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TFP - what does it mean?

Cheers Barrie
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09/04/2004 - 12:23 PM
By kate_dew

Various Unknown Filters

Ive used the tungsten filter before(when using ordinary film), but had much better results using tungsten film and no filter.
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10/04/2004 - 11:55 AM
By omh debs

What laptop?

A-P-P-L-E GO NO FURTHER
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10/04/2004 - 7:30 PM
By funkeldink
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The Next Generation of Photographers....

My god, thats grim. my daughter came into the room a while ago, with some blood showing under her nose, so I said, "Fliss, you have a nose bleed, are you ok?"...
7
09/04/2004 - 4:00 PM
By Anthony

Development of new style

Sometimes Brian these things just fall into place when you least expect them to. I find trying to hard can become frustrating and it's better to let things follow there...
5
09/04/2004 - 4:14 PM
By Bernie

So how does one have an exhibition

Yes - I had an exhibition at Visions which cost a lot of money and I got very little out of it apart from promises. People that buy photography in usually get inundate...
8
10/04/2004 - 11:22 AM
By mad-dogs

What Flash for a Fuji S2 Pro

Many thanks for all your comments hopefully i can come to a desicion soon. Cheers Richard
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11/04/2004 - 5:29 PM
By richsaunders

Camera Shake

Thanks for the replies, technically it seems camera shake is no worse on a like for like basis, but more likely to be a function of your camera and picture taking skills....
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09/04/2004 - 6:10 PM
By nigel-9sw

Happy Easter

The same to you Gordon. Hope the time is peaceful for you :D
1
09/04/2004 - 8:05 AM
By SuziBlue

Does Anything Ever Happen in Bath??

Royal Victoria Park can be good fun, especially in the evenings as more often than not weather permitting you will usually see some hot air balloons taking off from here....
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16/07/2004 - 6:14 PM
By Ade_Osman

The problem with unproven technology!

So far I have used a Sigma 105mm Macro, Sigma 70 - 300 APO, and the Sigma 50 - 500 APO on my D70 with no problems at all. The only glitch I had was with a Fuji 256mb CF c...
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08/04/2004 - 9:13 PM
By Miles Herbert

OK so this is me begging!

Hi there to everyone who helped - just to let you know the coursework is all handed in now and no more to be done. Just have to wait til August to see what the result is....
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03/05/2004 - 10:23 PM
By a11sus

Happy Easter

Happy Easter everyone, lets hope for some nice weather.
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08/04/2004 - 10:29 PM
By naturenut

Seeing specific camera model images on E...

We have had a similar discussion HERE Looking at tiny - 500x375 (60k) - pics taken, on the same model of camera, by photographers of varying experience and ability wou...
5
08/04/2004 - 4:45 PM
By Carabosse

Adaptors

Sherwoods have em for 17. Doug
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11/04/2004 - 4:20 PM
By dougv

Studio starter

You're a star, Keith. Ill take a look now.
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09/04/2004 - 9:58 PM
By niamh

Canon 300D in Hong Kong / China?

Check the search box Steven and you will find lots of links on this subject... Basic things are: 1. Yes it will probably be cheaper but you may be slammed with cust...
1
08/04/2004 - 4:30 PM
By tezza

Pro colour 35mm flim??

Portra's nice, if you're at all nervous I'd either try and blag your way into the church/registry office first for a recce and suss how well lit the "key" shots...
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08/04/2004 - 7:01 PM
By seabloke

Nikon serial numbers

If its a D1 Type it will have the number on the back lower left hand side under the screen and a small flap, also all Nikon lenses and Sigma are serial numberd Check wit...
3
08/04/2004 - 5:37 PM
By peterpope

Thrilling thursday

Well i've one all the work i was supposed to. well, its been fun. time to get back to the real world. happy easter katie, steve, matt, answersonapostcard, pete, ed,...
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08/04/2004 - 1:27 PM
By michaeldt

Five Celebrations

Hippo bathday
2
08/04/2004 - 11:33 AM
By alansnap

Merry Christmas.

"No they were probabily still up!!" You're probably right! They are not known for going to bed early, that's for sure! I'm sure we beat them to bed most night...
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10/04/2004 - 8:17 AM
By agoreira

Giving comments; Where are we aming for?

I find it really helps to ask for feedback every upload. also if you're really stuck just put an attention grabber in the title, like "help please" and peopl...
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08/06/2004 - 12:16 AM
By noseprints

Light Meter - Help required

Most light meters work in the same way. On the face you should have a guage, perhaps with green, under exposure to red for over. In the very top, or 12 o'clock position s...
2
08/04/2004 - 8:41 AM
By gibbsy

Help requested on how to shot Kingfisher...

