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I am basically a "reader" and seldom participate in the everyday dialog available here. I find the current format easy to use and vote to keep it. The new format slows me down, perhaps because I'm not accustomed to it.
This is a terrific site for my purposes, and I thank you for that. I have learned a lot.
I have used this series before. Very comprehensive publication for my Canon 6D. Haven't actually seen the 5D publication. You can view excerpts on line at Amazon.
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Go to Costco photocenter site, scroll down to order prints. You have the option to upload from several media (in your case from your computer). The price list and available size options for prints is included right under the upload options.
I do this regularly from home and pick up the same day. Quick service and nice quality. You do have to establish an account with the photocenter (also done on line). Hope this helps.
Welcome, and let me suggest going to the following site which under the cameras tab lets you specify features you want and also allows side-by-side comparison. https://www.dpreview.com
Hobby Lobby,if near-by does good work.
I have an old version of Outlook on one laptop and use Comcast's Infinity as the email handler on another. I can import and export the complete contact list from either at will.
Thanks for the good wishes. They are returned to you.
That is a very nice series. Did you notice the other bird in the notch of the tree? Perhaps the other adult, but looks bigger.
I cannot help with the download problem----but, PSE 12 is available on disk of that is what you meant.
Not to insult anyone's intelligence, but make sure you have "zoomed" the image to bigger than the canvas size prior to trying to move it with the hand. The feature won't work on mine without having done so.
Speaking of empty bags---gallon re-sealable freezer bags (either zippered or snap-seal strips)will work as well.
That is heavenly. Very nice photo and processing.
These are beautiful shots. The only recognizable reflection I see of (you???)is in the blue radiator surround in shot three. I'm forever being critiqued about that--so just passing it along.
I also am fairly new to digital photography and have read that when using a tripod one should turn the image stabilization OFF as it too can degrade image quality.