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In Topic: Lx5 Auto White Balance Awb

04 September 2012 - 08:35 AM

I have been working on firmware verson 2.0 till date and feel no updates required for my camera.

In Topic: Photography On Plexiglass

30 August 2012 - 09:49 AM

Determine what you would like reflected in the Plexiglas. The items posed closest to the surface of the plexi will have the sharpest reflection, and the items further away will have a softer more muted reflection. Darker fabrics will have a deeper reflection.

To capture the best shot of the reflection, you will need to have a large depth of field. This will allow the entire photograph to stay in focus. Use an aperture of at least 9.0. Shoot down on your subject to capture the reflection with lighting from above and/or behind the camera. Crop in close on your image. The beauty of this technique is in the details. If your image is not cropped close enough the reflection will appear as a blur.

In Topic: Printing Onto Perspex

28 August 2012 - 08:41 AM

On the practical side our acrylic prints are very durable and resistant to moisture and water. So aside to making it an ideal product for your home, bars, gymnasiums and restaurants, you can also create your own piece of art.

Your image is printed onto a hybrid moisture resistant photo paper, then sealed onto a clear acrylic sheet, other finishes are available. Your acrylic art will be finished with polished edges, pre-drilled, and supplied with four contemporary metal or stainless steel wall fixings and fitting guide.

In Topic: Samsung Wb750 Good?

22 August 2012 - 09:25 AM

Setting up this camera is simple and helped by a menu system that categorizes its options under headings such as Camera, Video, Sound, Screen and Settings. You can begin to capture content using the various options available from the selection dial. When lining up shots you will notice that there is a slight fuzziness before the camera’s auto-focus feature kicks in within a second or so.

In Topic: Canon Rebel T4i

20 August 2012 - 06:11 AM

The Reblet4i also becomes the first SLR to feature a touchscreen. This is of the capacitative rather than resistive type, meaning it's sensitive to contact rather than pressure, like most modern smartphones. In Live View and Movie modes the screen can be used to specify the point of focus and release the shutter, as we've seen before on several mirrorless cameras. It also supports multi-touch and gestures, meaning that it offers iPhone-like pinch-to-zoom and swiping from image to image in playback. The results is a user experience that smartphone users will immediately find familiar.