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 on: Today at 11:58:36 AM 
Started by Sam Chapman - Last post by smthopr
Why not save as .psd?

 on: Today at 11:49:16 AM 
Started by NickCroken - Last post by NickCroken
Ok, I found it.  I was in the custom image package and I needed to be in the single image, contact sheet package. Thank you all for your help.

 on: Today at 11:40:51 AM 
Started by wmchauncey - Last post by AFairley
DP review has a note about a high speed LED "strobe" panel for the cost of a shoe mount flash on its front page right now.  Don't know how near it is to actuality.

 on: Today at 11:40:00 AM 
Started by wmchauncey - Last post by Some Guy
I think Nancy P above has the right idea on going with a Yongnuo speedlight if you want to save a lot money rather than going for some $1,400 Quantum or ProPhoto B1 or B2 for $2K.

You could get a hot shoe coiled PC cord for what you want and not bother with the wireless controls, setup menus and sequencing, and their batteries.  I have a coiled cord on my flash bracket and it actually works easier than the radio trippers and maintains all the TTL and sundry commands off the camera without 18 pages of setup stuff for the wireless units (I own three different wireless radios and they all are fidgety, and the Nikon CLS (infrared light) system is often inoperative in bright sunlight too.)


 on: Today at 11:39:24 AM 
Started by Aphoto - Last post by Aphoto
New price: 3500 Euros, insured shipping included in EU + US (DHL Standard)

 on: Today at 11:39:03 AM 
Started by Mark Ogden - Last post by pcgpcg
....first photographed by Carleton Watkins. You want to talk about gutsy - not only wading into the river, but wading into the river with a 16 x 20" camera and glass plates!
Or we have a different perception of risk nowadays.
Neither. There was no risk then. Until recently there was no logjam and thousands of people walked back in there in the summer, when the water is low and it's not raining.
When Lik took his photo (2010) there was a logjam and it was raining.

Edit: "Allure" was taken sometime after 2010.

 on: Today at 11:38:18 AM 
Started by JimAscher - Last post by AFairley

Seems to combine the worst aspects of optical RF and EVF?  The Fuji T1 and E2 have something like this, though the methodology is different and IMO does not work that well.

 on: Today at 11:37:10 AM 
Started by Rajan Parrikar - Last post by AFairley
Everyone dumps on the Oly menus, but ignores that the reason they are like that is that the camera is highly highly highly configurable to a particular shooters preferences/needs, AND that that configuration can then be saved (all parameters, not a subset like in the Nikon implementation that makes the feature essentially useless) for quick recall.  I'll go with the Oly menus over any other manufacturers any day.

 on: Today at 11:37:05 AM 
Started by NickCroken - Last post by NickCroken
What you've been talking about has not been clear enough for us (at least me) to respond correctly.  Your last post clears things up, I think/hope.  You can do what I think you want easily.

Example.....a 3x7 ratio image that I want to print on 5x7 paper.  I go to the print module.  I select 5x7 paper.  Under Image Settings on the right of the print module, turn Zoom to Fit  OFF  and Rotate to Fit  ON.

I set Layout with smallest margins my printer will accept (0.13").   Cell size is 6.75 x 4.75.

I get my exact 3x7 ratio image, without any cropping, with 0.13 margins on the top/bottom ie, 6.75" image and 1.05 " margins on the sides, ie, 2.89" image.   

I think your problem has been that you've had Zoom to Fit checked ON.

On larger paper size, assuming you want actual 5" or 7" as the controlling dimension, simply choose 5' x 7" Cell size.  It would print, for example, a SQUARE image at 5" x 5" centered in that cell with a 1" margin at one of the opposite ends.  It would print a 1x7 ratio image at 1" x 7" if you have Rotate to Fit checked, with 2" margin against the 1" image width.

If I've understood correctly what you want to do, does this clear it up for you?


This is exactly it Brad! I don't have a zoom to fit option to uncheck though.  All I have is the rotate to fit and lock photo to aspect ratio boxes.

 on: Today at 11:31:45 AM 
Started by Centauri - Last post by AFairley
I found the IQ of the E-M5 surprisingly close to the D800e, at least on 17x22 prints.  Yes there is a difference, but it does not jump out at you.  However the Oly files required much more care in PP to get there than the Nikon's.

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