It's nice to get an idea of what everyone else is doing.
Thanks to all.
After exploring Ad's list of items I think I will eventually utilize more of LR's tools. Especially since I already have nearly ten years of catalogs without a solid foundation of organization.
Right now, I use Flickr's...
I plan on shooting during the weekend and processing and posting during the week.
I have an A6400 and an A6000 but will likely use the newer body.
For lens(es), I'm going to try two. Sigma 30 1.4 and the Nikon 100mm 2.8E.
Hope I can find my old extension tubes.
This challenge's theme is Fun.
While such a simple thought there are so many simple things right now that are simply unsimple. I thought just thinking of translating the word into a snapshot or photograph might allow us all to escape all of our new challenges for at least a few moments.
I thought to myself, this is the best thread title of the year but I really don't have anything in common except coffee.
Little did I know it's really all about old Nikkors. I almost teared up thinking about them and the Cafe. :biggrin:
Excellent right into the sun too.
I think there's huge value in Adobe's subscription plan. For me, it would be an easier path with a potentially minimal financial obligation. And to be truthful without proper GAS management a perpetual license could easily be a burden.
I think the move to Capture One is mostly lateral at this...
I have to admit, with 15 years of digital photography I've never really honed a workflow.
I used Lightroom to sort and develop and once in a while I'd finish in Photoshop or a plugin like NIK or Luminar, etc.
When Adobe went subscription only, I wandered off to try and find something else but...
Catan is fun. Haven't played in a long while.
I used to like RISK in my teens.
Lots of backgammon and chess.
I want to try throw, throw burrito.
Won't have the staying power as some of the classics but probably good for a laugh or ten.
My last dslr was a Pentax K70 a few years ago. The little Pentax primes were on my bucket list.
Was fun and now done. ( :
I think an older Nikon FX body with F1.8G primes would be something I might try again - then again probably not.
I would be. If the price/performance ratio was in line.
The Fuji 16, 35 and 56 are three of my all time favs.
As a Sony aps-c shooter I have no problem saying that my Sigma F1.4s work just as well(for me) at a fraction of the price.
@Jonathan F/2 - Disappointing. I was hoping for Tokina...
I added the A6000 as a backup recently and like it. It's old but still pretty darn capable. One thing led to another and now I have an A6400 and the Sigma 16, 30 and 56.
I tried to play in the majors but truth is I'm a minor league baller. ( :
This kit gives me a semblance of an old Fuji set up...
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I picked this up just over a month ago. It was from a private party and was listed as unused.
I used it for a couple of shoots so it's very close to the same...
I'm interested also.
A google search doesn't bring up much for me.
The wireless pro seems to be the cheapest all in one solution I've found.
Longshot, but maybe a local printing store can burn to dvd for you? Edit: no internet access = no store.
Or maybe a cheap used android phone with...