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  1. I find that sometimes I either have to take a picture quickly or I will lose the subject and/or I take a picture then find a picture in a picture. In any case, I get into severe cropping to get the image I want. In the attached image, the original ORF photo was 4032 x 3024. The cropped version is 1356 x 1077. One web site I use says the cropped version should not be printed larger than 8 x 10". I just used LightRoom Classic to print it out on 11 x 14" paper and it looks good. That implies that LR did a good job of resampling to enlarge it. I come across this enlarging need frequently and was wondering if there are other good tools to use. Thanks
  2. Orpheus Island 2012 Photography Workshop Presented by Les Walkling & Darren Jew | 30th September - 5th October 2012 Everyone here takes their photography pretty seriously, so i thought I'd let folks know about a workshop I'm once again co- presenting. This is a week of creative photography. It's more than shooting, its about capture to print and taking your work to a higher level, no matter where you are placed now. Run by the AIPP North Qld and presented for the last 7 years by Australia's leading colour expert Dr Les Walkling, participants live and breathe photography in a fabulous location. This year we've organised an option for 2 days of diving as well... one day on the outer Great Barrier Reef, the other on the fringing reefs around the Palm Group. So while not a dive-only trip, it's an opportunity for those with a passion for their photography to learn how to turn their vision into reality through capture, image processing and fine art printing... all under expert guidance. It's a live-in week where we take over the Orpheus Island Research Station in Far North Queensland and turn it into a full-blown digital imaging centre, with presentations, workshops, shooting, processing and print time. The labs are set up so you have access to the latest monitors, print technology and finest papers any time day or night. I have some info on my site, and from there you can click through to learn more about the workshop. It is a fabulous week. Love to see you there. http://darrenjew.com/?page_id=602
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