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  • larann78
    Blurry portraits
    by larann78
    I don't know what's going on. When ever I take a family portrait and it's from a distance away, say 50 or more feet, I go to work on them in CS2 and they are totatlly out of focus. I am using a tripod, a light meter, and an ISO of 400. I usually end up shooting at F11 @ 1/250s. Why is this happening...
    08-30-2006, 12:47 PM
  • Frank Lopes
    Why this equipment for panoramas?
    by Frank Lopes
    When I shoot panoramas, the camera sits on top of a Bogen - Manfrotto 055XB tripod with a Bogen-Manfrotto 488RC4 Midi Ball Head using the RC4 Rapid Connect System.

    Why did I chose this tripod combination?

    The ideal tripod is light, solid and cheap. Unfortunately, and to...
    11-30-2007, 09:01 AM
  • dvbear
    Best point and shoot
    by dvbear
    I'm looking to buy a camera to lug around when traveling with my girlfriend. I already have a DSLR but I find it tiring to carry around, so usually I leave it at home.

    I'm looking at the Canon G9 and the Panasonic LX3.

    Seen some good reviews on both but I was wondering...
    02-24-2010, 10:37 PM
  • chrishoggy
    New camera
    by chrishoggy
    Well I've got myself a new S5600 that was a true bargain. I played 2 shops against each other who had a price match promise. First I got them to give me a free 1GB XD card, then started the price battle. Ended up paying £113.26 including the extra memory card .
    Camera specs : http://www...
    03-21-2007, 01:52 AM
  • Frank Lopes
    This is a Rant: things I resent
    by Frank Lopes
    Having to pay US$5,000 for Nikon's best DSLR (D3), when their top of the line film SLR (F6) goes for US$1,600. So much for advances in digital technology...

    Having to know Photoshop (or PaintShop, or Elements, or Lightzone, or...) to be able to produce a good photograph. I wonder what...
    12-14-2007, 06:25 PM