Old 04-08-2011, 05:29 PM   #1
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Default Help! What the hell happened to Judy's XTi?

Judy hadn't been doing much shooting lately and decided to get back into it, but then this happened. Every shot looks like that, nothing was done in PS save for resizing the image. I can't figure it out...
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Old 04-08-2011, 06:10 PM   #2
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Do a "reset to camera defaults", if that dont fix it, its dead (IE: not cost effective to fix). Does it look like this shooting RAW and JPEG?
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Did a "Clear all camera settings" and "Clear all Custom Functions" figuring that would restore to defaults and it seemed to do the trick. Thanks, Troy, you da man! I was getting nevous for a bit there, thought I might have to give her my back-up body (40D).
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Photoshop these freaks into her images and they'll look right at home!




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Clearly that train made it's way down here in Candyland somehow.....




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Reminds me of high school weekends... the colours, man, the colours.
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Reminds me of high school weekends... the colours, man, the colours.
Indeed Mike, only I had to wait until I was in Grade 11 and got a summer job so I could afford stuff like that! The paper route didn't quite cut it...
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Hahah! I don't know what thats like thankfully..
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Hahah! I don't know what thats like thankfully..
suuuuure.

Funny thing is, that image has a pink ring just like Judy's photo in the first post. I laughed pretty hard when I saw it while searching for "shrooms."
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See if you change the picture style if that helps or color space. Out of ideas after that.
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suuuuure.

Funny thing is, that image has a pink ring just like Judy's photo in the first post. I laughed pretty hard when I saw it while searching for "shrooms."
Oh I work with plenty of mushrooms in my day job, just not the trippin' kind.
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Hahah! I don't know what thats like thankfully..
Thankfully? I'm beyond the age where I can do such things without feeling like an r-tard, but below 30, dude, you're missing some of the best parts of being young. The part where you do stupid things because they're fun. Trust me, once you get into middle age, you realize that those stupid things you did were the best part of life, and going railfanning when you should be tripping, drunk, getting laid, or just being an idiot is a bad use of time.

BTW, foaming on stuff is just the best, like the time the train just kinda came out of the fog and after it passed, we were like, "where did all these snails come from, who the hell was that French guy looking for directions and where did we send him?" - you just don't have memories like that in middle age, now it's all like "did I pay the mortgage this month?"... unless you're a loser because there is a time and place for everything.
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For all you youngsters out there, that is some pretty poor advice, except the getting laid part.
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Thats probably the worst advice I have ever heard.
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Trust me, once you get into middle age, you realize that those stupid things you did were the best part of life, and going railfanning when you should be tripping, drunk, getting laid, or just being an idiot is a bad use of time.
Can't say I disagree with any of this, Mike. While I've lamented in recent years about missing railroad photo opportunities earlier in life, there is much I wouldn't change of my teens and 20s to spend more time alone taking pictures of trains.
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A lot of wet blankets here...

Jim, just about every railfan can say they wish they'd started shooting younger. Heck, I spent alot of time mid-80's watching CP at Agincourt (Toronto) Yard, and had I actually been shooting I'd have a tone of neat stuff to show for it. Dad took a few pic's, but I just watched.

Heck, I'd have loved to been around in the 1950's... not for the steam (though that would be fun), but for the branch lines and the ability to ride passenger trains on said branches. Were some great lines in my neck of the woods, mostly long gone...
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A lot of wet blankets here...

Jim, just about every railfan can say they wish they'd started shooting younger. Heck, I spent alot of time mid-80's watching CP at Agincourt (Toronto) Yard, and had I actually been shooting I'd have a tone of neat stuff to show for it. Dad took a few pic's, but I just watched.

Heck, I'd have loved to been around in the 1950's... not for the steam (though that would be fun), but for the branch lines and the ability to ride passenger trains on said branches. Were some great lines in my neck of the woods, mostly long gone...
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Turn down your saturation...
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