote: Ann, the picture is on page 72, in the Glamour and Beauty section. Thanks for asking, and let me know what you think. Pat White Will do, Pat! Hope to check it out tomorrow. ann

Re: EPson ink usage for color prints

2002-12-11 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Mark D. wrote: --- Pat White [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Have you checked the prices at Costco? They have 2-packs of certain ink cartridges for a little less. For the Epson 820, Costco sells a 3 pack with 2 color cartridges and and one black cartridge. It's approximately $50. Mark woo

Re: EPson ink usage for color prints

2002-12-11 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Paul Stenquist wrote: I read an article in the New York Times about a Costco going up on the lower east side. Yikes... that's a bit of good news/bad news... doubt if the prices would be as good here though. ann Ann Sanfedele wrote: Pat White wrote: Have you checked the prices

Re: A brief harrumph a new PUG theme???

2002-12-15 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Herb Chong wrote: Message text written by INTERNET:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sorry, Herb - I disagree about beauty, too f8 and be there is fine, but people have made beautiful photographs of less than beautiful places and things. i've never disagreed with that. what i have disagreed with is

would you guys take a look at .... plus epson prices comment

2002-12-16 Thread Ann Sanfedele
http://users.rcn.com/annsan/ my home page and follow link to America Naturally Calendar? One of the Scrabble guys has 8 points on guesses of where things are - I'm keeping the contest open until Christmas eve - Ya gotta beat this guy ! :) rules: read across and then down for numbers 1-12 2

Re: April 2003 PUG

2002-12-16 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Joseph Tainter wrote: This is the PUG with the theme Cliché. In my opinion, it is one of Bill's most brilliant ideas. I suggest that we set up a vote for the best cliché photo that month. (And I'm suggesting it for that month only, unless we want to make it an annual.) Unless folks find

Re: April 2003 PUG and conrect attri

2002-12-17 Thread Ann Sanfedele
get... or how about grandma with a toddler grandchild? They don't have to be poorly shot pictures to be a cliche - but they probably should have a Norman Rockwell look to them :) Ciao, Graywolf http://pages.prodigy.net/graywolfphoto - Original Message - From: Ann Sanfedele [EMAIL

Re: Hypothetical Question

2002-12-17 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Mike Johnston wrote: quoting someone else If Pentax...would have applied advances in autofocus, image stabilization...how many of you would be still shooting with Pentax (a majority brand)? Or would you be shooting Canon FD and poking jealous fun at Pentax snobs G? Then MIke J

Re: April 2003 PUG and conrect attri i MEANT correct attribution :)

2002-12-17 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Glen O'Neal wrote: Perhaps an interesting twist on the Cliché theme. Imagine producing an image that illustrates a common cliché. For instance: A fork in the road You can pick any cliché and illustrate it in visual and literal terms. Here's another: Put up your Dukes Several pictures of

Re: April 2003 PUG and conrect attri

2002-12-17 Thread Ann Sanfedele
- From: Ann Sanfedele [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Tuesday, December 17, 2002 12:35 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: April 2003 PUG and conrect attri Although quoted in reply to Treena... annsan wrote the puppies and children thing... It kinda looked in your quote

Re: In praise of vuescan and other digital meanderings

2002-12-19 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Wend - it is late and I'm lazy about snipping -- I'm glad I was some inspiration that ultimately turned out good :) I'm selling a few of mine at $25.00, which , after I got Staples to go down to the price I paid through altex for paper and cartridges, gives me about a $10.00 profit... of

Re: scanning

2002-12-23 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Lon Williamson wrote: Maybe more to the point: Printing BW scans using a Black-only cart yields, in my hands, dismal results. I actually print such scans using color carts. More tonality. It also helps a bunch to scan at more than an 8-bit setting for BW (using my stuff, anyway). -Lon

Just Merry Christmas to those who celebrate it :)

2002-12-25 Thread Ann Sanfedele
see above - annsan

Re: Question about manual Petaxes.

