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Feb 11, 2019 08:09:18   #
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.
 
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Feb 9, 2019 07:59:06   #
I like this photo...looks like she is well prepared for a great day on the beach!
Feb 9, 2019 07:56:37   #
I love cats but not sure I would mess with this one. He/she looks pissed and ready to tear you a “new one”!
Jan 29, 2019 07:47:24   #
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.
Jan 29, 2019 07:10:34   #
Wow! Outstanding work...very impressive.
Jan 22, 2019 08:22:25   #
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?
 
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Jan 17, 2019 08:42:04   #
I nearly spit my coffee out on this one!...funny.
Jan 15, 2019 08:28:43   #
johnst1001a wrote:
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!
Dec 30, 2018 07:44:16   #
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Dec 3, 2018 09:38:21   #
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.

Good Luck!
 
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Dec 2, 2018 09:19:48   #
GED wrote:
You may want to look at the Kinesis bags, I use a L321 or an old Lowe pro bag for my 400/2.8.


Thanks GED.
Dec 2, 2018 08:58:49   #
Very nice photo....a wall hanger!
Nov 29, 2018 14:00:43   #
oregonfrank wrote:
Check Kenesis Photo, consider their backpack frame and separate bags.


OK, I will. Thank you.

Goober
Nov 29, 2018 13:59:10   #
sloscheider wrote:
Burton makes outdoor gear aimed at snowboarding folks and a couple years back came out with several photo packs. I’ve got the f-stop model that might do what you want.

http://www.burton.com/us/en/p/f-stop-28l-camera-backpack/W19-110301.html


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.

Goober
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