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 on: Today at 05:25:58 PM 
Started by rollsman44 - Last post by pegelli
Uncheck the box labeled "don't enlarge" and see if that does the trick.

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 on: Today at 05:25:13 PM 
Started by JoeKitchen - Last post by JoeKitchen
That's quiet high.  I generally run a high policy because I do a lot of unique spaces and products but I'm not as high as 10!  I've seen plenty of clients request in the 1-3 mil range though. 

I've never had a construction client request that.  Have you asked your insurance company what it would cost to increase the limit just for that one project?  It would seem silly to raise the entire policy for one job.

I would agree, but this is an ongoing project.  Once a month until it is finished in 5 years. 

Anyway, just got an update in the E&O coverage.  Now the total will be around $7500 per year for what they are asking, although I heard back from my contact they may just accept my current coverage. 

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 on: Today at 05:22:27 PM 
Started by Kevin Raber - Last post by Kevin Raber
Just published an article honoring our friend Michael Reichmann who passed away a year ago. In addition, we have also published A Founders Page as a permanent way of remembering Michael with a gallery of his photos and a gallery of photos of him.  Please visit and enjoy.  And, don't forget to click on the link to view the Blooper Reel to remember the humor, fun, and laughs we all had with Michael.  I miss my friend!

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 on: Today at 05:14:01 PM 
Started by rollsman44 - Last post by rollsman44
See attached image .  Thank you

 I entered 14 Megpix for size. Is this correct? I am trying to get a BIG File size to make large Prints ( 17x20, 20x24)
   If I have been doing it wrong can you tell me the correct way to size my images.  Thank you
   I put 14Meg, and my file size when its exported to me desktop comes out to be about 6 -8 Meg  and not the 14 I put in.

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 on: Today at 05:07:42 PM 
Started by Mjollnir - Last post by graeme
It's a great shot. I think I'd prefer it without the white triangle on the right-hand edge, but I'm sure someone will tell me I'm wrong.

Jeremy

I wouldn't get rid of the white triangle on the right-hand edge, but I'm sure someone will tell me I'm wrong.  :D

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 on: Today at 05:07:40 PM 
Started by JoeKitchen - Last post by TonyVentourisPhotography
That's quiet high.  I generally run a high policy because I do a lot of unique spaces and products but I'm not as high as 10!  I've seen plenty of clients request in the 1-3 mil range though. 

I've never had a construction client request that.  Have you asked your insurance company what it would cost to increase the limit just for that one project?  It would seem silly to raise the entire policy for one job. 

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 on: Today at 05:04:20 PM 
Started by Mjollnir - Last post by graeme
Thanks!  And I'll have to look into that tool.

Do I understand correctly that it's only for the CC?

I'm one of those oddballs who still uses the software native and loaded onto my computer.

I don't blame you for not going the subscription route.

I think the Guided Upright Tool is CC only but the Crop Tool in PS will get you pretty close. ( Check the 'Perspective' box in older versions or use the Perspective Crop tool in more recent ones ).

It's fine as it is though: I'm one of those oddballs that needs perfect verticals in an image - like the real world is anything like that.

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 on: Today at 05:03:28 PM 
Started by RDMAX - Last post by TonyVentourisPhotography
You need to have exposure locked when rotating to see the effect otherwise exposure changes make the screen lighten or darken sometimes.  This was always a nightmare on Fuji.  Olympus has been. Easier to work with polarizers in this regard.

If you actually mean the subtle details, as mentioned zooming is the way to go.  I can manually focus an evf way better than an ovf when it comes to specific details.

Interesting discussion on EVF vs OVF. I'm still on the fence using both D800E and RX10iii (which has a fairly up-to-date Sony EVF, but perhaps not quite as good as their FF mirrorless).

With the EVF, I find it very difficult to see the more subtle changes from rotating a polarizing filter, for example reducing glare from foliage. Often, I need to remove the POL and rotate it in front of my eye then re-install it. Alternatively, I use the arrow mark lined up to the sun, which will provide 100% polarization, but there are times when I want less, and that's where the EVF fails. Furthermore, with the constantly bright EVF, it's easy to forget I have a POL on the front.

Also with the EVF, I often miss subtle details, especially when working close-up; details I would not have missed with the clarity of an OVF.

On the "bright" side, as someone mentioned previously, I can compose and focus with the EVF when using a strong ND filter.

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 on: Today at 04:49:36 PM 
Started by henrikfoto - Last post by Christopher
And please until a evf looks like a ovf spare me one in a big MF camera. Just sad compared to the XF viewfinder. And while the form factor isn't modern, i really don't know many cameras coming close technically. Certainly no Nikon/Canon/Sony/Leica...


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 on: Today at 04:49:05 PM 
Started by Schewe - Last post by Schewe


Donald Trump is “exhausted,” his staffers say, and that’s why he’s committing some gaffes

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A senior White House official said Trump's Islamist/Islamic slip-up was due to him being "exhausted"

The White House wants you to believe that President Donald Trump didn’t mean to offend Muslim audiences when he referred to Islamist extremism as “Islamic extremism.”

He was just an “exhausted guy.”

That’s what an unnamed senior White House official told CNN on Monday, claiming that Trump intended to say “Islamist extremism” but said “Islamic extremism” because he was “just an exhausted guy” by the time he delivered the speech. The prepared remarks do indeed show Trump saying “Islamist extremism,” which is the correct term when referring to the political movements that attempt to create governments based around Islamic theological precepts.

Such a busy boy...

Actually, I do think he bit off a lot and will likely be paying for it (as we are paying for his trip) and he DID mean to use the correct phrase but it's still totally hypocritical consider this...

Radical Islamic terrorism: The dogma that didn't bark in Trump's speech

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President Trump is receiving generally high marks, even from some of his usual critics, for the speech he delivered Sunday in Saudi Arabia at the Arab Islamic American Summit – especially for his conciliatory comments toward Islam, which he called “one of the world’s great faiths.”

Of course, the Twittersphere had a field day contrasting the tone and careful language of the speech with Trump’s previous pronouncements, including his claim in 2016 that “I think Islam hates us…. There’s a tremendous hatred there.”

And while it’s an exaggeration to say that Barack Obama could have given the speech, it’s notable that Trump never used the term he excoriated his predecessor -- and Hillary Clinton -- for eschewing.

“These are radical Islamic terrorists and [Clinton] won't even mention the word, and nor will President Obama,” Trump said at an Oct. 9 debate with his Democratic rival.

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