2002-12-26 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Boris Liberman wrote: Hi! Yesterday I saw KX and was amazed by rather dim screen. Pardon my age and hence lack of knowledge, but what is the reason for putting the rather dark circle around the microprism center of the screen? JUst to annoy people ;) You can change the focusing screen -

Re: A Mamiya Pentax

2002-12-26 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Paul Stenquist wrote: Okay guys, I'm gonna break the rules and point out an ebay auction. But this one is special, very special. It's a Mamiya Pentax camera :-). Hey, I started with one of these. Everyone should have one. Paul Paul, so did I - it was my ex husband's back in 1966 - mama mia!

Re: Ad

2002-12-28 Thread Ann Sanfedele
tom wrote: My first magazine ad is in Modern Bride Washington and is hitting newstands now: http://www.bigdayphoto.com/mbad.jpg A better view: http://www.bigdayphoto.com/mbad.gif Rejected: http://www.bigdayphoto.com/mb-ad.gif Woo Hoo! I'm excited. tv Your accepted ad looks terrific,

Re: Best results photographing art

2002-12-30 Thread Ann Sanfedele
gfen wrote: FWIW: I've seen (well, read) about using a polarizer on your lens and a polarizer on your lights to cross polarize the lighting.. Supposedly this takes care of any glare.. I, however, have no clue beyond that. -- annsan writes: I read this as well, but never got around to

Re: PUG down?

2002-12-31 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Paul Stenquist wrote: Thanks Keith, I'm back up now, perhaps it was a caching problem or something. Who knows what gremlins lurk in the internet. Um sort of a case of cache me if you can ??? annsan ducks...

Re: 2003 PUG Calendary

2003-01-01 Thread Ann Sanfedele
. May: Gulf Light by Ann Sanfedele, http://pug.komkon.org/02may/annmaypg.html annsan replies -- I'm honored, Flavio... I have a shot on my real calendar taken about 30 minutes later :) but I used it for July. I spent many hours selecting, scanning, printing the calendar of my work I'm selling, I

Re: Favorite f/stop?

2003-01-01 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Paul Franklin Stregevsky wrote: I've read that we see at f/5.6. Has anyone ever heard of photographers who will shoot only at f/5.6 because they want to be truthful? [EMAIL PROTECTED] f8 and be there for me, most of the time. When I want a blurred background, it is usually when I I'm

Re: PUG down?

2003-01-01 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Gary L. Murphy wrote: On Tue, 31 Dec 2002 20:50:15 -0500, Altaf Shaikh wrote: What is a PUG? A type of dog Sorry, couldn't resist :-) Later, Gary I'm tempted to tease you about ducks and geese Gary but :) I have to say I almost wrote the same thing... annpunfedele

Re: we don't need no stinkin' rules was -Chicken****

2003-01-02 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Mike Johnston wrote: quoting Mark (Roberts? yes?) More rules to follow and to deliberately break: http://website.lineone.net/~peter.saw/ctutor/cmpsitn.htm Mark, Much as I respect you and like your work, I think we'll just have to agree to disagree (which, by the bye, I really don't mind

Re: Digital PUG theme

2003-01-02 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Joseph Tainter wrote: Cliché may have been Wheatfield Willie's finest moment (in re: PUG themes, anyway). Digital may have been his worst. It's essentially an extra open month. Joe Nah - pretty challenging I'd say. Um - are you giving Wheatfield the finger? (but remember, use your

Re: Question on shooting kids

2003-01-06 Thread Ann Sanfedele
CBWaters wrote: Wait to shoot her for a couple more years. The desire to shoot them gets much much greater. Kidding, of course. And mine are just 34 so the desire hasn't matured to the teenage level yet ;) I saw that header and was afraid we had gotten back to the gun discussiong Also,

