sjstremb

sjstremb

Lives in United States St Louis, USA, MO, United States
Works as a Professor of art/photography
Joined on Dec 14, 2001

sjstremb's recent activity

  • Here are a couple of jogs without any kind of adjustment, with the exception of re-sizing for uploading. I am actually very happy with it and I have even done some figure in the landscape work ...
  • Replied in 20mm f/1.8G
    I took delivery of my 20 mm today, its seems well built, not flimsy or too plastic like. The AF is very crisp and the f1.8 is very bright in the viewfinder of my D800. I shot some this afternoon a ...
  • Replied in 20mm f/1.8G
    I actually have a 14-24 with a D800 and its a lot of camera to carry around for any length of time for me personally. I have an older 20 mm AF (not the D) and although it was fine for my F100 film ...
  • I have both a 14-24 and one of the older 20 mm AF (not the D model) lenses and yes, I plan on getting the new 20 mm, no so much for the 1.8 but for the improved optics. I've always liked the 20, I ...
  • Epson printer parts have a predetermined number of prints they will make (an estimate really), the print head, ink pump, etc. It's like a printer version of Logans Run if you'll allow the 70's ...
  • I went to the Adobe RAW forum and it is an Adobe problem, they posted a link to the site with instruction for a fix, which I ran and I think it works. http://helpx.adobe.com/bridge/kb/acr-84-bridge ...
  • I am not saying its a bug or anything, but I ran the CS6 update and camera raw update and it did a number on my version of photoshop. When using the Bridge CS6 downloader it no longer allows me to ...
  • Created discussions Epson 9900 repair
    The Epson repair guy just left, our 4 year old epson 9900, which had a head replacement only two years ago, needed another on, this time the repair bill was $2,400 for the parts (included a wiper ...
  • Every few months someone asks about DROBO's and its like asking if you should use a UV filter on you lens, lots of strong opinions. So to not fuel the fire too much,I'll just say I have two ...
  • I read some review a few years ago about the 4800 vs the 400o that said among other things that if you make 350 8x10 prints a year, the savings in ink alone would pay for a new printer. The 3880 ...
  • I have owned both and now own a 4900. The 4000 used both MK and PK ink sets, and K2 inks. the 4800 used K3 inks and only one black, you could set it up with either. Some RIP's like Colorbytes ...
  • Created discussions Updated driver for Epson 4900
    FYI, there is a new driver for the 4900 posted in the Epson site dated Nov 1, 2013. I haven't tested it yet but wanted to pass this along.
Activity older than 12 months is not displayed.
Total messages 432
Threads started 59
Last post 3 weeks ago
Total comments 0
Total likes 0
Total reviews 0
Entries 0
Votes cast 0
Photos uploaded 0