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 on: Today at 11:21:00 AM 
Started by Bob_B - Last post by Bob_B
Thanks for the comments.

Scott: Indeed. I had removed several bleached maple seeds, as their brightness detracted from the scene, but left the leaf thinking it helped put the size of the fungi in context. However, in retrospect I agree with your assessment, and now wish that I had removed it. That said, I have several other shots taken from different views, so there may be a better one that lacks the leaf.

 on: Today at 11:18:38 AM 
Started by Kaypee - Last post by RomanN.
All Systems have Different lensboards, some use linhof technika standarts, some sinar.
The important question is what lenses You need to use.
If you use wide angle Till 75 mm all Technika-like or wood camera will be ok.
But if you want to use extrem wide with movements you will need modern camera like sinar f. This is a very cheap camera and all sinar stuff be used with.
All sinar cameras can also be converted to bigger size like 5x7 or 8x10.
If you can spend more than Arca swiss f-line or linhof technikardan would be the first class for architecture.

 on: Today at 11:11:51 AM 
Started by Riaan van Wyk - Last post by amolitor
I enjoy playing the piano. I'm not much good. Simply playing a simple piece as notated, with expression as notated, satisfies me enormously.

While I don't approach photography this way, I imagine that there is a similar pleasure to be had in replicating well some more or less cliched picture.

I don't try to sell CDs of my Bach, however, and don't think that I ought to be able to make money doing so.

 on: Today at 11:07:16 AM 
Started by Riaan van Wyk - Last post by Isaac
Let's put this way - some like to take and create original and previously unseen scenes, others strive to create their own versions of already and often seen images.

I can understand the desire to emulate and compete; and the practical matters: strong content, content that will be recognised.

For better and worse, a scene formed fresh in my mind has more appeal to me.

Paradoxically, displays of the unseen and bold images can sometimes backfire, and invite wrath of the titans.

We feel uncomfortable when our expectations are not confirmed.

 on: Today at 11:03:02 AM 
Started by Paulo Bizarro - Last post by albertknappmd
My wife has used the Leica X vario for the past two years and adores it. the optics are stunning!

 on: Today at 11:01:07 AM 
Started by ndwgolf - Last post by albertknappmd
B+W. very satisfied.

 on: Today at 10:58:59 AM 
Started by Rhossydd - Last post by barryfitzgerald
Well third party makers are quite entitled to make flashes for any camera, "fake" means trying to knock something off so yes adding a Canon case to the flash probably isn't hard to do and some dodgy companies might do this. Not that I condone it but OEM flash makers do need to sort their prices out a bit some of the third party ones are very good and cost a fraction. No need to buy any fake products just use the china flashes and save a fortune.

 on: Today at 10:55:36 AM 
Started by rollsman44 - Last post by barryfitzgerald
I've shot a few micro 4/3 bodies but not for a wedding, however I can see no reason why you would not get the shots and excellent prints subject to being half decent behind the camera. I do use APS-C and have not had problems occasionally using a FF body (35mm) use what you feel suits you best nothing beats enjoying the shoot than using something you don't like

 on: Today at 10:55:26 AM 
Started by maddogmurph - Last post by AlterEgo
How about some other advice - don't be unpleasant.
I am sorry, I read Dale only 20 years ago and it was too late by that time...

 on: Today at 10:50:06 AM 
Started by john beardsworth - Last post by barryfitzgerald
2 problems not every CPU is the same (I use an AMD myself) the other is that LR just isn't pulling the power from these processors (whatever they are) efficiently. I've a 6 core processor and it's spiking up and down with CPU usage during exporting (I can understand it not maxing each core out 100% so as not to kill the pc with other tasks but it's dropping down far too much) That isn't efficient CPU usable and there are newer instructions available that are not being used either.

Adobe need some fresh programmers those who understand multi threaded performance better

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