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  1. If your video card has a DVI output it may be able to run one more monitor if you add a splitter and perhaps an adapter to HDMI if needed. https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-1-d&q=dvi+splitter
  2. I have the Canon 70-200 L IS II and the 2X II extender it is a combination that works well together. I use the combination on a 5D Mk IV and a 90D. I did discover that you need a fast shutter speed to ensure sharp photos 1/1600 is normal. I thought I might be missing out with this combination until I watched this video.
  3. The nice thing about a mongrel machine is you can easily replace parts. It becomes difficult with older name brand machines with proprietary hardware. I just upgraded my 10 year old computer with some new parts. Intel i9 processor, 32gb of ram, 1TB M.2 drive, new fans and cpu cooler and kept my old hard drives all for less than $900. I don't know if its because of the pandemic but computer parts are really cheap right now. Prices for CPU's and memory fluctuate like oil and other commodities so timing can be important. Mine was really dirty inside too.
  4. You might open up the case of your computer and see how dirty it is. If the cooling system is plugged up it will cause overheating and damage to the CPU or motherboard. You can blow out the dust with canned air. SSD's are really cheap right now $50 for 500gb. Most come with a means to transfer all your software over to the new drive.
  5. My 4 year old laptop benefited from an SSD transplant as far as editing 4K video is concerned. I put the operating system and photo and video editing programs on the SSD and moved the old spinney drive to the DVD slot for storage of files. My desktop computer is 9 years old and needs a heart transplant soon. I was hoping the government would come through with some stimulus money soon but I guess not this year. Alamy sales haven't been good this year either, but I'm hopeful as more people get vaccinated demand for photos will begin to pick up.
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  7. This may help making a purchase. It always helps to buy a computer with specs greater than the minimum requirements in order to future proof it. https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/system-requirements.html
  8. Caught this guy and his partner in crime last Wednesday at the wildlife refuge.
  9. I am pretty sure its a Red-tailed hawk but I am terrible at identifying hawks.
  10. Just stumbled on this one while looking for something else. From January 2019, completely ignored it back then. h
  11. Not enough for a cup of coffee for these sales. Must be friends of the new owners. https://theculturetrip.com/north-america/usa/california/articles/20-must-visit-attractions-in-california/ Sean Pavone Von Labak California California Veronica Wong Zoonar GmbH Charles de Candolle Ian Dagnall Commercial Collection Greg Vaughn Sundry Photography Gonzalo Azumendi 4k-Clips
  12. Jeapardy TV show credits transcript with two Alamy usages listed. Alamy credit only. https://jboard.tv/viewtopic.php?t=5790&start=220 Oh Dear a can of worms https://jboard.tv/search.php?keywords=alamy&fid[0]=1
  13. The bricks in the chimney look like Clinker bricks https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clinker_brick
  14. Paul-Henri Cahier could probably help as he or his father Bernard were most likely at those races. I don't know if he would be willing to help but you could ask. I don't know how to contact him directly but he has a Facebook page and website and he might enjoy seeing those old photos. https://www.facebook.com/paulhenri.cahier https://www.f1-photo.com/About-us
  15. You can also use Canon's DPP4 program to convert the RAW files to Tiff which will work with your version of Lightroom. You can keep the Raw files and store the Tiffs in a separate folder, but as a long term strategy its not a good one. The Tiffs will be eating away at your storage space on your hard drives. With all the improvements to Lightroom it would be worth spending the price of a couple of Lattes or a burger and fries for what you get.
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