Kevin on December 31st, 2011

If you worry about losing your digital camera – or perhaps worse, the images on its memory card – you might want to check out CameraTrace. For an annual fee of $10, CameraTrace provides a metalized, adhesive tag for your camera which enables someone who’s found it to return it to you. The tag directs […]

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If you’re interested in travel and photography, the odds favor your stumbling across Trey Ratcliff. A talented artist and photographer, Trey is an outstanding practitioner of HDR (high dynamic range) photo processing.  You can see his work at both his Flickr photostream, or at his website, Stuck in, which also features his free tutorial […]

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Kevin on December 17th, 2009

As a couple of you know, I picked up a Canon S90 a few days ago via Amazon.  I’ve not had much time to spend with the camera, but a couple of things about it are really striking. Fast f/2.0 lens My Nikon D80 is equipped with an f/3.5 lens; the S90 with an f/2.0 […]

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Kevin on November 17th, 2009

A recent comment from Paul on my October, 2008 post about Tourist Remover made me want to revisit this online app: I agree with James – I think the demo ought to have about 50 or 60 big fat tourists in Time Square and show how they can be made to disappear.  That would be […]

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Kevin on October 12th, 2009

As I write this on Sunday morning, it’s difficult to believe that I was playing in a golf tournament a week ago.  It snowed Friday night in The Middle of Nowhere, and this morning the temperature is 27°F. As a result, the weekend has been devoted to cooking (pulled pork, Cajun seafood over linguine, corn […]

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Kevin on March 5th, 2009

Testimony to the many talented photographers @ Flickr, here’s a sampling of some beautiful macro images I found on the site…

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Kevin on December 3rd, 2008

If you want to create a truly one of a kind gift for a loved one, or simply want to capture family memories in a high quality, reasonably priced photo book, scrap book or calendar, check out Inkubook.  Utilizing a simple drag-and-drop interface, Inkubook enables you to create your own customized photo book for as […]

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