Camera Shutter Count. My Ultimate List of Photography Videos to Learn From. My Ultimate List of Photography Videos to Learn From. Vuescan & ColorPerfect, A Guide. Introduction, Raw Scans, Neg Film, Highlight Compression, Slide Film, PhotoShop, Conclusion (updated 7 Mar 2013) Introduction Some time ago I wrote an article about getting the most from colour negative scans with VueScan.
Since writing the article my workflow has changed significantly, and these are the main reasons why: It takes far too long to profile the film base colour using VueScan, scanning isn’t fun at the best of times and I’m an impatient person.I’m now shooting a lot more colour slide film, and wanted something that would work equally well if I needed to tweak colour.I’m shooting 8×10 & 4×5 sheet film which doesn’t have an area of clear base that I can sample.I realised that the old method didn’t stop me having to tweak colour in PhotoShop, and that often the output was worse than from a film preset.
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Due to the nature of the phase detect autofocus system that is present on all SLR cameras, both cameras and lenses must be properly calibrated by manufacturers in order to yield sharp images. How to Quickly Test Your DSLR for Autofocus Issues. Below is the easiest and quickest way to test if your DSLR has an autofocus issue, along with a recommendation on what to do if there is a problem.
This test can be used to detect front focus or back focus issues with a particular lens or a camera body. I will be using the Nikon D800E as a reference camera for this article, but any modern DSLR with Live View capability can be used for the same test (even entry-level DSLRs such as the Nikon D3200 have a Live View mode). Why would you want to test your camera for autofocus issues? Callendar Estate : Falkirk.
At Callender Estate we have built a network of single track mountain bike trails to complement the walking and horse riding routes already available.
They are easy family friendly routes through attractive woodland. Each trail has been graded according to its level of dificulty and challenge. Green is easy, blue is moderate and red challenging. Dave’s Monster Computer Speed Tests and Computer Recommendations for DSLR Editing. So Just How Fast is Dave’s Monster Editing Rig?
This video will get a little technical, but don’t leave just yet, because I think this is one of my best videos and I think everyone will learn from this video and it might save you hundreds of dollars if you are looking to upgrade your computer in the future. So to recap very quickly, I built my own system with a i7-3930K CPU, 32G of 1600MHz RAM, GTX 680 4G of RAM GPU, and two SSD’s and two hard drives.
See my parts list video and build for all the links to the products. Ultimate Exposure Computer. Imagine an exposure computer so advanced that it uses your eyes as a sensor.
The processing unit is as powerful as your brain. The computer is accurate over a light range from reflected starlight through the light produced in a hydrogen fusion reaction. This computer weighs nothing and operates without batteries. It comes with instructions to allow you to implant the capabilities of the computer directly into your own memory so you can accurately judge a correct exposure by simply looking at the type of light that the subject is in. SD Card Recovery - Card Recovery Tutorial.
A SD Card (Secure Digital) is a flash memory card widely used by digital cameras.
The capacities are from 256 MB, 512 MB, 1 GB, 2 GB, 4 GB to 128 GB, and types include the SD memory card, SDHC, SDXC, miniSD and microSD. The SD Card was developed by SanDisk, Toshiba and Panasonic. The SD Card is compact and slim but handles high volume content. CardRecovery is a popular SD Card Recovery software to recover deleted, formatted, corrupted or lost pictures, images and photos from the SD Card. K20D deleted all—not 1. Of course it was while on vacation that a big problem made me remember the value of mental pictures — even to photographers.
By an evening fire I passed around my K20D for all to see on its LCD the last days' shots of a pair of Bald Eagles and 100 other wonders of Nature from the Endless Mountains of north-central Pennsylvania. Before crawling into my sleeping bag, I deleted one poor shot. Instead of the quick flash of the orange light indicator of a deletion, the light continued flashing and the camera showed repeated DELETING — not typical of getting rid of one image. The oddness of it made me try to stop it, but I could not interrupt it. The dysfunction emptied the 8GB card. The next day as I carefully rechecked every shot, another new problem developed: Though all images showed for a moment on the LCD after being shot, when I reviewed them later, some came up with error message "CAMERA CANNOT DISPLAY IMAGE.
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