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John Kemp
By: John Kemp (3 days ago)
Posted to: Pro Digital Talk
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What's your preferred flash solution when shooting Nikon fill flash for small to med size group photos? I find that the SB900's cannot push out enough. John --Canon>Nikon convert.D3s, D810, 24-70 f2.8, 70-200 f2.8II, 70-200 f4, 105 f2.8 macro, 85mm f1.8g, 85mm f1.8d, 1.4 conv, SB900x3 16-35 f2.8, 50mm f1.8, 28mm f1.8gWin 7 Pro 64bit, 3.4 gigahertz Intel Core i7-2600. Motherboard ASUS® P8Z68-V LX: USB 3.0, SATA 6GBs, ATI®CrossFireX. 16Gb Ram, intel ssd 120 gb primary drive. COOLIT ECO II A.L.C...
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Looking for a grip, USB3 card reader, 64Gb CF and SD cards to go with my new D810 purchase. Any recommendations? Grip does not need to be Nikon, if it's any good.... Cheers John --Canon>Nikon convert.D3x, D3s, 24-70 f2.8, 70-200 f2.8II, 105 f2.8 macro, 1.4 conv, SB900x3 16-35 f2.8Win 7 Pro 64bit, 3.4 gigahertz Intel Core i7-2600. Motherboard ASUS® P8Z68-V LX: USB 3.0, SATA 6GBs, ATI®CrossFireX. 16Gb Ram, intel ssd 120 gb primary drive. COOLIT ECO II A.L.C (ADVANCED LIQUID COOLER). NEC...
Lucky Sky
By: Lucky Sky (4 days ago)
Posted to: Retouching
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Problem (I'll try to keep it short): Current Asus laptop: 1920x1068 HD screen, 1TB SSD, 16 GB RAM and Intel i7-3630QM 2.4GHz Turbo Boost to 3.4GHz and an Nvidia GT 635M GPU with 2GB RAM. Upgraded recently to Lightroom v6. The clock speed of the CPU is too slow for my Nikon D810 files (40-50MB) causing pixilation of many images. The fix is (in the Library Mode) to zoom 1:1 on an image and the Turbo boost kicks in and the image renders correctly with no pixilation. Now, with this new version of...
John Kemp
By: John Kemp (1 week ago)
Posted to: Accessories Talk
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I've bought quick release straps in the past but they're hardly quick. They still have to be in tied in some way from the lugs or d rings. Otherwise they leave a small dangling strap attached that just gets in the way. Is there any strap on the market that actually has a clip or carabiner type of connector that undoes from the camera quickly? Must stand up to pro DSLR gear. Thanks Thanks --Canon>Nikon convert.D3x, D3s, 24-70 f2.8, 70-200 f2.8II, 105 f2.8 macro, 1.4 conv, SB900x3 16-35...
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I seem to do nothing with my workstation but occasional Photoshop (+Adobe Camera Raw) and share files around my home network. I can get fairly fast and cheap old rackmount servers with 2x 4-core Xeons with quite good performance (more than stock i7-2600K) on applications that use lots of cores., the e.g. ACR conversion times which are an issue at the moment even with all the different versions. I've checked I have the right drives, cables, connections & OS to get the rackmount going but is...
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I have a mid-2010 non-Retina MBP, dual-core i7 8G RAM, boot drive is installed-by-me Samsung "Pro" (enterprise grade) 512 G SSD. This computer currently has 50 G free. I keep my Lightroom 4 catalogue, fast preview LR files, AND the RAW files themselves all on this drive. I am busy pruning the catalogue and dumping original files, a bit at a time. (New Year's resolution: better and more prompt DAM!) Computer is currently performing well, same as it has for a long time. SSD was not appreciably...
midnite
By: midnite (3 months ago)
Posted to: Retouching
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As a (amateur) photographer, my main concern is the accuracy of colour. Besides the monitor, I will also buy a monitor colour calibration device, e.g. the Spyder. In fact, I am also building a new desktop computer. I am considering the configuration below: Intel Core i7 4790K (Haswell) Gigabyte GA-Z97X-UD5H (rev. 1.1) Eizo FlexScan EV2450 Could you please give me some advices, particularly on the following questions? (1) With the calibration device, is it that it can calibrate any monitors,...
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I posted the same message in Retouch Forum, ACDsee Community and here. After years working with some oldie apps, I want to try something different. ACDsee is the fourth app I evaluated and has some serious speed problems. Import, export, conversion: pretty fast. Various mode of viewing and file management: fast. Development and Edit: about average, some a bit slow but tolerable. Then I hit wall on layer and mask. During layer editing, my pc was running slide show, with 2-8 seconds pause in...
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After years working with some oldie apps, I want to try something different. ACDsee is the fourth app I evaluated and has some serious speed problems. Import, export, conversion: pretty fast. Various mode of viewing and file management: fast. Development and Edit: about average, some a bit slow but tolerable. Then I hit wall on layer and mask. During layer editing, my pc was running slide show, with 2-8 seconds pause in between. Even for a simple operation, like resize or rotate an image....
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Greetings and I wish you a Very Happy New Year. I am in a bit of a fix, I want to buy a laptop to edit my RAW files. I shoot Olympus EM1. The heaviest work th elaptop will see is light room and Olympus viewer 3 (my pics are in 4:3 Aspect), some mild gamind(not hard core) and web surf etc (the routine stuff) My limitations are a) Must not be a Apple/Mac (never was a fan) b) I need a laptop or tablet, cos I need portability. I am an expat and will need to relocate soon. So a desktop is out of...
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