I have for the first time looked at Mike's website. If you haven't, look at
it now. Wood work as a hobby is one thing but what he has produced is an
inspiration even if it so far beyond my abilities that I know I'll never
Thank you Mike for letting us all see your work.
Oh, and I liked the joke.
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Yes Patrick photography certainly is not my forte despite trying to take
good shots I seem to miss the mark . I will have to get a digital camera
soon and see if that helps.
Just finished a walnut corner cabinet .every shot underexposed,perhaps that
the writing on the wall ,regards ...mjh
The digital will help. Get one that allows manual focus, doesn't insist on
having the on-camera flash on, and shoot with a brace (preferably a tripod)
using the timer for release with room lights you arrange to have the light fall
If you HAVE to use on-camera flash, put 3 or 4 layers of tissue over it, or a
doubled handkerchief, both of which reduce glare a fair amount.
"Bore, n.: A person who talks when you wish him to listen." Ambrose Bierce, The
today Firefox 0.9.3 crashed. I sent the requested bug report to Netscape,
but would still like to remark that my wife's site on tripod ($4.95/mo)
doesn't have these annoyances at all <http://afinab.tripod.com/
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