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Phil Crean

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  1. Today I ftp'd 28 images as stock using Filezilla. End report said 26 uploaded 2 not uploaded. Re uploaded the 2 that had not gone through. Just looked at track images; it shows 2 FTP uploads today, the first with 32 images, the second with 2.....Totally f...in' confused Phil
  2. Well I just had to delete half of my upload...it seems the FTP route takes a long time to appear in track images so something to bear in mind for future
  3. Did one FTP yesterday and thought it had gotten lost so redid it FTP, now total showing as both received, but in one line on track page. Will have to delete half when they pass.
  4. Fuji X100; X100S; X100T; fixed f2 lens, superb quality, built in ND filter, Leaf shutter. I'm still using the oldest X100 and it still looks great! Phil
  5. http://downloads.bbc.co.uk/informationandarchives/Photo_Library_rate_card_2012.pdf Some info on what the BBC would charge you Phil
  6. Good to see they're actually paying for images Maybe they are staring to realise all the freebies sent in by viewers are worth exactly what they cost
  7. A few weeks ago someone in Guimar, Tenerife, was fined for calling the Policia Local a bunch of skivers, on Facebook, under this same law. It's a move back to Franco era restrictions at a time when there is also a big move to remove traces of Francos name and references from public streets, strange contradiction It's a law that's likely to be repealed once the Eurocrats in Brussels get to grips with it as it clearly infringes freedom of speech legislation. Phil
  8. Another option: In photoshop, Duplicate the background; Change blend mode to colour; Add gaussian blur between 3 and 6 usually does the trick. You will see the offending colour fade away. Then add a mask to the layer, fill with black and brush in white over the offending area. Works on the most stubborn cases Phil
  9. +1.... no change for me in terms of the display!I am beginning to wonder if the firmware was corrupt when I installed it and are wondering if I can re download it and re install it .. Or just wait to see what Fuji has to say on the matter...bye the way Duncan I went out and purchased a 13 inch MacBook Pro with 8 gig ram 2.8 I5 turbo boost up to 3.3 GHz 512 flash drive. I chose the 13 inch as I wanted something smaller than my existing 15 inch windows Lappy for ease of carrying about... Really pleased with, it handles Lightroom and pscc no problem and starts up with the blink of an eye.. ( my o
  10. From a walk in the mountains last March, only 5 months behind with processing non commissioned work
  11. Mine is also ok on both views...also updated to latest firmware. Definitely a question for a Fuji tech...
  12. Had this reported as sold... ETK61T Country: United Kingdom Usage: Editorial Media: Newspaper - national Print run: up to 2 million Placement: Inside and online Image Size: 1/4 page Start: 01 June 2015 End: 02 June 2015 One use in a single editorial article used within the print and digital versions of a single publication. Digital usage includes archive rights for the lifetime of the article. However I shot the photo on the 14 June 2015!!!! I think I'd now like Alamy to sell all my future photos today and just send
  13. $700CDN which right now is $535US. Jill Ooops....I should have looked at your location! In that case I'd grab it
  14. I have one and use it a lot with a 5DII...very sharp even at f4...however I try to shoot a 1/400+ at long end. However, 700USD doesn't seem like such a great deal, here I can get it new for 550Euros = 603USD! Phil
  15. After leaving college in the mid 80's I worked as a freelance assistant. The first time I worked with a still life photographer shooting 5x4 trannies I loaded the film back to front. Fortunately a test shot came back with a rather unusual colour cast and alerted us to the problem before shooting the rest of the film! Strangely he never employed me again Phil
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