Re: Now HERE'S a scumbag

2003-01-06 Thread Ann Sanfedele
T Rittenhouse wrote: Post feedback on the guy pointing out that he got them from your website where they are fee downloads. Anyone who wants to see if he is an honest dealer will get the message, and others deserve to get ripped anyway. Ciao, Graywolf http://pages.prodigy.net/graywolfphoto

Re: Now HERE'S a scumbag

2003-01-06 Thread Ann Sanfedele
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Mark, I would make sure ebay knows he is selling your material, violating your rights. The other thing I have seen done is making another eBay listing. Use an identical title, identical wording, and a $0.01 price. Then ask the bidders not to bid, but to just go to

Re: Layers in Photoshop

2003-01-10 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Keith Whaley wrote: Paul Stenquist wrote: The PhotoShop tutorials are quite adequate. You just have to see them through from start to finish. Paul All facetiousness aside, I do believe you. My single objection to PhotoShop is it's massiveness complexity, similar to latest versions

Re: OT: HTML Editors

2003-01-11 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Shaun Canning wrote: What HTML editors or web page creation software are PDMLer's using for their web sites? I am still using Frontpage 2000, which does the job, but is an idiosyncratic little bugger... I just write straight code and crib a lot from previously written stuff - occasionally

Re: PENTAX DEBUTS HIGH-QUALITY SCRAPPLE IN PARTNERSHIP WITH HORMEL

2003-01-11 Thread Ann Sanfedele
tom wrote: -Original Message- From: Cesar Matamoros II [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Having worked out of the Baltimore area for a while, I was aware of scrapple. Yet, I have never tried it. Maybe it is time to correct that. I may have to take a business trip that way the

Re: OT: HTML Editors

2003-01-12 Thread Ann Sanfedele
tom wrote: -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Arachnophilia -- http://www.arachnoid.com/arachnophilia/ Freeware which the author has been supporting/updating for years. This is what I use, though I like the older version more than the new

Re: Photo Greeting Cards

2003-01-16 Thread Ann Sanfedele
tom wrote: I could have sworn someone posted a link to a lab (besides Ofoto) that will take a scan and print it on a greeting card, but I can't find the link. Any suggestions? Thanks. tv Yep - order cards from CAPE CADS - 1-800-848-7671 (maybe by now they have a web address) they are a

Re: Photo Greeting Cards - here is a link

2003-01-16 Thread Ann Sanfedele
tom wrote: I could have sworn someone posted a link to a lab (besides Ofoto) that will take a scan and print it on a greeting card, but I can't find the link. Any suggestions? Thanks. tv Tom - here is the link to the one I was talking about - http://www.capecads.com/ ann

Re: if microsoft made cameras

2003-01-20 Thread Ann Sanfedele
adphoto wrote: Let's imagine for a moment that Microsoft buys out C and N and made cameras (snip, snip) Didn't need to read any more than that to gasp in horror :) But I'm glad I did - I've hardly read any mail for a few days cause im down with a nasty cold in the frigid NYC area and

Re: Meaning of HAR!

2003-01-20 Thread Ann Sanfedele
T Rittenhouse wrote: Think of a pirate laughing Har, har, har It has become a PDML term that means. I am pulling your leg. When I came on the list Weathfield Willie (Bill Robb) was using it a lot, but he says he picked it up from another list member. Ciao, Graywolf

Re: Meaning of HAR!

2003-01-20 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Paul Franklin Stregevsky wrote: Har is Hebrew for mountain. In English, it means, basically, Ha! or Ha-ha! The long version is hardee-har-har! I have no idea why, any more than Spock could understand why humans say to babies, Kootchie-kootchie-koo! AH! hardee-har-har is something Jackie

Re: OT: Obnoxious Sonofabitch Copyeditor

2003-01-22 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Mike Johnston wrote: My pet peeve is people who use the phrase begs the question when they don't know what it means (they think it means raises the question). A couple of pet peeves: one of the only (it's either the only or one of the few) (snp) Anybody got any other favorites?

