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COPYRIGHT

But not if you are on private property photographing without permission. If this is the case, you are probably in breach of copyright yourself so not only do you have ...
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10/03/2004 - 9:59 AM
By User_Removed

Technical re. flash

As Pete says.... and in my experience built-in flash is pretty useless beyond about 10 feet and even then you'll be struggling. I was determined to get a cam with a ve...
3
10/03/2004 - 11:31 AM
By Carabosse

Is everyone fed up with talking about th...

Jonjeds - the 17-40L is fantastic, very versatile on a digital camera, sharp as a razor and, although relatively expensive, worth every penny IMHO. Steve
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11/03/2004 - 10:12 PM
By stevie
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Canon 300mm f4 L lens

All Canon EF Lenses work on the 10D Mick.
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09/03/2004 - 11:18 PM
By zippie

Nikon 35-70 F2.8 (Both 'd' type and old ...

Has anyone got hand on experience with this lens? I have been looking at both versions of this lens second hand, as a replacement for my 35-80 f4-5.6 which is just a bit ...
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09/03/2004 - 9:27 PM
By theorderingone

Loads of bargain canon gear

There is an EOS 30 with a 28-90 for 149.99. now that has to be a bargain. if I didn't already own a EOS 300 and a 10D i'd be snapping that up.
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09/03/2004 - 11:48 PM
By jambo

Camera Portraits

Ebay's the place to buy old film - I usually pay between 1 and 5 (the Ektachrome cost me a fiver) for each. There's someone selling 20 rolls of Ansco 127 films at the mo....
5
09/03/2004 - 10:09 PM
By c_evans99

Studio flash trigger voltage

I have acquired a second hand studio flash - a Spiratone Flash Bank AC Studio Flash. It had previously been used with medium format equipment. My question: Will the...
0
09/03/2004 - 7:11 PM
By dougmorley

Original Batmobile patrolling...

Don't get me wrong, I feel for you. But you need people on board and not resenting you because of your actions.
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09/03/2004 - 10:24 PM
By Bernie

Bulb exposure 10D

Thanxs i have the RC80N3 read the link and apparatnly with the grip you get over 6 hours and with bty life still left. i wanted to be careful about damaging the sensor...
6
10/03/2004 - 8:35 AM
By actionman

Nikon DX

Found it - a review by Simon Stafford in issue 10 of the Nikon Owners Club Magazine. Simon provides sample images taken using an F100 and the 12-24mm DX lens which show t...
4
10/03/2004 - 9:13 PM
By tim franklin

Scanning /lab sevice in Cornwall

Good thinking ,Dave ! Didn't occur to me,that.thanks Iv'e found it....
3
09/03/2004 - 4:40 PM
By pikey

Dublin Zoo.

Thanks Mark.
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09/03/2004 - 7:19 PM
By Bernie

Best lenses

Having done concerts from the safety of stage side, I wouldn't risk your pride and joy.
3
09/03/2004 - 8:05 PM
By keithh

Fill flash help - Canon 10d and Speedlig...

There seems to be 2 types then - ones which totally cover the light source (the Stofen one - thanks for the link Mark) and the ones which have a bit of plastic which is e...
6
10/03/2004 - 11:49 AM
By Origami_Owl

Which camera body? Amateur needs advice...

What you really want is an olympus om 1,lots of them about ,as are lenses at low prices.itll do the lot from weddings to snapshots.no auto focus nonsense.the om2 and 4 ar...
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10/03/2004 - 11:00 PM
By om man

Cross Processing

Thanks everyone - I am definitely going to give it a try. Am going to do close ups of flowers mainly as I think the bright colours should lend themselves to it
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10/03/2004 - 1:48 PM
By ck

Imports revisted

Joe, one good thing about being in the Eurozone..... thanks for the information. It is a bugger about the creditcard but it can be worked around... I work for a Du...
3
09/03/2004 - 1:41 PM
By thewaiter

Which digital compact?

Yes, thank you. I knew it was a mistake putting the price on (after I'd done it obviously). The best I could find the G5 for was 380 (give or take a penny). Those ...
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11/03/2004 - 4:57 PM
By RipleyExile

Nikon DX

Can Nikon DX lenses fit regular film SLR's i think i read somewhere they couldnt wanted to make sure. waitingforchan not about dx some of my pics went live Ben ...
0
09/03/2004 - 12:02 PM
By benmcmahon

Canon EOS 1Ds

Disagree with the DCS14n - and here is an early sorry to anyone using one - I've seen many files from it and boy - THEY'RE TERRIBLE! Those extra few million pixels in com...
In Digital cameras by onewildworld | Page: 1, 2, 3, 4
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14/04/2004 - 12:31 PM
By onewildworld

Landscape photography books

Read??!! I haven't got that far with mine yet - just looked at the pictures!! :o)
In Taking photos by chrislucas99 | Page: 1, 2
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12/03/2004 - 3:39 PM
By loweskid

Nigelblester, welshgirl99 and shootingst...

Well, all 3 have one thing in common - they've never posted anything on the forum! But just in case they do pop in... HB from me too. :-)
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09/03/2004 - 12:32 PM
By Carabosse

A brief guide to shooting family portrai...

Cheers guys. This is for no particular reason really, just interested in another area of photography. Obviously if somebody was to try their hand at this sort of thing,...
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10/03/2004 - 5:38 PM
By stevenj

It's revrob's birthday!

