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Buying my first L
" All Rounder " 24-70 has to be the pick from the two listed........ it's a supurb lens, woudn't go anywhere without it.

Adrian.

34 31/10/2009 - 3:26 PM
By Carabosse
CS2 best legit prices
Can anyone advise where the best priced legit copy ( I use the word advisedly) of CS2 can be found on the net. I am not interested in a copy which is in any way dodgy and do not want to start that debate again.

Just hoping to save time in scouring the legit outlets for the best price.

Cheers,
Adrian

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10 13/12/2006 - 8:55 PM
By RobMorrisPhotography
ePHOTOzine Book
No Book - No Email

order 319

guess (hope) Rose is still wading through

1995 29/10/2008 - 4:29 PM
By Strobe
Can you Imagine my disappointment
TLA's should be banned. I would never use a TLA

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29 18/02/2006 - 3:39 AM
By Just Jas
Focus on Imaging - who's attending Tuesday 28th Feb 2006?
I'll be there all day, happy to help out once I've got STUFF out of the way.

Adrian.

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48 27/02/2006 - 1:34 PM
By answersonapostcard
FOCUS and demo opportunity
Nice to see that you're close to the bar guys!

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21 14/02/2006 - 10:12 AM
By Kim Walton
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Barry !
Garry ?
Larry ?

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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the Pie Man is back in action and a new tip also.

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
Is it me or is the R1800 useless...
Profiling is the only real answer I'm afraid.

I use SpyderPRO & PrintFIX (most popular printers are supported) from Pantone (you can by as a bundle). Not a cheap piece of kit but it does mean that I can recalibrate my monitor(s) regularly and create a profile for any new papers and/or printers I may use.

The result is that I see what I have captured and print what I see.

Hope this helps

Adrian.

P.S. I use the Epson 2100 and had the same difficulties until I used the above.

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63 01/04/2006 - 5:56 AM
By Sabreur
Where to buy set of Epson inks ?
John, I have never seen inks for my 2100 sold in sets, but why would you want a set? my colours run out at very different times.

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16 14/12/2005 - 8:23 AM
By JohnHorne
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LOL Tanya, rather tentative associations but if your right, perhaps I should visit my psychiatrist and have my medication reviewed because he is not me, I mean I'm not him...........errr, who said that? Shut up Derek I'm trying to write.

By the way, mine's a Single Malt and Derek will have anything thats free, just make sure theres plenty of it!

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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I just knew someone would turn that back on me, why am I not surprised it was you Boyd?

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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Keith, I wish I had half his wit.

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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Steve (skeletor), promote what business?

Though I have been thinking that with all the extra traffic Dereks site has received he may be able to attract some kind of sponsorship for links!

Adrian.

Now there's a thought for you Mr Pye.

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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How much do you charge for soliciting Joe?

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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His Site was getting an average of 4 unique hits per day until I posted this.

SO BACK OFF

it's all mine.








;0)

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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KYD, Mr Pye is probably chorkling as we read.

Dean, your observations re Dereks background are, IMHO, totaly founded. I don't think you have offended anyone.

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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Dean, the ball is in your court.

signed, an intrigued bystander

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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Derek's latest Master Class

Idiots Guide to Reportedge

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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I cryptically alluded to this earlier.

His contact numbers on WHOIS are for

Refrigeration Spares Ltd
31, Harrow Rd, London, E11 3PT

But he probably hasn't updated that info and his recorded number has been re-used

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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3/1 on WHO

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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Thanks for clearing that up Pete. err I mean Derek

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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How dare you!

;0)

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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Paul, Who's Ian?

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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Most, but not all apparently. See Pauls previous post


Quote: hang on a minute if the mrpye on here is the real mr Pye


257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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ePz's derekpye and derekpyephotography's Derek Pye must be one and the same.

Why?

Because earlier in this thread (1/3 way down page 2) he forewarned of the 'There is no such thing as a professional wedding videographer' story yet to be published on his site, later that day it was published.

Elementary my dear Frost

The real question is -

Is ePz's derekpye also known to us as another?

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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Quote: Whatever floats your boat Paul.

Is that a clue Joe?

Lifted from Mr Pyes site is the following -

Quote: Best Viewed on a Mac | Suggested Browser: Whatever floats yer boat.


257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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I think that Mr Pye has Chill-out resources to Spare and may have a lot more in common with you, Mr Frost, than you think.

It clearly would be a Harrowing experience to go along the Road of trying to out him, he may even disappear among the masses on the streets of London.

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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Checked WHOIS a couple of days ago - dead end.

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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Ah Ha!

Paul, you are thinking along the same line as me, I'm sure that I have seen the tag-line 'Copyists and Detractors' on ePz in the past but cannot find it with the wonderful search tool we have.

I doubt he would ever own up to his ePz identity, even if someone did sus it out.

Adrian.

