Joined on Jun 11, 2015

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  • So, just thought I would again thank everyone for their information. I'll likely go with one of the Epson V scanners in the medium term. In the meantime, I spent a whopping $10 on a set of ...
  • Yes! I just ordered a set of what will undoubtedly be patently cheap plastic extension tubes ($10). I dare not hope too much that such a simple (read: cheap) solution will work, but we'll soon see.
  • A not insubstantial part of my problem is that I've done this all in reverse....I learned digital first and am only now getting into film. I've found the old saw to actually be true: I love the ...
  • Extremely impressive rig! I wouldn't know a bellows from a bedbug. You are truly an artist, sir, and this said in complete earnestness. Presumably a great deal cheaper than both a new macro lens ...
  • That’s great to hear. The US website claims the Epsons only work with OS 10.10 at best, and I’ve read complaints elsewhere that users using 10.11 and up are unable to get the machine to work. User ...
  • I would consider that except that I currently own no macro lens. ;-) So, it’s either $$ for a decent scanner or $$ for a macro lens. I think there are greater advantages with going with the lens ...
  • Hi Keith. Thank you for the bon mot regarding Epson. Alas, until I can figure out how to deal with their lack of support for modern MAC OS', I'm out of luck. I think I will attempt to contact them ...
  • Created discussion thread Negative Scanner for Mac!?
    Help! I have spent hours researching and do not feel I am any closer to an answer. I am looking for a negative scanner for both 35mm and 120 Medium Format (6x6) for a Mac. What I’ve found thus far ...
  • Couldn't agree more. Most of the notable 'updates' are items that competitors have had for years. Radial gradients?? $150 to 'upgrade' to radial gradients?

  • NISSIN has had TTL for some years now, and ELINCHROM now support Fuji for HSS and (I believe) TTL with their smaller, portable flash system.

  • Click on the Brush tool. This will open a sub-menu, but you may have to scroll down a bit. Near the bottom you'll see a radial and two linear gradient options. These are fully maneuverable/editable.

  • There is a gradient tool, but the highlight recovery is not as effective as in C1.

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