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  • MAJOR Frank Blaker is interred just behind my own relative in TTaukkyan War Cemetery The Major was 24 years old.

    Dr Gyi

  • I hope you caught that last statement, where Blaker said that the Twitterscapes you see now are just the baseline for what she can expand this concept to include in future art projects.

    Web Teacher › Data Driven Art: Twitterscapes

  • Twitterscape February 20, 2010 2: 14PM by Caroline C. Blaker

    Web Teacher › Data Driven Art: Twitterscapes

  • Blaker began “painting with pixels” using paints she applied using a rubber spatula to create blocks of color about an inch wide.

    Web Teacher › Data Driven Art: Twitterscapes

  • Blaker explained this in another book, Field Photography (1976): ... at significant magnifications the choice of f-number is ... nearly always a matter for compromise between depth of field needs and the resolution of fine detail in the image.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • In Handbook for Scientific Photography (1977), Alfred A. Blaker wrote: As the substage diaphragm is closed, the depth of field increases (as when you close the diaphragm of your camera lens) ...

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Blaker explained this in another book, Field Photography 1976:...at significant magnifications the choice of f-number is...nearly always a matter for compromise between depth of field needs and the resolution of fine detail in the image.

    Depth of field, f-numbers and diffraction (or how to take a rotten photograph)

  • Blaker wrote:As the substage diaphragm is closed, the depth of field increases as when you close the diaphragm of your camera lens...

    Depth of field, f-numbers and diffraction (or how to take a rotten photograph)

  • Here, she consults with pastry chefsTaryn Blaker, 25, and Kristin Schwartz, 31 about the shop's spring menu.

    Turning a Passion Into A Career

  • Blaker, a professional scientific photographer, wrote1: ...errors do occur, and besides, it is not always possible to make a single exposure that will be optimal for the entire image.

    Archive 2006-02-01

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  • possibly angle saxon from old German - bleiker, meaning bleacher

    March 25, 2010

  • origins: 1. parish in Norway

    2. Viking Captain - 942 in Dublin Ireland

    3. family name largely in Sussex, England

    March 25, 2010