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Right now you are an amateur coffee roaster. Sure, every once and while, you get it all right but like the ad says: "Amateurs practice till they get it right, professionals practice till they can't get it wrong." Your best is certainly better than the pros - but you just learn from your mistakes. You don't have to throw them out. I mentioned in earlier post that I have been roasting for about 20 years. About 2 years ago, I found that I no longer had to guess or check about my roasts. They always came out right. I roast about 50 lb a year - so 20x50 is 1000 lb of coffee to becoming an expert. The parallel with photography is also clear - and in that arena, you have put in the time.
Toggle Commented Mar 4, 2014 on Mike Starts a Fight at The Online Photographer
You could look into the drum roaster attachment for a gas grill. I have been doing that for about 20 years. If you already have a gas grill, the drum may work just fine if you invest in the rotisserie system.
Toggle Commented Mar 3, 2014 on Open Mike: Mmm, Coffee at The Online Photographer
Great idea. But this is even easier - gold medal for 2 minute skate, gold medal for 4 minute skate and gold medal for combined. Except ice dancing, only a gold medal for 4 minute skate - but new event. ICE DANCING MARATHON!. How much more Olympic can you get - last athletes standing win!
Dinner at your house could be a dangerous adventure!
Montaigne is the first blogger so it is no surprise that you have chosen his works. Since we live in post-modern times, he must have already written an essay about important books - and indeed that is the case. "Whenever I ask a certain acquaintance of mine to tell me what he knows about anything, he wants to show me a book: he would not venture to tell me he has scabs on his arse without studying his lexicon to find the meanings of scab and arse" - from Du Pédantisme
Mastering exposure is another aspect of photography that is now more difficult than ever. The fact that each shot can have a different ISO means that it can be much more difficult to get a real gestalt for the amount of light provided by a particular shutter speed and aperture combination. It is now like trying to visualize a 3-dimensional graph.
Toggle Commented Oct 21, 2011 on Fight! Fight! at The Online Photographer
If you saved the negative, you were planning for this kind of situation - so there is no question that you will make more prints. If you included a piece of the negative with each print (and also kept a piece for yourself) then all owners and you could be assured that the original run was a truly limited edition.
Toggle Commented May 22, 2011 on Editioning Moral Dilemma at The Online Photographer
These prices are high but are not as high as they seem. The current MSRP of the price is 128,000 yen which is over US $ 1600. The US is slowly becoming the "grey market" for the more wealthy european and asian nations.
Consider the 21.5 inch iMac with the second monitor. The foot print is still pretty small, but the power is much higher. The issues with the glossy screen are all much smaller with the smaller screen - and I can assure you that the matte IPS panel and iMac screen pair just fine. I have a 22 inch HP IPS panel that I paired with the iMac.
They could have called it the Sony RIP-Minolta.
Toggle Commented May 23, 2010 on Sony NEX-5 Hands On at The Online Photographer
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