Timzee

Lives in United States NY, United States
Joined on May 25, 2004

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  • Without commenting on the image, I'd just say is having photographed hunter/jumper horse shows for years, the rider and horse in your image is in BIG trouble! About 3 seconds away from a wipe ...
  • Not sure what "all better now" is supposed to mean? You might want to educate yourself by reading through some of the other responses with useful suggestions.
  • Yeah, I hear 'ya.  Responses such as " Why would you want to do such a thing ", or " Just Google it " seem to be pretty popular hereabouts. I think for for the most part respondents are trying to ...
  • Exactly-- that's what cookies do as you obviously know. There are some ways to "protect" yourself such as disallowing 3rd party cookies, flushing all your cookes after each browser session, ...
  • If you just browse to the site they can know things like your IP address, your Internet provider, browser etc. but they do not know your email address unless you provide it in some manner.
  • Good to know that this video loop approach is not universal to all BBs.
  • I don't disagree. And I made it clear to the sales woman that I understood her situation and why she couldn't do much to help. True, but I wasn't asking if there was any way I could switch from one ...
  • Looking to replace some aging 24" 1920x1200 monitors and wanted to first get an idea of what some larger-- 27 inch for example-- monitors with higher resolution would look like compared to what ...
  • Just by way of follow-up we did buy two of the Westcott's and definitely agree they are very well made. Like 'em a lot.
  • Nice. But how to you adjust the camera vertically? We might be shooting something as small as a piece of jewelry one  minute and a 3 foot tall piced of sculpture next. Love to see well worn gear ...
  • Now you're talkin'! I had posted a thread earlier about "Need something better than a tripod" and decided at that point, thanks to the good advice there, that a camera stand would in fact be an ...
  • Thanks. I looks like a combo like this could work but to your point "cost vs value" I think I would be better off with the focus rail with a clutch mechanism mentioned previously. I'm willing to ...
  • Camera is on a tripod with a geared head focused on various products placed on a table. For various compositions I want to be able to move the camera laterally left/right without having to move ...
  • Yeah, that was my thought as well but it seems that while they might do a good job for their intended purpose-- "gliding" the camera horizontally-- that I'm finding they're either very expensive ...
  • Thanks but from what I can tell it looks like most of these types of arms are designed to position the camera to shoot vertically. (?) Seem to be pretty pricey as well.
  • Having a clutch type mechanism might actually work well. The current rail I'm using does not have that and even the coarse adjustments take a LOT of turning (understandably given their primary ...
  • We use a geared tripod head in the studio that can adjust the camera in 3 directions: Up/down, rotate left/right, and tilt left/right. What I'm trying to find is a way to keep the camera level and ...
  • Always good to get positive reinforcement-- thanks for the input!
  • Each assignment is different requiring different lighting approaches We have a half dozen radio speedlights and those in combination with as many studio lights pretty much covers the bases for ...
  • We have a number of clients where we shoot in rather large spaces. Looking for a more portable system then the studio lights and thinking multiple 600EX-RTs will work well.
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