Pantyhose Bandit wrote:
Art Jacks wrote:
A couple from the UK.
Bloody Hell, tea has got expensive. When I last lived in the UK it was 20p a cup and coffee was 30p.
And I'll bet that back then...
... so I trust it's OK if I take the opportunity to get some help?
Very probably within 20 miles or so of central London, but not sure!
35mm slides, copied with a Nikon digicam - to which...
These types of building date back to the 9th century, this one is the latest, about 100 years old.
If I'm not mistaken, almost the only fine house I've ever taken against...
I too would like to hear more about the p330, especially whether the auto bracketing has speeded up since the p300.
For me, the P330 I bought last December has yet to prove itself...
Both from long ago, shot variously in or around East Anglia.
The incongruity of the message in this one has always appealed..
... whilst this is rather more direct?
Anthony _ 1946 wrote:
I own a Nikon Coolpix S6300 with the NX2 Program. Recently I've changed to a new computer that is Windows 8. My question: Would anyone know if NX2 is compatible with Windows...
What do you think of this shot in terms of ?
1/ Noise Level
High, pretty bad really, unless this was the only shot possible
2/ Dynamic Range
Not too bad, the...
I'd guess, Autochrome
bill hansen wrote:
Isola Verde - Thanks for including those examples of in-camera correction of JPEG. Now I need to do the same comparison with image correction on and off, with the 7700. The...
No EXIF in that image, only...
"Image protected by copyright. Contact National Geographic Creative at: Telephone:202.857.7537, Toll Free: 1.800.434.2244, email: email@example.com or...
Thanks for the suggestions.
Went back over the weekend, and still couldn't get quite as well-proportioned an image as stepping back another 30 yards or so provided, however that did raise other...
bill hansen wrote:
If the optical correction is only a crop of the original image, it's not helpful and I wouldn't use it. If it's truly an in-camera software correction it would be valuable. My...
Although in rather different conditions, I had the same problem almost a decade ago...
As you'll see, some shots were more salvageable than others!
Just nosing in the D3300 manual and I see... "The completed panorama will be slightly smaller than the area visible in the display during shooting."
Not sure how much that reduction would be with...
Out of my territory, I'm afraid!
Not sure how big you're expecting but, according to....
... the file sizes from the D3300 Easy Panorama mode are, "Normal...
Some of Nikon's cameras have both “Easy Panorama” and their cleverer “Panorama Assist”...
After closing the LR window again, you might use the Nikon ViewNX2 program?
Not sure if you can download the most current version directly, otherwise install from the disk that came with your...
Gordon W wrote:
I'm interested in the TZ60/ZS40 because of its RAW capability and EVF, so I had downloaded a couple RAW files to play with and couldn't open them in Adobe Camera Raw 8.3, but I just...
Thank you ALL for your comments here. I appreciate this a lot. Those info links are great !
I'm going to go ahead and get on board with LR. The lens profile issue may not...
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