Is upload speed generally faster through a FTP then uploading through the website?
It could very well be, but not necessarily. It all depends on how your network is configured, and how their site is configured. I doubt it will make a huge difference in upload speeds, to be honest.
Another thought I had, is it possible to set up something like…
OK, after doing a little research, it looks like FTP is probably the best way to upload bulk to multiple stock photo sites. You’ll still have to upload to each site separately though. Your FTP client can save all the login details so that you don’t have to manually sign in each time, which could speed things up.
I’ve assembled a list of links to…[Read more]
Hmm… If you could tell us which particular stock sites you’re interested in bulk uploading to, then we might be able to give some more specific advice. 🙂
From what I could collect, it will be the equivalent of a 15-75mm or so on a full frame.
66×1.6=105mm (so to be technical it should be 15-66mm, not 15-75)
But not on full-frame; that’s where you’re confused. 🙂 It needs to be 15-66mm on a crop sensor to be the equivalent of 24-105mm on a full-frame sensor.
The cameras are set up…
OK, so just a follow-up here… I worked with Lydia on this issue for a few weeks before we finally found a (hopefully) permanent solution.
Lydia followed all the steps in the Adobe help article I linked to above with no success. She tried various other “fixes” proposed in help forums and followed suggestions by others with similar symptoms to…[Read more]
Just a bump for this thread in case someone is still considering Affinity Photo. They’re having a sale right now for 50% off all Affinity products, as well as a free 90 day trial!
All Affinity products are on sale for 50% off right now, and you can also get a free 90 day trial if you want to “try before you buy”.
I’ve tried to shoot in manual several times, but most of the photos never turn out super great because I don’t know the ‘system’
Have you investigated why they don’t turn out well? That’s how you learn! 🙂 Next time a manual exposure doesn’t work well, switch to one of the “auto” modes and take a picture, and then compare the settings between…[Read more]
I agree with James that you did pretty well for your first wedding!
Also, I think my camera like buffered or something (idk if that’s the right word) because for one of the couples my camera would not take the picture. 😩
It’s fun experimenting isn’t it? 🙂 Good job on getting rid of all the distractions in the background!
The photo is definitely underexposed. Here’s a trick to help you tell if your snowy image is underexposed… Take a piece of white paper and hold it up beside your photo; is the snow as white as the paper? (Of course, the screen brightness will…[Read more]
@buddingphotographer thanks for the tips:) I’ll have to experiment with different settings on my camera so that photos aren’t underexposed… I’m still learning, so everything is trial and error for me!
You’re very welcome!
The likely reason that the photo was underexposed is that your camera was pointed straight into a brilliant light source.…[Read more]
Here are a few more links with interesting discussions about full frame sensors, and megapixels, and much more. :)…[Read more]
If you already own and like your 60D, then it might make sense to just upgrade to a newer model, like the 80D. It’s 6 years newer, and probably checks all the boxes (except maybe the budget. 🙂 ) I would imagine that it would feel the most “familiar”, (hopefully all the layout/buttons, etc would be similar).
I’ve heard great things about the 7D…[Read more]
I’m not qualified to give any additional tips on composition, other than the ones that have been already given; @jamesstaddon is the acknowledged expert in the composition arena. 🙂
But when I saw everyone else giving their suggested edits, then I figured I’d chime and contribute my 2 cents. James is right; if you had a RAW file, or even the…[Read more]
I was thinking the same thing, @jamesstaddon
Now that I think about it, it makes perfect sense to get that kind of results from copying color prints. I hope the printer learned a valuable lesson from this. 🙂 There’s no way you’ll get anywhere close to the right quality from scanning/reprinting. :/
I’m also curious as to how it would be cheaper to copy instead of print…
Or can I go through and override the defaults like shown in the the article you linked.
What you can do is check the images, and make sure they’re set to “Use Document Default” (like it shows in the screenshot in that article).
You’d need to follow these instructions if the images are already in your file:
If you have already imported an…
Are you ready for a long read? 🙂 Here’s an article that seems to have a few insights into some of the intricacies of CMYK in InDesign <-> Photoshop. https://creativepro.com/my-cmyk-images-change-when-i-print-or-export-pdf/
So I should ask him if the the printer we’re using is offset and if it is I should use “press quality” with colors conve…
Something you could try is to ask him to print one of your files straight from your export. Don’t worry about adjusting margins, or whatever he needed to adjust. Just print it straight through, and see if the colors are better. That would eliminate the worry that his “resaving” is causing any issues.
I don’t mind going through all the pictures again. It’s an inconvenience to but I sure am learning a lot about printing. I’m just so thankful that the rest of my calendars don’t have to look so bad!
Ya, well this is definitely a good learning experience, if nothing else! 🙂
The printer said he had to adjust some of the layout to make everyth…
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