Welcome to the first posting of some of my photos from the Centennial Howard Days Events in June 2006. It should be noted that these photos are greatly reduced in size and NOT color enhanced or improved via Photoshop as yet. It's also the case that I have not yet weeded out some out of focus or otherwise spoiled images. Please feel free to send comments, identifications of people in photos, and requests for good quality digital images (most were taken at 8.3 megapixels and can be greatly improved for color quality and "cropability"). The originals are HUGE files. Also mixed into the photos are some stereo split-image [3D] shots, some sepia tones, and some experiments with combo B & W and single color [green].
I will have more galleries to place, including more 3D images, but you'll have to have a special lorgnette viewer to see the 3D effect. Go to Berezin.Com for info on how to obtain affordable 3D twin image viewers. Down the road, I'll try to have anaglyph (red-green or red-blue glasses) versions of the eventual 3D posted images, but the simplest will be side-by-side twin image with viewer.
Please! Please! feel free to add comments or email me with info regarding the photos. Again, I can produce greatly enhanced images from these shrunken-for-web images.
LINK TO PHOTO GALLERY 1
7-8 June 2006 (some stereo split-image photos)
LINK TO PHOTO GALLERY 2
9 June 2006 - including Cimmerian Awards
LINK TO PHOTO GALLERY 3
10-11 June 2006
Cheers! and Onward!
Amateur Photographer and Stereographer
Prof. of English and Journalism
Rock Valley College, Rockford, Illinois