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Email of digital pictures

Try and resize your images to not more than 640x480mm - 500x375 as used on this site is even better and save the image at a medium quality setting. You can get a 2MB ...
12/02/2004 - 1:23 PM
By Carabosse

Stupid question

Willem, actually no, they won't. Pre-AI Nikon lenses can not be used on most cameras made after 1977 unless they have been converted (AI'd to use the techie term!). On a ...
16/02/2004 - 11:14 AM
By tim franklin

Rules for photographing buildings?

Mark, I can't see why you wouldn't want to get the permission. You never know when you might want to use the photographs and as a legitimate business, involved in the ...
13/02/2004 - 9:47 AM
By UserDeleted
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Thanks for the lastolite i never heard of them before will definitely use this info denis
15/02/2004 - 10:38 PM
By argentum


Not really pro advice but at least well informmed! I would maybe do a bit of reseach into the nikon coolpix 4500. The macro mode works very well with excellent colour an...
12/02/2004 - 12:03 AM
By theorderingone


Thanks for the replies i think i'll get nikon 5400
13/02/2004 - 6:15 AM
By argentum

Which L Series for nature

Thanks Frank/ Joe Will take a look Len
15/02/2004 - 10:40 PM
By lenstre

Simple networking with XP

Thanks for your replies, guys. Much appreciated. You've been very helpful. I have also found a couple of articles on the net, so hope to be up and running by the weekend...
12/02/2004 - 9:58 PM
By tva

Anyone else's imagination bigger than th...

Interesting thread, this. After many years taking photographs I reckon I have the opposite problem - after many years in photography I'm (hopefully, anyway) not too bad ...
19/02/2004 - 5:46 AM
By stevie

Anyone using Mac and Photoshop??

The preview pane certainly makes the picture look lighter but the saved image does not seem to suffer from being lighter. The resulting published pictures similarly do no...
11/02/2004 - 10:31 PM
By Andy80F

Casio z4 lens?

No it is dead pixels on the sensor. I had this on a camcorder. Take it back to the shop and demand a replacement.
11/02/2004 - 10:28 PM
By Carabosse

Mounting fibre based b&w paper

A mounting press works wonderfully. Not cheap, but very effective.
11/02/2004 - 7:48 PM
By rara avis

Gallery search plea

It does reveal some shenanigans by some of our female members when they were in their teens though.;)
26/10/2008 - 5:25 PM
By StrayCat

ANYONE WITH XP your system is at risk

19/02/2004 - 8:23 PM
By sam01

Which photography course is best?

Just thought i would let you guys know, ive done a bit of checking on the Hotcourses.com website and Loxley College in sheffield do an A-Level course, so I think I will t...
01/03/2004 - 12:08 PM
By ronnie h

Site donations

Priceless :-)
11/02/2004 - 5:09 PM
By railton

Olympus 2.1 Vs Sony F707

Must admit I do sometimes hanker for a manual zoom, but I've become used to the limitations of the power zoom and it rarely bothers me. Manual focus is a possibility but...
12/02/2004 - 11:06 AM
By digicammad

Jumping the gun somewhat?

With you now.
11/02/2004 - 1:41 PM
By mule

Careers involving photography

Stringers can be based anywhere, and they are generally considered as being staffers without a contract (more often than not having been promised one and being strung-a-l...
12/02/2004 - 9:52 AM
By Burgy_Tog

FAO Robob

...small world. I live in Guiseley now, originally from near Garforth (other side of Leeds)
12/02/2004 - 9:58 PM
By flossie

Advise on setting up....

Jeff, Many thanks for you advise and to everyone . It is very much appreciated. As said I am very much in the early planning and working out budgets stage. Advise from p...
12/02/2004 - 12:23 PM
By dconnor

Google Whacking

Yahoo is another search thingie Suzi
11/02/2004 - 9:14 PM
By FrankThomas

AA batteries - How long should they last...

AA 2300mAh NiMh (x4) now on eBay for 3-49 - the prices have been dropping for a while now.
In Digital cameras by barnesy | Page: 1, 2
21/05/2004 - 12:59 PM
By barnesy

Fisheye for Digital

Hi Nik, I have the new 10.5mm nikkor using on the D1x, its fantastic and used with the nikon 4 capture software there is no problem correcting verticals. There are 2 prin...
29/02/2004 - 4:38 PM
By barry john

Nikon D100 guide book

Seabloke, Pikey Try changing your colour space to Mode II - Adobe RGB and see if this helps. This setting embeds an ICC profile ensuring that the correct colour space...
12/02/2004 - 7:06 PM

Tag idea

Sorry Sam - didn't see your message until I'd posted mine. As you can see, I agree wholeheartedly!
11/02/2004 - 12:30 PM
By j-rho

Photoshop Elements 2 Warming Filter

A quick way. Add a levels adjustment layer. In levels set the red channel middle box to 1.15 and then in the blue channel set the blue middle box to -0.85. (Or adjust th...
11/02/2004 - 9:49 PM
By tva

Small Bug

Well, it appears when you go into edit, that the link is converted to the HTML i.e. starts with ... oh! now it has gone?! So first time, you get the link, sec...
11/02/2004 - 10:48 AM
By Firebaby

Happy Birthday today

Late Birthday wishes Hope you had a good one! Sharon
11/02/2004 - 9:53 PM
By aunt sally

Gold Stars

It doesn't need to be complex, i think i just got carried away with the original idea. Maybe every one just gets the same amount each month and no categories.
11/02/2004 - 10:49 AM
By bayesp

Kernel32.dll error !