Re: OT: Obnoxious Sonofabitch Copyeditor

2003-01-23 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Peter Alling wrote: I always prefer As if I cared, it's short and to the point. Regardsing caring - I just remembered a gaff a friend told me about. Someone in the business of, I believe, loan brokering, had this line on imprinted on the bottom of their stationery: Tell someone who cares.

A non-Pentax photo thingy for sale

2003-01-23 Thread Ann Sanfedele
I have a Minolta auto winder. I have no minolta. the serial number is 2164651. Japan. It comes with a case and I see no noticeable dings but have no way of checking it out for sure. I'll be happy to send it to someone who could use such a thing for whatever you think it is worth, rather than

Re: Actually on-topic: writers ain't rich

2003-01-26 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Boris Liberman wrote: Here's a story. Well, we did drive to Beer Sheva last weekend. Among other things I've taken my FA 50/1.7 with me to shoot some kids. So I've been shooting. One moment I've noticed kids were giving a certain dog something to drink. Hopefully the shot I managed would

Re: ebay bargains

2003-01-26 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Doug Franklin wrote: On Sat, 25 Jan 2003 11:48:17 -0600, Mike Johnston wrote: with half the internet DDoS'ed with Microsofts SQL server What in the world does this mean? Apparently a worm or virus out on the Internet went active last night. It is carrying out a Distributed Denial of

Re: On topic?!

2003-01-29 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Boris Liberman wrote: Hi! Something unusual happened to my latest submission to PhotoSIG. During two days more than 150 people saw the picture (which is a lot to my level) but only one of them said a word. Here is the link: http://www.photosig.com/viewphoto.php?id=660866 I'd like to

Re: LX Questions

2003-01-30 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Dan Scott wrote: On Wednesday, January 29, 2003, at 11:16 PM, Peter Alling wrote: Forced? 'e's well known as a horribly incorrigible bully. Just as likely to give you a wedgie up to your ears as the time o'day. I wouldn't mess with 'im. Dan Scott Yeah I still have fingernail marks

Re: On topic?!

2003-01-30 Thread Ann Sanfedele
frank theriault wrote: Hi, Ann, Thanks for mentioning the distraction of the image overlapping the text - I'd meant to mention that, as it does the same for me, but I forgot. I've only gone to PhotoSIG a few times, and it's done that every time for me. I use Netscrape, FWIW. It really

Re: On topic?! shifting to semi-off Netscape and photos on the web

2003-01-30 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Otis Wright, Jr. wrote: Ditto. Communicator 4.79 and it is beginning to have trouble with a lot of sites where Explorer works OK. I'm putting in a new system next week and will move on to 6.x and if it has problems Netscrape is done at this office. Otis Wright I have Netscape 4.6 - my

Re: On topic?!

2003-01-30 Thread Ann Sanfedele
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In [EMAIL PROTECTED], on 01/30/03 at 12:36 AM, Otis Wright, Jr. rusty.@worldnet.att.net said: |Ditto. Communicator 4.79 and it is beginning to have trouble with a |lot of sites where Explorer works OK. I'm putting in a new system |next week and will move on to

Re: OT: Epson ink use printing issues

2003-02-02 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Doug Franklin wrote: On Sun, 02 Feb 2003 03:12:02 -0500, Ann Sanfedele wrote: Well he is using a different printer, Doug. MIght matter. That's why I mentioned which printer I have. :-) ann sez O? :) I mentioned that for the benefit of others,actually, I knew you knew but I think

Re: NYC PDML: 2/22/03?

