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Posts for: Strucar2
Apr 12, 2019 07:59:20   #
A friend recommended this camera for traveling. It’s light and zooms to 600 ...he loves the images. Anyone have any thoughts on this camera?
 
Mar 25, 2019 08:49:14   #
Mar 25, 2019 08:27:41   #
I do have questions. 1. I can’t find 11x14 size in the drop down menus. 2. I am using red river paper and have downloaded the icc profile for it but can’t find it in psp when I print.
Mar 25, 2019 08:23:54   #
Maybe it’s my monitor, was calibrating difficult? Did it make a huge difference?
Mar 25, 2019 08:19:11   #
I have a pixma pro 100. Here is my question. What’s the best way to go at it, through LR print mod, Photoshop print or using print studio pro ? Plus I have 11x14 inch paper and I can’t find a setting for that size in any of the print modules.
Feb 14, 2019 10:09:14   #
Linda From Maine wrote:
Perhaps he's thinking of the properties of a polarizing filter?
https://digital-photography-school.com/how-to-use-and-buy-polarizing-filters/

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Could be. I’m new to photography. Here is my scenario. I went to an equestrian event during the day( super bright out). So the majority of my shots were from an angle below the subject. You kind of need to look up to shoot a horse (at least from the ground). That being said my shots had a lot of blown out backgrounds. Plus everything looks somewhat washed out. I’m shooting raw with an EOS R and adjusting exposure according to the histogram in my viewfinder. I was thinking a nuetral density filter would help bring out the colors and reduce the brightness while still enabling me to shoot the horses in movement. Am I wrong?
 
Feb 14, 2019 09:26:51   #
Here’s my problem. I like to shoot in the afternoon but it always super bright out. Can someone recommend a nuetral density filter that I can use while walking around ( no tripod). I just want to reduce the brightness a little but not so much that I need to use a tripod .
Jan 27, 2019 08:25:06   #
You can access Lynda.com thru your local library website for free. Adobe (and many others) offer complete courses on PS LR and just about anything else. It’s a great resource
Jan 27, 2019 08:25:05   #
You can access Lynda.com thru your local library website for free. Adobe (and many others) offer complete courses on PS LR and just about anything else. It’s a great resource
Jan 18, 2019 09:20:58   #
Jan 3, 2019 08:25:21   #
80mm. $14.00 on amazon. They do get heavy lugging them around


 
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