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Slides

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What's the best way to transfer slides to digital files? I've come to own about 700 slides from the early 1960s, mostly some really nice full color architecture shots. My goal is to not destroy the plastic casing these slides are in.
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Man has mall meltdown after people take his mall santa prints to Walmart

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http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/carbonear-mall-santa-photographer-outburst-1.4424328

>A Newfoundland photographer is apologizing for a temper tantrum while taking pictures of children with a mall Santa Claus, but says he had a good reason for losing the Christmas spirit.
>"I wouldn't necessarily agree with [calling it] a Grinch moment. I had a human moment. I'm honestly sorry," said Robert Thornhill.
>He blames his outburst on the fact that too many of his customers get their photos printed at the mall's Walmart instead of using his service.
>Thornhill has photographed children with Santa at the Trinity Conception Square Mall in Carbonear for the past few years.
>That is, until last week when he decided to quit.
>The final straw was when a woman blatantly told him she only wanted one photo instead of a multiphoto package because she planned on going straight to Walmart to scan it and print more.
>"Admittedly, I did lose my temper that day, and I am sorry," Thornhill said.
>He said there were two families there at the time, and he's apologized to them for lashing out the way he did.

>Thornhill says he was offering to print a single 4x6 photo for $5 or a package of four for $15.
>He says at Walmart, people can get a print for 20 cents, which is frustrating because he simply can't compete with those prices.
>Thornhill claims the Walmart photo lab is "enabling" the reproduction of his work, and he's actually in talks with a lawyer to see if he has a case for copyright infringement.
>"I went up to Walmart and asked to speak to the manager and they basically said, the answer I got was shrugged shoulders saying 'well, there's nothing I can do,'" he said.
>"if you're copying their work, you're taking money from their pocket."

>He will still photograph children with Santa at other locations, where he said there is less of a chance that he will be undercut.

Thoughts, /p/?
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Glucosamine-12 Thread: West Coast Edition

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>sugar thread >>3100691 falls to the bottom
>30 different gear threads on the catalog

God dammit /p/

Things have changed, running the West Coast a little more now, expect >MUH SKY and >MUH CAVES soon my truck has decided now is a good time to shit the battery bed and I'll have a day off while the shop foreman has his hands full with my rig and most likely my wallet after it's all said and done.

I'll be posting a couple reposts from the end of the last thread to get it started plus some new shit. Vacation is coming up in about a month and I'm thinking a Miami / Keys trip is overdue.
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Photographic Project

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Sup,

Switched couple of months ago from amazon account management to product photographer - not much into numbers after all - So last week I've started to work on a surreal photographic project.

Photo (LowQuality 72dpi) related - hint of it.

Harsh reviews are welcome too

Find moar at GhostWithinPhoto on FB

Next year (Jan/Feb) going to be in Montreal for work, and would like to take some photos there too - anyone can suggest me a cool place? Creepy but not abandoned stuff
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Monitor Color Calibration

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tl;dr Anyone using the Datacolor Spyder5 with argyllcms+displaycal that can help me out?

I recently invested quite a bit of money into some new monitors to replace my very aged old panels, and decided to pick up a colorimeter to get the most out of them and minimize differences when moving things between multiple displays, and working at different computers.

I got the Spyder5Express, and first used it on my monitors at work with the Datacolor factory software. It took maybe 5-10 minutes per monitor. The difference between my "eye-guided" manual calibration and the new colorimeter guided auto calibration was subtle, but definitely there, and was an improvement. However, in reading some reviews most people seem to think better calibration results are achievable with the alternative software DisplayCAL and argyllcms. I tried to follow the read-me and setup instructions which are pretty vague, and have a lot of holes.

The new software took over an hour to run on one monitor, and the results were definitely off. Greens were just too high in the new calibration, and I had to go back to my old profile. I feel like I missed something in the setup concerning the "instrument calibration file" that has corrective data for the colorimeter itself, but I can't find a good thorough walk-through for making this all work correctly.

Anyone using this setup that can advise?

Also, discuss color profiles, calibration, monitors, and printing.

Pic unrelated.
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Will it make me lightroom pro?
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50mm/1.4 Only Thread

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I love 50mm very much!
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can we get a share folder with presets going please. looking for india
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Cop or wait until Xpro 3?
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In this thread. Post non edited photos, others edit them.
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