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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Ade, you really must try harder. Your not putting enough effort in. If you were to follow the
Masters Example
you could be at your goal by Thursday, Just get yourself a couple of asylum seekers.

Adrian.

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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Time to slacken the drag and let him run, too many are lost close to the boat.

You're obviously a keen angler Mr P.

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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No coincidence, like you he followed the link from this thread but decided to leave a calling card wiyh a slight modification to the name.

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
Settings on 10D
CB

In the case of the 10D you lose the options to adjust the colour space parameters, which are available in sRGB mode, when you select to capture in Adobe RGB. If the camera was mearly converting from sRGB, these options would still be available.

another manual extract
When images captured with Adobe RGB are displayed on an sRGB monitor or printed with an sRGB printer, the resulting image will look to have a low chroma.

Again note the word captured
this point also explains the

Quote: Adobe 1998 can look a little flat

point you made earlier.

But this should not concern Gary if his working environment is, as stated, Adobe RGB

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33 11/12/2005 - 2:01 PM
By AdrianTurner
Settings on 10D

Quote: So you may find you actually get better results using sRGB. I have seen comparisons and Adobe 1998 can look a little flat.

I did read it carefully and I did say Intermating

But as I said, the point to this topic is that Gary is post processing in an Adobe RGB colour space, it makes sence to capture in the same colour space and streamline his workflow.

page 178 of manual - Specification > Recording System > Colour Space = sRGB, Adobe RGB.

where did you get the idea it was converted in-camera?

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33 11/12/2005 - 2:01 PM
By AdrianTurner
Settings on 10D
Gary, please read page 58 of the 10D manual where you will find that though CB is correct in some of his points i.e. commercial printing. He is off the mark when intimating that sRGB is better for post processing on a PC. The only time Adobe 1998 RGB will look flat in comparison with sRGB is if you are viewing in a sRGB colour space and the point to this thread is that your workflow is Adobe 1998 RGB, in addition to this most modern printers allow you to set Adobe 1998 RGB as your default and many Labs honour a number of embedded colour profiles, you can bet that Adobe 1998 RGB will be honoured by these Labs.

Excerpts from manual.
top of page 58
The camera is compatible with the sRGB and Adobe RGB colour spaces

selecting Adobe RGB
Select Adobe RGB if you want to use a personal computer to adjust the colour saturation or if.

Images captured with Adobe RGB . no mention of in-camera conversion from sRGB to be found.

Hope this is of some help

Adrian.

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33 11/12/2005 - 2:01 PM
By AdrianTurner
Settings on 10D
Intrigued, why would that give better results? CB.

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33 11/12/2005 - 2:01 PM
By AdrianTurner
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This should be good.

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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Bated Breath

Will you be posting here on on your TOPSITE 1

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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The sign of a good teacher is the ability to install confidence in the student.

I think all will agree that Derek does, by example, install confidence in our own ability by the shovel full.







snigger

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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It has been said here many times before, CB.

It's not down to the equipment, it's all about the skill of the photographer.

One look at Mr Pye's site endorses this.

Adrian.

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
Settings on 10D
Hi Gary in short no, but you will get better results if you do as Adobe RGB has a wider gamut than sRGB.

Adrian

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33 11/12/2005 - 2:01 PM
By AdrianTurner
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'Simon D' ????

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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Welcome Mr Pye,

we are not worthy.

Your reputation goes before you.

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
Spoof Space Thang

Quote: There are some of my subjects who deserve a good slap

I always knew you were blue blooded CB.

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19 12/12/2005 - 12:18 AM
By TeresaH
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Glad you like it guys, I'm sure it will prove an invaluable companion to many.

Adrian.

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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Sorry John, you've lost me now.

What do you mean by
Quote: You're not suggesting it's real though?

??????

Why ever not!

;0) chuckle.

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
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Just had to share this with you, it would be very remiss of me not to flag up this wonderful resource for all you Pro Togs out there, particularly of interest to all you Wedding photographers feeling jaded after a long summer.

I cannot limit this experience to the established PROs out there, with so many pearls of wisdom and examples of expertise in many photographic styles packed into one site, this is a MUST READ for all budding pros and the keenest of amateurs.

Visit the Home Page here.

And if thats not enough of lead-in to wet your appetite, you could learn a lot from digesting one of the many articles like this .

If your inspiration is waning and in need of a kick start, then you could do a lot worse than to immerse yourself in the perfect imagery made available to you.


I hope, with all sincerity, that you will be able to gain as much from this site as I have.

Regards,

Adrian.




;0). . . . . chuckle

257 16/01/2007 - 2:37 AM
By DPye
Hi Res Scans - Who to use?
Thanks Guys.

Ian (Camairish), which one disapointed you?

Adrian.

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15 05/12/2005 - 7:05 AM
By digicammad
Hi Res Scans - Who to use?
Cheers

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15 05/12/2005 - 7:05 AM
By digicammad