ePHOTOzine download Section


Pete Plus
18 18.8k 97 England
20 Jun 2007 9:30AM
We are in the process of building an ePHOTOzine download section. This will have our audio and video podcasts, a selection of PDFs, software actions, wallpapers and hi res pics for use with tutorials.

In the past members have asked for an area to share actions that you've created for programs such as Photoshop. This will be it.
If you have any material you would like to share please email it to support (at) ephotozine.com with a brief description of what you are wanting to share. Please put download area in the subject.

We will be building an upload area so it's easy to submit but this post is just to start the ball rolling and get some good content when it goes live.

As well as actions you may also have created some useful pdf's, videoclips podcasts etc that you'd like to share. Now's your chance.

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20 Jun 2007 9:43AM
Thanks for your very welcome heads-up Pete.

Regards

Stephen
riprap007 15 1.6k 37 England
20 Jun 2007 9:47AM
cracking idea and very useful Pete
Coleslaw 14 13.4k 28 Wales
20 Jun 2007 10:16AM
very good idea
Photogene 13 176 Wales
20 Jun 2007 10:23AM
Brilliant - will be a very useful addition to the site.
lobsterboy Plus
15 14.9k 13 United Kingdom
20 Jun 2007 10:37AM
Will it support links as well as uploads? It would be handy to add a useful resource without having to take a copy of their (possibly copyright) material.
pennyspike 16 2.1k 29 United Kingdom
20 Jun 2007 10:57AM
Is there no end to the new features?
You guys must never sleepWink
I like the idea of links.
Pete Plus
18 18.8k 97 England
20 Jun 2007 11:31AM
We will be introducing a link exchange system - it's planned, but it won't be in the download area.
smourt 15 80
20 Jun 2007 11:39AM
this is a bit cheaky....

I have used a method from one of the mags which I have developed into an action can i post it here?
Pete Plus
18 18.8k 97 England
20 Jun 2007 11:46AM
It depends if they own the copyright. If it's an exact copy of someone's settings it's not really fair to use it. If it's adapted from an idea it's a different matter.
smourt 15 80
20 Jun 2007 11:55AM
Well it is better in the sense that I have not used their settings entirely and I have added steps which stop the action to allow the settings to be adjusted.

Actually based from a tutorial...perhaps it might be acceptable to credit original?
Pete Plus
18 18.8k 97 England
20 Jun 2007 1:16PM
Yes that should be okay
User_Removed 15 17.9k 8 Norway
20 Jun 2007 1:35PM
Excellent news Pete and Team. I'll have a 'furtle' and see what I can dig up!!

Smile
Geoffphoto 13 13.5k United Kingdom
20 Jun 2007 1:36PM

Quote:I'll have a 'furtle' and see what I can dig up!!


I'm sure that's against the law in many countries Mike !!
lobsterboy Plus
15 14.9k 13 United Kingdom
20 Jun 2007 1:39PM

Quote:I'm sure that's against the law in many countries


Only furtilng in a built up area!


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