Ditto to what Suzi said, hope it was a good one, not too boozy. I keep forgeting to check out who is a year older. Matt
1
08/03/2004 - 11:47 PM
By Badger

Secondhand Camera Listings

So you are! Silly me. :-)
5
11/03/2004 - 6:34 PM
By wing

Austria in May?

Thanks to you all. I have now a better idea of the area we are going to. The phot oppotunities look endless. My wife had look at the links and is sorting out her clothes...
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12/03/2004 - 2:57 PM
By minolta73

Local purchase V's Import

Hi Geoff, Pleased to hear you got your problem sorted. I too have always found the service from Castle Cameras in Winton and Boscombe to be excellent. In fact I phon...
1
08/03/2004 - 9:09 PM
By justin c

Missing info when PS7 opens

Your welcome. anthony
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08/03/2004 - 9:55 PM
By Anthony

50-500 mm sigma f4-6.3 HSM

Oh right, sorry uo8mcb - get it now! Benjinca
In Taking photos by benjinca | Page: 1, 2
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13/03/2004 - 6:00 PM
By benjinca

Photo of the week - great news

Oh right hehe dont block too much tho eh! you might just end up on e-zine with no photos! :o)
In ePHOTOzine discussion by Pete | Page: 1, 2, 3
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20/03/2004 - 11:33 AM
By warb

Interpolate scans?

Also, I wouldn't have thought you'd need to interpolate a scan - the files tend to be quite big to start off with
4
08/03/2004 - 9:06 PM
By FrankThomas

Stock Photography

Hi, Also found these guys, seems pretty simple to submit.. www.pureimages.co.uk Does anyone know if this would be a good place to start? G.
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08/03/2004 - 6:28 PM
By grobertson

Is the Eos 5 better than the Eos 30?

I might actually be interested, if the price is cheap enough..
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09/03/2004 - 12:37 AM
By stevenj

Downloading pictures in chronological or...

Being the evil twin, I never rename or catalogue my photos. I just use ZB to create a folder with the shoot date as part of the download process. I am using XP with admin...
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08/03/2004 - 4:18 PM
By kit-monster

Photo of the Week

Hi Carabosse, no need to apologise, you have your opinion and although I imagine you to be quite a shy and reserved person ( ahem.. ;-) you're not afraid to express your ...
In ePHOTOzine discussion by Carabosse | Page: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
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10/03/2004 - 4:42 PM
By pj.morley

Stopping Messager Service on AOL

Roger Visit here and download the very small file "shoot the messenger". just run it and click disable (don't worry the file doesn't install itself, it simpl...
15
08/03/2004 - 4:54 PM
By wing

Rid red eye quickly

Thanks Frank......I've got it.
6
09/03/2004 - 3:34 PM
By roger staten

Camera bag for SE Asia (beginner)

Something like the Nova 4 AW series of Lowe Pro bags would be good. I use one and they are good for rain protection and discrete enough not to scream camera bag!. Access ...
2
08/03/2004 - 2:18 PM
By deviant

Velodrome Pictures

Any sugestions on dealing with the difficult lighting conditions? It is fairly dark and has a mixture of artificial light sources. During the day there is also some d...
2
15/03/2004 - 12:45 PM
By 2lap

NIKON V ED scanner

Its not the V I know, but there is a review of its big brother, the 5000 ED over at BJP. If there's enough crossover between the two it might be a start.
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08/03/2004 - 5:20 PM
By tim franklin

Olympus E-1 book

I suspect that the translation is not yet done.
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12/03/2004 - 10:40 AM
By mule

Darkroom help??!!!?

LoL Perhaps it would make good diffusers ;o)
In Taking photos by michaeldt | Page: 1, 2
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09/03/2004 - 1:13 PM
By macroman

Extra feature for most popular photos?

Jay, if you click on Reader Gallery, you should see 'most viewed photos', follow that link for the most popular/viewed shots. Matt
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08/03/2004 - 6:53 PM
By Badger

Its a Mystery.....

I know the thread is going back years but I mark my camera, kit and all what I consider to be thievable items with a BEROL marker. macroman is correct in what he says ab...
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06/02/2010 - 8:05 PM
By PatrickElsender

Photo frames for 3:2 ratio prints

16x12 works well with a 2" mount for 12x8 prints, thats how I've just framed mine. As long as opposite borders are even then most mounts will look ok. Always good ...
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20/08/2004 - 4:53 PM
By Badger

Today it's Dave Prices turn ;o)

Happy birthday, Dave. Another Dave
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09/03/2004 - 7:45 PM
By Franticsmurf

Buying second hand

Since I was 100 miles or so from home when I dropped my Pentax I continued to shoot another 2 films sans meter and partly blocked viewfinder and got some great shots. Gu...
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10/03/2004 - 10:15 PM
By nikon5700ite

Digital processing in SE Asia

Personally I would invest in a decent sized camera bag and take both. That way if you ever get caught short on battery power for the digital you could switch to film. Es...
1
07/03/2004 - 11:08 PM
By Miles Herbert

Sigma 28-70 F2.8(old non EX version) - A...

Tested this lens over the weekend. It is unbearably fluffy unless you stop it down to F8 or below. Not what I want from a fast lens!
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09/03/2004 - 9:29 PM
By theorderingone

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