This link may be of use to anyone with a kernel32 problem aumha.org/a/kernel32.htm
16/02/2004 - 5:23 PM
By geoffmclark

Welsh Members

I've got a list somewhere of about 400 Welsh film titles compiled on another forum :) My favourite was - Resevoir Gogs
11/02/2004 - 6:32 PM
By c_evans99

EOS 300D & 10D and InfraRed Photography

Thanks. i will look for an appropriate filter to try out.
11/02/2004 - 10:16 PM
By SteveH

Filters causing soft focus problem

I always have a UV filter (wouldn't dream of not having one) - including on a 28-105 USM and have never found any difference in sharpness with or without. Slight reductio...
15/02/2004 - 1:21 AM
By Carabosse

Sigma 17-35 EX HSM / 10D / 550EX combina...

My first wide angle for my earlier D30, Joe was this 17-35 sigma lens. It was the greatest heap of junk i ever purchased, sent it back 4 times to sigma, but made no diff...
23/08/2004 - 11:31 PM
By sbphoto

Free transform

I have to do it at work so I'll have a go tomorrow and let you know. Thanks very much for the advice.
11/02/2004 - 10:27 PM
By flossie

Bronica Lenses Question

Thanks for the info Rob & Frank. cheers Sean
11/02/2004 - 8:53 PM
By sean

velbon tripods cx540 cx-mini brackets

Cheers collinf, i've looked at the velbon x-travel tripod too, same bracket QB-4LC it looks like there in sections, the QB-4LC upto and including the velbon cx-444, the t...
14/02/2004 - 3:26 PM
By dave77

Personal project ideas

Dave - er, this is a bit weird... I started the Farmers' Market in our borough. That was the reason for me being employed on a temporary contract five years ago. Sadly...
In Taking photos by KatieR | Page: 1, 2, 3
23/03/2004 - 8:16 PM
By KatieR

A photo that has no hearts or comments b...

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder Dave, what one person sees as something fantastic another does not. It comes down to the vagaries of human nature I am afraid. I ...
17/07/2004 - 10:48 PM
By rikewoo

Minolta DSLR

The current gossip is that there will be a Dynax 7D, 8MP, with anti-shake. There have even been a few pictures shown, although these may be fake link There will also b...
11/02/2004 - 9:05 PM
By xebeth

Guest EC

One Suggestion could be that Pete picks the EC but the readers pic the picture of the week according to all the ECs he picked. We could have a vote for the Pic of the wee...
In ePHOTOzine discussion by KatieR | Page: 1, 2, 3
13/02/2004 - 5:25 AM
By Timecatcher

Half ND Filter

The beauty of the graduated filters on a system like Cokin (and Lee?)is that they slide up and down, very smoothly and accurately. You can therefore choose where the den...
11/02/2004 - 1:02 PM
By KatieR

What cam?

If you go down the digiback route, be prepared to spend upwards of 10K for one. Your best bet to start off would be an MF camera and scanner
11/02/2004 - 8:20 AM
By FrankThomas

Printing photos from photoshop.Colour co...

Have a look on the epson website, and there is a link there somewhere to epson's guide to printing photos properly...
10/02/2004 - 5:18 PM
By stevenj

Website Navigation Installed

Thaks for your advice, there were a couple of issues that I think I have addressed and the site seems to be working reasonably well. Obviously as it is image intensive, i...
12/02/2004 - 9:17 PM
By Burgy_Tog

Something to while away the works hours....

1,309 and then crashed and burned. My helicopter insurance premium has just gone up - can't think why...;o)
11/02/2004 - 5:26 PM
By afromac

Job advice in photography

Well we've all made our points. I strongly beleive we should not criticise grammer we read on a hasty post and I'm sorry but I do not beleive we can all do somthing a...
11/02/2004 - 10:18 AM
By robob

Fuji ccd sr, is it just trying to be cle...

There is a pretty good digital comparison chart, between all of the Nikon digitals, including the new "D70" and the Fuji "S2Pro/S3Pro", also the "...
10/02/2004 - 1:16 PM
By wing

Improving canon 10D temp. performance

Just been using mine in South Germany (+5 to -5) and didn't notice any problems. Battery life did seem to go a bit quicker though. I tend to hold the part of the camera w...
10/02/2004 - 12:39 PM
By kit-monster

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