2003-02-03 Thread Ann Sanfedele
gfen wrote: On Mon, 3 Feb 2003, Cesar Matamoros II wrote: I will let those 24/7 locals select the where and when. annsan sez Would all of you who are planning to do this CC me when you chat about this - I could then make a little list that includes all of us in my address book - also I

Re: OT Pentax wife (Was: Shit, Crap Politics, Was:Re: Vs: car shit, not politics, not Pentax, but about as valid as any of the crap that is allowed without rancor. WAS: bRe: PMA and Pentax DSLR

2003-02-03 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Lasse Karlsson wrote: John M. wrote: On Sun, 02 Feb 2003 09:41:09 -0500, you wrote: If I wanted to have an aggravating, pointless discussion, I would go talk to my wife. BR I refrained from replying to Bruce to ask him if I could supply the name of a good divorce lawyer because I

Re: OT: Epson ink use printing issues

2003-02-03 Thread Ann Sanfedele
CBWaters wrote: T I also bought a box of Epson heavyweight Matte (forgive me, I like matte finish better) today so we'll see if these look better than the Kodak stuff I just finished. The glossy stuf is so much mroe expensive anyway. One thing I noticed, this Epson paper is one-sided, as

Re: OT Pentax wife

2003-02-04 Thread Ann Sanfedele
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Amita wrote, in response to Ann: Please remember there are a number of women on this list, too. Yeah, there are, what, four of us? g We lost that nice lady from New Zealand, right? You two, Wendy, me ... Doe aka Marnie wandered away recently ... WHO am I

Re: PDML Sisterhood gear

2003-02-04 Thread Ann Sanfedele
To get even more firmly on topic, what Pentaxes are the sisterhood shooting with? K1000 KM Optio 230 Ann replies: This sister shoots LX and KX - 28mm, 50mm, 100 mac f4.0 most often. Needing to replace a third party 70 210 zoom someday with some better glass. Sorry I sold

Re: RE; PDML NY SATURDAY FEB 22

2003-02-04 Thread Ann Sanfedele
HErb's address was wrong - I wondered what kept bouncing... Herb are you getting this one??? annsan

Re: Women of PDML

2003-02-06 Thread Ann Sanfedele
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I think there were about 12 (women of PDML) (I lost count, though) -- however, let's hold off on the calendar until we see how well the Men of PDML calendar sells. better to skip it, then :) ann

failed mail for NYPDML

2003-02-06 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Mike P [EMAIL PROTECTED] THis bounces - he is one of the NYPDMLERS - Mike, if you are yout there, send me an email ? this looks like I got the wrong one :) annsan

Re: Photo Contest

2003-02-07 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Al Shaikh wrote: I thought you guys might like a little contest. Usefilm.com is sponsoring one with flowers as the theme. If you feel like entering feel free. First and only prize is a set of 5 calendars of your own images. Photographer retains all rights blah, you know the deal. Enjoy

Re: OT: employment levels-was: Superior Pentax

2003-02-10 Thread Ann Sanfedele
frank theriault wrote: I continue to be amazed at how many on this list are unemployed/underemployed, yet are still able to pursue this pastime, which, let's face it, isn't the cheapest around. Good luck finding a job, Boris. g cheers, frank Because we all bought our cameras when wer

Re: slow 35mm film - was Megapixels required for 8X10 print

2003-02-10 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Bruce Dayton wrote: Matt, While making a 16X20 may be a snap for 35mm film, I would submit that it is painfully obvious when compared to MF or LF. I personally don't think 35mm generally looks that good beyond 11X14 - even there the difference is obvious. Bruce Looks great when the 35mm

Re: Top 10 Worst Clichés

2003-02-10 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Mike Johnston wrote: Mark, How about cats playing in the flower bed? Hmm...I know I have some cat photos around here somewhere... AAUUUG! ...Which brings up another interesting question. What are the worst photographic clichés of all time? --Mike DIdn't we just

Re: Slow list. How 'bout some flower photos to liven things up?;-)

2003-02-11 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Mike Johnston wrote: Another flower for mike http://www.usefilm.com/showphoto.php?id=72 I find flowers disturbing. Especially in color. I think it was the French painter Edgar Degas who wrote that he was disturbed by the visual cacaphony of bouquets of flowers. He seldom painted them,

Re: Hands up who crops?

