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Exercise 4.4

I have completed this exercise with one studio light, one reflector, a simple black background and I have used the light on different output settings. Looking at my contact sheets (below), leaves me thinking I may crop some of the images, but there will be no other editing. 497 more words

Learning Log

Deciding What to Frame for our Walls

Over the Christmas holidays we had quite a few days at home and decided to tackle a few of the jobs we had been putting off for a while; one of those was deciding which pictures to get framed.  566 more words

Hall, Stairs & Landing

Chop saw mitre framing jig

Easy to make (ply & baton) checks accuracy of chopsaw 90° cut

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1 joint 1 cut, or, 2 joints 1 cut…

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Perfect.

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A place for the electrical service

Some delays over the holidays – but I’m back.

Although I am waiting to finish most of the basement, I did need to do one corner.   234 more words

Home Improvement

January 13th: Make Chalkboard Art

Well, this was not exactly what I had in mind when I added Make Chalkboard Art to my list, but it definitely fits the category and was more fun than just writing or drawing on the board (which I still have to do at some point anyway). 170 more words

Resolutions

Getting a scientific message across means taking human nature into account

I really enjoyed thinking about, researching, and writing this piece for The Conversation, where this work was originally published.

Getting a scientific message across means taking human nature into account… 1,337 more words

Communication

Haiku #109

A geometry
framing the seen and unseen
narrowing focus.

Copyright © 2017, by J. Sibley Law

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