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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;)
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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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Jun 30, 2018 07:00:40   #
Genessi wrote:
There is no setting for paper size 11x14 Can you tell me how to set this?

If you downloaded "Print Studio Pro" when you installed the printer, you can set a custom size and add it.
Hope this helps.
Mar 12, 2018 08:20:39   #
elliott937 wrote:
There are, without a doubt, excellent camera stores who have featured mail order services.

But it occurred to me that we still need to endorse our -local- camera stores, especially if they have an excellent reputation.

To begin, I'd like to endorse Schiller's Camera store here in St. Louis, here for more than 100 years, and outstanding staff. I've purchased my Canon 5DII from them, and along with that 3 L series lenses. They are always my "go to" store, not only for the equipment, but also for opinions and advice. I know all of you would agree with me in saying that we NEED to support our local camera stores. So I'm beginning that here with:

I hope no one minds my beginning thread.
There are, without a doubt, excellent camera store... (show quote)

My local store is "Marshalls Camera" in Auburndale" Florida, great customer service and helpful staff.
Mar 7, 2018 08:13:20   #
cfhelz45 wrote:
I was wondering if any UHH members have been to Merritt Island near Cape Kennedy in Florida for bird pictures. How does it compare to Gator Land which has a very large rookery? Input would be appreciated.

I use this site to help me find out what birds have been seen in an area before visiting.

I have never been to Gatorland before, but I am planning to go this Sunday with friends.
We are going early and plan on using the Photographers pass.
Dec 31, 2017 09:03:11   #
Tom DePuy wrote:
Today would have been my daughters 36th birthday....
She was only 7 yrs. old when we lost her in a tornado..

Tom I am so sorry for your loss, I can't imagine your heartbreak.
Dec 25, 2017 08:14:35   #
GregWCIL wrote:
I figured this was the best forum to ask since the experts hang out here. My wife and I and a couple of photography friends are thinking about a trip to the sunshine state. I'm guessing early spring is best due to birds migrating in, but would January be not so good? Also, we would obviously include time in the everglades (probably the north area). But I've read about a lake where there are many, many Ospreys nesting. I believe a local guide will take you out on a boat. Any suggestions on a week-long general itinerary? Oh, one last question: I've always wanted to catch an egret during breeding season with the green head and puffed up feathers. When do they display like that?
I figured this was the best forum to ask since the... (show quote)

Hello Greg, Circle B Bar Reserve is a great place for photographing wildlife and bird watching. They do guided bird hikes by Pam DeNeve, Pam is very knowledgable if you get chance I would recommend it.
I have attached a link to the events at Circle B. It is best to call them to put your name on the list for any activities.
I forgot to mention, if you want to get some photographs of birds of prey The avian reconditioning center is a must.
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Nov 3, 2017 16:50:04   #
gjgallager wrote:
You've shot (well, taken a picture of) a Yellow-throated Warbler, setophaga dominica. Audobon has a nice Android app, maybe Ios too. Greg.

Thank you for looking and your help with the identification, much appreciated.
Nov 3, 2017 16:28:21   #
I spent this morning at Lake Kissimmee State Park with a friend.
We found this bird searching through the oak trees near the observation tower.

The photograph has been cropped.

I would be grateful for your help with identifying this bird.


Nov 1, 2017 16:20:07   #
JohnFrim wrote:
These photos need a better background.

Who cares about the background;)
Nov 1, 2017 15:35:24   #
Hi, I have just heard about this device from a friend who is ordering one.
Watching the video about it I am not sure if it is for me. I enjoy using my methods for taking photographs and feel this is taking the skill away from the individual.

I am curious to see what fellow hogs have to say about it.


Sorry I meant to post this link to the site.
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