RSTP14

Lives in Canada Victoria BC, Canada
Has a website at regor.zenfolio.com
Joined on Jan 21, 2004

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  • Considering the T32 now cost less than the tax on the FL-700WR, I really like it. Red eyes isn't an issue if you tilt the light, and will accept filters. You don't get TTL anymore, but works fine ...
  • And DPR selected what motherboard and what CPU? Did I miss that? They did say "we're going to teach you how to build your own creator PC while simultaneously building one ourselves!"

  • I tried that once here in Victoria, highlights were overblown, colors OK but nothing close to what I had carefully tweaked. They wouldn't provide me a color profile for their printer nor say to ...
  • Tx, I'll check it out. It at least confirms that my expectations are reasonable.
  • I tried duplicating your issue. The "Restore to Original" menu item in the Film Strip in Develop Mode only becomes enabled when the selected image isn't in focus (i.e. is not being developed) AND ...
  • I believe there are a lot of counterfeit Sandisk out there.
  • So it would appear this was an SD Card afterall?
  • Created discussion thread Using outside print shop
    How does one deal with using outside printing services to ensure that the result is as you expect. I could never get their color profile, never mind calibrating my system to match. It seems to be ...
  • If it were me, I'd simply rename the XMP file (e.g. name_(OLD).xmp) and start over. If for whatever reason Ultimate doesn't like it, rename the .xmp back to what it was, but as far as I know, ...
  • I like the second best too, the light and composition are very nice. Both the 1st and 3rd suffer from overly distractiing backgrounds (window frame coming out of the head in the 1st one for e,g.). ...
  • Thanks Joan, the camera gear snobbery in itself says something. One would think that at this level people would be rather brand neutral and interested in what gets the job done best, and wouldn't ...
  • One would think that this is a simple question. One might say it is 1/2 of an 100% crop... OK what's an 100% crop then? That term is I think used to mean that every pixel on the screen is mapped ...
  • Replied in Waiting...
    They both didn't pay attention to lesson 1 - How to Right a Capsized Sail Boat!  Nice effect on the post processing though, I like it.
  • Beautiful shots and outstanding composition. Once again you demonstrated in spade that anyone who blames their M43 equipment for their "poor images" is greatly mistaken. The gear ain't the issue! ...
  • Nice, looks like the gear worked for you. I am curious as to the conversations and experiences you might have shared with the other members of the group re. your gear in the context you were in.
  • Replied in A few edits
    I'm confused because you (and others), not saying you are wrong, just trying to understand here, say the larger area gets more light, as if it was a single pixel, meaning that the sum of its ...
  • Replied in A few edits
    That's one claim I could never understand, could you please further explain? Why would a crop sensor receive less light than the same cropped area on a larger sensor? The image captured is made of ...
  • Replied in A few edits
    Re: about the choices we make when shooting for the benefit of later editing. You wouldn't want to see the images I shoot with that intent, you'd say they are over exposed. Intentionally they are, ...
  • I agree with The Ghost of Caravaggio, technically your images have been edited, in-camera, using your set parameters. There is therefore no such thing as "unedited" digital images you can see. ...
  • I'll give you a deal on my 40+ year old Olympus P&S, only $400USD... ;-)  The battery still works!
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