Very nice images!
I'd love to try something like this, but with my luck combined with all those chemicals around, I'd accidentally find a way to blow up my apartment. lol
Keep up the good work! :thumbup:
I don't shoot Nikon so I'm not sure why it isn't focusing before shooting. All my Canon bodies do. Perhaps it's a setting on the remote itself?
If you can't get it to work with your current setup, I'd suggest trying a wired release with a half press button.
I have about a dozen of these...
Since I've been here?
Looks like a bit has changed, but overall it's the same TPF I remember.
I suppose a reintroduction is in order. My name is John, and I'm from upstate NY. I joined here back in 2005, but took a bit of a hiatus from posting. I have a number of cameras, but they're all...
I have 2 copies of the software that came with my XT and XSi.
I'll have a look in my closet and see if I can find them. If I can, I can give you one of my copies.
I can't help you with Elements though.
It's pretty cool seeing someone else from the city I live posting.
If that shot was from the cemetery on Mygatt street (can't remember the name at 2:40 in the morning), then I think I have a very similar shot.
Yours is much nicer though, so I won't be posting mine. :lmao:
Is that from the South Washington Street bridge?
After seeing the way that bridge moved during the last flood, and then feeling it shake a couple of summers ago when they had the concerts on it, I don't like crossing it anymore. :lmao:
I'm no computer expert, but I'd guess that it's the fault of the PC, not the software.
A 0.9Ghz processor is pretty old, and really under powered for running image editing software and trying to open even a 10MB picture.
I'd imagine getting more ram would help, but it's still going to be...
First I'd like to say they're some pretty impressive pictures IMHO. If people here are interested, they can check the EXIF data in the one you posted in reply #56. It shows that the picture was indeed shot with the camera phone mentioned earlier.
You can upload the .rar archive to...
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