I live in Texas and it is very hot and dry now. I started placing a lid of water, under the bird feeder for the rabbits. Today I was able to get a picture of one of them drinking. The wild turkey also come everyday to drink from the bird baths and to eat the bird seed.
I scanned over 500 slides with the Epson Perfection V600 and was very happy with the results.
We are going on a 15 day National parks bus trip this year. Yellowstone, Arches, Mt Rushmore, Grand Canyon, etc. I shoot with a Nikon D5300 camera. I have a Nikon 18-55, and a 55-200. I am looking at adding the 200-500. In addition I like to take pictures of birds and wildlife. I would appreciate your thoughts.
Capturing a desired image.
I agree. I prefer working in Photoshop.
Just started using the new version of Lightroom (Lightroom CC) How do you do red eye corrections in the upgraded version?
Fantastic shots. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for that advice. I will check that box next time. I have a few more shots to share of last weeks trip.
Some pictures from Pagosa Springs, train ride from Durango to Silverton and Garden of the Gods. October 2017. Would appreciate a critique. Thank you.
I am having a problem with my scanner. I scan a few photo and everything is fine. Then on the next scan the image comes in much smaller, with the whole scanner window showing. I open the lid and scan again. Sometimes it goes back to the larger image, and other times it doesn't. I have opened both versions in Light room and the smaller image is not of the same quality as the larger image. I scan all my images at 600DPI. I have attached a smaller image and a larger image. Any recommendations. Thank you. ChiefEW
I scanned 500 slides from 50 years ago, while stationed in Thailand. Used the Epson V600 $185,00 from B&H. I am very happy with the results.
I purchased the Epson V600 scanner. I scanned about 800 slides, then took them into lightroom. I was very happy with the results. Here is one of the slides from my tour in Thailand 50 years ago.
Great shot. I was not able to get a picture, but I had a Red Tail Hawk on top of my Purple Martin Gourdes and a crow chased him away. The next day I could see a Hawk flying and a crow chasing him. I hope I can get a picture, but do not want the Hawk hurting the Martins.
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Has anyone used the Opteka High definition slide copier or the Volverie F2d 20MP 7-in-1 film digital converter?
What settings do you recommend for creating digitals from slides projected onto a wall? I have a Nikon 5300 and do a lot of shots on automatic. Would this work.