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If you are here hoping to find out more about me or this site, you will find very little help. Not that I’m not pleased with your interest (or curiosity), but because as quickly as I begin to think I know who I am, or what I’m about … well, it goes and changes on me.

I will therefore simply let the site evolve along with myself, and see if something consistent begins to take form.

Mostly, since I do have sites that are more structured, this is a site that I can simply follow my interests … and the interests of those who decide to join in on this journey … without following any pre-determined structure or purpose other than to find interesting and fun ideas and experiments with photography and/or photo art.

So join in and enjoy,

Al

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1 John Nitrox February 26, 2011 at 2:45 pm

Dear Al,

I still am having trouble e-mailing you through PKN, so I’m trying you from here. Sorry!

DPTNST,

John

2 John Nitrox February 26, 2011 at 2:51 pm

Dear Al,

This is the error message that comes up at PKH. “Failed to send your message. Please try later or contact administrator by other way.”

Here is the e-mail that failed to go through at PKH:

Dear Al,

Thanks for your ideas on what to do with my enlarger. I’m going to try to donate it to a local school or give it to Camera Craft, a local photography store.
Thanks too for your opinion on Canon’s PowerShot G12. The G series has much more flexibility than the PowerShot 300 S, 400 S, and 500 SD which I’ve taken underwater with me in the past. Unfortunately, the Canon WP-DC34 which many users have criticized as flooding easily. I flooded an S 300 by inadvertently taking it too deep, but I would hate to lose a G 12 at $500 a pop. Alternative housings, could be an answer, but even the Ikelite G 12 housing runs about $500 more than Canon’s housing.
If you were to change PKH, I’d like to see an area where your readers could send in photographs that you and maybe other readers could critique. Perhaps it would be good to see the original photograph and then the photographer’s cropping and enhancements: contrast, saturation, color balance, dodging, etc. Right now, I’m using Photoshop Elements 6, and have no idea of how to use most of its features, but I’d like to learn. I’ve been demanding so much of your time in the last few days that I know it’s time for me to hold my tongue. Thanks again.

DPTNST,

John

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