You might like to have a look at some pictures I have taken from my boat on the Norfolk Broads of a pair of Kingfishers. http://www.the-norfolk-broads.co.uk/viewmessages...
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25/02/2006 - 3:19 AM
By ncsl

Tips for starting in digital photography

Thanks to all of you who have so kindly responded. Presently my situation regarding getting the HP Photosmart 733 could change. I won't have the funds to get it ere I l...
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12/04/2004 - 4:39 AM
By good_eye58

Updated website

John - I thought all the links worked perfectly. I got where I expected to be, and back again ok. Not always like this on some sites I've looked at. jas
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08/04/2004 - 1:01 PM
By Just Jas

Nikon Capture, only for Nikons?

As far as I remember (from the old days when I used Nikon dSLRs), it only supports Nikons RAW format (NEF). Further - it only supports NEF files created by a Nikon ca...
1
08/04/2004 - 1:59 AM
By User_Removed

Cheap macro set up

I was playing with a reversed 50mm on the following lenses attached to my 300D today: - Tamron 90mm f2.8 - canon kit lens - sigma 70 -300 results: - Tamron - e...
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13/05/2004 - 9:18 PM
By brian1208

Drawing coloured lines

Assuming you mean the ones on the card, just go to your Gradient tool, click on the new gradient and create one in the gradient editor, picking the colours you like. Then...
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07/04/2004 - 11:00 PM
By Pete

Print cartridge dates

My pleasure - jas
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08/04/2004 - 1:28 PM
By Just Jas

Hello

Thanks alot for your suggestion. and yes it really helped me. and it worked fine. check out my first two photos . www.ephotozine.com/user.cfm?user=18699
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Help

I need help a.s.a.p i have a problem i want to open a vidio but i cant because it says i need more virtual memory where do i get virtual memory is it ram or the vidio car...
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07/07/2004 - 10:23 PM
By onion taster

Storing equipment

Ah - wise words Frank. Mine could do with a vacuum, now you come to mention it. I will probably be one of the weird accident statistics in the "most avoidable inju...
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08/04/2004 - 9:00 PM
By KatieR

OZ Images

Tony I would do a search for other threads on this site with regard to Stock Images. To summarise - most stock agencies operate in one of two ways (some offer both ...
1
07/04/2004 - 12:52 PM
By User_Removed

BFP For Beginners?

Hi Mike, Thanks very much for the advice, I'll browse through some of the other threads. I'll probably do as you suggested and join the BFP first and see how the sales...
2
08/04/2004 - 10:35 PM
By ibishop

How do I reduce files to less than 50k?

Thanks Ian and Boyd, With your input I finally figured that one out. I can get back to posting again without being reminded by the editors about pic size !!
3
22/04/2004 - 1:49 AM
By krishna

Happy Birthday Mavis Dean

Thanks Little Jo .Every thing is so time consuming and I have a garden full of weeds. Hugs Mavis
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14/04/2004 - 7:07 AM
By Mavis

Oops!

I had too many nightmares about all of life's losses last night. It is such a comfort knowing that I can sleep well tonight. All is well again in the world. EPZ lives.
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08/04/2004 - 4:31 AM
By billma

Focusing distances

Many thanks for your detailed explanation Stephen - I understand. Given that filters are less expensive than tubes I think I'll give them a go. James
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07/04/2004 - 4:42 PM
By jamesw

Olympus C750UZ Adaptors

Hi Cliff! Try www.srbfilm.co.uk. I bought mine some 4 months ago, black in color, price 9.99. also bought a UV filter 55mm to fit. SRB call them stepping sleeves...
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08/04/2004 - 7:33 PM
By toxin

Neat Image 4 now available

Thanks for the heads up, can't wait to get home and try it. Ian
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07/04/2004 - 11:43 AM
By digicammad

Canon Canoscan 2700F

Oh aye, and it should be as simple as that ;-)
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08/04/2004 - 9:03 AM
By robs

Feathering not available?

If you are using the Vignette action, provided by PS,you will find it in two places, in the default actions folder and also the frames folder. Try both, to see if it runs...
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08/04/2004 - 8:28 PM
By tva

Scanning canvas oil painting

Anything like that which is too fragile or awkward is done on a digi camera at the place where i work. Results are excellent. Flatbed scans are becoming a thing of the pa...
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08/04/2004 - 10:59 PM
By nordical

What exacly is a "pancake lens"?

Just wanted to say thanks to you both for your replies! I have checked the sides. Both have very interesteing info! Take care and have a Happy Easter.
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09/04/2004 - 9:06 PM
By lmarques

Interesting locations.....

Tim, had another thought, which may be more realistic if you have to rely on public transport. Whitstable - Kent coast, the pebble type with a small, still working, harb...
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08/04/2004 - 7:35 AM
By Gary_Williams

How to open a TIFF in photoshop?

Thanks for all your efforts. I'm now sorted cheers
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17/04/2004 - 3:14 PM
By gibbo

Clone stamp not working

Thanks to all those who responded. I finally figured it out.. I was pressing the right alt key, not the left (I'm left-handed, btw) so it just kept not working. I can n...
5
06/04/2004 - 4:11 PM
By syra

Where can one buy Cokin filters?

Michael, both Jessops and Wilkinsons here in Preston stock Cokin filters
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09/04/2004 - 6:13 AM
By Phoenix

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