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 on: Today at 02:22:07 AM 
Started by Rainer SLP - Last post by LesPalenik
Out of respect to both publications and striving to maintain the high standards to which all readers are accustomed to, the previously shown substandard image in my previous post was removed. Next time, I'll remember to set the camera to faster shutter speed.

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 on: Today at 02:16:47 AM 
Started by gdh - Last post by gdh
Note that in the last image, the silver colored rear lens flange shows virtually no wear, scrapes or scratches.  Used very very lightly.

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 on: Today at 02:14:49 AM 
Started by rebadurchee - Last post by bernie west
On my photoshop I used to have a little Nik window that sat over PS.  But it's disappeared with the new PS CC update.  I got the plugins back by transferring them from the old PS plugin folder to the new one, but the little Nik window hasn't showed up.  Any idea how I get it back?

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 on: Today at 01:53:39 AM 
Started by Chris Barrett - Last post by Yelhsa
.. I don't think any of this is worth the time we've spent on it...  
Photography for me, Chris, is very much about making money from what I do as a photographer - so I guess that is why I ask others so many questions about the business side of things.
And so when someone like yourself or another professional photographer who I respect, says they are changing their gear, I'm more interested in how that will effect the amount of money that they will make in the future, than I am in hearing about the gear itself.

"Amateurs talk about equipment, Pros talk about money, Masters talk about light" - type of thing.

So since I still haven't yet quite figured out how this decision you have made here, is going to make you more money - since you only seem to charge for 'your time' and not for the gear you use, and using this new system may mean it won't take you as long to shoot stuff, etc, etc - then I'm really curious to know why you (as a professional photographer) felt this was the right thing for you to do, from a business point of view.

Now if you had said you just charge for 'the use of your work' instead - and you felt that this new bit of gear would either help you produce more images that others would want to use or that it would help you produce the type of images which others would want to use a lot more, i.e. they will want you to tick more boxes here on this Licence to use document after seeing the results - or even both - then I could see the logic behind your decision here, as to why this new bit of gear may help you achieve that.

Spend more to help you make more, rather than spend more to help you earn less - type of thing.

Anyway, time to move on as you say - so I look forward to seeing how this decision you have made pans-out over the next few years - so over & out for now  Smiley

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 on: Today at 01:41:29 AM 
Started by luxborealis - Last post by Petrus
Quickly looking at the first post my reaction was "not art", move on. After looking at the artist's site I reverse my opinion. They do work as series, and actually brings feelings of warm deja-vu of my college days 40 years ago. Compositional details from around the house, done in B&W, of course. I still have them somewhere in old photo paper boxes. Even had some of them in young artist's curated exhibitions at the time.

I did not turn out to become an artist, though. But life was, and is, good…

So Alison, keep your eyes open, they are good ones...


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 on: Today at 01:07:28 AM 
Started by AS1 - Last post by AS1
Well after about 10 days of on and off use of the 17 lens it seems to be going on more easily....still feels a bit tight, but I'm more comfortable with it now. Seems to be ok....
Thanks for all the suggestions,
Alan.

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 on: Today at 01:05:16 AM 
Started by pwatkins - Last post by Schewe
Just out of interest. What were you guys drinking?

Not sure...but it was bought by my wife from Binnies (a large wine store near my studio) with the criteria of Wine Spectator 90+ and under $20 (I really trust my friend Jim Laube). There's usually at least 1/2 dozen+ to be found at Binnies.

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 on: Today at 12:52:32 AM 
Started by pwatkins - Last post by DaveCurtis
Yes, I had a few 'teething problems' too. However now all sorted.

I must say the LR video is great. Well done guys!

I'll have a red wine tonight in celebration!

Just out of interest. What were you guys drinking?

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 on: Today at 12:51:32 AM 
Started by Enda Cavanagh - Last post by LesPalenik
Enda, I went on your website to view the first one larger. And the reason was that the shadows seemed screwy. And, yes, they are going several different directions so the image is not cohesive. I like #2.

I like also #2 best, followed by #3. Not necessarily because of the monochrome treatment, but for the free and wild shapes of trees. 
 

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 on: Today at 12:51:00 AM 
Started by mueller123 - Last post by mueller123
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