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01/27/2008 12:49:18 PM · #751
Podiatrist (somebody's got to do it!!!) working for local health authority.
01/27/2008 01:11:28 PM · #752
Astronaut.
01/27/2008 01:19:01 PM · #753
student in computer science :)
01/27/2008 01:45:46 PM · #754
I work for the Human Rights Commission.
01/27/2008 01:50:37 PM · #755
I Am A Train Driver
01/27/2008 02:28:12 PM · #756
Career long Manufacturing Engineer, now working as a Mechanical Engineer.
01/27/2008 03:00:31 PM · #757
MD; since 2000 I train people in software (Linux).
01/27/2008 03:35:57 PM · #758
Avionics Technician 2nd Class, US Navy.
01/27/2008 03:49:42 PM · #759
I've been an employee of Bill's company for years.

01/27/2008 05:00:47 PM · #760
Originally posted by AperturePriority:

I've been an employee of Bill's company for years.

Does that mean we can abuse you even more?
01/27/2008 05:02:35 PM · #761
Still a Gardener!!
01/27/2008 05:04:49 PM · #762
live audio engineering/audio system tech
01/27/2008 05:08:48 PM · #763
special education teacher - learning & behavior disorders
I slay them with laughter! It's like medicine
01/27/2008 05:40:47 PM · #764
Originally posted by SamDoe1:

During the summer: Engineering intern doing product development and measurement systems analysis for a medical device company in MN.

During the school year: Hardware specialist for the computer and communication systems department at my school and a student.

In my spare time: A photographer...have yet to make a dime from this though.


Update:

During the summer: Well, I hope I'll have a job at the same place again but we'll see. Here's hoping for the best! I do want to move to R&D or project management.

During the school year: I quit my job! I hated it. Now I'm just a full time mechanincal engineering slave student with a specialty in aerodynamics and fluid mechanics. My ideal job would be for Boeing or Lockheed Martin or the like. Anyone have any connections with those places?

In my spare time: A photographer...still have yet to make a dime from it.
01/27/2008 05:47:56 PM · #765
"Industrial Brain Surgeon" Better known as Instrument Mechanic
01/27/2008 07:58:01 PM · #766
Originally posted by AperturePriority:

I've been an employee of Bill's company for years.


Is CaptureOne something that us DPCers should be downloading?

N
01/27/2008 08:06:33 PM · #767
I still train horses, manage a small barn, and teach people how to ride and get along with their horses. Learning lots now about energy healing from new bf and animal communication. And I do some stock photography.

Message edited by author 2008-01-27 20:07:34.
01/27/2008 08:18:19 PM · #768
Originally posted by Quasimojo:

Originally posted by AperturePriority:

I've been an employee of Bill's company for years.


Is CaptureOne something that us DPCers should be downloading?

N


YES! It's the best raw conversion program around imho. A lot of my night shots, particularly abstracts, come out of the camera looking over saturated and past the gamut in all directions, CaptureOne is the only program I could find that I could get them printable with and still looking like they should, it's also great for noise and the adjustments are powerful but look more subtle than other programs. Oops sorry for waffling it's the top of my software wish list but unfortunately they don't give student discount grrrrr. Give it a trial.
01/27/2008 08:25:36 PM · #769
Originally posted by _eug:

Originally posted by AperturePriority:

I've been an employee of Bill's company for years.

Does that mean we can abuse you even more?

I'm used to it! LOL!
01/27/2008 08:32:04 PM · #770
Massage Therapist and computer tech. I also do some cabinetmaking, carpentry and painting. Amateur photographer.
01/27/2008 08:36:35 PM · #771
Originally posted by Quasimojo:

Originally posted by AperturePriority:

I've been an employee of Bill's company for years.


Is CaptureOne something that us DPCers should be downloading?

Either that or Expression Media.

p.s. I added the link to CaptureOne in the quoted section above.

Message edited by author 2008-01-27 20:58:09.
01/27/2008 08:52:19 PM · #772
#1 Journeyman Electrician looking into working for MID.
#2 Photographer (my sister's senior pictures were my first "paid" assignment!
01/27/2008 08:54:55 PM · #773
Astrological consultant doing one-on-one consultations, workshops and classes; development director for a non-profit corporation, network marketing business owner click if you're over 18. Seasonally, I cater dinner parties for rich people on the side and I also create theatrical costumes for Renaissance Fair, tribal and belly dancers.

In a word - I'm self-employed.
01/27/2008 08:56:21 PM · #774
Originally posted by redjulep:

Astrological consultant doing one-on-one consultations...

You're a Palm Reader/Fortune Teller?
01/27/2008 09:43:28 PM · #775
Full-Time junior in high school, side of photography, plan on studying computer sciences in college, and getting a summer job.
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