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  1. Hey! That's great. Beyond what I expected. I hated to delete the first one from YouTube. It had a better track record than my last video already and some nice comments too. Thanks for letting me know.
  2. Thanks you all for the kind words. I agree. The music does lift the presentation to a higher level. I didn't get the first video uploaded properly and the quality wasn't all I hoped. So, I did it again. It's better now. At least you can read the text and the pictures look a bit clearer. Here's the new link: Many thanks for the appreciation, id
  3. Thanks for all the kind words. It was a great experience for us. I'm very grateful to have been invited along. Let's see, there was Skeeter, Oxy, Grim, Pierre Verte, Eric, Oscar from left to right in the picture. Oh yeah, I think the final video came out with a bit of a funky quality. I'm looking into what I might have done wrong. I'm hoping to correct that soon. Have great weekends, id
  4. Hello all, I've posted my little video slide show of the making of L'Artisanale in Pontarlier. Hope you enjoy! The Making of L'Artisanale id
  5. Hello All! This is great to see the anticipation building for Blues Cat's release. It my opinion it's been a long time coming for Eric to get something produced like this. I'm not taking away anything from all that contributed, co-worked, collaborated, or counseled. I'm glad for the sterling team that came together for this. But, it is Eric and his touch that I think will come pouring out of those bottles. My congratulations to all involved. I was there in Portarlier in the spring of 2006 with Eric and the bunch. I was invited to tag along to document the process of making L'Artsinale. My wife, Becky and I didn't know anyone involved personally except Eric. For us it was an unforgettable trip. I have been thinking for a while to get those images pulled up and make them available for people to see. We had a small get-together a couple of months after getting back from the trip. I threw a little slide show together and intended to get copies to all involved. I don't remember how many actually got to see the show. I know Eric got a copy though. I'm working on finally putting something together for those interested to see. I wanted to have it together by this past weekend but we were still working on the project. I'll let you know when I've got it ready and post a link. There's actually video too but, other than just seeing a few minutes of the footage, we still haven't even seen the video. I felt it would be a good thing to pay a little tribute to Blues Cat's Pappy, L'Artisinale. I hope I can get this together soon. Congratulations to all! Can't wait to taste the new addition.
  6. Finally! I'm really glad for Mark and his folks. By the way, they also are carrying their Voyager Gin. And Blues Cat is out too. All good stuff. I'm working on a little project I hope will be a bit of fun for all. Coming soon. Take care, Miguel and all. D
  7. Thanks. It wasn't easy to get around the ink. There a sequel shoot for this series we're about to shoot. That's coming soon. Have a great weekend. I'm really in the mood for a nice glass of absinthe. id
  8. Well, I can't help it. It just happens when I get all excited.
  9. Hear that? that's the sound of my piggy bank hitting the wall.
  10. Then you, Jules. Merde, my friend. You can see my titties in my avatar. I can only think of those nights we sat together in the dark and you were too shy to ask then to see my titties. Oh, damn you missed opportunities. Bushman, hurry up and get the rec-room ready. I'd be proud to have my work hanging at your place. Hey! I added new images yesterday and hope to get at least a couple more up today. My peechures (as they say in my country)
  11. I love your work, BTW. Thanks, I totally misunderstood what was going on. I just know Merdeverte loved all of it.
  12. Absolutely! It's 71 degrees here and sunny. Come on down. Let's get to work. Id
  13. I wonder what Ansel Adams would have said to that? I think he'd agree. There's nothing wrong with large format photography at all. It is absolutely beautiful. The statement goes to the lack of creativity in some art directors. If they've got a dumb-ass idea, they'll come in insisting on shooting said dumb-ass idea on large format in order to save it. Bottom line is that a dumb-ass idea is a dumb-ass idea no matter what the format. Man, I miss shooting large format work. If only I could afford to still do it. Id