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jeremypayne

Member Since 16 Oct 2007
Offline Last Active Jun 03 2012 04:47 AM
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In Topic: PC Backup

12 January 2011 - 01:47 PM

Hmmm...... I don't want to mess with sectors etc, I only run one simple business statistics program on the PC, would just love to have something that if the drive crashes, I simply boot from the backup drive and move on. I have Ghost, so I think I will create a mirror drive so that if and when the drive dies at least I will not have to reload the system software etc, and then just do simple backups of the one file that I use for the stats program. Does that make sense?


Yeah ... the incremental back-ups would be trickier, but that would work.

In Topic: PC Backup

12 January 2011 - 12:43 PM

Is there a PC equivalent to Carbon Copy that I can create a straightforward bootable backup with daily incremental backups?

I use Acronis Home. Very fast ... and I've successfully restored from backup several times - usually to increase the capacity of my system drive.

(Hey Jeff! ... been SUPER busy building a new business ... )

In Topic: Sepia and Antique Effects Underwater

11 January 2011 - 03:33 PM

Jeff ... I agree with Phil ... I think the safari shots work a bit better than the U/W ... although I love the humpback ... and on that one I might be tempted to clone out the two small fish and what looks like a few dust bunnies.

These will look amazing on the right fine-art matte paper with the right framing and presentation.

In Topic: Help me put together a kit for the hubby

22 September 2010 - 02:27 PM

Any suggestions for the "dream kit" would be greatly appreciated!


Hey! ;-)

My current dream kit would be:

- Canon s90 (or s95)
- Fisheye Fix Housing
- 2 X Inon S2000s
- Fisheye Fix Super Wide Fisheye Port
- Stacked Macro Adapters like the UCL 165s

BTW ... I have been underwater since I saw you in St. Croix ...

:-(

In Topic: Why are my photos under and overexposing?

18 April 2010 - 05:05 AM

Hi hi, these are the unprocessed photos from the RAWs I took in Fiji...
Maybe you guys can better see what's going wrong apart from the fact I'm not really getting close enough in most photos! :D
It does just look to me that either the SS isn't fast enough and they're a bit blurry or the strobe and shutter aren't synced properly in manual (Most of these photos were in manual if not all!)


I think strobe positioning could be your problem.