Category: tech

The Canon 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 L IS II USM

After some consideration I decided to sell my Tamron 150-600mm f/5.6-6.3 and replace it with the new Canon 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 L IS II USM. So far I’m impressed. A lot. The Tamron performed quite well in good lighting conditions. It performed best a little less than wide open and a nice fast shutter, even with …

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My First Computer

I love this LEGO set. It was my first computer. Chris McVeigh did an amazing job re-creating the Apple IIc. What’s really great is how the main computer goes together. It has multiple layers that mimic the motherboard and internals. You don’t see it once it’s finished, but I like knowing it’s there. The pieces …

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Canon 7D and the Classic 5D: Part One

I’ve recently added a classic Canon 5D to my camera bag. I wanted to experience a full frame camera but didn’t want to invest much money. The 5D seemed like a great fit. For this quick test I used a tripod, but no shutter release. I used a Canon 50mm f/1.4 USM lens for each …

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“Dual”ing desktops

Tonight I happened upon a tweet by Landon Miller asking about desktops for dual monitors. I figured that this was a worthy challenge. I did find it difficult to find images that would be pleasing with an extremely wide crop. After a hacking a few beyond recognition I ended up with three that seemed suited to the task. If you're the type of person with a minimum amount of files and icons on the desktop I imagine any of these will work nicely. If you need to have "room" to place icons and such "Shore to shore" is a good choice. Enjoy.

Nechacko River - AM
I went on the assumption of two 1920 x 1200 displays for an image size of 3840 x 1200.

Please feel free to download and use these images as desktop wallpaper. If you'd like an image for another use, or maybe for your wall, I'd ask that you follow the links below or contact me for further information.

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