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Polarising Acetate

Thanks guys see what you mean about the mortgage Barry..
02/04/2004 - 7:20 PM
By trahern

Anyone used Bhphotovideo?

Thanks guys for the information.
05/04/2004 - 9:12 AM
By mishamit

What are we called?

A Perfection of photographers ? :) (as in seeking...my case never finding!)
05/04/2004 - 7:50 PM
By watters66
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New contributor

Hi Terry!
03/04/2004 - 6:25 PM
By peterkin

Exposure metering techniques for laymen

Hi Ron, if that is the case then it shouldn't be too hard to tweak the theory a bit so we use 1/3 (or even 1/2) stops rather than 1/4 stops if accuracy is required. Like...
08/04/2004 - 7:26 AM
By mikeyc71

Any Answers ?

Jonjeds - Quite often, I find, that when you start trying that bit harder the pictures seem to get worse. This is because you are consciously thinking about making an eff...
03/04/2004 - 2:00 AM
By Just Jas


Thanks Ron. I must admit I've started thinking if I get a TC I will buy the Minolta ATC-100. It is only 1.5x but at least has been matched to the A1/A2. Ian
19/04/2004 - 4:02 PM
By digicammad

Fun Friday Flutter!

Michelle - yep! I spread my bets, but fortunately put 3 on the winner - spent it all last night on a meal out, but that's how it goes! Katie
In Light-hearted chat by tj | Page: 1, 2
04/04/2004 - 7:26 PM
By KatieR

Computer Software for Olympus D490Z digi...

Thanks Barry - will go and explore it now. Mari
02/04/2004 - 10:12 PM
By Mari


LOL aj ;-) I can second Brian's recommendation - I also got a competition result out of the first batch I had done by Microquiz. The judge ended the evening saying th...
10/04/2004 - 7:36 AM
By chris.maddock

Britain in Love Comp

Well done Miles. and a great shot too. Adam.
In Freelance by Miles Herbert | Page: 1, 2
06/04/2004 - 8:03 AM
By adamburton

ND Grads

Hi Harry, I think thats about right yes, but if you meter BEFORE applying the filter, you would not have meter for the bottom half. Mike
In Taking photos by hazzeryoda | Page: 1, 2
04/04/2004 - 12:01 PM
By mikeyc71

Performers Portfolios

Hi I do a lot of work for a leading performing arts company (Youngstars) and I have shot portraits and general shots for them and their students. Go to the followin...
05/04/2004 - 7:50 AM
By lucybear

Landscaping bits and bobs

If I can get some sky and foreground like you've managed then I'll be well pleased A
04/04/2004 - 9:25 PM
By andrewfyfe

Sharpening basics

It's ok - I don't have photoshop or anything like it, I am just interested in the theory and process for now. Thanks for your help. I'll just take the "High Pass&q...
In Digital imaging by KatieR | Page: 1, 2
02/04/2004 - 7:53 AM
By KatieR

Square format

Don't forget the classical "Golden Mean" is 1.618:1 .... just a little wider than 3:2 and a little narrower than widescreen TV.
01/04/2004 - 4:09 PM
By Carabosse

Photo paper recommendations

If you are getting poor quality make sure that your printer settings are set for the type of paper you are printing on it can have a huge difference. I use Jessops photo...
In Digital imaging by burns | Page: 1, 2
11/04/2004 - 5:28 PM
By Bryn_Jones

Black 300D

No offence taken, i was just putting a little light heartedness to the forum. With ref to not being able to get a black one. Regards Alan
In Digital cameras by jonjeds | Page: 1, 2
03/04/2004 - 1:42 PM
By alzeepark

Photoshop Elements 2.0

Go to the Window menu and click on Layers to bring up the palette. If that doesn't work go into Windows and click on Reset Palettes Location.
01/04/2004 - 11:31 AM
By davidc

Canon 10D in stock anywhere?

I bought one last week from www.suebeezbest.co.uk which was delivered next day. Also bought a fisheye lens from them on Ebay too. Again delivered next day.
In Digital cameras by sean | Page: 1, 2
14/04/2004 - 12:32 PM
By jimmyczz

Image sizes

Thanks guys. So, basically I can reduce the resolution to 200dpi or so and still get great results. Just after writing this I found a technique article on the very subje...
01/04/2004 - 4:42 PM
By clarkycat

Are there any S2's in stock...Anywhere

Enjoy! Guys!! jas
In Digital cameras by bayesp | Page: 1, 2
03/04/2004 - 8:28 PM
By Just Jas

Email disguise

I've been using gmail for a month now. It's excellent for subscribing to news letters and subscription services. The ads are so unobtrusive, if you're used to google you ...
16/06/2004 - 8:55 AM
By kit-monster

Domain registration 'con'

I know this strain refers to a telephone call but it might be worth noting that if the scam/con comes in via email the Met police are interested in collecting info. Just...
01/04/2004 - 3:23 PM
By geoffmclark

Ilford film

If you use a film scanner this is the only black & white film that will work with 'digital ICE' and other automatic dust /scratch removal tools.
01/04/2004 - 8:37 AM
By redsnappa

Why bother to take a photo?

