Sweet! Looks like you are on the right track now.
Ill get some sample pics with all scenarios tomorrow.
I love the 100mm lens. The only issue that I see with me using it is that it might be too much of a macro for what I need it for. A 60mm me do better for me? Since I take top down photos the tripod has to be really high to get the complete coral in the picture. the 100mm is very intense.....
no, youre fine, get a topdown box from melevsreef.com.
Then use one of your regular lenses in the top down box if the macro is too much.
Trust me, you will get the hang of its strengths and weaknesses.
Great tutorial - What's the main difference between Unsharp Mask and Sharpen in PS?
ill have to get back with you on that one, lol.
I just got my copy of CS 4 for my Mac, so ill be knee deep in it for a few nights.
No rush Jr lol. From my experience, Unsharpen seems to make the images more "grained" for some reason. Maybe I'm typing in the wrong #s.
junior, you can keep a copy of cs4 on my laptop. ya know, just for safekeeping. i won't use it, promise
man, i have a hard enough time with cs2, not ready for all the new stuff is cs3, let alone cs4
The cake is a lie.....
For a clownfish, he's not that funny.....
I have elements 5 I believe and a Nikon D40X. Every time I try to open a raw image file all I see is a bunch of programmers gibberish where the picture should be. I don't even see the adjustment controls. WTF is going on here. Please help me, I'm running out of hair to pull out.
try uninstalling and reinstalling the software, and then go to adobes website and download the latest version of camera raw.
try that, and let me know.
I'll give it a try when I get home.
CS2 will not open RAW files from current DSLR's, if it did, you wouldn't buy a new version.
Yup, Elements, or Lightroom 2.0