I have the same problem. I updated both my MacBook Pro and Mac Mini from Sierra to High Sierra. Since the update neither will print with my Epson R2400 and Photoshop shuts down when I try to print. I wish I had never done the update as I really don’t see much benefit of High Sierra over Sierra and only caused me problems. I can print from Mac Photos but not Photoshop.
I like this photo...looks like she is well prepared for a great day on the beach!
I love cats but not sure I would mess with this one. He/she looks pissed and ready to tear you a “new one”!
I was there 2 years ago and took my 24-70 and 70-300 with FF body. I used the 70-300 for the majority of my shots and carried the 24-70 in a dry bag. Yes, the critters may be very close to you. The 70-300 was perfect. I didn’t, and would not take a tripod as it would just get in the way of others and slow you down. There is a lot to shoot there.
Wow! Outstanding work...very impressive.
Just curious, when did you shoot this? My wife and I made a trip down to Blackwater about a month ago and no activity there at all. I guess we were too early. Did you see any wood ducks?
I nearly spit my coffee out on this one!...funny.
You can buy the same lens used for less on Amazon.
Johnst1001a, why don’t you just sabotage his sale! Keep your comments to yourself!
I don’t know how other photographers retouched their B&W wet processed prints but I used watercolor paints with good success. I used a combination of black, grays and white carefully mixed on a 6x6 piece of flat clear glass. I placed the glass on a piece of clean white paper so I could judge my gray tones. I started out with a small spot of water on the glass and using a very small fine art brush, dipped into the inks applying a small drop of color into the water and mixed it to achieve the gray tone I needed to match the area I needed to retouch. I used this method for small dust spots and worked quite well even on RC papers and if I was careful with it the retouched area was difficult to detect.
I’m sure most will think this is pretty primitive but it worked for me. You might go on-line and check Blick Art Supply in Allentown, PA and see if they carry any retouching dyes.
Very nice photo....a wall hanger!
Thanks for the link. The Burton 28L looks pretty nice but too long to meet airline carry-on requirements.
I will look thru their other models.