2003-02-11 Thread Ann Sanfedele
I crop, I'd say , only about 15% of what I print. Usually because of not having time to focus in on what I want in the picture, shooting out of car windows, etc. I'm not counting trimming the very edges of the frame just a tad to eliminate vignetting or a stray hair, branch , etc that I

of flower contest and short hiatus from the list

2003-02-12 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Re the photo contest - after seeing Karen Johnson's spectacularly beautiful Dahlia on usenet I think I had better just put my flowers back in my drawer. Can't compete. I've gotta get off list for a few days, though may not actually leave until late tonight. Be nice to each other while I'm

Re: FW: INCREDIBLE NEWS

2001-09-13 Thread Ann Sanfedele
I also pointed out this was false about 3 hours ago.. boy -- sequence of mail here must be really screwed up. But you gave more details tomorrow I lunch with Cesar - barring the unforseen. night night ann Robert Harris wrote: Peifer, William [OCDUS] wrote: Hi all, Thought I'd

Re: OT. WTC - Why no helicopters?

2001-09-14 Thread Ann Sanfedele
The Helicopters would blow stuff all around, and there isn't enough room for them down there, Lasse. It would be very dangerous - that is my guess. ann Lasse Karlsson wrote: Those of you who might know more than me. When the towers were hit, I never saw any helicopters even trying to make

Visiting PDML'er - a little ray of sunshine

2001-09-14 Thread Ann Sanfedele
FOr 4 hours this afternoon I dined, laughed, photoed and walked (and walked and walked and walked) around Manhattan with another list member who was here mainly to visit his parent's and sister who live in Queens. - I speak of Cesar, and I come to praise him. :) I brought him to my favorite

Re: Picture of the Week

2001-09-15 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Shel Belinkoff wrote: Hi Paul ... This is a pretty picture ... and a pretty humdrum picture. Often breaking the rule of thirds can contribute to something pretty interesting, but running the horizon right through the middle of this scene reduces any interest here. Shel, I think it is

Photos to show you incl one of a list member

2001-09-15 Thread Ann Sanfedele
I live about a 30 minute walk from the WTC. I have before pictures, many, I plan to use one of those for the November PUG, but here are 12 pictures from the last week. None of them are of the disaster site itself except in the distance. Doing this small page helped me keep myself together.

Re: images of the WTC

2001-09-15 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Pulling TX is common, actually. Doesn't look like you used the red filter, I would have guessed yellow. My before pictures are months if not years old. Very sad to look at it. Looks like you didn't use a polarizer on the color one - true? After shots from that spot would be stirring... and

Re: Visiting PDML'er - a little ray of sunshine

2001-09-17 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Jody wrote: snip You have a K-mart? I am so jealous. I have to drive 7hrs to get to my favourite department store, which is in danger of closing soon, due to immense competition from the cheap, junky Warehouse. ANn replies: Jody, The K-Mart in my neighborhood was considered an insult

Re: Visiting PDML'er - a little ray of sunshine

2001-09-17 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Aaron Reynolds wrote: Ann Sanfedele wrote: What's a mullet? Aaron replied 'round here, a mullet is a bad haircut sported by '80s rockers and hockey players of all eras: short on top, long in the back. Often confused with hockey hair, which is hair that is just long enough to curl

Re: Visiting PDML'er - a little ray of sunshine

2001-09-17 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Brendan wrote: --- Aaron Reynolds [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ann Sanfedele wrote: What's a mullet? It's a bad tasting fish that everyone should be fortunate they won't have to eat . Brendon, I _swear_ I posted my response to Aaron saying a fish was my guess before I read the above

Re: Visiting PDML'er - a little ray of sunshine

2001-09-17 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Matamoros, Cesar A. wrote: (a lot of stuff annsan snipping so Mike Johnson won't have a cow...) [Cesar writes ] I am so glad she did not decide to bury me :-) ann replies: I'll consider whether that will be necessary after seeing any pic he took of me. [Cesar writes ] To be honest,

