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zoro108

Member Since 14 May 2006
Offline Last Active Sep 16 2010 11:11 PM
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In Topic: Websites/Software for Picture Sales/Stock Photography

28 May 2008 - 08:37 PM

Hi,
I use photoreflect.com. I find it a good fit for me (I also shoot above water pics). It is a free site, but not like the normal sites with all kinds of ads.
You can check out my site at jonjustice.photoreflect.com or my website at jonjusticephotos.com(click on the link above the gorilla).
You set your own prices and a portion of the sell goes to pay the site(I think it's 4 %).It has a basic editor and the software is a free download. I haven't had any problems with the software or the site and I have sold quite a few photos on it . You can also choose a lab to print your stuff or do it yourself.
Jon

In Topic: Dead Stuff

01 May 2008 - 08:22 AM

I took this pic while diving Lake Mead in 2007. Not staged. It seems the duck was diving to eat small fish around a bush and got caught in some fishing line and drowned. It had been there awhile by the time I came swimming by. :glare: Attached File  duckcaughtinfishingline.jpg   110.73KB   86 downloads

In Topic: Sea&sea "conversion"

03 November 2007 - 09:53 AM

Hi CE4JESUS,
How do you like the new camera? I just got a nikon d40 and am working on getting it housed. I can't wait to not have the shutter lag. Maybe then I won't get so many tail shots of fish. LOL. Until then the oly is my baby u/w. Learning a lot about photography topside by shooting the d40, and anticipating better results with both cameras. Now I just have to get in the water more.
jon

In Topic: Sea&sea "conversion"

31 October 2007 - 08:09 PM

Hey wetsuit warrior,
I have a sea & sea ys 50 and use it with my olympus sp-350 p&s. I bought a digital adapter made by Heinrich Weiskampf, and find that it works great. It allows ttl and also works with the pre flash of the sp-350. Here are some pics of my setup and also some pics with the flash. It screws onto the end of the cord and works off of the internal flash. You should put a piece of plastic or old film negative in front of the internal flash so it doesn't interfere and cause backscatter.
Jon