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Old 05-18-2004, 10:26 AM   #15
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Mandolindave.

Yeah, that is really quite nice. I have seen this stuff in diners I have come across. If it is stainless, it must weigh a ton though. Maybe ther floor should be that redish marbley linolium square stuff, who knows.

Great job. I can smell the bacon, pancakes, and blueberry muffins from here!!!!

Cheers.

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Old 05-18-2004, 06:46 PM   #16
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Hey Jordan

Now when I am asked what the difference is between Airstream and
Argosy, I will tell them that the Argosys cost more.
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Old 05-18-2004, 07:07 PM   #17
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Hi mandolindave
I could not remember were the great swamp was in union or Morris County
I'm in West Orange....... my trailer was bought new from South Jersey and if I ever need work I cant do myself I'm certainly going there.........Thomas
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Old 05-26-2004, 11:15 PM   #18
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Any hints on taking interior pictures would be appreciated.
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Old 05-27-2004, 11:20 AM   #19
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Any hints on taking interior pictures would be appreciated.
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The attached photo looks good, but I am guessing you want a picture the isn't 'front on' and shows off your counters better. Short of investing on a fancy slr type camera with an equally fancy optional lens for pictures in tight quarters, I have scrunched up against walls with my head turned picasso style, just to get a shot.
Here's what I do in your situation:

I am assuming you are using a digital camera with a viewer that allows you to review a picture you have just taken, okay? The beauty of digital is that there are no longer 'wasted' shots; just erase what you don't like and keep snapping away.

I do the picasso thing first to get a rough estimate of where the camera has to be and review the picture, then I hold the camera against the wall where my head was to get as much of what I am shooting into the frame as possible. Again, I review what I have taken, and make adjustments. It is trial and error, but all it costs is your time, patience, and battery power.

Since you have a shiny interior, disable the flash and let the natural light do the work. You may have to schedule your picture taking around the best part of the day for the area you are shooting. On the last picture you posted, from that direction, I would have partially or completely closed the front curtains to reduce the glare, and opened the side curtains for light (but not the kitchen window).

Don't forget that you can turn the camera sideways and take pictures, and then rotate the picture later with your photo software.

Your efforts at renovating are super, and I would sure like to see more!

Funny, it somehow looks smaller inside than 52' Must be the camera you're using.
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Use Sika-Flex Adhesive ( NOT THE SEALER ). Comes in a caulk type tube. But I warn you!!! Once it is on it is on.

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Old 09-16-2004, 03:14 PM   #21
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I want....I need that stuff. That is the same thing I am thinking of doing for my galley!!!
That is just too cool.
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That is really 'slick'!!!
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For taking interior pictures is to remove a screen and take the pictures from outside thru the open window.

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