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Jul 14, 2019 19:50:39   #
Wow thank you all so much, what a wealth of advice from you all.
I realized we were planning a lot in a short time frame, unfortunately I can't afford more time away from my business.
I think we will be looking at changing our plans after reading some of the advice you have given.
We are planning this mainly for photography and will be dragging our long suffering wives along with us.
Thank you all once again, you are amazing.
Jul 13, 2019 16:45:16   #
I am hoping my fellow hogger's can provide some advice on a road trip I am planning with friends in October or early November.
Day 1 - Flight to Phoenix then drive to Flagstaff and stay overnight.

Day 2 - 3 Drive to monument valley and snap the valley in the day and sunset. Stay local.
Hopefully do a sunrise.

Day 4 – 5 Drive to Arches valley and stay at Moab. Explore valley etc.

Day 6 - drive back down to do the petrified forest and the Windows Arch - then on to Flagstaff for overnight stay
Next day fly back from Phoenix.

What I am asking is if anyone has toured these areas and can give some good advice and any local tips /suggestions. I am also wondering if this is too much in the limited time we have?
We have never toured like this before so any help will be appreciated.
Thanks in advance
Jun 8, 2019 09:00:55   #
I have had a problem with my Wacom Draw tablet not working.
I contacted Wacom Support who told me the problem is due to the recent Apple Mac OS 10.14.5 update.

If anyone is having similar problems follow the steps in the attached link,
Mar 30, 2019 08:33:39   #
philz wrote:
I currently use an unlocked Motorola G5 Plus on T-Mobile which has a 12 mp camera that is shall we say of limited quality and flexibility. So it is only for grab shots when I do not have my better cameras with me.

I need to replace this phone and am looking at the Motorola G7, which at under $300 has a much more sophisticated camera. This is still for me a smartphone first with the camera as a bonus so I am not interested in the high end Samsung or other models. Any input as to the quality of the G7 and other phones in this price range that could be better is appreciated.
I currently use an unlocked Motorola G5 Plus on T-... (show quote)

I use this site for phone reviews they seem thorough and honest reviews.
Mar 12, 2019 18:13:55   #
floridareel wrote:
So sad to hear about Greg, we just met him a few weeks back and he was a great character. We managed to film him for a short time and were hoping to have documented some of his adventures out in Big Cypress.

We added a short tribute and added his footage to our video on Loop Road, if not appropriate to post the link feel free to edit.

Florida Reel, That is an awesome tribute. Thank you so much.
Mar 12, 2019 18:01:28   #
fotkaman wrote:
Hi, there! I would greatly appreciate it if any of the Hoggers here could identify this. Thank you kindly!

Is this a climber that has thorns on the stems?
If it does it looks like Bougainvillea.

Mar 10, 2019 19:52:11   #
treadwl wrote:
May the light always be in your favor and may the golden hour always be truly golden. I will miss you greatly. I hope your work lives forever... Keep on clicking. . .

Mar 10, 2019 08:50:26   #
Very sad news, this forum won't be the same.
I always enjoyed his photographs, which were stunning.
He was such an inspiration.

RIP Gregory45
Mar 10, 2019 08:34:48   #
jlrivera wrote:
How I can change the time I receive the posts? I want to change it because of the Daylight Saving time.

Hi, You can change this in the email notice you receive, there is a PS message with the link at the bottom of the email, click on that and it will open up a new tab called "Digest settings" on that page is heading "You can control the hour of day when the digest is delivered to you".

Hope this helps
Nov 27, 2018 08:19:41   #
decoonass wrote:

Not sure how I would react to someone like this..........................

I would get all my photography friends to go to the park and have a photography shoot outside her property;)
Sep 24, 2018 08:11:23   #
nimbushopper wrote:
I've been corrected, it could be a woman's space too, lol.

Only if she smokes a pipe!
Sep 16, 2018 07:56:53   #
foxfirerodandgun wrote:
Some time back I downloaded a EXIF viewing software on the UHH site that allowed me to view the EXIF data on UHH downloads. desktop will not allow me to log in for whatever reason so I'm now using a lap top that I keep as a backup. I've searched the site for EXIF downloads but am unable to find one that was like the one I was using. Can anyone suggest one to use? At this point I just want one to see the EXIF information on UHH downloaded images if it has not been removed by the poster.

Also, is there anyone who could shed some light on what may be causing the log on issue on my desktop? I get this message:

The user profile service failed the logon.
User profile cannot be loaded.

I'm using Windows 7 Professional, and my password is correct and I can boot up using the "Safe Mode" so the hard drive doesn't seem to have crashed. Is there another way to bypass using a password to log on? Many thanks for any help/ideas that anyone could share.
Some time back I downloaded a EXIF viewing softwar... (show quote)

I use this site downloaded from UHH,
Sep 11, 2018 21:38:13   #
Dear Admin,
Hurry up and get this sorted I miss my 5 am delivery time.
If this is too early for some then let then change their time delivery time.

My delivery notice came through at 2pm, way too late in the day for me.
I enjoy having my breakfast and cuppa reading the digest early in the day.

Thanks for all your work keeping the forum going.

Jul 29, 2018 08:13:35   #
frjeff wrote:
With the one attachment point (top of grip - I have no battery grip), I like how the camera slides up the sling strap when ready to shoot (and nothing in the way of viewfinder).
Does it still slide with two connectors and attachment points? If not, is the viewfinder clear of straps when you raise the camera to shooting position (working like a neck strap with camera hanging in front of you)?

Hi frjeff
The camera still slides easily with no interference to the view finder.
Jul 28, 2018 15:15:14   #
frjeff wrote:
Bought the OP/TECH USA Utility Strap-Sling for my D7200.
Pleased with how it fits, how camera easily slides up and down strap for shooting and comfort carry. Mine is NOT the model with steel cable.

My only concern is the single connection point on the grip side of my D7200. Wondering about how secure and safe it will be (connection failure?). Prefer sling to around neck carry.

Any thoughts or better options?

I have been using Op/Tech straps for four to five years and have it connected to two points one the battery grip and one on the opposite point on the camera.
I have the Uni-loop connectors on both cameras then connect the sling strap to the camera, this works fine for me.
I also put a narrow velcro strap through the clips just to be on the safe side.

I was always told to not trust the tripod mount for carrying the camera as this is designed to support weight not to carry weight.
Not sure how true it is but I wouldn't trust it.
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