Heh. That dude is NUTS!! Did you see his drop test?? I just about crapped a purple Twinkie when i saw that!
Even though this thing is sealed up tighter than a duck's arse, I'm not going to do anything crazy with it. If it had gotten any wetter out there yesterday, I would have packed it in. As it was, it was just a light pfzptpfztping of rain.
heck... go swimming with it... it wont hurt it!
that being said... are you sore? Rumor has it those things are HEAVY! A couple of months shooting with it and your max benchpress should go up..........
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Originally Posted by PuckMonkey
I like it a lot, PM. Objects in some HDRs have an illustrated look to them. So I like, some distract. This is one of those processed images that I DO like. Mostly I think it's due to a virtually solid background color. (I'm sure that's why I find HDRs like those shown below appeal to me on some level.
Last edited by Unfiltered; April 1st, 2008 at 12:04 AM.
Great. If it gives me more control over watermarks, I'm all over it. I want control of pixel % rather than a maximum number of pixels high the watermark is allowed to be. That way, when I export near-original sized images, my watermark won't be so freakin' small you can't see it. I'd also like to be able to change the font, the location on the image, and the opacity of the watermark.
EDIT: I just DL'ed it and tried it. Gotta say it isn't that big an upgrade over the current version. NO control over watermarks that's different than the current version.
Last edited by FBJ; April 2nd, 2008 at 05:09 PM.
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