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eronald
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« Reply #20 on: November 08, 2006, 11:41:32 AM »
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Hello Victor,

One of my neighbors is one of the biggest NYC wedding photographers.  I won't say his name,

 prints the entire job with two 1280's he has working non stop.
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Well, I use to have a 1270 (same ink as 1280) . The prints self-destructed very quickly, even in storage. Maybe this guy makes his money off reprints.

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« Reply #21 on: November 08, 2006, 12:40:46 PM »
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« Reply #22 on: November 08, 2006, 06:09:53 PM »
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One of my neighbors is one of the biggest NYC wedding photographers.  But he still shoots with a four year old Nikon Digital body.  Not even one of the high end pro ones, a prosumer model.  Does all his portraits with an RZ on film and prints the entire job with two 1280's he has working non stop. 
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The key word there is weddings. Most prints are at most 8x10's. His clients are mostly not knowledgable in photography, You could do very well with a digital rebel and a few lenses. Its when you give images to an art or creative director of an ad agency who then views it on a 30in Apple LCD that you need to start looking into serious gear. You cant just show up with any DSLR.
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« Reply #23 on: November 08, 2006, 06:55:18 PM »
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Couldn't agree with you more.  That is why I have spent insane amounts of money and time on gear and learning it.

Ahhh, the good Ol'd days of 400nc shot at 250 and run normal.

 

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The key word there is weddings. Most prints are at most 8x10's. His clients are mostly not knowledgable in photography, You could do very well with a digital rebel and a few lenses. Its when you give images to an art or creative director of an ad agency who then views it on a 30in Apple LCD that you need to start looking into serious gear. You cant just show up with any DSLR.
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« Reply #24 on: November 09, 2006, 12:11:54 AM »
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regarding P45 (I guess  P25 and P30  ) files and PS  ,
( it is " unofficially"  supported  since several versions of ACR )

I think recent Adobe Camera raw ACR 3.6
gives a decent coversions miles better then  3.4 ,

I like ability of seeing / opening files in Bridge .
I hate C1 for its cluttered workspace .

Any P45 files opens much faster in ACR 3,6 then in C1 .

It is easy to make contact prints and web galleries from Bridge .
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« Reply #25 on: November 09, 2006, 01:52:09 AM »
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regarding P45 (I guess  P25 and P30  ) files and PS  ,
( it is " unofficially"  supported  since several versions of ACR )

I think recent Adobe Camera raw ACR 3.6
gives a decent coversions miles better then  3.4 ,

I like ability of seeing / opening files in Bridge .
I hate C1 for its cluttered workspace .

Any P45 files opens much faster in ACR 3,6 then in C1 .

It is easy to make contact prints and web galleries from Bridge .
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Hi

I try to open a P30 file in ACR 3.6, but it only open a small thumbnail file, not the TIF file.

Any suggestion?

Willow
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