linzybel

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Joined on Mar 29, 2011

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  • Replied in The Palouse
    Thank you! I envy you, for I haven't been there since 1980. It's still lovely. Although most of the Palouse falls within Washington, it's clear that Idaho lays claim to a portion of it: ...
  • Replied in The Palouse
    Lovely place, lovely images. Three questions: 1) Washington or Idaho? 2) Do you live there? 3) Did you take the pictures recently? Thank you for posting them.
  • Is it possible that some of the pictures taken by the seller were taken when the camera was newer?  He might have rubbed off the lettering recently, cleaning up the camera with too strong a ...
  • Were you using any filter – a polarizer perhaps?  And did you do much post processing? The clouds look especially special, but everything is absolutely gorgeous.
  • Replied in X Vario Review
    Mike, I'm just curious what you mean by "regular work."   Is it B/W, street, art, portraits, family, travel... or a specific kind of job?  I'm still tempted to buy one. Thanks.
  • Back in the day, most photographers seemed to fall into one camp or the other for B/W film – Kodak vs. Ilford – and the battle lines were usually drawn around Tri-X and HP5. As SK suggested, ...
  • Are there any laws pertaining to postal fraud? His postal address is listed on his website. In the U.S. you'd be able to file complaints through the postal service, especially because many others ...
  • Thanks for the tips about ROM and flare.  Unfortunately my lenses aren't ROM, and I don't shoot video.  No ballerinas in the house, either.
  • Irakly, Is this an extension of "The Art of Deception" (the subtitle of which I suggested to you!) or do you really employ ballerinas in this capacity?! Serious question, though a minor one:  Have ...
  • I've hardly ever seen a poor image from that lens.  I'd love to see some low-light, especially indoor, shots when you have the time to post some good ones.  I'm wondering if the speed of the lens ...
  • Kodachrome 64 is one of the great achievements in the art & science of photography. I have slides forty years old that are as gorgeous as the day I first took them out of the little yellow box.
  • I can't decide whether this is a silly thread or a fascinating one. One the one hand, as solidly and stolidly middle class as I am, $9000 isn't a HUGE amount of money.  People routinely remodel ...
  • I'm wondering if you've tried the 77D on a Zoom call, live. For me, the Webcam Utility looks great, but there's a video lag that's so distracting that I simply won't use it. The sync problem is...

  • I don't have advice, but I do need some advice. When you use the Utility with Zoom, are there any syncing problems between audio and video? I have not been able to eliminate the bad, distracting...

  • What body did you use, the Sony?
  • To end the argument regarding zooms, has anyone suggested that you may use a zoom lens, but you must only submit images taken at a single focal length?  So you might opt for using the X-Vario at, ...
  • To find the proper forums, here's what you do on a desktop or laptop. On the navigation bar just under the "DPREVIEW" logo you'll see a tab for "Forums."  When you hover over the Forums tab, a ...
  • The appeal of monochrome may be diminishing, but it will last. Why? Without the "distraction" of color, the eye sees depth and volume – the three-dimensional properties of a subject – more...

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