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  • Jakaleena
    replied to 3d images
    Re: 3d images

    Wow! These are totally AMAZING!
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  • Jakaleena
    started a topic Mom's Jalapeño Cheese Bread

    Mom's Jalapeño Cheese Bread

    Mom's Jalapeño Cheese Bread

    Bread:

    1/3 c. water 3 lg. eggs
    ¼ c. butter or margarine, cut up 1 t. salt
    3 ½ c. bread flour 3 T. sugar
    2 t. bread machine yeast ¼ c. jalapeños, chopped
    ¼ to ½ lb. Shredded sharp cheddar

    Add water,...
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  • Anon,

    Could you post a sample for us to work with?
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  • Jakaleena
    replied to Good/Bad Places to Buy From
    I gotta agree with Doug on the Gateway thing. I have one. Their tech support is beyond amazing. This one I have is now almost 5 years old and I've only ever had 2 problems with it. I know I shoud get a new one, but this one is just sooooo good I hesitate to put it out to pasture.

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  • Jakaleena
    replied to Vignette?
    I just used the Vignetting Tutorial in the tutorial section

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  • Jakaleena
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    Well, I tried out the information I had about contacting the PPA for permission yesterday.

    I had a customer come in who was extremely insistant that I copy her professionally shot picture (taken somewhere in the 1970's). When I called the PPA, the woman I spoke with asked me questions...
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  • Jakaleena
    replied to silver scanning question
    Hi Blues

    There's been some discussion of this in the forums previously. If you do a forum search for "silvering" you should come up with some good information.
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  • Jakaleena
    replied to White cotton gloves
    I'm one of those that prefer finger cots. I've worn gloves for years and can use them easily, but I seem to lose less sensitivity with finger cots and they aren't as "slippery". I can also do other things while wearing them, while with gloves I have to take them off for certain other tasks....
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  • Jakaleena
    replied to copyright laws
    I don't know if "ultimate authority" was really the best choice of words on my part or not. Of course the photographer has the ultimate authority on whether or not to copy their work.

    Here is my gut feeling interpretation of what I've learned, not based on any real info and...
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  • Jakaleena
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    I just got some new info on this issue yesterday.

    Apparently, the PPA is the ultimate authority on what you can or can't copy at our company (WM).

    IF the photo in question was taken before 1980, the Photo Center Manager or another member of management can call the PPA...
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  • Jakaleena
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    Show them the original snapshot...
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  • Jakaleena
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    The only thing I can accept as permission to print a copy a professional photograph would be a signed release from the photographer. If someone brought me a filled out page 6, I'd have to check with my district manager to see if it would be acceptable. I have no idea what the Photo Center Manager...
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  • Jakaleena
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    No, most of the prints we copy are family snapshots (the Fuji DPC and the Kodak Picture Maker both have scanners), while the next largest number of prints are from digital sources. There are a huge number of people (genealogists, scrap bookers) who make copies of other things besides studio prints....
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  • Jakaleena
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    Here are a few points to consider regarding the sale of the rights vs. the sale of individual copies of the image:

    1. Photographers have overhead - education, equipment, building rent/mortgage, insurance, equipment maintenance, depreciation & upgrades, lab/printing fees, payroll,...
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  • Jakaleena
    replied to copyright laws
    I almost forgot...

    Yes, Cinderella, the photos you took in front of your drapes are indeed copyrighted and you are the copyright holder. In fact, every photograph anyone takes is technically copyrighted, although most people do not concern themselves with copyright issues on what are...
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