Friday, April 7, 2017

and then there was a dinosaur

a Sinclair dinosaur.

I'm always happy to come across these old Sinclair signs.

This one is in Menard, Texas.  




Vivitar Ultra Wide and Slim camera with Tri-X.

6 comments:

  1. Nice work with the tri-x in the vuws. I don't recall seeing the dino signs before. Guess I need to give Texas another chance.
    Blogger didn't treat that image very nicely, I think. Clicking on the image shows a smaller size that looks sharper. Seems like if you are going to use the xtra-large option it would be better to produce an image which is larger than what you show in the post. I use the xtra-large option most often, but I scan at 1200 or 1600 dpi and then end up resizing the jpg image in photoshop to around 800 dpi width.

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  2. Hi Mike!
    Thanks for the information about the sizing. I look at them on a tablet, so the resolution is okay, but will try your method and see if that improves things. Thanks again!!!

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  3. Okay, I redid the sizing and I think it's much better.! Thanks for the tip!!!

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  4. Wow, that takes me back (and not to Texas!). A beautiful look with Tri-X and the UWS.

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    1. thanks! I've found a few dinosaurs over the past couple of years. One I found in Colorado is now a medical weed place...I need to go photograph it...carefully!

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