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Brandon replied to the topic 'Organizing your Lightroom catalog?' in the forum. 6 months ago

Hoss wrote: Don't ask, mine is a MESS!


Guilty as charged!  

Same here.  

I was just reading about that Excire software and how that is supposed to help find photos when you don't catalog your photos in a organized way. 

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Brandon created a new topic ' Nikon 14-24mm lens scratch, will it affect image?' in the forum. 6 months ago

I must met with someone selling a Nikon 14-24mm that was supposed to be like new.  Turns out there is a little scratch on the front of the lens, it's about 3mm long and maybe 1mm thick.  

Would this impact the image?

I didn't buy the lens, and told the seller we can meet up this weekend as I needed to get cash and check on this.  

Let me know your thoughts.  

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Brandon replied to the topic 'Position of watermark in photo?' in the forum. 7 months ago

Middle for me, it balances the look

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Brandon created a new topic ' Nikon Z7 Image Quality vs D850, Canon EOS R, Sony a7R III' in the forum. 7 months ago

Man,

I'm so on the fence!  

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Brandon created a new topic ' TTL Flash with Mirrorless Cameras?' in the forum. 7 months ago

So what I'm reading is that the new Nikon Z series cameras will work with existing Nikon flashes.  The cool part is that they speak about these being able to do TTL.  So correct me if I'm wrong, a DSLR will use a preflash, while the light sensor in the viewfinder does it's thing to figure out the flash power that is needed to get the right exposure.  SO, seeing there is no dedicated light sensor on the Nikon Z series cameras, whats the trick to being able to pull this off?  

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