dwight3

dwight3

Lives in United States Stow, United States
Works as a Farmer
Has a website at http://small-farm.org
Joined on Mar 3, 2008
About me:

Nikon D200,D4
50/1.4; 35/2; 105/2.8; 14-24/2.8; 17-55/2.8DX; 24-70/2.8; 70-200/2.8; 28-300/3.5-5.6; Sigma 50-500; 85/1.8;
SB800; SB910; Nissin Di866;
TC2.0

dwight3's recent activity

  • You're WRONG! We don't argue AT ALL! We do, however, provide readers with the correct point of view on all subjects.
  • It's like driving a car. Any car will get you where you're going, but the most important part is the nut that holds the wheel.
  • Card reader. In 10 years have never bent a pin. From the card reader, the files go through Downloader Pro, a program that allows me to both give the files a meaningful name and also store the files ...
  • Post s'more
  • I have a D4 and a D800. For my purposes the D4 gets far more use than the D800. I do mostly photojournalistic stuff with a few landscapes thrown in. I shoot for my own use only, but occasionally ...
  • Created discussions Watch your settings
    I edited a photo in Lightroom the other day and noticed the colors were bleeding. I had never seen that before so I made a test image to play with. It appeared that the bleeding occurred when I ...
  • Resellerratings.com used to be the premier online seller evaluation site. They got bought out and there have been complaints about them removing positive comments from stores that don't pay them ...
  • It depends. If you learn quickly, I believe the LR+PS deal is the way to go. If you expect to take more than a couple years to get up to speed, the LR5 only license is probably more cost effective. ...
  • Good idea. As a new digital photographer, you have a lot to learn. Don't try to learn it all at once. It will take longer. The Adobe photographer package, LR+PS is useful, but not until you're ...
  • While there are advantages to using one body per lens (primarily speed of response), many people really want to never change lenses because they're afraid of dust on their sensor. If that's your ...
  • And it's that time of year when I have to lay off the burger and fry meals anyway.
  • Thanks. I missed that. Summer is my busy time, so I don't pay attention.
  • Replied in Who uses DNG
    DNG doesn't work with my old F6 or Exakta, either. It doesn't work with the files from my wife's word processor. "Freely used by anyone" doesn't mean for any purpose. You have to use it for ...
  • I'm happy with it. I use both LR and PS and the price is reasonable. I get my money's worth. And I get updates as they come out.
  • Replied in Who uses DNG
    OK. So the question is "Who used DNG?", not "Why do you like it or not?" I don't use it. My software (Adobe) currently supports my RAW format (NEF).
  • Replied in Who uses DNG
    Just because something doesn't work in a specific instance doesn't mean it is "not freely used by anyone".
  • Replied in Who uses DNG
    Are you suggesting that it should be developed by others as well as Adobe? That sounds like a recipe for moving toward different versions, which is what DNG was designed to mitigate.
  • Replied in Who uses DNG
    True. Back it all up.
  • Replied in Who uses DNG
    So DNG will allow you to use outdated Adobe software. DNG sounds like it will be good for you.
  • Replied in Who uses DNG
    As I stated early in my post, these were taken from various posts and articles that I collected while trying to decide whether it's worth while to convert to DNG. (I was not interested several ...
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