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Lets see some of your set-up shots then I took a few on the moors with Sam last night - cracking sunset, 3 lights... was raining at the time - always a treat - and a lovely sunset as background too.
I've set mine up with the Fn1 button switching to manual focus, and it works.:P
Forum: Olympus Cameras
As for me - photographer is a creator of masterpieces. but it depends on which purpose do u put for shooting pic? if for honors or-and money u certainly should have a good camera. cause u have to shoot HF photos.
Forum: Beginner Photographers
Pete, We have agreed this thread has now run its course and therefore can be closed. Directing to new one for pictures from Rowardennan if wished to re-direct those come accross this :-))Rowardennan Pictures :-)))) Has been a belter and will take a bit of beating. Cheers everyone. Dave
Forum: EPZ Member Meets
Using the Canon SX240 HS - Program mode, auto flash at - 1/3, all ISO400. I'm impressed that this cheap little compact didn't show a hint of vignetting and had a good reach, even when slightly underexposed and the reach is impressive. Tools @ 7.50mm, f4.5 - (camera about 1 1/2 feet from subject) Shelves @ 16.20mm, f4.5 (camera about 10 feet from subject) Shelves at 14.20m...
PS The Sony A200 doesn't support wireless flash, just in case anyone is interested.
Dear all who are interested in this topic, I have found that I can operate my two flashes at the same time using the off camera flash cord for the Sony flash and firing the Minolta flash using the optical trigger. They both fire with the camera shutter. It would appear that using the off camera cord, if the camera and the flash are set to manual, the preflash is disabled. All that remains is t...
Pleased to hear it's all working well now :)
Hmmm! ..... I don't think the human race has regressed as far as you imagine. There are some pretty interesting people out there. I had my post re-read - not a word about regress. I did not say that - you did. But the progress itself takes a side road sometimes - now not the for first and not for the last time in history. From purely technical point of view iPhone, Galaxy, HTC, etc. are simp...
Forum: Camera Phones
Hi all. I'm back for a bit. I will be very busy over the next couple of months getting ready to deploy, but will try to stop in and check up on things. Hi Amber, glad you found the site :) Look forward to seeing more pictures, know he probably took alot of them. The guys here are curious also, he was going to do some pictures using pringles chips, If you run across any, would you mind postin...
Forum: Light-hearted chat
Mitzi Got back from a wedding today, with superb results. Those settings I put on the Lighting forum worked a treat. I am going to look into the Custom Fuction 14 for the camera as well this week. Best! Jay
Forum: Digital cameras
Read all of the fore going with a lot of interest. It takes me back to the 60's(aren't I old:))when one of my ex-brothers in law came and told me he had just bought a Leica, so now he would be taking fantastic photos. Knowing he knew very little about photography, I tried to explain some of the basic's. Aperture/shutter priority, DoF, ASA and different film speeds, well I think you all u...
Forum: Digital cameras
I ordered a camera the other day, paid extra to get it delivered quickly. It was supposed to be delivered by a company called DPD (never heard of them!). I was expecting it yesterday, their e-mail was very specific "delivered between 13.53 - 14.53" (really?) - needless to say, it didn't turn up. So I went on line and 'tracked' it. According to that, they tried to deliver it, but couldn't ...
Forum: Group Chat
Interesting point. I knew someone with a 1909 Stanley Steamer that needed new differential gears for the back axle. He had a lathe, so he got a block of steel and made the parts - which is fairly complex How about this old timer - still steaming along. . And I see vehicles of similar age and of various types every week! Many of them photographed with my film cameras when I've dus...
Forum: Film cameras
Well, the deed is done. I tried out the PEN-E PM1 and I liked the case and the lens - felt nice quality. What I really didn't like was the quality of the LCD and the menu system. It seemed like they'd tried to go for some fancy graphical display when what you really want is a nice, high contrast no-nonsense menu system. The Pany G3 was also tried. I couldn't power it up unfortunately bu...
Forum: Digital cameras