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Just want to say "Hi". I am a media artist in Florida and a professional photographer. We have an art gallery across from the beach and we travel a lot teaching Photography, Adobe Photoshop and Corel Painter. I've been using technology arts for about 18 years; I guess I'm one of the "old guys" who still remembers when scanning was considered an art. Check us out at www.janesdigitalart.com , say HI! and let me know if I can help you with any of your imaging questions.

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just like to say hi back, I am just starting out in photography at the ripe old age of 49, never to old to learn, so just before I hit the sack I will veiw your website. I have just joined this website, I have been on no other, so it is all really new to me, much the same as using a computer, but I am getting there, thanks to everyone else for the warm welcome, I am sure to ask some stupid questions now and again, but making people smile is a good thing, maybe one day I will be able to give some advice back, you never know

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I love the focus on programming - you are so right - what a challenge and meandering through the topics and threads is intriguing - I will spend weeks in here! The art world is having similar challenges because of technology - everyone has it, everyone thinks they (the computer) can create masterpieces with a tap of the keypad! We opened the gallery to re present photography as fine art plus to educate the public as to how technology is used - "yet another tool" - as an extension of an artists heart, mind and hand. So far it's been a bit uphill, but we keep it going with educational dvds and my presentations at conventions and schools of photography. Our portraits are doing well. The only programming I have actually done is helping to design retouching workstations for production (lab) retouching in conjunction with the REAL programmers with Dicomed and Photo Electronics. They actually did all the work - I just showed up to examine how the tools worked and put in requests for how the tools would change pixels. The people in here are impressively brilliant aye!

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