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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: Weather Today-In Your Vicinity/2017 February 20, 2017
    the_hefay wrote:Thanks David.And Sury, I think you're absolutely correct about my mind. I thought I lost my mind. I went outside and thought it was 80F, and this being February, I knew that couldn't be true.It was only 78F/26C. Of course, not it's getting colder. It's already down to 75F/24C. DustyStatistics: Posted by Dusty — […]
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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: From my recent trip to Cambodia February 20, 2017
    Yildiz,Thank you and the link is appreciated. It is a pity that such actions are taken. I have seen itquite often in India too. Unfortunately, it is often too late we realize the severity of theseactions. On a positive note, Siem Reap province seems to be very proactive in preserving andeven restoring these temples. They […]
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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: From my recent trip to Cambodia February 20, 2017
    .Hi Sury;A great series on Cambodia's cultural heritage and daily life. I was reading the other day that Cambodia was losing some of its most significant limestone cliffs that house some of World's most wonderful natural caves and carved temples with the natural fauna they secured because they were being pulvarized to make concrete. All […]
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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: From my recent trip to Cambodia February 19, 2017
    Thank you DA. It was a wonderful trip. We walked quite a bit every day and inEvening go to Pub Street have a pint or two,Get a foot massage to relax. The routine wasVery enjoyable.Statistics: Posted by sury — Sun Feb 19, 2017 8:05 pm
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  • Digital Workflow and PP • Re: Adobe Bridge CC DAM is free to everyone February 19, 2017
    I read something today that I didn't realize. Adobe Camera Raw is included with Bridge and it can be used directly from Bridge without Photoshop. Anyone done this? Sounds interesting. Lightroom is basically a DAM + ACR integrated together for a pretty nice workflow. I have been using Lightroom for more than 5 years. I […]
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My new Sony 85mm…

With extremely expensive Sony-fit 85mm lenses in abundance and beyond my (economically sensible) reach, I’ve done good commercial work last year on the Canon 85mm f/1.8 USM and later the Sony 85mm f/2.8 SAM on A7RII. Some of my work relies on showing close-up details with strong differential focus, and hardly any lenses are free . . . → Read More: My new Sony 85mm…

Low-cost macro for the A7 series

It’s been a while since my last review of Sony products here, and not because I have been inactive. The truth is that I’ve spent so much on Sony kit 24/7 working has been necessary, including a good few reviews and tests of the A7RII and lenses appearing elsewhere. It’s a real issue, I now . . . → Read More: Low-cost macro for the A7 series

Sharp vintage glass – and subject

Twenty years ago I was operating one of the first full service digital photo studios in the world. I had already published, back in 1986, the world’s first desktop published commercial periodicals and won the UK Printing Industries Research Association inaugural DTP Awards, in 1987, for this. We’d bought the first Apple laser printer in . . . → Read More: Sharp vintage glass – and subject

A vintage Minolta 16mm kit

A mention of 16mm Minoltas reminded me that a few years ago I found a perfect kit – without outer box or instructions, sadly – at an antique fair. A daylight developing tank for the film turned up in the closing-down stock from Konica Minolta’s warehouse. I decided they should really find a new home . . . → Read More: A vintage Minolta 16mm kit