Scanning in some ebayed railroad slides.
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The light at home is always so bad that I can *not* see this dust. Of course, I was shocked to see that my screen was so dusty.
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Today I took apart my MacBook Pro to clean the inside of it. I haven’t done this in the three and a half years I’ve owned it, so I figured there would be a lot of dust in it. It wasn’t as bad as I expected (this photo is taken before any cleaning was done; you’ll notice the keyboard/trackpad cable still connected to the logic board), but it did take over 4 hours to clean.
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Today I took apart my MacBook Pro to clean the inside of it. Here’s the function and number keys removed from the keyboard. I haven’t done this in the three and a half years I’ve owned it, so I figured there would be a lot of dust in it. There was quite a lot of hair under the keys. A combination of tweezers, a vacuum, duster, and paper towels assisted in removing almost all of it. It did take over 4 hours to clean.
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Almost ready to upload a new shot.
I’ve had a very busy, productive day! Which is somewhat unusual… me being retired and all. 😉
Lots of loads of laundry done, bills paid, floors vacuumed, furniture dusted, etc, etc, etc.
Anyway, I took only a couple of shots today – nothing interesting. So here ya go – a picture of a picture!
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When my daughter’s 2006 MacBook Pro finally bit the dust, I took it apart to see what I might be able to salvage. Turns out the only part that is in any way compatible with any newer computers was the hard drive, so I put that in a USB enclosure and sold the rest for parts.
Mamiya 645 AFD with ZD digital back. 1/125" @ f/16, 80mm f/4 macro lens. ISO 50, WB flash.
Post in Capture One and Photoshop.
Strobist info: Photogenic PL1500SL @ 1/16 + 3/4 in 2′ x 3′ softbox behind and above the arrangement and aimed down at about 45º. This gives a direct reflection of the light in all the metal components, and because everything is on white paper, it fills in its own shadows with diffuse bounced light.
Now if only I had a tilt-shift lens…
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