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Nikon D200
2007/11/01 13:51:04.9
RAW (12-bit)
Image Size: Large (3872 x 2592)
Color
Lens: 60 mm F/2.8 D
Focal Length: 60 mm
Exposure Mode: Manual
Metering Mode: Multi-Pattern
1/160 s - F/18
Exposure Comp.: -0.3 EV
Sensitivity: ISO 100
Optimize Image: Portrait
White Balance: Auto
Focus Mode: AF-S
VR Control:
Long Exposure NR: OFF
High ISO NR: Off
Color Mode: Mode I (Adobe RGB)
Tone Comp.: Auto
Hue Adjustment: 0°
Saturation: Auto
Sharpening: Medium low
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New Beginnings Intarsia or Fretwork Cross

By Carol and Homer Bishop We designed this project to represent our faith and as a way to celebrate the birth and renewal of spring. Created with traditional intarsia techniques, which use only natural wood colors, the design lacked the impact we originally envisioned. We tried several different methods to […]

by March 10, 2016 How To, Patterns, Projects, Spring
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Textured and Overlaid Celtic Cross

By Patrick Spielman Though it looks like a very complex project, this Celtic cross is surprisingly easy to make. It incorporates some overlay work, a special spray finish, and a little bit of woodburning. The project is so enjoyable that I recommend making at least two crosses at the same […]

by March 1, 2016 How To, Patterns, Projects, Spring
Cutting Fretwork Crosses

Cutting Fretwork Crosses

Bonus patterns associated with the Cutting Fretwork Crosses article in Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Spring 2014 (Issue 54) In the Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Spring 2014 (Issue 54), Jay Hammerle shared patterns for his fretwork crosses, but not all of the patterns fit into the magazine, so we […]

by January 8, 2014 Patterns, Spring
Victorian Fretwork Cross

Victorian Fretwork Cross

Inspirational design is a beautiful symbol of faith By John A. Nelson The large open frets and sweeping curves make this beautiful cross a good project for both novice and experienced scrollers. The design allows you to make large blade-entry holes to minimize time spent threading the blade through tiny […]

by August 12, 2009 Patterns