I did'nt take up photography it took me up.My wife and i were going on one of those once in a lifetime holidays to Sorrento in Italy,the Amalfi coast,Capri,Pompei,oh the ...
04/04/2004 - 3:42 PM
By bill j

Scandal with member

Warb - we wouldn't presume!! LOL jas
In ePHOTOzine discussion by Pete | Page: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
03/04/2004 - 2:17 AM
By Just Jas

Is this the coolest gadget ever?

Question being would it be legal to use it whilst driving to work?????
03/04/2004 - 8:30 AM
By darla

"Red herrings found off Norfolk coast"

The BMW ad was very good it was the picture of the chicken in the oven on the dash that gave it away. I wonder how many calls they got.
01/04/2004 - 3:31 PM
By trahern

New pics on website

David, looks fine to me! ;-) On the gallery page, I find the thumbnails too small for my taste, but apart from that, it's fine.
01/04/2004 - 9:04 AM
By agoreira

Removeing parts of Files

In add and remove I have parts of files that have been left behind because I deleted the original file with the delete key, can anyone tell me how I can clear these out, ...
31/03/2004 - 8:41 PM
By freds

Editors Choice

Don't forget that the end target (or customer)of professional photographers is generally ordinary people, most of whom aren't photographers. Wedding photos have to app...
09/04/2004 - 12:57 PM
By Just Jas

Circular Polarisers - are they really ne...

Cambirder ...I have not noticed if they work or do not work on my 5700 ... I just use them to cut down reflections of sunlight. AF works much the same as without them be...
01/04/2004 - 4:35 AM
By nikon5700ite

Anyone returned an item to 7 day shop

I ordered a 128MB Compactflash Card - they sent me a 56mB card instead. I returned this after receiving return instructions by email. I received the same card again. But ...
31/03/2004 - 8:25 PM
By autarky

Selling prints

Thanks Dave.
31/03/2004 - 8:06 PM
By Firebaby

Cheaper to repair or buy new

You could get a 70-300 APO for around 100 used which would give a litte extra length and better optics. There are plenty on e-Bay.
31/03/2004 - 4:45 PM
By whippetrider

Which digital camera?

You have to do some post processing work using software like Neat Image to get rid of noise.
04/04/2004 - 8:22 PM
By Carabosse

Macro Lens for a D100

The one beginning with con is probably the Consina 100mm macro.
04/04/2004 - 4:06 PM
By Chris_H

Insuring my camera

Mine was the same as yours Jason! Up to 2,000 was my cover, but a new lens pushed it comfortably over that! Upped it to 3,000 for pennies really. Frank
02/04/2004 - 8:58 PM
By agoreira

12 midnight upload

I don't think it matters what time you post a picture, I just post when I have one lol...
In ePHOTOzine discussion by a11sus | Page: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
21/06/2005 - 11:21 PM
By User_Removed

Free wedding photography

Actually I couldn't afford a 1GB udrive for my S602Z - which was a popular camera with epzers in those early days. Which is why I never had one. (The S602Z hasn't s...
17/05/2011 - 12:29 PM
By Just Jas

Give yourself an EC

This is a bit difficult for Pete. The EC is given for a pic that Pete personally likes. He must like his own pics or he wouldn't have taken them! jas
18/10/2004 - 6:01 PM
By Just Jas

Johnjohn01 and goo_mason .. step forward...

Sorry it's a bit late girls don't get nearly as much time on here as I need. Thanks for the greetings. John
31/03/2004 - 12:19 PM
By johnjohn01

D100 - TTl flash

Can't afford 300 on a flash at the moment but take your point. The flashes do work but you can't use the TTL function.
31/03/2004 - 5:43 PM
By seabloke

Barrie Harwood in EOS magazine.

Congrats Barrie - being a leopard (and Canon) fan, I have admired this shot of yours since I first saw it on your website. Rather rudely, I haven't even had time (shockin...
31/03/2004 - 12:08 PM
By afromac

Film Development

It may also be worth looking at your exposure - in my experience underexposed negs will show greater grain than correctly exposed negs. Ceri
31/03/2004 - 9:27 AM
By c_evans99

Hire a studio in London

You might want to have a look at Beehive in Camden. Cheers Robert
31/03/2004 - 9:47 AM
By scotdiver

Saving these web pages

Suzi, Thank you so much! I just can't get over how addictive it all is - AND how generous everyone can be here! SUSAN
30/03/2004 - 9:56 PM
By a11sus

The Addition Of A 'Music / Sound' Photo ...

Thats what i did, specialist.
30/03/2004 - 9:38 PM
By benmcmahon

How do you soften the edges of a picture...

In PhotoShop 7, select the marquee rectangular or other and roughly select the area to start the soft edge from. Choose "selection\feather" from the menu bar...
30/03/2004 - 7:31 PM
By bppowell

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