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Yesterday I was a participant in a Hummingbird workshop. After exercising my shutter finger for what seemed hours, I was pleased to find this image when viewing my photos on the computer at home. Canon 100-400mm mkII at 350mm on a 7D mkII @ 500 ISO and 1/200 @ f/16. My 3 Sunpak strobes set to minimum output stops the wing motion.
3D - Old City Hall.
You will need a pair of anaglyph glasses to view in 3D.
Old City Hall in Tacoma, WA. Built in 1882 is to be renovated.
Interesting LR phenomenom
There was a recent post, don't remember by whom, about getting statement "No photos found" when the OP tried to Import using Lightroom. At the time I didn't comment because I was on my iPad or cell phone. Today, Importing photos with LR, I got the same statement. The simple solution for me was to click on "Cancel" in the lower right hand corner and then go back and click on "Import" in the Left hand panel. Everything worked fine. This is a repeatable problem following a recent update to Windows 10. (May have been caused by Windows or may be a bug in LR CC Classic. Whatever, no big problem.
Texas Brown Tarantula
This is a Texas Brown Tarantula (aphonopelma hentzi) "she",(presumably), was found in my garage in South Central Texas.
They have multiple eyes ( 6 to 10 +-) & it looks like they have 10 legs but have only 8 legs. The two shorter looking legs are not legs at all; they are Pedi (foot) Palp's. They actually have finger nails & hair (as you can see). They eat crickets, meal worms, etc. They burrow & build their nest around them selfs with an opening so that they can come & go (or escape) as they please. They are non aggressive & they are very beautiful arachnid's. NOT including its legs & Pedi Palp's it was approximately 3 inches long & 1 & 1/2 inches wide. This one is probably an adult and they can get larger than this one!
Place to donate older cameras (one digital; one film)
I just recently upgraded to a new digital camera and now have an older digital as well as a film camera that I need to find new homes for. The only thing is that they are too old to sell--except to someone who really wanted them (but since I see many listings for them on e-bay with no apparent takers), I don't know if that route is viable. I'd love to donate them somewhere where they would be useful, but don't know where to start.
The cameras are an Olympus IS-3 film camera with bag as well as X2 and X.8 zooms and a Canon Powershot G2 (4 whopping megapixels) and bag.
Any ideas would be welcome.
Heartfelt Thanks to our Venerans
Just a thanks for their service!!!
Sorry for the misspelling
Thanks to our Veterans
Wildlife photographers have you ever run across this?
I apologize for the photo not being sharp. This happened so fast I only got one shot.
Lens profiles in Lightroom
I am unable to select my camera model for the lens correction seen in Lightroom's develop mode. It lists a point and shoot camera that I used to own, just one choice. Also it does not show my lens but does show 8 different Nikon lenses, none of which I own. How do I create a lens profile for my camera (Nikon D3200) and lenses (35mm f/1.8, 18-55mm and 55-200mm)? Adobe gives me this message: "As of 1/1/2018, the Adobe Lens Profile Downloader is no longer developed and is unavailable for download. Adobe's development team adds new lens profiles every release. You can also request for specific lenses here." Upon clicking the link for lenses I am directed to a forum which was no help. How do I create lens profiles and add my camera profile to it?
Back again - Surprise, I had loaded a jpg rather than a DNG into Lightroom and now I see my lenses there.