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I haven't been photographically active lately, but I moving in the direction of starting up again. I'm making my first foray into apple computing (beyond my iphone) with an iPad. I know it isn't much in the way of Apple computing but it is a start. If I am on a trip, will I be able to download...
This article seemed to be of more general interest than would exist in the Apple Computers section of the Technical Forum. If I'm incorrect hopefully the moderators will move it.
Didn't see your earlier thread, but I agree with your conclusions wholeheartedly. I've had mine for 6 months now and it continues to exceed my expectations. I just loaded CS 5 64 bit and had no problem. It's easy to see why you can't find them at many sites. I think they sell out as soon as...
Because of its input capability, I think it's more useful for photographic purposes than an ipad, yet you're able to stash it in a suitcase or bag almost as quickly. As I mentioned, it only weighs 3 lbs. and is quite small. It's very reasonably priced, too.
If you're looking for a small travel notebook computer I highly recommend the Acer 1810T.
It's basic specifications are:
* 1.3GHz Intel Core2 Duo SU7300 Processor
* 4096MB DDR2 667MHz Memory
* 320GB SATA Hard Drive, Intel WiFi Link 1000 802.11b/g/Draft-N, Bluetooth 2.1+ EDR...
You're probably right on the fountain art, I just don't recall it being on the plaza. The woman begging is next to the Musee D'orsay on the Seine side. You're really good at recognizing the locations. I, on the other hand, got lost returning from the Centre Pompidou to the Metro -- I...
It appears there were many of us in Paris during the past month. I was there for a few days, and having been there before, did not go to the must see spots but found many subjects that caught my eye.
Thanks for looking.
Further research gave me the answer. This solved the problem for me:
Right click the Desktop, then click: Screen Resolution > Advanced Settings > Colour Management > Colour Management > Advanced> Perceptual (photo images):
Set to Photography
I have a real problem that perhaps someone will be able to help me with. I have a notebook running Windows 7. On both CS 4 and CS 5, in Bridge and PS, a second or two after a thumbnail and preview in Bridge, or an image in PS is loaded, it darkens (particularly the R, G and B). I don't think...
Haven't posted in a little while, but haven't shot much either. I went to the art museum over the weekend and brought my camera. I thought this was an interesting image shot into a glass sculpture.
I hope you find it interesting, too.
We've been having great weather here in the Chicago area (before today). I saw this view when passing over a bridge in the northern suburbs the other day. I was lucky to have my camera with me.
Thanks for looking.
Thanks for your suggestion. I agree with your thought.
At the time, my thinking was that I wanted to be sure the entire flower was in focus and I was using a long lens so I used f10. I was afraid if I stopped down further, I would lose the edge to edge sharpness on the flower. Even at...
I visited a pond over the weekend that had a number of lotus plants. It was early morning and the sun had just risen high enough for this first one to open. I needed the near instantaneous shutter release of a DSLR since it was breezy and I had to capture the image as the flower was moving in...