J4Hug

Lives in United Kingdom London, United Kingdom
Works as a University lecturer (Radiography)
Has a website at http://agbr.smugmug.com
Joined on Jul 2, 2004

J4Hug's recent activity

  • Than makes a lot of sense, thanks
  • Use the zoom as much as you can in the situations you want to shoot. Over time you will find that your most popular / best picture focal lengths are .... and then consider getting a f1.8 lens of ...
  • Created discussion thread Reverse ND is it worth it?
    Lee and Nisi have just bought out their new reverse ND filters both about the same price. I am sure they are good pieces of engineering but are they worth £137? There is maybe a market for a ...
  • These are really good - a good standard for me to aspire to. Thanks for posting.... now to find some swallows....
  • Replied in Cloud backup
    Thanks, I agree, I think!  It was just that when one computer has a large amount synced with Dropbox if there is a complete sync of that volume with, for instance, a smaller laptop it will also ...
  • Replied in Cloud backup
    Thanks Randy, is it possible to access single files remotely that are backed up on Carbonite?  Does anyone know if this is possible on BackBlaze? I use Drop Box, it is excellent the only problem it ...
  • Created discussion thread Cloud backup
    What is the best on-line backup solution? A simple question and there are of course many variations. I use Lightroom (1.6Tb and adding) so should I use an Adobe solution? At least I will be able to ...
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  • Replied in In future
    Lesson learnt!!
  • This helps https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom/kb/recover-catalog-images-resetting-lightroom.html
  • I just tried *'lrcat (the asterisk is new) I had tried.lrcat before and it didn't find as many as with * so I think possible success... Thanks
  • Created discussion thread Lost lightroom Catalog
    How do I find lost lightroom catalogs? I have tried Windows 10  search .lrcat The issue stated when my C drive crashed when I cloned it onto a new bigger SSD (the images are on D&E) Now the new SSD ...
  • Replied in Spring Birches
    Love the concept of both of these - my favourite is the first.
  • Nice and sad for the house...but in my mind the sky is crying out for a bit of attention - it is a bit featureless. If this is a RAW image you might be able to tweak it so that there is a bit more ...
  • I like the first one! Action framing all nice ... and those Scottish beaches...
  • This was well past the time it was possible to autofocus. The old sunken Mulbury harbour is about 500 mtrs from the shore but the wind turbines catching the very last glow from the long gone sun ...
  • Good comments Travis I certainly agree with the lower aspect I agree well done Will in doing that in Snapspeed (shame Google has ditched it's parent Nik though but that's another story)
  • Replied in Chewy Bit
    Your title is good otherwise I may not have looked so hard ... nice character pic
  • Replied in Park Birds
    Great eyes! You have really nailed these even the people! - there is interest in all
  • Connection to Smartphone is blancked /greyed out.
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