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Perhaps, except that it ended, and I didn't get that shot til yesterday, heh.
So, after trading away my D100 for an albino boa last August, I've been cameraless, except for the short loan of a friend's Sony point-n-shoot. Anyway, I've pickd up another D100, and gave it a good workout over the weekend. Here's a few of the shots from the reptile show in Tampa. http://www...
Well, now that he's back, it looks like it's gonna bw CowKiller
Dream Theater, Van Halen, Dokken, Giant?
Not that old school
I kinda just skipped the Van Halen generation... I like stuff from earlier (dad's influence), and stuff that came out after, heh.
I'm willing to go with majority vote... so suggest a few names, and we'll start a poll
It's a separate applicatino, but worth EVERY penny. They do a "Home" version for 29 bucks, that just does 8 Bit images (well, 24Bit but 8 bits per colour per pixel). They have a more expensive version that also works with the images that are 12/16 bits per colour per pixel (RAW files). htt...
It has nothing to do with people not having confidence in themselves. This has to do with this being a webmaster forum, for webmasters to discuss web-related issues. This is not a legal forum. None of us claim to be attorneys (even those who are here and may actually be attorneys). If you've written...
This could be one of a million things... Image is not JPG format and you referenced a JPG. Image is not GIF format and you referenced a GIF. It could be a corrupt image. The URL may be wrong. You uploaded through FTP in ASCII format when you should've done Binary format. Can you elaborate a little m...
Okies, now my reply to this one.. increasing the ISO speed and it was set lower at 200 and i increased it to 1600 No no, you WANT ISO200 or 400. ISO1600 produces a LOT of noise. Shoot ISO200 or 400, buy faster lenses, or lenses with IS (Image Stabilization) for Canon, VR (Vibration Reduction) for Ni...
Didn't see this thread, so I'll nuke my post from the other thread and put it here... --- Definitely check your settings. I don't know if the Rebels have an "Auto ISO" (the D100, D70 and Nikon DSLRs doo), but turn that off. I rarely shoot higher than ISO400, and when I do, I definitely run...
Some people just refuse to learn.
A.Kannan, I'll show you how to do it, my regular rate is $90/hr.
I had problems with my husband cheating on me doing our marriage with many different women.
I'ms sorry for your illness, but if somebody had screwed around on me in a marriage, I wouldn't be leaving them a thing, except possibly instructions on how to self-procreate.
Seek an attorney.
I loved my D100, but I still traded it for a snake (of course, the snake was worth twice as much as the camera at the time, heh). I just picked up another D100 (I was gonna wait and get a D200, but I was made an offer I couldn't refuse). I'm still saving for a D200 :) Btw, the only real issues I hea...
If you're a student, you can get Photoshop for about 300 bucks (instead of the regular retail of $650).
For that kind of money, I'd probably pick up a low end DSLR (especially if you're looking for "a really good one". "Really good one" and $100-450 usually don't go together, but people have different definitions of "good". For me, "Good" is the Nikon D200 which...
Your ISO is too high and your exposure's not long enough.
That's not a problem with RAW issues, it just looks like a technique problem.
What ISO is your camera set to shoot at?
Yeah, the Rebel XT's not a bad camera for what it costs. I'm sure you'll be happy with it. I'm just curious to see how long it'll take you to shoot fully manual. Setting your own aperture, exposure, ISO, etc.
Nope, I don't have those any more. What are you getting mtg?
Yeah, that may work. The camera's only 5MP right? So you'd probably be able to get at least... I don't know, maybe 300-400 shots in JPG mode at highest quality. That would probably do you on a good day out. Personally what I'd do, is get two 1Gig cards. Once your first card's full, switch it out for...
bummer... that's why I shoot CompactFlash (and why I'll only - presently - buy a camera that stores to CF cards. They're supported by everything (USB readers, built-in readers, PCMCIA readers for laptops), but I also have a 40Gig DigiBin; Which is basically a 40Gig hard drive, an text LCD panel, a b...
The main reason I do it is so that I can update the original job post, and then for future visitors, all the information is in a single location. They don't have tp spend half an hour reading a thread for a potentially small job, or a job they may not ultimately be interested in. Less posts on the t...
I don't know if I'd go as far as to say out of control, but Google definitely aren't as perfect as they think they are.
Whether they were using doorways or not, it was NOT solely for the purpose of fooling search engines. It was for the ease of their visitors' use.
BMW doesn't NEED that 0.4% of referrals from Google.
Chances are, I think Google woke up and just fixed their algo.
Companies like BMW don't need to resort to anything nefarious to promote their site in the SERPs (they don't need serps referrals, everybody already knows who they are and where they are). Google knows this.
Are you sure those pages are being found through your navigation and not SERPs?
I've got about 35 domains with them right now, never lost one, never heard anything like this.
He says it as if he knows it because that's Google's official word on the subject. So, I would assume that it's pretty sure.
They wouldn't have been able to legally have that statement on their site for so long had it not been true. Somebody would've found out otherwise by now if it were.
I pay $99 a month for this thing and was promised 24/7/365 monitoring.....its false. Well, 24/7/365 monitoring doesn't mean 24/7/365 uptime, and I'm assuming they don't specify who will actually be doing the monitoring? Did they say what they'd be monitoring? If they don't specify exactly what they...