Re: Slide Mounts

2001-09-17 Thread Ann Sanfedele
William D. Sawyer wrote: Hi All, I just got some slides back from Kodak, and there was a note in the box that Kodak is moving to plastic mounts. If requested, cardboard mounts are still available but plastic will now be the standard. My question is, what are people's opinions of the

Re: Slide Mounts

2001-09-17 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Paul Jones wrote: Just get a fine permanent felt tip pen. thats how i write on my plastic mounted slides. You havent seen my handwriting :) I've found that the labels I used that have lots of typing on them stick better to cardboard. Is there any reason to think this is being changed by

Re: Slide Mounts

2001-09-17 Thread Ann Sanfedele
PAUL STENQUIST wrote: Hi Bill, Detroit Autographic (I think that's the name. I keep getting it wrong, but you know who I mean: the old Meteor lab) uses plastic mounts. They seem to keep the film relatively flat and are nice and clean. My only gripe is that, in the case of this lab, they

Re: There, this is for your souvenir, Maybe you have a virus ?

2001-09-18 Thread Ann Sanfedele
I saw that subject line and the sender and deleted immediately! annsan Paul Jones wrote: Maybe you have a virus :) - Original Message - From: Rapture [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2001 2:58 PM Subject: There, this is for your souvenir,. I blankly received the

they won't fix my LX

2001-09-20 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Photo-tech held it for 3 weeks and have now said it cant be fixed, they cant get the parts, etc. the meter is busted. I asked them would they please just clean it then and they refused! they won't do a partial repair. Anyone know where I can get it fixed??? in USA It all seems pretty

got stiffed by ebay buyer.. 2 filters for sale

2001-09-20 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Hoya red 52mm mint Hoya light yellow 52m mint $10.00 each - I'm off to Scrabble club - haven't seen my buddies since the event - it raineth here in the city but I'm walking uptown nonetheless. annsn - This message is from the Pentax-Discuss Mail List. To unsubscribe, go to

Re: they won't fix my LX -thanks guys for suggestions

2001-09-20 Thread Ann Sanfedele
, and you might have to send it back, but they will eventually get it in good working order. Their number is on the Pentax USA web site. Don't worry, your good friend can be healed. Paul Ann Sanfedele wrote: Photo-tech held it for 3 weeks and have now said it cant be fixed, they cant get

Re: Equinox PUG

2001-09-21 Thread Ann Sanfedele
William Robb wrote: From the US Naval Laboratory: Autumnal Equinox Sep 22 2001 7:05 PM EDT I have no idea what this translates into according to Greenwich Mean Time (is that what is called Universal Time now?) William Robb no clue - but as I live in EDT - I'm glad you posted that so

Re: Back home

2001-12-16 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Rob Studdert wrote: Hi Ann, It's good to hear from you (I am sure that everyone else feels the same :-) Hope so! (snip snip)... (can you remember which part of the roll you shot? I can't, I'll have to cite us both as authors if I publish any :-) I totally forgot I took ANY -

Re: Who recommended Ilford inkjet paper

2001-12-18 Thread Ann Sanfedele
I have an HP Deskjet 722c - and oldy but I think not a baddie, but would it be a waste printing on Ilford Classic Pearl? That is, how much of the stability and quality are in the paper as opposed to the ink? annsan Aaron Reynolds wrote: On Tuesday, December 18, 2001, at 08:38 AM, David

Re: Bye, Bye

2001-12-21 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Albano - keep taking lovely photos - the mountains will help the spirit, I know, and focusing on them, literally, will too. annsan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, gang. I'm leaving for vacation this afternoon. I'm going to Patagonia zone. I hope to forget a bit about the horrible

