Midnight paddle from the island Vega (north Norway)
24-70 f2.8L II
1/80s, f5.6, ISO1250
very nice Eldar! how many hours of daylight there this time of year?
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My 1.4x II teleconverter - terrible resolution.
In response to another comment on backpacks - I basically live out of my LowePro 600 AW.
Hey Northstar, how do you like your gopro black 3 so far?
I wanted one (3+) until I heard about the focusing issue and have decided to wait for the new one (assuming there is one).
I have a plan coming together for a 50+ day trip to Europe. Any real-world experience on getting 16GB across the pond daily in a reliable manner?
My initial conditions are no wish to use an online storage medium and no wish to keep the only copies with me physically. Also if I can leave my laptop at home and run on my Asus tablet so much the better; I intend to carry what I need rather than drag literal baggage all over. Finally this is quite likely a once in a lifetime trip, two years worth of vacation time, etc etc so I won't complain about spending a little.
My plan is to write to both cards (in a 1Dx), save everything on a pair of TB-class external drives and then mail USB sticks home separately more or less daily. 16GB thumbies appear to be affordable on the basis of one pair per day, and I can sell most of them when I get home anyway.
I'm all ears - the flight doesn't leave any time soon.
Here is a horizonatally oriented photograph shot with the 50mm f/1.2L (1/100, f/8, ISO 200).
So, this nearly made my cry. My son and I was watching a show at an amusement park the other day and this guy in front of me had an 1dX, but CLEARLY didn't know how to use it, he was pushing buttons and obviously didn't get the results he wanted. He looked sooo cocky I didn't even want to ask if he needed help... Then he rested his camera on his knee and I took this shot to see what he was doing wrong perhaps, pretty obvious to me. I wish someone that knows what a 1dx can do, could have had this camera instead of him.
85mm @1.2 here's two more
Gary, those are some beautiful shots of a beautiful woman. Well done.
Just don't understand the tattoo.
Sorry Don, I'll slink off back to my hole
Tex...yes, I'm going to sign up for crashplan for my off site...good suggestion.
So how do I delete some of the "extra stuff" that time machine has saved?
That is one of the great things about Time Machine. You don't have to (and shouldn't). Time machine will do this all by itself. It will get rid of the oldest stuff first. It will let you know "hey will be deleting some stuff…" Really not a big deal, it's supposed to do that.
One thing I do recommend, is practice recovery with it a little. (This goes for any back-up system/hardware/service) Find a document you don't need and delete it. Now use time machine to recover it. It's not hard, but not really easy either. This is not the thing you want to be figuring out how to do when you realize you tossed your term paper, or 100 year old family recipe for beer. Or do what my mom always does. Highlight everything, hit delete, then in a panic, hit save…! Time machine can pull the version of that document from an hour ago, a week ago, and a year ago, all of which can be different.