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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: My haitus September 19, 2017
    Thank you Henry and JB for your kind words and encouragement. I am keeping focus on the 95% that is "working" rather than the 5% that causes me the trouble though often it is frustrating. The support I got/get from my family and friends including the well wishers on the forum has been tremendous and […]
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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: Huntley Meadows - Not Just Birds September 19, 2017
    I like these. My favorite is the leaf because of its simplicity and the bokeh… and because I went hiking this weekend and got hit in the face by bunches of those dangling booby traps. I never thought to stop and take photos of them. From now on I will.SigStatistics: Posted by smulnik — Tue […]
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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: Helping Friends with Short Art Films September 18, 2017
    Just a couple more shots from the mine: working out the composition of the scene, and marking through the choreography.SigStatistics: Posted by smulnik — Mon Sep 18, 2017 9:18 pm
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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: Helping Friends with Short Art Films September 18, 2017
    jbtaylor wrote:Very interesting.Seems odd that in the world of digital imaging that one must trek that far into the earth to find an interesting background. Maybe "feel" has something to do with it.Kindest Regards,JTYes, there's a different "feel", and since these guys are good at finding fee-free locations, shooting on site can be a lot […]
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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: Helping Friends with Short Art Films September 18, 2017
    Almazar80 wrote:... Dancing lead miners? I would not have thought about that.Well, you know... lead poisoning. This particular scene is of a miner's strike and fight. It's kind of like West Side Story where all of the fighting is choreographed dancing.SigStatistics: Posted by smulnik — Mon Sep 18, 2017 8:32 pm
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Using Adobe Bridge/ACR for ‘film looks’ controlled by your Alpha

It’s now easy enough to find camera profiles – image looks created by independent photographers, as Adobe and Sony do not provide any – which make a big difference to raw processing using Adobe Camera Raw or Lightroom. There are also many fine adjustments you can make within these programs, able to customise the image . . . → Read More: Using Adobe Bridge/ACR for ‘film looks’ controlled by your Alpha

Tamron 18-270mm – a hero, but no VC…

After using Sigma’s 18-250mm optically stabilised zoom on Alpha bodies for a year and more, the first thing which strikes about the Tamron 18-270mm for Sony mount is the lack of the VC (Vibration Control) stabiliser found on the same lens made for Canon or Nikon.

Tamron’s lenses come without a case, but with . . . → Read More: Tamron 18-270mm – a hero, but no VC…

DxO for Mac and Alpha 230-380 – plus discount deal

December 2, 2009 – DxO Labs is pleased to announce the immediate availability of DxO Optics Pro v5.3.6 for Mac bringing full compatibility with Apple’s latest operating system Mac OS 10.6 Snow Leopard, and adding RAW support for 15 new cameras: Canon EOS 7D and PowerShot G11; Nikon D300s and D3000; Olympus E3 (Elite edition . . . → Read More: DxO for Mac and Alpha 230-380 – plus discount deal