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  1. It's fun to post really vague missed connections. Where:Independent Coffee Shop. Me: Sideswept bangs bleached, black hair, black plastic frame squared off glasses. You: The same. -fuse.
  2. HAHA, this girl I know likes to post things on craiglist. Such as funding for an abortion. Or need for a roommate. She says that the replies are infinitely amusing. -fuse.
  3. That's sweet. It's like every dream I've ever had about a Final Fantasy airship come true. -fuse.
  4. The man. -fuse. *edit, fucked up pic because I was posting shit on my friend's page all morning.
  5. polarizers cuts down on reflections. Quoted post [/b] The only downside is that they cut down on available light as well. Scientifically speaking, they cut your light intensity in half. But they do make certain colors pop a lot more too, which is a nice. I find that greens and blues are the most effected. They are the most expensive type of filter I've seen. But even at that, mine was only $20. Play around with it. I swear, I'm getting some stuff posted in here some day. -fuse.
  6. http://www.parkeharrison.com/main.html Stole this from another thread. Thought it belonged here. -fuse.
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    I will admit, the do look more than a little euro. -fuse.
  8. Dude, it's a mac. And as I said, it's not mine, so I can't look at it. I don't even know if it produces a code. But I do know that it doesn't just turn itself off. There is a message, and it won't let you do anything but restart it via the power button. -fuse.
  9. That's true. I thought of that as I posted that one. Hopefully if I offer to fix it, she'll get me some food or something. -fuse.
  10. Won't that void her warranty though? -fuse.
  11. add more info on that what is it doing? yes they can tell if its dropped open it up and press in the hardware it prolly came loose thats it Quoted post [/b] It often tells her that it needs to restart. And you can't really move it because it will do the same thing. Sliding it across a surface is alright though. So I gues it's as long as you don't lift it or move it quickly. -fuse. All theoretically of course.
  12. One of my friends may or may not have dropped her laptop and now it's acting up. Her warranty doesn't cover dropping. Supposing she did drop her laptop, she would have to lie to get it fixed under warranty. Would the manufacturer be able to tell that the laptop had been dropped? Any suggestions on how she should say it was damaged? -fuse.
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    I want these. -fuse.
  14. How can you tell whether or not he zoomed. I'm very interested becuase I guess I don't pay enough attention to detail to notice. Or I lack experience. Anywho, I agree with the one about the house and the sky. Up the contrast, and it would be nicer. Sillouhette [sic?] effect. When I get paid, I'll have some b&w's developed. Hopefully. -fuse.
  15. Is that the guy from Babe? -fuse.
  16. unlike the rest of the threads on 12oz, asking for help here won't get you torn apart. we're nice like that. here are a few that i found real quick from google doing a "photo basics" search: one Two Three Four Five SixSixSix Seven Any of the major manufactures have tutorials and how-tos on their sites... kodak, fuji, canon, nikon... just look around. Quoted post [/b] Also, if you know of any photography/camera shops in your area, they usually have a ton of books on all sorts of thing. Compostions, filter usage, lighting, equipment, film types, etc... I've never run into a problem just sitting down and reading a little bit of the book there as long as I purchase some film or a filter or something while I'm at the shop near me. -fuse.
  17. Sweet, I didn't know I ever got quoted in here. -fuse.
  18. I REALLY like the bottom right one Philth. REALLY. -fuse.
  19. And damn rage. You have enough polaroids to stash them at your favorite spots like some sort of spy. Too bad polaroid cameras aren't very stashable. but nice collection. -fuse.
  20. I really like this one, not because I have the fever. But because there is a lot of direction to the second frame. I look directly at her face first then I notice that there is someone behind her. It happens for me sort of like a movie shot. One where someone is talking and you see someone enter through a door behind them. Pretty dope is what I guess I'm trying to say. -fuse.
  21. Yeah, this happened to me with my entire first photography project. So I had to go REshoot everything that i had done. Thankfully it was all pictures of stationary objects and the lighting conditions were almost the same. Good thing it didn't happen later though, because my best pic was of a building that they have since knocked over. -fuse.
  22. ^^is size an issue? I mean do you wany it to be compact so that you can carry it pretty much anywhere with you? Your basic compact point and shoot type camera Or are you looking for something that's a little larger and more professional grade as far as lens and optical zoom and manual focusing and such are concerned? -fuse.
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