ADMint

ADMint

Lives in United States AK, United States
Works as a Retired, Student
Has a website at under construction
Joined on Jun 5, 2012
About me:

PC builder, Photographer, Music Collector.

ADMint's recent activity

  • In a nutshell, yes... 30 bits per pixel does equate to true 30 bit color. Rather then go through the whole mess again, see my post here: You also need a 10 bits per pixel card concerning bits per ...
  • Sorry, but I have to ask... where is this theory coming from? How do you come to the conclusion that the "hard drive controller may be going" given the OP's simple question? There are a myriad of ...
  • As is this forum which is why I stopped posting. That said, I did want to say I very much enjoy your work Vidau. I always found your work refreshing, new, and challenging; something sorely missing ...
  • And your point??????? I believe that was inferred, but if you need to break things down the nth degree ok. This is how I see it though... And the sky is blue. No! It's not, it a shade of blue. Ok, ...
  • Yeah... and it's still basically an NEC solution (for their SV software), since for some odd reason "SpectraView" isn't sold in the EU. Regardless, the point, which I thought was clear, is only SV ...
  • Uh... actually at time of purchase. See links below. The way I look at it is with and without the SVII kit added... (1) NEC PA242w with SVII - 1299.00 (2) NEC PA242w ...
  • Hi, I have the NEC PA 242W, which I purchased from Amazon. I then went to NEC's site and purchased the SpectraView II software for 90 bucks since I already had a colorimeter from my Spyder4 ...
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    Agree with that.
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    I haven't went through the whole thread but based on your original post it sounds like you don't have any video card drivers installed.  This should fix your monitor resolution issue which is what ...
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    Thanks. It a nice composite. Oh and the bent support adds to the movement of the turbines. At any rate I'll bow out of this as not to hijack boshjohns thread. That said, you should create your own ...
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    Nice image Steve. Is that a composite or did you capture the image like that with the moon? Really nice image.
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    Mr. boshjohn, I mean this as a compliment but I think your post processing is improving as your last few images (car show, reflections) and now this have been marvelously processed. Really nice ...
  • No problem Dr Paul, In addition to my Ansel Adams books, I've also got books by Harry Callahan, Henri Cartier-Bresson, and John Szarkowski, all featuring their B&W work.  I like the Harry Callahan ...
  • The B&W. Not feeling the toned one.
  • Agree withTacticDesigns. And also love the post processing. Very well done.
  • I'm sure we all know this but disk cleanup cleans up deleted and unused system files no longer needed by the OS... It's NOT a measuring stick of efficiency - You might clean out 15gigs one minute, ...
  • Steve I was looking at it from a particular history. Sometimes things happen in background that not everyone is aware of. But yes, everyone has a right to their opinion. Peace:)
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    Thanks Steve. I'm sure other editors have a setting similar to that, but I only know PS & LR.
  • Ansel Adams fan here as well, having a quite a few of his books featuring his work. Even one in which he showcases his color work. Not as good as his B&W work. Anyway I too use him as my point of ...
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    Photoshop tip: If you use the save for web function, under the Metadata dropdown box, make sure you choose ALL. This will embed the camera and exposure info in the image, and any software of web ...
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