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Newbie Here

Postby daveg » Tue 14 Feb 2012 15:58

Hi there,

Just a quick introduction.

I'm 100% Nikon. D700 with the following Nikon Lenses:

20mm f2.8 af-d, 50mm f1.4G, 105mm f2.8 AF-s VR.

16-35mm f4 AF-s VR, 28-80mm f3.5-5.6 G, 70-300mm VR.

SB-800 and R1 (3xSB-200).

NX2.3 and trying desperately to become Adobe Free.

I look forward to participating wherever possible.

DG
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Welcome Newbie...

Postby Stany Buyle » Tue 14 Feb 2012 16:07

:D
Do you plan to add D800 or D800E in the future? Just curious...
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Re: Newbie Here

Postby daveg » Tue 14 Feb 2012 18:40

Moderator action (mistake): Sorry I made a mistake while answering your post and deleted your answer on my question about D800. Sorry.
If you post it again, I'll insert it in the right spot. Stany.


P.S. two issues: Why, in spite of ticking the "log me in every time" box do I have to Log In each time I visit?
Secondly - having posted, is there any way of editing a post?
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Re: Newbie Here

Postby Stany Buyle » Tue 14 Feb 2012 18:51

P.S. two issues: Why, in spite of ticking the "log me in every time" box do I have to Log In each time I visit?

Since we moved http://www.fotografie.fr to http://www.nikonuser.info wa have this issue. We're working on it but it can take 2 more weeks.
Secondly - having posted, is there any way of editing a post?

You can edit for 30 minutes I believe... Making editing time longer can ruin complete topics.
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Re: Newbie Here

Postby James » Sun 26 Feb 2012 14:33

Good to meet you Dave.

I agree about being adobe free, it's a great goal to have - it's just this colour issue that I would need to find an alternative to!

On the Mac I can create a new camera profile, but I don't always want the "corrected" colours as the lightsource might be different or the lens might have characteristics, or I just prefer the image from a different profile. Unfortunately I've yet to find a solution that is anything like as convenient as the ColourChecker / Lightroom one for hundreds of images.

Anyway, good to meet you!
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