Better overexposed than under exposed. At least she erred in the right direction.
<p>B+W for expensive very lenses since they are stronger more likely to protect than Hoya.</p>
<p>Thats ridiculously contaminated with fungus, get rid of it.</p>
<p>You guys got me curious so found this answer on the Adobe FAQ's for creative cloud:</p>
<p><strong>"Yes. Creative Cloud desktop applications...
<p>I have CS5 for my 2.3GHZ Quad Core 8GB Dell PC w/ Photoshop CS5 and Lightroom 5.7.</p>
<p>I have Macbook Pro 2.5 Quad Core 16GB...
<p>Thanks, Shun for the heads up by the way. I purchased my D610 on Oct 19. I just got in under the wire.</p>
I called B&H first thing this morning. I plead my case and the first guy took notes. Then a second guy called me an hour
later. They not only...
<p>I bought a D610 from B&H 4 weeks ago w/o the special, would they honor a retroactive discount lens purchase I wonder?</p>
<p>I am successfully using Nikon Scan for my 9000 scanner on Windows 8.1.</p>
If you put your eyes close to screen and look at Guy ' s panorama, you will appreciate how nice it looks despite its small
@Ellis, it's good to see you still on these boards, I recognize your name from way back. Thanks for your input.
@walt: I wanted to "buy right, buy once" is the reason for buying multirow.. Also that's encouraging the I can use my 300
2.8 as that lens is...
@kari: sweeping vistas of seascapes, rural
landscapes, industrial landscapes,
architectural panoramas. And others I have not thought of yet...
<p>Awesome to hear. Searched Googled high and low yesterday but yours did not pop up. Thanks again.</p>
<p>Hello, I enjoy shooting panoramics of landscape and cityscapes and then stitching in Photoshop. I have used in past Arca Swiss ball head with a...
<p>Hello, I am considering getting a Nikon PC-E 24mm to use on my new Nikon D610 body. IS there anyone out there who has both of these who can...
<p>@ Al: Yes it happens. That's one consideration when buying these lenses. What smart guys do is sell there and upgrade each time a new version...
<p>did you call them: http://www.precisioncameraworks.com/ ?</p>
<p>If it is metallic or paint chip or dust you're ok. As long as it is not a fungus growth you're good.</p>
<p>Get the <strong>110mm 2.8 lens</strong>. One of the best portrait lenses ever.</p>
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