September 11th, 2003

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NoiseFest!!!!

for those of you who aren't on the mailing list:


NORCAL NOISEFEST 2003


(aka northern california experimental music festival 2003)
OCTOBER 3-5, 2003
Presenting 33 of the most diverse and unusual artists in north American
experimental music

Admission is $5 per day and all shows are all-ages.
OR, memberships can be purchased for $20, at the door or in advance
at TONEVENDOR, 1812 J Street, Sacramento, which includes:

Admission to all Noisefest shows
Noisefest 2003 compilation CD
Noisefest 2003 T-shirt
Noisefest 2003 button

Free earplugs! (with strings attached)

FRIDAY OCTOBER 3
7:00 PM-1:00 AM

LUNA'S CAFE--1414 16th Street
$5 admission, all ages
(916)441-3931

Machiner, Klowd, Pedestrian Deposit, Randy Yau, PCRV, Xome, Stimbox,
Sickness, Thomas Dimuzio

SATURDAY OCTOBER 4
7:00 PM-1:00 AM

CAPITOL GARAGE--1427 L Street
$5 admission, all ages
(916)444-3633

The Jihad, All Tomorrow's Zombies, Kristal Marimba Lounge, Thomas Helton,
Noggin, Products of Conception, Abstractions, C.J. Reaven Borosque,
Instagon, Klondike & York, Michelle Webb, Floyd Diebel

SUNDAY OCTOBER 5
6:00 PM-12:00 AM

CAPITOL GARAGE--1427 L Street
$5 admission, all ages

UFO As Bacteria, Pest, Big City Orchestra, Vertonen, Contact Mic Arts
Union, Chachi Jones, Delayed Sleep, Control, Moe! Staiano, Critical
Theatre, Uberkunst, Clew of Theseus

More information is available at www.norcalnoisefest.com
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another answer!

Where do you plan to take your photography in the next 5 years? I noticed you recently expressed an interest in working on portraits, what steps do you plan to take to do that? What kind of "theme" photography do you like doing best?
Well, I'll start with the easiest one -- the last. I most enjoy taking pictures that exhibit a lack of humans. Though it can be nice taking portrait shots, I don't enjoy those as much. I like taking pictures of the world around me, attempting to show both the beauty and filth I see around me, absent the humans. I don't know particularly why, but I try to not have anyone in my picture unless there is a specific reason for them being there. I also seem drawn more to macro photography, but I don't really have the equipment yet to fully explore that field.
As to my work with portraits, I'm starting with just basic snapshots of people. Occasionally I'll get someone to agree to pose for me (and our schedules will synch up enough -- an obstacle that has proven the biggest issue so far) but mostly I'm trying to just take pictures of people and look at the way light plays off their skin and how it all changes as it goes through the lens. I'm just spending time right now studying the way the human form is changed in the camera, then I'll start working on doing good portraits.
In the next 5 years? I'm unsure. It's still just a hobby, and it may just remain that way forever. I do plan, tough to get at least two more lenses, and upgrade my cameray body to one that has better resolution (minimum 11MP, preferably 20MP+). I want to be able to make larger prints, and also I hope to re-arrange my photo site to offer the option of selling framed/mounted prints to people. I don't expect it'll ever become a self-sufficient hobby, and I'm not pushing for it to do so, but I'd like to offer people the option to have *BIG* prints of mine on their walls, and I can't afford to give those away for free (except in digital form, which is a thought).

-- edited: I forgot to include the link to the poll to ask questions in: here
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answer 6!

I would like to know how you would answer those three questions in regards to me.
hrmm.. ya could have just posted your own version of the poll, but sure here they are:
like best: You are one of the few people I know with whom I can have discussions of computer science or chess at a level similar to that on which I understand the topics. Your thought patterns are sufficiently similar to mine that we can understand one another without too much trouble.
like least: You seem to have an acceptance for some of your worst traits that bothers me. You appear to feel you have reached a comfortable level of superiority and are no longer interested in any form of self improvement.
describe: [Name] can be fun and entertaining. Definately worth getting to know as someone to discuss ideas with -- he'll allways be willing to debate a topic with you.