gurraglaa

Joined on Oct 22, 2019

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  • I agree, having the tongue out would make a big difference. However, the snake was probably more scared than me, so it was just frozen in place when I took my pictures sadly. I would love for you ...
  • Created discussion thread Snake on the trail
    Hi there! I just wanted to share some pictures of a Common European Viper that I stumbled upon on a trail early this summer. I'm pretty pleased with the results, especially the first picture. They ...
  • Sorry, bad phrasing by me. You are right, the company will be the ones who set the ppi of the print. However I will be the one to select the print size. So indirectly I will be the one to chose ...
  • Created discussion thread Minimum ppi for printing on canvas?
    Hi there peeps! I'm thinking about sending away my three favorite prints from last year to get printed on canvas. I am quite new to the photography life and don't have any experience printing and ...
  • I was referring to the Mindshift’s Trailscape 18L when I said that a 15" won't fit. In the trekker 450 I'm sure it will as well. Thank you too for sharing you and your friends experience in your ...
  • Hello again! A few weeks ago I made a post in this thread about the Lowepro Protactic being on sale and be making up my mind about my purchase. I thought I would share my thoughts and how I set it ...
  • May I suggest that you take a look at the thread i started a week ago or so: https://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/4436391 Another suggestion not mentioned in that thread is the Lowepro Whistler . ...
  • This was taken two weekends ago on a field south of Stockholm in Sweden at sunrise. I used my X-T30 with the 18-55 kit-lens at 18mm, f/10, ISO 160, 1/75 sec. This was taken in Tivoli Park in ...
  • I went shopping in to Stockholm yesterday and went into a camera store that I have not visited before (Rajala pro shop, if any Swedes or Finnish people are interested). To my surprise they carried ...
  • Haha! That is what I tried to say, yes. Thank you!
  • A Point that I have forgotten to mention regarding the straps is that although I want them to be as comfortable as possible (read wide and thick), I do want to be able to attach my Peak Design Capture
  • As I like to use a PD capture clip on my straps I can't choose a backpack with too wide straps anyway. But it's good to think about. I will be sure to share some pictures and explanation about what ...
  • I'm from Sweden. We don't have a Swedish Amazon page, but as long as I order from within the EU, Germany for example (who is the nearest country with Amazon) I'm not worried about risk really. ...
  • Yes I have. I feel that it is very similar to the Thule backpack I linked in both features, size good looks and price (Tenba is a bit more expensive since I'll have to import it). And out of the ...
  • I removed the pictures to minimize clutter in the thread. See them in the original post here . Great pictures and explanations! They really cleared up some of my doubts about the backpack. Who ...
  • I havn't seen this one acctually. Thank you for bringing it to my attention! I agree that having it only openable from a zipper against your back is more secure. But to me that makes it less ...
  • Created discussion thread Do-it-all camera backpack
    I'm looking to buy a new do-it-all backpack that I can use to carry my camera with lenses, laptop, tripod, water bottle and miscellaneous other gear such as clothes, snacks, chargers etc. I am ...
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