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31 January 2005 @ 12:34 am
Confusion 31 Photos Soon  

Got my color Confusion negatives and discs back from ProX (which, despite its name, is one of the 2-hour consumer photo chains in this area) and my b&w negatives and proofsheets back from DIGIgraphics/Photos Inc mid-week. Now I just have to scrap the awful images from the color rolls and maybe give some of the rest a quick Photoshop touch-up, and scan and touch-up the b&w rolls. I ended up making roughly 634 images between the time we left Minneapolis Thursday morning and when we returned home Monday night. I reckon a few of them are pretty good and, generally speaking, I'm pretty happy about it all. I hope to get them up before too long, and will let you know here when I do.

I'm even happier about the convention itself. I got to make and listen to lots of good music with lots of good people for many, many hours over the course of the weekend. (I'm not pleased that I slept from more-or-less early morning until 8pm on Saturday, thus missing many out on lots of what would undoubtably have been great converations and panels and other fun, but that's just how it goes sometimes.)

More later.

Current Mood: cheerfulcheerful
Current Music: Django Reinhardt: Chronological Volume 1—The First QHCF Reco
Peter Hentgesjbru on January 31st, 2005 10:10 am (UTC)
I, for one, am eagerly awaiting the pics.
Jeffjeffreyab on January 31st, 2005 05:08 pm (UTC)
Hey Fred

Thanks alot for adding your report about the third Confusion to the one shot!

Fred A Levy Haskell: Fredcritter Mark IV by Reed Wallerfredcritter on February 3rd, 2005 11:17 am (UTC)

You're welcome! I'm very glad folks seem to be enjoying it. It was the least I could do—I was asked to be on that "panel" and had begged off since my fanzine skills don't really lend themselves to 59-minute one-shots, so when I remembered that I'd written the con report for Minneapa lo these many years ago I reckoned that bringing it for use in the one-shot would be the next best thing to participating in real time. I'm just sad that 1) for whatever strange reason Acrobat paper capture didn't want to work on the pdfs on Geri's machine so she had to retype the whole darned thing (and/or that I had thought of scanning it at something other than the very last minute so I could have done the ORC thang at home or somesuch), and 2) I overslept on Saturday and didn't make it down to kibbitz with the folks who showed up for the panel.