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Oct 16, 2015 08:12:37   #
Oct 16, 2015 07:24:06   #
lamiaceae wrote:
That is what I love about Ps CS6, actually hate: knowing how to do something is one thing but knowing where to do it is something else, and what is often nearly impossible.

Are you using Ps CS6 for Windows or Macintosh? On my Windows CS6 I see no top level "Pull Down" for Open or Raw File. So where are you? Somewhere under File or Edit? Or are you in ACR or Bridge somewhere?

And yes, I've been using Ps long enough to actually have CS6 and not CC.

i am using ps cs6 for windows, guess i should have been more a raw file, THEN click on file (top left corner, next to PS), scroll down towards the bottom, click on file info, then click on advanced tab (on the top towards the right)

i hope these instructions and photo help you locate the info.
i am surprised you say you find no pull down for file.

Oct 15, 2015 19:34:51   #
Architect1776 wrote:
Great shots.
thanks so much!
Oct 15, 2015 19:34:38   #
Muddyvalley wrote:
Is there any sag or play in the tubes when extended with the weight of the 105mm lens attached? Does it lock up firmly on both the camera body and the various lenses you've used it with?
I did not find any sag nor play: the extension is very solid. Even extended to 71mm, it works well. Yes, it locks firmly on both the lens & the camera.
Oct 15, 2015 16:30:25   #
Nikonian72 wrote:
Well written introduction to a new macro accessory. And the photos ain't too shabby either!
Thanks so much!!!
I will post another intro for the Savage Macro Art Adjustable Dual Arm LED Light:
Oct 15, 2015 16:10:00   #
I use a Nikon D750 camera with a Sigma 105-mm macro lens. To get really close, I used the Macro ART Variable Auto-Extension Tube made by Savage Universal:

I have tried extension tubes in the past I never did have any luck with them. I found when trying to use all 3, I could not focus. This extension tube is a one piece, well made, and all metal. It goes from 55-71mm of extension. I used it with my macro lens at a recent indoor Dalia flower show. It was easy to use & easy to focus with the camera on a tripod. I tried both the 55 mm and the 71 mm. I was happy with the results.

The depth of field is shallow, blending into soft focus to the surrounding areas. I was very happy with the results. This was my first time using this variable extension tube.
ISO 250, EV +7, 1/25-sec at f/4, with extension at 55-mm

with extension at 71-mm

Oct 15, 2015 08:42:50   #
i am a nikon user, for macro i use a sigma 105 f2.8 on my nikon full frame camera. i have also used Macro ART Variable Auto-Extension Tube. i was able to get very close up images.
Oct 15, 2015 08:27:56   #
you can find the shutter actuations in photoshop cs6. i tried but couldn't find it in ps cc.
in ps6
open raw file>file menu>file info> advanced tab>schema> toggle on and read "auz:imageNumber"
Sep 19, 2015 07:20:13   #
Sep 19, 2015 07:15:50   #
i use them often, when i travel for a few days, clear ones carry my morning pills, black ones carry my night time ones. also have one in my car with quarters for parking meters.

i am definitely old!! :)
Sep 16, 2015 09:22:39   #
photogenic wrote:
I'm very new at digital photography (since January). I keep reading about shutter count. I have a Nikon D3200. How do I find out the information of how many pictures I took? Also while I'm at it, what does the "Fn" button do. I lost my manual so I don't have that info.
Thanks in advance

If you use photoshop, you can also get the shutter actuations.
open raw file>file menu>file info>advanced tab>schema ( >toggle on and read "aux:ImageNumber

i don't think this works with jpegs files.
Sep 11, 2015 11:30:11   #
i would suggest you definitely consider africa. ebola was in west africa, not even close to south africa or east africa. i would stay away from kenya right now.
i am definitely planning on going back to namibia/botswana. it is really a trip of a lifetime.
i have friends that were there this summer and some are going in october.

if you do decide not to go, i might suggest austrailia. there is so much to see there too. so many photo opps.
Sep 11, 2015 07:43:16   #
plessner wrote:
OK Hoggers I need some advice I have won a trip to anywhere!!!!!YAHOO :-) :-) :-)
Please help me decide which of these two you think would be better Kenya or Botswana&Zimbwe
I have narrowed it down to this is where in the world I want to go
your help will be appreciated

wow. how awesome for you.
i went to tanzania, and loved every single second there. not only was i blown away by the wildlife but going into maasai villages was very overwhelming & moving. we were so welcomed there, it was an amazing experience.
best wishes on a trip of a lifetime!!!

Sep 10, 2015 08:43:20   #
FiddleMaker wrote:
Roni, just saw this video. Excellent. I may have to consider this product because the Nikon el-cheapo straps are nothing but crap. -FiddleMaker

i also have the imo straps, very comfortable and come in all different designs.
Sep 10, 2015 08:26:36   #
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