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  1. Out of all the nonsense with this case has anyone really just sat down and thought, ok it was the guys camera that was used, therefore it's his picture? It's bloody nonsense all of this carry on.
  2. It's Chrome that is causing the 100% disk usage problem. I switched to Waterfox 64 for the time being. Not had any other issues with Win10 so far.
  3. Totally understand where you are coming from. I have totally scaled back my whole mindset on 'Professional photography' meaning, I was never really very good at the side of the business outside taking the shots and processing them. I still don't think I'm very good at processing them. I get bored and fail to have any vision for how I want a shot to look. Coupled with having zero time for photography now, I've gone back to just being a happy snapper taking holiday pics and uploading the 'good ones' There's such a crowd of amazing photographers out there, who don't even bother with selling
  4. I reckon the human side of QC is there to remind us of he human side to letting things slip. I have been known in the past to cut a few corners in checking an image. "My last batches have been fine so I'm in the clear" Now I just make sure. Apply the same editing to each image via presets and all has been well so far.
  5. If I had a D800, I wouldn't sell it for a Fuji. They do compliment each other and with this new AF update coming it's looking like it's knocking the socks off the competition. Lightening AF seems to be the new marketing tool for mirrorless at the moment.
  6. I find that a problem with Lightroom or PS Allan. After using CaptureOne I noticed with was sorted out. LR is pretty rubbish actually.
  7. I switched from a Canon 5D3 and I haven't looked back.
  8. If this is going to be as good as the testers have said, then coupled with the new 140-400 they are supposed to be releasing, it could prove to be a great set up for minimalistic wildlife shooters. After using such great glass I doubt I'll ever shift from Fuji. With the attention to just giving their customers what they want, it's a welcomed changed to being a Canon user, where every change meant a new camera.
  9. Crikey it's an outbreak of sensor measels.
  10. Are you saying Canon's aren't up to it? No I just wasn't able to get the best out of them for the money. Paul can I ask what genre of images you are shooting with the X-T1 please? PM me if you do not wish to answer on the public forum. Allan Allan, Just generic stock for now with the 18-55 lens Allan. Pretty restrictive when it comes to creativity but it's good enough for generic stuff. Images from the solar eclipse in my port are with the Fuji.
  11. I've set up a Fuji LR preset that handles lens correction, profile, sharpening, WB and camera calibration settings with one click. Most of the time it's spot on and I can just export and it's a win, other times, for instance if there's a large tonal range the fuji profile in camera calibration tends to really under expose the edit. Easy fix but annoying. Buying the Fuji really slowed me down, and took me out of a weird mentality. I feel like I can shoot anything I like without anyone peering over my shoulder and asking what I'm using. No one cares, because they just think I'm some tourist
  12. You hit on an interesting angle re: old ideas that links nicely with the original question . . . I guess, from my point of view, "being told" what to shoot is just that, hanging around waiting for, and then chasing, specific requests. "NOT being told" what to shoot to me is simply "working it out for yourself". . . that of course involves research, intuition, guesswork, more research, awareness of issues current and pending, etc etc . . . but not waiting to "be told", not shooting everything and everything until a customer communicates a particular need, not being beholden to the latest "big t
  13. From the point of view of someone who doesn't tend to keep many friends in the real world, I.E I pretty much keep myself to myself, it's very hard to keep up with what's cool and what's not and that ever shifting set of goal posts. You really need to be deep in the industry to catch trends on the up slope. No point in seeing blog posts for what's cool and then going to shoot something, when it's likely it's already on the downslope to something else. The wider angle on that is that if you continually shoot trends and shifting markets, does that not make your library full of old ideas? muc
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