Monthly Archives: December 2007

Quanta from Dr. Color’s Assistant: METACOW

Sorry for not posting anything color-related recently. I’m very busy with something important (but not very interesting) right now. The colorful language will return soon. Nevertheless, here’s a quick color-related post. METACOW: “A Public-Domain, HighResolution, Fully-Digital, Noise-Free, Metameric, Extended-Dynamic-Range, Spectral … Continue reading

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Mather’s first law of technology

As a corollary to Arthur C. Clarke’s third law of prediction — “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” — here is my new law of technology: Any insufficiently documented technology is indistinguishable from magic.

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Attaching a lensboard to a large format lens

I have to confess that I’m a little intimidated by my new camera. My first question, “How do I attach the lens to the camera?” So I went to the two books I have: Jack Dykinga’s Large Format Nature Photography … Continue reading

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