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 on: July 27, 2015, 06:45:20 PM 
Started by Mark Lindquist - Last post by tektrader
Nora, It only shows the one you have loaded in the printer. If you want to see one of your other profiles. Change the paper loaded in the printer menu in the printer.

I only just figured this out myself.

 on: July 27, 2015, 06:37:11 PM 
Started by DougStocks - Last post by Alan Klein
Both eyes in fact the whole head in focus is best.

 on: July 27, 2015, 06:31:36 PM 
Started by Mike Sellers - Last post by NancyP
Also, your local camera shop or swap might have used heads for sale. And of course eBay has some. Or the forum sale board here? The ideal would be someone who is radically downsizing to a petite camera. Expect to pay $150.00 and up for a good quality full size ball head: Kirk, Markins, Arca-Swiss, RRS, Acratech, Foba, and others - Manfrotto heads are not as sturdy.

 on: July 27, 2015, 06:30:52 PM 
Started by eronald - Last post by DucatiTerminator
BTW, what is a Pentax 645C?

If you're going to troll, at least do it right.  Cheesy

 on: July 27, 2015, 06:29:18 PM 
Started by syuriman - Last post by syuriman

 on: July 27, 2015, 06:28:54 PM 
Started by stamper - Last post by jjj
Plus if you use wide lenses you can be very close to people without them realising they are being photographed.
In this case if using a bulky DSLR with a large w/a zoom lens, people will often incorrectly assume it's a telephoto.

 on: July 27, 2015, 06:26:51 PM 
Started by stamper - Last post by petermfiore
I prefer to hide in plain sight.

The very best hang out, people notice you and then you disappear.


 on: July 27, 2015, 06:25:48 PM 
Started by DougStocks - Last post by jjj
The 'rules' as they are incorrectly called are nothing more than guidelines for those who struggle to see images without help.
Learn the guidelines and then break them whenever it is appropriate.

As far as I am am concerned there is only one rule in photography - get the nearest eye in focus.
The farthest eye being the sharper of the two always looks like a mistake and weakens the photograph.
Both out of focus can work however.

 on: July 27, 2015, 06:23:05 PM 
Started by ashaughnessy - Last post by Mark D Segal

One thing he writes in his article I'm kind of shocked to read is:  <<For printers, you have a custom profile for every paper you use, although you can often get away with one profile for each category of paper (matte, canvas, glossy, etc.)>>

Say what? Seems far from ideal and again, no possibility to properly soft proof.

There is such a range of papers within each of these major categories in principle it can't possibly be true, even before considering the soft-proofing question. But again, what one sees - or not - partly depends on what one is looking at.

 on: July 27, 2015, 06:21:50 PM 
Started by Travis Wallace - Last post by NancyP
Does the 5-way button on the back (the one that says OK) control one of the parameters while in manual mode? I am not a Nikon user. Maybe check the manual again? I know that I have returned to my manual time and again to try some feature I hadn't used or had forgotten about.

You might be best served by also telling us what subjects you like shooting.

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