you can see from the picture above, I've been involved in
the art and science of photography for many years. The image
was taken in 1972 while I was a student at Rochester Institute
of Technology, studying Photographic Science and Instrumentation.
The picture is a scan of a print that was an experiment in
direct reversal processing. The photographic paper was a negative
working paper, a transparency was used to expose the paper
and the paper was run through a direct reversal chemical process
that I and my lab mate had developed (no pun intended...).
As you can see, it did reverse, but there is a noticeable
lack of green in the image. Chemistry was never my strong
site is in a state of continuous change. It deals with photography,
camera collecting , and collecting digital calculators . The
photo section contains a library of images that I have taken
during my travels around the world. The camera section describes
cameras that I collect and the cameras that I use on a routine
basis. The calculator section shows my collection of electronic
calculators. As you can see from the image to the left, I've
had a love of the calculator for 30 years. The popularity
of eBay has made a market for these wonderful machines.
of a Russian calculator manufactured for Indian distribution....