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Enlarging Photos

If you read megapixels for dots per inch you can see what you need.12x8 needs 8.6mega pixels to print out at 300dpi.Print at 200dpi and you need 3.84 Mega pixels.Normally...
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21/03/2004 - 10:34 AM
By tonyb55

Which Filters?

Appy Birthday ;D
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12/02/2007 - 11:29 PM
By User_Removed

Scan mode information

The only reason for using CMYK would be if you were using a postscript printer. Most people don't.
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18/03/2004 - 12:18 PM
By keithh
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Canon 17-40mm f4 L

Hi Just to let you know i have this lens and its fantastic, so crisp and sharp. It was my first expensive lens i purchased, and it was worth every bit of cash i spent....
In Taking photos by actionman | Page: 1, 2
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20/03/2006 - 9:21 AM
By scott_jessuk

Compact Flash Speed Question

The question and most of the answers are still valid, if you allow for the technical advances!
In Digital cameras by stteve | Page: 1, 2
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19/07/2010 - 10:34 AM
By thewilliam

City and guilds photography or BTEC

Silly question, but where can I find out more details on what course are available.
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26/03/2004 - 3:13 PM
By strawman

Niccroad & richard862 - happy birthday :...

Happy birthday Nic and Richard :D have a great day ..
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18/03/2004 - 12:22 AM
By SuziBlue

Victim?

I'm pretty new here and wouldnt dream off putting something in such a way-there are ways to word things and if you dont like a pic then dont comment rather than put somet...
In General Photography discussion by balveda | Page: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
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30/03/2004 - 11:16 PM
By bikemad

300D and Studio Flash

Thanks David. Got my exposure and light falling on the subject mixed up. Should have said - decrease the amount of light falling on the subject, so need to increase the...
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21/03/2004 - 12:12 PM
By scotdiver

Jollies in the Lake District

Bill, sorry, my misunderstanding !! I didn't mean to imply it was the IR image in question, just that it was the boathouse in question. 8^) Since I linked to my ow...
In Taking photos by jimthistle73 | Page: 1, 2
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19/03/2004 - 6:14 PM
By Phoenix

Cleaning the image sensor on a Canon 300...

Just checked it out Brian and thank you and it is publicly now known I am a dud lol. You would think it would be mentioned somewhere, but the way I do things it probably ...
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17/03/2004 - 10:48 PM
By hiway

HELP!! Is there a way I can lock my Fav...

Well, here we go. Time for famous last words. I think that I am sorted now. My Explorer seems clear of baddies. My e-mail seems to be back online and working normally...
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19/03/2004 - 12:42 AM
By Anthony

Will - as something gone wrong with the ...

Any news on the old chestnut - a " visitor counter" on each of your own photos? I would really like to know how many people have been in to mine. Has this been ...
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22/03/2004 - 6:26 PM
By a11sus

RGB or CMYK, 8bits or 16 bits

Pat Have to disagree with you. You most certainly do [b]not/b] have to be in Adobe RGB 1998 mode to use PS. Adobe 1998 RGB is an ICC Profile and has nothing to do with...
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30/03/2004 - 12:21 PM
By User_Removed

8mm camcorder to DVD

Thanks everyone, though it does sound rather complicated now! No wonder these firms charge a lot!
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18/03/2004 - 1:59 PM
By laura16

Which Lenses For a Fuji S2 Pro (For a Ne...

The 18 - 35 Nikkor's a wicked lens - far sharper than the Sigma and not much dearer new or s/h. I had the 17 - 35 Sigma before this and it was nowhere near as good. A ...
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20/03/2004 - 11:52 PM
By seabloke

Will - why have you never uploaded any p...

Jas - Waist before lunch 33, after lunch 36! Is this a waist of time? LOL jas
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19/03/2004 - 1:26 PM
By Just Jas

Canon PowerShot A30

Hi Daniel, The A30 will take any type 1 Compactflash card. (but not type 2) Some would say that cards from the better known manufacturers will be more reliable. Personal...
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21/03/2004 - 6:16 PM
By jonjeds

Cross Proccessing

Hey guys, Start of by bracketing under & over exposing by 2 stops. You will be amazed at the difference in results. There is a lot of trial and error involved but ...
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22/03/2004 - 10:29 AM
By thefizz

Um

Glad to be able to help :)
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18/03/2004 - 10:25 AM
By collinf

C41 Process Black & White Film

What you need to do is ensure the work is NOT printed on colour paper ,you need toi ask your lab to print it on Kodak Portra black and white paper(not portra colour!) . ...
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22/03/2004 - 2:11 PM
By dave pike

Black & White Processing

Boots still do B&W 35mm processing, but not MF. I have used the Ilford mailers for 35mm. I get them from 7DayShop together with the film. Just anticipate your need...
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20/03/2004 - 6:42 PM
By Just Jas

Colours seem to block when saving as jpe...

This may or may not be the same problem... Earlier this week I found that if I opened a file from ePHOTOzine in Paintshop Pro, the colours blocked up, again as if I only...
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17/03/2004 - 3:55 PM
By sophiehw

Click???

Its also much quicker,and allows me to get through more images. i know its nice to get a comment, I love them too. But, with there being so many new images every hour, ...
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17/03/2004 - 2:52 PM
By Anthony

How to resize???

