July 8th, 2006
|10:28 pm - The Eye|
University Bridge, Seattle
8 July 2006
34"w x 30"h
Cool. Hey, I've been wanting to ask you a question. I have this digital camera that someone left in my cab and never called back to claim, so now it's mine by default. I'd lke to use it but there is a small problem with it. My qestion is do you recomend any camera stores that might be able to fix it for me?
There are a couple camera stores in the Northgate Mall that might be able to help you, or at least give you some pointers.
The more lower end it is, the less likely it is to be worth repairing.
Nev says she thinks it's a pretty good camera. She says she thinks it's better than the one I bought her for Christmas a few years back. Do you know the names of the camera stores in the mall?
One is called Tall's Camera, the other is Ritz Pix/Camera West.
Okay, I will look for them then. Thanks.
|Date:||July 9th, 2006 03:52 pm (UTC)|| |
Nice. I really must read your recommended readings on this and give it a try. Of course, somehow I must also win the lottery so I can retire and/or possibly decrease some of the other myriad things I wander off to do/read/watch/etc. and actually try concentrating on only a small subset of all of those things.
Glad you like it!
The readings I pointed you two were for blending two photos into one image. As far as I know, there are no tutorials for what I do with this kind of picture. However, there are a few Flickr groups that I belong to ("Play Hockney", "Hockneyesque", and a couple others) where people do this kind of collage.
This picture is composed of 21 (I think) individual pictures, and the Photoshop file is 1.1 Gb. A little attentions surplus disorder is helpful.