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    Re: RSE versions?

    I have both the RSE 2005 and the RSE 2006 - 1.2.0 Build 68 version installed along with RSP.

    The 2006 with the biggest number after it would be the latest version. I just went looking thru my...
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    Re: Watch this crook he's fast......

    what is the actual video size of the original ?

    This looks like a pretty simple task to capture a couple of individual frames from the clip - just need suitable video editing software such as...
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    Re: Three Sisters Panorama

    Roger - it is a pity that the exposure was not the same on all of these shots! I have not been there since about 1987 - it still looks pretty much the same!

    Unfortunately, no photo of the...
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    Re: Aftermarket batteries

    there was a recent discussion on ebay batteries - and yes, I have used them for nearly 2 years without problems/
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    Re: Ah, the irony...

    a welcome chuckle!
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    Re: Wide angle lens ARE for close-ups

    Thanks Luc - Yes, choosing the subject is of course important when choosing a WA and close up shot.

    Now, if I could just find the greeting card company that wanted this image........
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    Wide angle lens ARE for close-ups

    Regardless of what you might think wide lenses are just perfect for getting a close-up shot.

    http://photoblog.shrinkpictures.com/thumbnails/thumb_20070723000619_proc_0275__7237017_2007-02.jpg
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    Re: 840mm Moon

    shots of the moon are a great reason to get longer lenses!

    I prefer this one to the other one as well - the orange/yellow tint from the low angle is much more pleasing than the stark white of a...
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    Re: Portrait Lens

    The 14-54 is a great all-round lens.

    There are a lot of options for portrait as has been mentioned - My personal preference is for something a little longer than 54mm! - around the 70mm mark is my...
  10. Re: ND Gradient filters, virtual & real

    A GND filter is a very useful filter - and even though you can acheive a similar outcome by doing it in post - you need to ask yourself a few things:

    When shooting with a filter you spend 30...
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    Midday Sky

    http://photoblog.shrinkpictures.com/thumbnails/thumb_20070723000326_proc_0288__7237030_2007-02.jpg

    What you see is what I saw - Shot raw w 11-22 just after midday. The Only Processing was a...
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    Re: Actor Portrait...

    Can you tell us more about the lighting - the reason I ask is that on the darker side of the face there is a slight grren tint - almost like it was lit with a flouro light and you had natural light...
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    silhouette fountain

    http://photoblog.shrinkpictures.com/thumbnails/thumb_20070723000215_proc_0284__7237026_2007-01.jpg

    Looking almost directly towards the sun in the middle of the day, I wanted to capture form as...
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    Re: Sydney Harbor Bridge

    Roger you have done a decent job of capturing this bridge!

    I used to walk across the bridge once or twice a week in the late 80's.

    I have been right up to the top of the South Pylon (your...
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    Backing up Data

    Everyone seems to have various methods of keeping multiple copies of files and I thought I would go thru the way I keep my files backed up.

    I download the ORF's to a dedicated folder structure...
  16. Re: Light meters Why is there no mention of them

    Every Camera has a light meter built in. You can take a peek at the histogram, blinking highlights/shadows as well.

    Yes I have a light meter and do use it at times - but it is definately a case...
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    Re: The art of Chimping

    .. and do we see your reflection in the window.

    A trio of tourists caught in the act!
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    Hanging Around

    When an opportunity presents itself, you make the most of it!

    http://photoblog.shrinkpictures.com/thumbnails/thumb_20070715084126_proc_0193__7156357_2007-01.jpg

    Shooting almost into the sun...
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    Re: The Land on Edge

    For some reason it reminds me of what a dot-matrix printer would produce with a colour ribbon in it!

    Sure does look hostile country to cross!
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    Re: HDR From One Raw Image?

    I posted about how I have processed HDR images from 1 RAW file in another thread
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    I had the smae dilemma as you last year - but in the end, I simply got someone else to do it for me!

    I found an online printing service that printed my photo on a card and let me caption it...
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    Re: C&C needed

    It can be incredibly frustrating to take GOOD night shots. I have far more bad than good ones myself!

    Firstly, if you include any sky in them at all, then you have around 1/2 to 1 hour max after...
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    Re: Cloud City

    The original is the best here.

    I would have probably looked at doing some subtle changes to the WB and then tweaked the curves/levels just slightly

    You have captured something that is quite...
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    Re: diesel fuel

    I would say more street than landscape

    I probably would have chosen a slightly longer focal length and stepped to the left just a little more to try and show a bit of the size (length) of the...
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    Re: My feminine side has been assuaged.

    You are certainly not the only one! Even when I watch a movie I "see" all the technical flaws in it - such as crook WB, poor choice of aperture, cluttered BG etc etc...


    When marketing a product...
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