Wednesday 1 November 2006 by Bob McKendry. No comments.
Exhibitions Preparation of images, Focus: photography and war 1945–2006

All Imagery for the book, Contact, was captured at 16bit, 600dpi, ProPhoto RGB at 200mm x 250mm. This then became our raw uncorrected file. From this file we prepared a master RGB file, where we dodged and burnt with density as well as contrast, utilising the Adjustment layer and layer mask features within Photoshop.

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Friday 27 October 2006 by Mal Booth. 2 comments.
Exhibitions, Lawrence of Arabia and the Light Horse

With the assistance of our colleagues at the National Archives of Australia, readers of this blog can go straight to selected service records using hyperlinks we've provided in the text of our posts. These digitised records allow you to read much more about the background, service experience and fate of some members of the Australian Imperial Force.

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Tuesday 24 October 2006 by Mal Booth. No comments.
Exhibitions, Lawrence of Arabia and the Light Horse

A member of the TE Lawrence Studies List posted a pretty useful link today to a site that gives a neat 90 second visual display of who has controlled the Middle East over the course of history. It is all mapped out against a timeline from 3,000 BC, up to the present day. See Maps of War.

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Wednesday 11 October 2006 by Mal Booth. 1 comments.
Exhibitions, Lawrence of Arabia and the Light Horse The Light Horse

Leslie Cecil Maygar VC took over command of the 8th Light Horse Regiment at Gallipoli some weeks

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Lawrence worked for the Military Intelligence Department in Cairo as an intelligence officer from December

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