Haveing got that out of the way...perhaps we will see a review of the best APS-C camera ?It's only been out 7 months
utphoto: This review on YouTube will tell you all you need to know about the Pentax Flucard and how to transfer RAW files using the Flucard. Way too much mis-information and speculation about the Flucard on this thread. This video will clear up many questions.
That guy is horrid, don't waste your time. His voice would strip paint. trying to do a Blunty without the humour
Never having heard of G-star, thought G-star RAW was some kind of special file...but no
NickR: The Euros doth protest too much.
We presumably don't understand. They must have researched the market and found a need for pig ugly and overpriced.
Focus_Point: Take good photos in camera for minimum fixes, and use Picasa (free from Google) to play with the colors, contrast and brightness... and I think there are other good and cheap applications for your layering and HDRs out there.
Faststone still suits me and keeps getting better.http://www.faststone.org/FSViewerDetail.htmPete
sh10453: Part 1
In my humble opinion, Corel's Paintshop Pro X4 is far better than Adobe's Photoshop.
It costs less than $100, regular price. I have also seen it advertised by different sellers for less than $60. Right now it is on sale (Black Friday) for less than $30.00 at Corel's site!
Upgrades are usually $30 to $40.
I have used Paintshop Pro since its inception, in the DOS days, long before Corel acquired JASC, and it remains my favorite package (and I have tried more than a dozen different programs).
I have tested every version of Adobe's Photoshop, from the first one to CS5, and came out with the same result every time, which is ..... I hated it.
Corel has 30 days trial policy, so you may want to check that out, if you are sick of paying $699 for a graphics package.
"In my humble opinion, Corel's Paintshop Pro X4 is far better than Adobe's Photoshop....."
Downloading now thanksPete
DuckShots: Well written, informative and inspiring. Building the scene. Have to learn this. Need to know so much to produce creative works. Not my look, but that's the point. I need a look. Sadly, every time I see what others do, I want to throw my lens into a fire and take up reading. Maybe not this time. Thank you very much.
I kept waiting for the actual shots after all the overexposed phone cam snaps in the car. Was shocked to see they were the photos !