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A well-calibrated yield monitor can assess yields to within +/- 3%, says Matt Darr, a precision agriculture specialist at Iowa State University. A poorly calibrated monitor can have a margin of error of +/- 10%, particularly in fields where yields vary significantly.

A graphic poster inspired by one of my favorite game franchises, Fallout. This poster is part of our propaganda set, if you are interested in both pieces check out our listing to buy both at the same time! ;) This print comes on premium semi gloss paper! This poster is available in 11x17, 13x19, 18x24, or 24x36 if that suits your fancy! Other sizes available upon request. This poster comes rolled in a poster tube and is printed to order. **Please note that every monitor is calibrated…

This may be a bit dark depending on how your monitor is calibrated, however that darkness is purely intentional and is perfect on my monitor. I'm sure that you can come up with a whole list of allegorical and metaphorical meanings to this image, and I would certainly like to hear them! I am interested in hearing other interpretations before I post my own thoughts on what went into the creation of this image... And as usual any comments, critiques and/or questions are greatly appreciated!

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Magnum and the dying art of darkroom printing A look at the work of Pablio Inirio, the man who’s printed Henri-Cartier-Bresson, René Burri and Dennis Stock. Photo: James Dean - photo by Dennis Stock printing annotations by Pablo Inirio. There’s a really interesting piece over at the Literate Lens website about the apparently dying art of darkroom printing. In it the author talks about spending time with Magnum.

Computer monitors do their best to reproduce colors and brightnesses correctly, but each one is slightly different.  In fact, a screen even reproduces photos differently when it starts up compared to the way colors and…

Many different cultures have been using essential oils since ancient times. They are viewed as suggested cures for many diseases and illnesses, including cancer. Americans in the past have used essential oils for their scents. Now “up to 75% of people in the United States use complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) on a regular basis, …