There are Ten Tips:
1. Warm Up Those Tones.
2. Sunglasses Polarizer.
3. Outdoor Portraits That Shine.
4. Macro Mode Madness.
5. Horizon Line Mayhem.
6. Massive Media Card.
7. High Rez All the Way.
8. Tolerable Tripod.
9. Self Timer Fun.
10. Slow Motion Water.
There's been several of these posts lately. There are different user names and the member has just a handful of total posts, the English grammar is very bad, and the sig is odd, like "acai berry" or "christmas gifts." All the members have a "sify.com" email address. The text of the posts is mostly photography related, but the content is as awkward as the syntax. This has all the hallmarks of spam posts, but these have no links in them. So what's up here?
Canon 60D & lenses & flashes & stuff
A bunch of cheap vintage film cameras
My Etsy store
This is a trick that I tried today to save a shot 'ruined' by sun glare off the inside of the lens hood. The sun was reflected from a window just out of the frame above the bird feeder. The glare that it created made what looked to be an irreparable glare washing out the pic.
I used ACDSee 2009 and used the automatic exposure correction. One click was all it took. Would PSE 7 or Photoshop itself be that quick and easy. One click-Done!
Seeing the picture starts the process
D7100, Sigma 150 f/2.8 Macro, Tamron 70-300 Macro, Sigma 17-70 F2.8 Macro,
Tamron 70-300 Di VC USD 60Th Anniv. ,SB700, Vivitar 383, Manfrotto t-pod, monopod
What is the best technique to make your camera last and long?
Interactive Virtual Tour Specialist
Don't worry about it, just use it.
Originally Posted by joyce
I'd say vastly improved, though not quite "fixed". PSE has a Auto function as well.
Originally Posted by Falconest174
Pentax K20D/K5/15/21/40/70/10-17/12-24, Sigma 17-70 2.8-4.5/150-500, Tamron 90 Macro/70-200 2.8, Canon SX20 IS/Elph 500HS
(formerly Pentax 50 1.4/50-200/55-300/K100D, Sigma 18-50 2.8/70-300 APO, Tamron 28-75, Viv 800, Tele-Tokina 800, Canon S3 IS, Samsung L210)
Here are some nice pictures and a tutorial of how the photographer did it. Probably interest a few people here.
I'm not sure where the best place would be for this question, but anyone who is interested in digital photography should review Sony Cyber-Shot DSC camera for its performance and quality of pictures. A good place to find about Sony Cyber-Shot DSC camera reviews is at:
<a href="http://digitalbrandcamerasreview.com">digital cameras</a>
Originally Posted by Robert Besen
I have already reported it.