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  • samel
    nikon you stupid #€%&#'s!!!
    by samel
    right. first shoot with my new d700. alot of stuff to think about. yes, rig the lighting and make sure the models are on time etc etc. ah, and yes. i need to get hold of capture software so i can look at my shots on the fly while shooting..

    "captureOne", "sinar captureShop"..see...
    11-14-2008, 05:40 PM
  • COLONELFLAG
    Quirky USB connection
    by COLONELFLAG
    I bought my first digital camera last month, a Canon G-2 So far I have been extremly happy with the results from the camera even tho it is not the 35mm SLR form that I am used to. Eventually i will have to upgrade to something like the D-60 or its equivalent.

    However I...
    12-11-2002, 06:31 AM
  • Repairman
    Warping/distortion software search
    by Repairman
    Just had an urgent packaging shot job land on my desk. I have to apply original A/W Illustrator graphics to a photograph of a yoghurt pot/tub. The A/W is created in a distorted form (arc shaped) so that when wrapped around a plastic pot (imagine the central portion of a cone) all the text and graphics...
    08-14-2014, 02:26 PM
  • Frank Lopes
    The Nodal Point - part 1
    by Frank Lopes
    When I started shooting panos, I noticed that some of my assembled images did not quite align properly.

    It was not the camera, the software, or, I thought, the technique used. In all cases I was shooting using the same camera and the software was the same.

    Assuming it was the...
    01-05-2008, 12:26 PM
  • winwintoo
    From camera to computer in real time???
    by winwintoo
    Does anyone do this? If so how?

    This question was posed on a Mac forum that I frequent and nobody there had a good answer.

    The questioner would like to be able to beam images immediately from his camera to his laptop while on photo shoots so that a decision can be made...
    09-20-2005, 08:57 AM
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