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Conversion to Digital Files Part II

Now that my 8X10″ black and white negatives have been converted to RAW files as outlined in my previous blog, I can say without hesitation, that was the best 8 bucks (for the plexiglass, again, just read the previous blog post, it’s not long) I’ve spent in a long time. 335 more words

Black And White

Sorry?.... Can you repeat that?

Went along to the hospital today for an Ultrasound scan on my abdomen, in particular my liver. The medication I take for Epilepsy can effect my liver, not sure in what way, will have to investigate this a bit more. 191 more words

IVF: Second Scan & Trigger Shot!



Amazing how much can happen in a week, isn’t it? On Sunday, I’d only been having injections for a week, no other contact from the clinic, and I’d just added a second shot of Orgalutran to stop myself ovulating. 468 more words

IVF

Aerial Photography > Dense Point Clouds

Since 2009 I’ve done a fair amount of work with aerial photography, all the while continuing to explore architectural photography and photogrammetry while on the ground. 113 more words

Photogrammetry

Record-setting OB Course

Last week, a record number of 444 physicians and sonographers gathered in Orlando, Florida, for the 38th Annual Advanced Ultrasound Seminar: OB/GYN. The program, which was co-directed by Lennard Greenbaum, MD, and Frederick Kremkau, MD, featured an impressive array of speakers, all of whom have been presidents (plus the incoming president-elect) of the AIUM. 300 more words

AIUM