Re: Professions and the PUG

2003-10-03 Thread Ann Sanfedele
. -J. Robert Oppenheimer From: Ann Sanfedele [EMAIL PROTECTED] Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Professions and the PUG Date: Fri, 03 Oct 2003 09:35:01 -0400 Was kinda surprised there were no shots of world's oldest... Nobody live in Vegas

Re: Professions and the PUG

2003-10-04 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Peter Alling wrote: Please Ann, this is a family list. (Not that I didn't consider it). now you tell me... annsan At 09:35 AM 10/3/03 -0400, you wrote: Was kinda surprised there were no shots of world's oldest... Nobody live in Vegas or Amsterdam?? :) annsan - feeling silly this

Re: OT: backdrop ?

2003-10-04 Thread Ann Sanfedele
I bought white foamcore and made a folding screen of sorts... 8 feet high and 3 feet side and back. Taped the corners and stashed it away folding it like a fan. Didn't cost much and makes a nice even light box... IF you have a place to stash the foam core it has the advantage of not getting

to fellow Cubbies fans - YAYAYAYAYAY!

2003-10-05 Thread Ann Sanfedele
see above annsan, Chicago born, saw them cubbies in 1945

Re: to fellow Cubbies fans - YAYAYAYAYAY!

2003-10-05 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Paul Stenquist wrote: Ann... You were a South Sider. Shame on you :-) Paul Ann Sanfedele wrote: No, only for a couple of years. I lived MOSTLY on the north side... a little north of Wrigley field, just a couple of EL stops :) so there. :) ann see above annsan, Chicago born

Re: Free Photoshop Elements 2.0

2003-10-10 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Paul wrote: Hi, I have 2 copies of Photoshop Elements 2.0 to give away, they both came free with some gear i bought and i dont need them. If any one needs and wants a copy then just email me off list, first in best dressed. One rule, you have to actualy need the copy :) Regards, Paul

Re: OT: eBay Plagiarism

2003-10-10 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Chris Brogden wrote: The internet encourages plagiarism, so the seller may not know or care that it was wrong to do so. I checked out the page, http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItemitem=2563924879 and he definitely claims that he had you describe it for him. I'd send him an email

Re: OT: eBay Plagiarism

2003-10-10 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Not at all different - join the masses :( ann Keith Whaley wrote: Then my experiences are NOT all that different! Thanks, keith Chris Brogden wrote: No, no... email would be too easy. Then people might actually be able to contact eBay without needing to book a day off work just to

Re: OT: eBay Plagiarism

2003-10-10 Thread Ann Sanfedele
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Don. If you hosted the pix off eBay, the easiest way to do something is change the original pix to something a little different, and change your URL in the auction (possible as long as you have no bids currently). I thought it was just his text that was lifted, i.e.,

Re: Boston photo experiences

2003-10-12 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Amita Guha wrote: snip, snip, snip I did have one advantage over Nate - I had two bodies, so I had to switch lenses less often than he did. ;) I thought the advantage of having two bodies was that you could be in more than one place at once :) We had an interesting altercation with a

OT photoshop elements question

2003-10-13 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Ok now I got it installed - Much more similar to other photoshop versions than to photo deluxe which I've been sailing through for months - couple of things I can't find after a few tries in the help menu - (1) can't find the tool for adding a boarder. In photo deluxe it was under the effects

Re: Puzzled over lack of comments

2003-10-13 Thread Ann Sanfedele
Vic, Ive tried to go there twice and with my browser (or maybe just the time of day I tried) it just wouldn't load. I love cats of all sizes and shapes, too. Maybe others had difficulties as well and then time passed and it is forgotten - we have had a lot of traffic here lately annsan

Re: OT photoshop elements question

2003-10-13 Thread Ann Sanfedele
I've answered two of my questions --- Ann Sanfedele wrote: (1) can't find the tool for adding a boarder. In photo deluxe it was under the effects menu. answer (just to share with others -- use the marquee tool then use, of all things, STROKE in the edit menu, now why in the world couldn't

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