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 on: Today at 06:29:39 PM 
Started by James Clark - Last post by pcgpcg
Don't forget to take rain gear and something to keep your camera/lenses dry.

 on: Today at 06:01:35 PM 
Started by Chris Barrett - Last post by gazwas
One from a recent project with Canon body and Canon 24TS-E.

 on: Today at 05:34:30 PM 
Started by James Clark - Last post by James Clark
Thanks for the suggestions, everyone!  I'm booked in downtown Portland Thursday night through Tuesday, then I'll head out and about until I go to Seattle on Thursday night or Friday morning.

 on: Today at 05:30:37 PM 
Started by jferrari - Last post by BartvanderWolf
First crop is what the client sent me. Next is after edits. Does this constitute a derivative and do I need the client's permission to do anything with it?

In general,
For copyright protection to attach to a later, allegedly derivative work, it must display some originality of its own. It cannot be a rote, uncreative variation on the earlier, underlying work. The latter work must contain sufficient new expression, over and above that embodied in the earlier work for the latter work to satisfy copyright law’s requirement of originality.

It's up to the law to declare whether it's "sufficient new expression", in your example I'd say no, but I'm no judge.


 on: Today at 05:28:54 PM 
Started by tvalleau - Last post by tvalleau
Thanks again, Andrew. CT's automatic use of sRGB on an untagged file is what had me confused before. The rest of your explanations jibe with what I (thought) I knew before, so that's of some comfort...  Wink

At this point, with the "banding" and the color shifts, I'll probably be better off waiting for the new i1Photo to come on Monday and see if the same thing happens to me.

Meanwhile, I'm happy to pursue other suggestions.

(My point in pursuing all this is two-fold. If it's somehow my error, I'd naturally want to know that, and 2) if their equipment is out of calibration or suffering the effects of age, I'm sure they'd want to know that as well.)

Thanks again everyone.

 on: Today at 05:23:26 PM 
Started by Kade - Last post by Kade
Hello all and thank you for help in advance.

I'm a photographer by hobby and use a canon t3i with the kit lens. I like landscape photography the most and wanted to get a good set up. I'm  torn between getting the canon eggs 10-18mm f4.5-5.6 is stm lens or a new camera kit possible Nikon since  supposedly it's a better camera for landscaping my budget is around  1k but if I just need the lens I would save the rest.

Thank you.

 on: Today at 05:15:42 PM 
Started by tvalleau - Last post by digitaldog
Just to make sure then: ColorThink will apply an sRGB profile to an image file if that image file is untagged?
It can’t produce Lab values which is the key. It ‘sees’ the RGB device values (R23/G66/B90) but those values are meaningless without a profile.
Take a target, assign two different profiles to the same numbers, ask to Plot List. You’ll get a different plot from identical device values but of course, differing Lab values.
Take the target and plot with and without sRGB, it appears the two plot the same so yes, it appears CT assumes sRGB for untagged numbers.

 on: Today at 04:54:49 PM 
Started by KevinMcD - Last post by KevinMcD
I'm trying to print a 14 x 19 inch print on 17 x 22 inch paper on my 24 inch Z3100.  I have chosen page size C on sheet media and everything seems to be alright.  However as we get near the end of the printing, the printer stops, does a little puttering of the printhead for a few minutes, then it returns to printing all the way across the paper but comes up an inch short from the end of the print.  I have tried printing a bit larger (15 x 20) and it still stops before the end of the image, although a half of an inch further from the end of the paper.  Any ideas as to what could be going on?  I am running the latest HP software for Mac 10.10, which was just updated on the April 14th.

 on: Today at 04:50:55 PM 
Started by ripgriffith - Last post by petermfiore
After reading the article I'm on the Sally's side: no-one should limit itself because of the flaws of the worsts out there.

Correct! That's the position we as creatives must accept and remain stedfast ...


 on: Today at 04:42:23 PM 
Started by Chris L - Last post by bcooter
I get it and understand the line of demarcation between creative want and budget.

That said, I'd "buy" a phantom 3 and give your crew member time to learn.

That would probably be the best investment for future projects.



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