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new filesize limits live now..

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subscribers now have a 1Mb limit. free accounts still 256Kb, but it's being measured much better now, so there should be less confusion due to file sizes increasing during the emailing process.
10th Jun 2005, 22:55   | tags:,,,,comments (25)

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nearly done...
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some very old photos. about 396Kb's worth.

- Three decks, two mixers, sampler, laptop, three djs. thickfest 2003. We totally rocked that party.

- Yes, I sprayed that stencil. norm made it though. As far as I know, it's still there.
10th Jun 2005, 20:27   | tags:,,comments (0)

Hmmm

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Where could this be going...?
10th Jun 2005, 16:01   comments (7)

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260Kb, before emailing.
9th Jun 2005, 18:54   | tags:comments (0)

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this one 256Kb before sending..
9th Jun 2005, 01:01   | tags:,comments (2)

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this was bang on 1Mb, before emailing...

I was lucky with the light here. No special effects were used in this shot, other than fujichrome emulation on my camera - the river really was purple, and the trees really were shining gold. Five minutes later, everything was normal again. Crazy post-rainstorm lighting effect.
9th Jun 2005, 00:51   | tags:,comments (5)

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This image was 529Kb, when I sent it. It's also slipped a bit on the scanner.

For the record, this was taken with my lovely FED4 rangefinder, running it's droolworthy Jupiter 50mm/f2 lens.
8th Jun 2005, 23:31   | tags:,comments (3)