"Is that all one building! There is a subject crying out for a tilt-shift lens, or a regular wide lens from much further back!
HDR has trouble with things that move. You have a bird outline at upper left, as well as the sensor spots Paul…"
"While you are waiting for the download, you can use Digital Photo Professional to open your raw files then choose "File" and "Convert and save". You will be offered options to save in either JPEG or TIFF formats. …"
"I have not tried those filters. Some filters like UV filters were for film cameras and are only useful as mechanical protection for the front element on a digital camera since the digital sensor does not detect light in that spectrum, so with…"
Prairieville is too large now days to know everyone, but back in the day, we knew everyone or at the very least, whose family a person belonged to :) I can't say that I do know Ronnie Gaubert. Is he from P'ville?
I am FULLY AWARE of what you have mentioned. I do this mainly as a 'scare tactic' to someone who might try and steal my stuff. Basically posting pics online are 'fair game'. But after the fiasco over on facebook & the advertising thing I just wanted a little piece of mind. IN ADDITION, even if you PAY the gov(which I WON'T do), that is still NOT a guarantee you will WIN any court case on theft of any photo work.
CC. Regarding the names of sweets I posted: I asked Navid as he is in England and probably know some English translation. The following is his answer.
That's interesting Aamir, I personally think there's no specific English word for Rasgulla, gulab jaman and barfi etc., the reason being that these are purely eastern products. These are sold here by the same names and even the stores like Marks and Spencer sell eastern items by their original names, eg Samosas, Sheesh Kebabs etc. The equivalent word, if you would try to make to explain what it is would probably be sweet flour dumplings..same goes for middle eastern sweets which are sold by their original names.