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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the International Workshop of Sequences, Subsequences and Consequences, SSC 2007, held in Los Angeles, CA, USA, in May/June 2007.
The 16 revised invited full papers and 1 revised contributed paper presented together with 3 keynote lectures were carefully reviewed and selected for presentation in the book. The theory of sequences from discrete symbol alphabets has found practical applications in many areas of coded communications and in cryptography, including: signal patterns for use in radar and sonar; spectral spreading sequences for CDMA wireless telephony; key streams for direct sequence stream-cipher cryptography; and a variety of forward-error-correcting codes. The workshop permits leading researchers on sequences from around the world to present their latest results and recent developments in this important field.
I have decided that this year will be my first year offering a calendar of my work, however I am slightly undecided about a few things. First of all, I would really like to make the calender affordable and still be a decent quality without printing 1000 of them. As much as I would love to say that I thought I could sell anywhere near this many, I really do not want to be stuck with 950 2011 calendars. lol. I have looked at a few options and places like Vistaprint will make a very cheap calendar and the quality will be reflected in the price. Adorama would allow me to make a very nice one and even allow me to print it on Metallic paper which I would love to do but at $40 a pop this just doesn't make sense. One other option I am considering would be a single page wall calendar with a ton of my images in a similar style to what I have posted here. These can be made fairly large and fairly cheaply and still use nice paper. I could even design one where I used whatever paper I wanted and just had it created like a print. That might be the best option but of course it would only function as a visual calendar.
So what do you guys think?
1. Who buys these calendars?
2. Do you know a print house that would like to work out a business arrangement with me? I would love to work out something in trade for some image licensing.
3. What do you think about the single page wall calendar approach?
4. Do you have any experiences to share about previous calendar printing you have done either locally or online?
5. If I choose to do a standard 12 month calendar, do you think a mixture of photos is better that match the months of the year or a single theme, like waterfalls...for the entire calendar?
Thanks in advance for all your ideas and thoughts. I really appreciate the help. Speaking of calendars, we have finalized the dates for our 2011 Exposure Northwest 1 day Processing Workshops. They will be held Feb 26th & Oct 29th in Portland. The blog will be updated soon and in the meantime you can check out the rest of our 2011 schedule by clicking below.
Cat's Eye meets fly eyes
Cat's Eye DVD reflecting computer monitor's wall paper (the fly eyes from the "I don't think so" image a few photos down). This was a precursor to a dual purpose image to test the macro function of my new Canon SX200 and show damage to a new DVD.
This image has had nik software's Define filter applied to reduce noise, some dust on the DVD has been removed, and the contrast has been tweaked. I will include the Straight Out of Camera JPG, since this is a test shot. Several outdoor photos later I discovered a considerable amount of dirt smudged on the camera’s lens. I don’t know if it was present when this shot was taken (maybe 50-50).
Most of the light is from the NOKIA 445 PRO 20" computer monitor. The two rainbow stripes are from a pair of clear 15W incandescent bulbs on a ceiling fan. Almost no other light is getting into the room.
An additional light is required to show the scratches.
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The flagship Sony A900 DSLR features a 35mm full-frame, 24.6-megapixel Exmor CMOS image sensor, as well as SteadyShot INSIDE, the world's first body-integrated image stabilization solution for a full-frame DSLR, and Dual BIONZ imaging processors that deliver continuous shooting up to 5 fps with superb image quality and ultra-low noise. The A900 also offers a large, ultra bright glass pentaprism viewfinder with 100-percent coverage, an Intelligent Preview function that lets you see the effects of manual adjustments on an image before you take the shot, and best-in-class viewing with a 3.0-inch Xtra Fine LCD photo-quality (921K pixels) display and HDMI output with PhotoTV HD compatibility.
The Sony SAL-2470Z 24-70mm f/2.8 Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* Lens is a professional-grade bright zoom lens specifically designed for the Sony Alpha SLR series. It follows a compact, lightweight design and offers a wide-angle to medium telephoto range, which makes it ideal for a wide range of shooting applications.
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