Monthly Archives: January 2009

Puppy love

After the Gold Rush website was down on Tuesday, I got Greg to remote desktop in to a machine in Oregon to print out an order form on Wednesday. Long story short, after Jeff + I finished the bottle of

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Photo featured in Tundra Drums

A photo I took of Bogus Creek 150 starter Sam Crow over the K300 weekend has been featured in The Tundra Drums newspaper 🙂 Even though my name was spelt wrong, I’m still pretty excited to get something printed on

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First developed + scanned 35mm photos

My Canoscan 8800F finally made it through the mail system yesterday 🙂 As I had quite a bit of studying to do last night for my VCP exam earlier today, I didn’t get much chance to play, and have then

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VCP in VI3

After hanging around for 45 minutes this morning whilst the ‘test center’ got ready (read – a corner in the college library, was not impressed), I finally got to sit the VCP exam and passed with a score of 83

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Developing K300 weekend photos

As part of my ongoing attempt to avoid studying for my VCP exam on Wednesday (actually, I’ve covered 8 of the 11 modules and have a 2-hour revision session via telephone tomorrow), I finished off the last few frames of

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Iain Foulds, 34 years old. Originally from England, now living in Seattle. I currently work as a Senior Content Developer for Microsoft writing about Azure VMs. Gamer. Very passionate about photography. Comments and opinions expressed here are my own. More...