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Jan 19, 2018 08:19:02   #
Very cute! Great feather detail. Looks like greeting card material :)
 
Jan 18, 2018 11:15:41   #
AzPicLady
Open mouth - insert foot :(
Sorry my above criticism was not meant for you personally but for the leader of the workshop not directing and setting up the shoot for success. I was reacting more to the composition and lack of interesting poses than to the images themselves.
Jan 18, 2018 10:06:58   #
This is coming from a person who doesn't do portraits so take it for what it's worth- I'm not a fan of any of the images posted. And what's with the first lady looking at the wall? I'm not a "it has to tell a story" person but in this case I would say if leader had set it up with the women doing something representative of their culture it would have had some meaning but to pose them awkwardly against the wall with distracting shadows doesn't do it. Seems more like material for "how not to do it". What a disappointing workshop this was.
Jan 17, 2018 08:10:04   #
repleo wrote:
You think Landscape photos are repetitive? What about birding photos! It seems like 98% of the birding photos I see here on UHH are shot dead center with all the creativity of a passport photo.
Sorry - I know this will be blasphemy to a lot of people, but I just don't 'get' the attraction towards bird photography. Is it about the birds or about the photography? I don't open any post that even remotely sounds like a bird photo.


That's funny and you are right! I do bird photography and take no offense. I feel the same about travel and street photography as you do about bird photography but I still look hoping for something a little different.
PS- there is some wonderful bird photography out there that doesn't look like material for a bird identification book :)
Jan 15, 2018 08:49:13   #
You could do a collage with these.
Jan 14, 2018 15:14:13   #
Fabulous images!!
 
Jan 14, 2018 15:04:12   #
From all your replies- and thank you so much-looks like it is unanimous that it is a blocked head. I have nothing to lose by trying the solutions suggested. If it doesn't work I will probably not replace the printer as I am dividing time in two locations and there is no way around it sitting idle for at least 6 months of the year. I will plan to outsource printing needs.
Appreciate everyone who took the time to respond!!
Jan 14, 2018 14:54:49   #
I have a Fuji X-T2 and it's a fine camera. Easy to use, very sophisticated or very simple- your choice. Many customized user settings as well as a "My Menu" which is incredible for finding your most used menu items in seconds. Larger than some of the mirrorless but still in the compact zone. Wonderful landscape lenses that aren't heavy or bulky. I use the 23mm f2 and 35 mm f2 almost exclusively. Noise is well controlled. Several preset film settings to use. It is a bit pricey however.

I also had the Olympus M-5 which was also a very capable camera. I also had the Olympus M-10. They are both on the smaller size and versions 2 and 3 are now available. While both cameras had excellent IQ, I did not like the Olympus menu system- and I opted for a larger camera. Many lenses to choose from though.

You really can't go wrong with Olympus or Panasonic or Sony or Fuji. All are very capable of producing excellent results. Fuji just happened to be the one for me.
Jan 14, 2018 12:49:45   #
I have a Fuji X-T2 and it's a fine camera. Easy to use, very sophisticated or very simple- your choice. Many customized user settings as well as a "My Menu" which is incredible for finding your most used menu items in seconds. Larger than some of the mirrorless but still in the compact zone. Wonderful landscape lenses that aren't heavy or bulky. I use the 23mm f2 and 35 mm f2 almost exclusively. Noise is well controlled. Several preset film settings to use. It is a bit pricey however.

I also had the Olympus M-5 which was also a very capable camera. I also had the Olympus M-10. They are both on the smaller size and versions 2 and 3 are now available. While both cameras had excellent IQ, I did not like the Olympus menu system- and I opted for a larger camera. Many lenses to choose from though.

You really can't go wrong with Olympus or Panasonic or Sony or Fuji. All are very capable of producing excellent results. Fuji just happened to be the one for me.
Jan 13, 2018 20:05:06   #
rgrenaderphoto wrote:
No, you'd only get an error message if your system could not communicate with your printer. Are there printer utilities that will perform a head cleaning, realignment, etc? Run those.


I did the head cleaning. I'll look at the printer utilities to see if there are other tasks.
Jan 13, 2018 09:58:25   #
Lake Powell is in Page too. I understand if you rent a boat and go out a ways there are beautiful rock formations and coves to explore. Next time!
 
Jan 13, 2018 09:55:10   #
jaymatt wrote:
Thanks for looking. How many folks were standing on the edge amazed me, too. I have a balance problem in my old age, but that wasn’t going to stop me: I crawled out there and hung over the edge with my camera.

The only thing I regret is that it was late afternoon and I have some lens flare in my photos. But I certainly don’t regret doing it.


I laid on my stomach reaching over as far as I could make myself- still not quite over the edge though- just couldn't do it. I'm not fond of heights! I wondered later if the view would have been complete if I had climbed up one of the nearby hills- what do you think?
Jan 13, 2018 09:50:35   #
Thanks for the links. I appreciate it. But - everyone is assuming it is a print head blockage and it well may be but I was hoping for a software or connection problem - probably wistful thinking on my part.
Any thoughts on that?



I think it is odd that there haven't been any warnings or error message except that one ink was low after the head cleaning (which I replaced).
Jan 13, 2018 08:46:46   #
Albert2000 wrote:
I sounds like a bad print head. I would contact Epson. This is not a $99 printer.


No it wasn't :) And it is (was) a very good printer.
Jan 13, 2018 08:44:28   #


Thanks for the link. I already visited there. If the heads were clogged I would expect to get an error message but perhaps not.
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