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photojazz

Member Since 24 Apr 2006
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photojazz's Blog > Normal vs Waist Level Viewfinders (WLV)

Posted 19 July 2012

http://www.planetnik...ult/biggrin.gif http://www.planetnik...ult/biggrin.gif It has been awhile since I shot with my medium format cameras and it is funny going from the normal prism view or live view to a waist level view. I had to get reindoctrinated using the WLVs as what you...


photojazz's Blog > Castle Solitude with Der 300er and Mamiya RB67

Posted 18 July 2012

Today, I dropped the Bronica film off for developing and took a trip to the Castle Solitude with my Mamiya RB67. Last nite, I did some cleaning and function checks to ensure all was working. One thing I like is, no battery is required. Everything is manually controlled. On advice from several PNers, I took Der 300er and used it as a lightmeter by grabbin...


photojazz's Blog > I am back.........

Posted 17 July 2012

Wow, seems like eons since I looked at my blog. But I have an excuse, I have been busy in orbit around the PlanetNikon.http://www.planetnikon.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/default/biggrin.gif Okay, you aren't buying that one so I won't try another excuse.

It is 4:31 am and in a few hours I am headed to work but for some reason I couldn't...


photojazz's Blog > Home Studio

Posted 21 August 2006

Still testing Lightroom and impressions have not changed. LR fits well into my digtal workflow as I only process a few pics at a time. Can't wait until, Beta 4 is out. Unlke the MAC version, Windows lacks the web gallery module, which I truly want. Okay now on to my studio quest. I purchased a Novtraon 440 portable studio over the weekend. Went to to...


photojazz's Blog > LR Is Growing On Me!

Posted 27 July 2006

Testing but not extensively until the weekend. I am still playing with the grayscale tool, quick and get's the job done. Finally started reading the Scott Kelby book, I wanted to use it along with working with LR but the book is wriiten for a Mac user. First impressions, it is a good book but if u have seen Scott on Photoshop TV, when reading the book...