Hiya Neil, this question has been asked loads of times, if you search the forum on 'resize' I think you should find all the information you need. By the way, have a lo...
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17/03/2004 - 2:22 PM
By flossie

Best Comment ??

My mother (who was a 'natural' at photography) was rather critical of my efforts. She used to say to me: "You always get over-excited when you have a camera in your ...
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17/03/2004 - 5:08 PM
By Carabosse

Creating a New Topic

Looks like there is only one link a small banner type link at the top of the forum index page, wasn't obvious to me how to create a new topic, I'm obviously not a whizz k...
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17/03/2004 - 1:54 PM
By railton

Canon ProExposure 2004

Hi Barrie, Mine arrived today. Although I'd love to attend the London one, the timings (10am-2pm, and 4-7pm) just aren't convenient for me. I very much doubt I could get...
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18/03/2004 - 11:03 AM
By tim franklin

White balance for schools photography

Yes it could be more of a problem. I'd go for the grey card then and still set custom white balance
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17/03/2004 - 1:20 PM
By User_Removed

Which Compact Digital Camera?

Hi, Thanks for the advice - have gone for a Canon Ixus I - seems to have all the features I need, plus is very small (perfect for getting in and out of pockets) - the bu...
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25/03/2004 - 4:45 PM
By TimWest

Darkroom Tuition

Vince, you dnt say were in the South of England you live, but if its near to Crawley, we have avery good camera club with a fully equipt, darkroom, and digital lab as wel...
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20/03/2004 - 6:38 PM
By scallywag

Histogram training examples

Www.globalphotosite.com/Classroompages/digitalexposure.htm Is a good guide as well (strangely enough also contains the larry bolch tutorial reference). Enjoy P
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17/03/2004 - 7:11 PM
By EOSPETE

Problems with the brush tools.

2 for the price of 1, not bad! :0)
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17/03/2004 - 12:52 PM
By digicammad

Canvas Wrap Around Prints

I too have just checked my colour calibration and have realised that my screen is brighter or at least more contrasty than it should be (but not by a great amount), I hav...
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19/03/2004 - 9:16 PM
By pj.morley

London Wetland Centre

OK Kit, your on. PS - I cut them out of magazines!!! Matt
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17/03/2004 - 5:25 PM
By mattw

External Metering with deep red filter

Thanks for replies - I shall be experimenting madly. Might write off a film in the name of testing. It also struck me that I could place the filter in front of my nikon...
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17/03/2004 - 10:16 AM
By jimthistle73

Gold reflector

Lastolite ones are pretty good - they fold down quite small too
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17/03/2004 - 9:13 AM
By FrankThomas

Lighting Techniques for High Key Portrai...

Have you posted one of the failures ?? without looking at one, it's a bit difficult to say what the problem might be
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17/03/2004 - 9:16 AM
By FrankThomas

HP photo imaging software produces ghost...

Steve - Many thanks. It works - great!
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18/03/2004 - 10:48 PM
By dickprobus

Lighting Techniques for High Key Portrai...

I've found that if the images aren't quite bright given the whole hi key thing try using photoshop levels and curves to help sort it out. Here is an example: exampl...
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19/03/2004 - 12:46 PM
By rburress_uk

Scanning

Philip - I have a Minolta, so don't know whether the NIKON has an equivalent function. before scanning I can look at the histogram, and then manually adjust the overall E...
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18/03/2004 - 9:32 AM
By alfpics

Link to my website

Going further off topic but if you ever want to get your pictures on mugs/mousemats/teashirts or jigsaw puzzles take a look at www.shopdonkey.co.uk/ its free to set up a...
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17/03/2004 - 2:55 PM
By lobsterboy

Silly Idea Time

Uploaded my contribution this morning now filling the Guinness family's bank account with another contribution or ten! lol
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17/03/2004 - 8:53 PM
By answersonapostcard

Color test page for comparing ink brands...

Hi Yes, I run a few head cleaning cycles plus a page or two before doing a test page. I was tryingto keep it short. Thanks
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16/03/2004 - 9:37 PM
By ellis.b7

Rapidly running out of space

And up to date too
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19/04/2004 - 6:49 PM
By FrankThomas

Cf card speed

Barrie,rich_f I've been using this microdrive for well over a year its had knocks and bangs been dropped and all is fine. Concerning speed my experience is that whilst ...
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18/03/2004 - 11:46 PM
By digitalcaptive

Right size, no upload?

I had this trouble at first.... when I save my images I scale them to the desited pixel size then always go to 'save for web', I optimize the image to the required size,...
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17/03/2004 - 9:07 AM
By snapper10d

Software for 16 bit film scans

Photoshop 5.0LE (Elements predecessor bundled with some scanners etc) has some limited capability with 16-bit - like cropping, curves and levels. Also as Railton has sug...
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18/03/2004 - 9:51 AM
By alfpics

Which flash and light meter

I have an EOS30 and i bought a Sigma EF-500 DG ST which cost me about 150 (I Think )Have a look at THIS site There price's are Very compatible. Phil
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17/03/2004 - 9:52 AM
By Phil-LS

Renovating a Ricoh 500G..hopefully...

Try here Ceri
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16/03/2004 - 8:18 PM
By c_evans99

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