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Prof Trevor Marshall
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I have put online Jacks' incredible photographic record of our 2006 conference.

There are about 500 seperate photos, the good, the bad, and the ugly. You can browse the thumbnails, and then select the full-size images you want to look at. But be kind with your selection, please, these are raw photos, and you will only find me smiling on a very small proportion of them:):)

'Full-size' is actually a misnomer, as the images on the web are a poor imitation of the incredible quality in the originals of these professional photographs - the fully detailed images are each 12 megabytes in size - incredible detail and clarity.

If you decide to print some of these photos please consider sending Jacks something to help defray the cost of his equipment, and time.

Thanks, Jacks, you really helped to make this an event which will make its mark on history...

..Trevor..1 July 2006

Oh - the URLs? You want the URLS? details, details...:)
http://autoimmunityresearch.org/lax2006/lax2006saturday/index.html
http://autoimmunityresearch.org/lax2006/lax2006sunday/index.html

Here is a link to the wonderful album of photographs taken by the Cannons:
http://autoimmunityresearch.org/lax2006/cannons/index.html

Last edited on Sun Jul 2nd, 2006 02:03 by Prof Trevor Marshall

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Jacks, and Alayne,
Thank you so much for these wonderful photos.
Barb ...

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Alayne and Jacks,

The photo array is great!  Thanks so much for sharing it.

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But wait, folks - the show ain't over yet...

Here is a link to the wonderful album of photographs taken by the Cannons.

http://autoimmunityresearch.org/lax2006/cannons/index.html

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Everyone appears to be healthy and so happy!!!  You guys, and gals, really had a great time!  Thanks again for sharing:)

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HI ALL

This is Fred in WV.  Thanks, Jacks & Alayne for all the wonderful pictures.  Their are a lot of memories here to keep for ever!!!

Remember, we are all in this together and I am pulling for us.

Your friend in sarcoidosis

Freddie

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Thanks so much for posting these wonderful pictures!!  It is great for us, that couldn't attend, to "see" everyone.  Bring on the DVD's!!

Take care, All!!  Fred

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A lot of pictures
12 megabytes in size each photo ? What kind of HDD this camera has ;)

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jacks, alayne and the cannons,

all i can say is wow what great pics--and so many:D!  thank you so much for all the hard work and your expertise.  what wonderful momentos for all of us.........sun

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Well, Jacks sure did a superb job of capturing the conference. I am of course very proud of him, especially because he was herxing! Then he worked many long hours in post to get everything just right. All I did was make sure he ate enough and stopped him from throwing his computer out the window when the software misbehaved. :D Thus, my contribution to the pics themselves was negligible, if that! (However, the herxy photographer does still have a computer!!)

Thank you Cannons for the great snaps as well! You caught so many individuals, which is really nice.

There were others who took pictures too...hmmm...are you going to post yours as well? :)

Again, it was such a wonderful opportunity to be able to attend the conference and see all these faces in real life!
-- Alayne

P.S. The group pic where everyone's waving (many had already left LA :(), was taken for Aussie Barb who couldn't be there.

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Wrotek,
To shoot the LAX conference, I used a canon 30D(8.2 megapixel)camera. It has a great CMOS chip inside it. The two canon lenses I used were a 24-70mm USM AF lens, as well as a 70-200mm IS USM AF lens.

Because of the really low light inside, I had to rate the iso high..at 1600asa,(which unfortunately gives a lot of 'noise'),and then supplement with a flash that I set really low, and with an amber gel covering it (so as not to bother the MP folks).....I still had to push the images about 1/2 to 1 full stop farther in processing...to lighten them up a bit more.

I shot all the images in RAW format. This gave me more control(or latitude) with the final images.

A typical RAW file from this camera is around 7 - 8.5mb in size.

The same RAW file converts into a 22mb Tiff file, or down to around 8- 12mb in a Jpeg.

And all you wanted to know was which camera? :D -Jacks

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Thank you all for the photos!! I need the visual aids to help me feel a tiny bit less left out. Good job everyone!

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The pictures were a lot of hard work done well Jacks. All very clear. Good work by Cannons too. Thank you both for all the hard work. Wow. I couldn't be everywhere at once so aspects of the conference I didn't get to see were really appreciated.

I just took a new avatar from me waving hello to Aussie Barb. I might even switch around a bunch that are different angles of me at the conference from time to time too.

Last edited on Sun Jul 2nd, 2006 20:59 by jrfoutin

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Thank you.............. Jacks and the Cannons.

Great pics!                                    ...............Sharon

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Thanks to the photographers for great pix.  Now we left-behinds have a new game: 'name the member'.  Some are recognisable from their avatars, a few from the last DVDs...  but anyway, you all look so happy and that's good.

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Agreed Julia. There was a great feeling of happiness at the conference. It is evident even in the photographs.

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Wonderful to see all of the pics. My 11 year old daughter asked "Where's Trevor?" Which I thought was very cool. She had to SEE who Trevor is:)

Loved the group shots!

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Great photos!  Thanks for the memories!

-Allen

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It's a LOT of work to take so many photos and then to prepare and post them! Thanks so much... your efforts are appreciated!!

It was really great to meet and share with those I met at the conference... I am glad that both my husband and I had the opportunity to attend. Great job by all who put it together!!

Thanks a ton! 

Karen

 

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Hey! thats great! thanks for the pictures! a description of who's who would be nice. And hey!~ thats me in the poster in the background! So I guess I was there....kinda! how cool is that! Who made the poster? :dude: And why are all of you in greater that 40 LUX light without NOIRS...HUH??? well??? I spank your hands! Bad kiddies! I forgive you this time...if I get the DVD's soon!  :D

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Bookdad, it's an illusion...all smoke and mirrors. I know it appears we all had an instant healing at the conference....but truth be told, had you been there, you would've seen just how 'dark' it really was. I used MP-friendly lighting to make it work for all. So please hold off on any spanking!:P

Jacks

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Wow, No way I could tell it was low level light!! you are a genius! No where are my DVD's!!!! LOL!!!

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Considering the lighting, I personally was very impressed with the pictures. If it’s possible I would also second the request to see if names could be placed with the pics. 

Great job.

Good health to all.

 Tom

Last edited on Wed Jul 12th, 2006 00:15 by tom

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Many thanks to all involved.  Your efforts are priceless to those not able to attend. I too was surprised to see lack of Noirs and hats. Can't wait for that day to come!

Any way of arranging the rest of the world with 30 lux?

It was so nice to SEE my MP Family.    Fondly, Lori



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