darg

Lives in United States San Jose, United States
Works as a Engineering
Joined on Oct 11, 2011

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  • I live in the Bay Area since 2004 and had my fair share of visitors from Europe coming over here and I played the guide so here is SFO from my point of view: It's a city, no wonder, the typical ...
  • depends on your likelihood to go hiking. Canyonlands and also Arches have trails that you wanna hike to go see more than what you can from the vista points. Some are around a mile long, some more. ...
  • When you do Yosemite don't do it on a weekend day. In the last 4 years it got so crowded and some specialist made the decision to reserve one of the two lane one-dway road for busses and bikes so ...
  • Since there seems to be some interest on the planning side here some experience in regard to drive times and what might be driven with rentals and what might be left open for privately owned off ...
  • Don't underestimate the distances between IITS and Needles. Hwy 191 is not that fast and the road off of 191 to Needles is long and maybe 35 to 45mph depending of traffic in front of you. I ...
  • Depends really on the time of year. In summer up into late September/early October it can be hot in Arches so that hiking will be hard. The stops in Arches with maybe making The Windows tour is ...
  • After a week being in Utah Las Vegas will be a shock :-) what the heck are you doing 4 days in LA? Every European friend who visited me over here in US and made a road trip through the national ...
  • Coming from SLC going south would Moab via Helper and Green River. Moab with Arches, Island In The Sky/Dead Horse Point. Depending on car some locations are going via gravel roads like Natural ...
  • First question is from where are you coming in? SLC or LV or are you getting there via car? If we know that we can give you some ideas. I just spend 10 days in the Moab region and have still so ...
  • Created discussion thread It's not like riding a bike...
    Hi Guys, after nearly 2 years of hiatus I'm back on astro and somehow need to start from scratch in regard to processing and partially also with equipment since I got a couple of new adapter for my ...
  • And don't use a zoom lense since zoom are having other issues. They are always just a compromise for astro. Get rather good fix focals.
  • It's not the focus, that is still on the house but the exposure is taking the whole frame in to account and averages and if there is something bright in it, even if it's as small as th railing it ...
  • Wait a moment. The two pictures are not the same. Since you are shooting in full automatic fancy mode the cam adjust overall exposure to the given light situation. The upper picture the Elph had ...
  • Guys, maybe we are looking at it from the wrong angle. At least it seems to me while contemplating over the graphs. If you take a look at the historic numbers sales seem to be running up to 4 ...
  • Exactly, the main issue I see is that people don't know, or are not interested in, that things can sound better or different. If you never heard music on a good system you don't know what it could ...
  • Let's just hope the camera market is not going the route hifi went with low quality equipment like we see it today. It might have been that the trend to portable audio was the last nail in its ...
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