Joshua on July 27th, 2009

If you know me, you know that we take a lot of pictures.  You’ll also likely have heard me say something along the lines of “There will be a whole generation of kids who grows up and as adults have no photos of themselves when they were young.”  Or something like “There are only two […]

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Joshua on July 23rd, 2009

Well, I finally did it.  I’ve been thinking about it since I first read about the service in 2006, but I finally did it.  I gathered up all our film negatives, 35mm, 110, 127, 135, even a roll of APS and sent them all to  They will then scan our negatives, color correct, descratch, […]

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Joshua on March 27th, 2009

For the second time a photo I took a few years ago of the Congress Ave Bridge and exiting bats at sunset (now the Anne W. Richards Congress Ave Bridge bats) is being used on a travel site.  This time it is the front page of the current volume of TravelMuse. We’ll get bumped off […]

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Joshua on September 24th, 2008

Today we hit a pretty big milestone on Flickr.  Okay it isn’t really a big deal at all in the grand scheme of things, but today we uploaded our 25,000th photo to Flickr.  And then kept right on going.  Of those photos less than 11,000 are publicly viewable.  Most of the rest are visible to […]

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