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    I realised that it logs the time when it turns on...

    I realised that it logs the time when it turns on and then logs time relative to that. The times are correct, but it doesn't seem to work with any of my SD chips.
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    HELP!!! ATP Photofinder Mini

    Has anyone else owned an ATP Photofinder, and if so, have you had any problems with the GPS times?

    Update- The docking station now seems to be the problem- whatever card I put in, it says '0...
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    Geotagging Devices

    I've been thinking about getting one of the Geotagging devices on the market- does anyone have any experience with any of the devices.

    I need one which can add geotag information to the EXIF data...
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    Photos of a water bottle

    Well, I'm now involved in a Young Enterprise project, and I need to think up some ideas for product photos.
    The product is a Printed water bottle- (check out my beautiful website) ;), and we need...
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    Hey, whatever, I was in france when the original...

    Hey, whatever, I was in france when the original was posted so the envy is only beginning to hit me. The ONE thing I dislike on my FZ18 is the clunky autofocus and no servo/tracking mode. I need an...
  6. Thread: Cokin A series

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    Yeah, I usually use software but things like...

    Yeah, I usually use software but things like skies are always lost because digital cameras are less sensitive to white light- you can recover a black area of an image, but if the sky is white, you've...
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    Hmm... Looks like some interesting ones to try...

    Hmm... Looks like some interesting ones to try out- as Brynx so graphically explained, there are so many to choose from! I've just ordered an ND2 Grad and a +3 closeup to start with. I've already got...
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    Cokin A series

    I've just ordered a Cokin A series filter mount for my camera, so, what are the best and most useful filters to get?
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    Some pretty good stuff!

    Some pretty good stuff!
  10. Thread: Camera bag deal

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    So, what's the catch?

    So, what's the catch?
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    Aha! how about 'Moving Pictures' - nice pun on...

    Aha! how about 'Moving Pictures' - nice pun on moving, subtle enough not to get a groan?
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    Anything sounds good in Africaans? (forgive my...

    Anything sounds good in Africaans? (forgive my ignorance if I've got the wrong area)
    Prente (pictures)
    Aksie (action)
    lig en kleur (Light and colour)
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    Houston, We have a disco ball! Anyway, I'm not...

    Houston, We have a disco ball!

    Anyway, I'm not sure that we need to set of nuclear weapons to photograph planets. Have you ever looked at google earth? that was with a normal satellite. Now, even...
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    Music for a video presentation

    Here's a test for your musical tastes:

    I've been given the job of unofficial photographer for our village's open gardens event (some great pics!) and I'm doing a 3D presentation in blender 3d to...
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    Sports photography- first thing which comes to...

    Sports photography- first thing which comes to mind is 'Photo Finish'
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    Here's my thought process- correct me if I'm...

    Here's my thought process- correct me if I'm wrong:

    So, target audience- "I don't know the first thing about photography, but I want some guy to come along to my event and take some really eye...
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    That's pretty good. I found this vid-...

    That's pretty good. I found this vid- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3Wh8OtJ1JU look at the first 1.5 seconds for a great effect.
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    You can use Picasa to make some pretty cool...

    You can use Picasa to make some pretty cool on-line HTML galleries, or design one in flash using Moonfruit- great software but you have to pay if you don't want adverts. (www.moonfruit.com) I started...
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    Raise the camera up a bit to minimise reflection....

    Raise the camera up a bit to minimise reflection. Personally, I quite like the effect. Try setting exposure compensation to -1.
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    Fair enough! It looked alright as a thumbnail,...

    Fair enough! It looked alright as a thumbnail, but when I enlarged it- :eek:
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    Yeah, I've checked and you can set a watermark...

    Yeah, I've checked and you can set a watermark with a lot of programs. You set whether you want it to appear on screen or on print.
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    I've done it in CorelDRAW, but you now have to...

    I've done it in CorelDRAW, but you now have to register your watermark under the Copyrights Act (or similar law). I think it's a one off fee, and you can choose whether to watermark on print or on...
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    Ah, yes, I had to take my Tamron filter to pieces...

    Ah, yes, I had to take my Tamron filter to pieces to clean the edge of the glass and put it in the wrong way. It was only after about 100 shots I realised my mistake!

    So. basically, a CPl...
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    I think it just sums up America in the '50s. What...

    I think it just sums up America in the '50s. What a brilliant collection!
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    Ah, so it's probably the ultrasonic motors which...

    Ah, so it's probably the ultrasonic motors which need CPL.

    Can anyone give the scientific difference? Apparently CPl filters 'corkscrew' light waves.
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