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bio website dortcon.de
location MK, Germany
age 45
visits member for 2 years, 6 months
seen Dec 19 '13 at 13:43
  • Fanatic Queen fan.
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  • Organizer of Science Fiction Literature Conventions.
  • Amateur musician.
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Dec
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awarded  Popular Question
Mar
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reviewed No Action Needed Why don't stock DSLR camera straps have quick-releases on them? And where can I find a simple strap that does?
Mar
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awarded  Custodian
Mar
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reviewed No Action Needed What's the difference between exposure and shutter speed?
Mar
27
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Mar
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awarded  Custodian
Feb
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awarded  Informed
Jun
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awarded  Scholar
Jun
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accepted How can I flatten a photograph that was stored rolled a long time?
May
21
comment How can I flatten a photograph that was stored rolled a long time?
Ok, that clarifies it, thanks. I'll give it a try ...
May
21
comment How can I flatten a photograph that was stored rolled a long time?
+1 Thanks, I've never seen this apparatus before. But since it's a one-off thing for me (I hope), I'm probably going to go for the manual approach ...
May
21
comment How can I flatten a photograph that was stored rolled a long time?
+1 Thanks, this sounds like a self-built version of the De-Roller that @Itai suggested. Is there any particular reason for the 45° angle in your description? If the right thing to do is just storing it rolled up the other way around for a month or so, I can't see why the 45° angle would be of significance ...
May
21
awarded  Supporter
May
21
comment How can I flatten a photograph that was stored rolled a long time?
@Olin Thanks, but that's not an option in my case. The photograph contains signatures by quite a few people, so this is not just about the image, I really need the original ...
May
20
comment How can I flatten a photograph that was stored rolled a long time?
@dpollitt The back has a printing saying "Kodak Professional Endura Paper". It's not a glossy photo but has a matt finish (I hope that's the right term for it, I'm not a native speaker).
May
20
awarded  Student
May
20
asked How can I flatten a photograph that was stored rolled a long time?
May
20
awarded  Autobiographer
May
20
awarded  Analytical