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"Thank you Yo. The shot came straight out the camera like this. Used my 100mm macro lens with two flashes set to low power. Canon Xsi flash triggered with mini and flex."
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"Nice effect Roland, great colour."
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Ronald replied to Ronald's discussion Need help on best place to print my images as is on this website without croping
"I ended up  cropping the image out of the border and then uploading it to adoramapix. it ended up being an 11 by 17 image size in photoshope. I was confused by the sizes that ended up being compatible with the image. I went through and doubled…"
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CameraClicker replied to Ronald's discussion Need help on best place to print my images as is on this website without croping
"I'm not sure I'm following your question.  I think the answer is that most printing will be done at somewhere between 150 and 300 pixels per inch with 300 being the standard for good resolution.  The printer itself may put ink on…"
Oct 6, 2013
Ronald replied to Ronald's discussion Need help on best place to print my images as is on this website without croping
"Wow thank you so much. I have printed one of my photos but this was at a local lab and they had to come up with a size that would work for it. It came out really good but then I could couldn't find a natural frame for it. I have seen some…"
Oct 6, 2013
Papa Rotzzi replied to Ronald's discussion Need help on best place to print my images as is on this website without croping
"Good explanation. "
Oct 6, 2013
CameraClicker replied to Ronald's discussion Need help on best place to print my images as is on this website without croping
"Here's the thing:  Most point & shoot cameras use a 4:3 ratio of width to height.  Most SLR/dSLR cameras use a ratio of 3:2.  Some medium format cameras use 1:1 as a ratio, the negative/sensor is square. If you take photos…"
Oct 6, 2013
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Need help on best place to print my images as is on this website without croping

I have been on a few websites that offer online printing such as adorama pix. They offer various sizes for prints but when I try to upload images that I have edited with my own boarder they seem to be out of proportion. I don't want to crop my images because I want to print them that way. I like my boarders because they add a sense of completion and style to my images. Are there websites out there that will let me Impute the exact size in and then get them to print that on an Aluminyze metal…See More
Oct 5, 2013
Ronald commented on Ronald's photo
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"Thank Tracy and Yo for your nice comments. I shot this with my 100mm L macro lense."
Oct 4, 2013

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My Photography Equipment:
Canon Xsi
Canon EF-S 10-22mm, EF-S 18-55, EF 50mm f1.4 prime, EF-S 55-250mm, EF 100mm f2.8L, canon 24-70mm f2.8L,Canon 70-200mm f2.8L IS II

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At 11:42am on August 17, 2013, Kristin M. said…

Hi Ron, thank you for the likes and comment on my photos. I appreciate that :)

At 9:33pm on August 11, 2013, Tracy DePaola said…

Thanks for the comment on my website.  I actually haven't posted anything on there in over two years or so.  It is NOT professional and there are so many photos that shutterfly will not allow me to add anymore.  I need to remove some old stuff and replace--just too busy.  I want to get a professional site at some point.  Just can't make up my mind on how I want it to look etc.

At 4:22pm on July 21, 2013, Tracy DePaola said…

Ronald--you are a talented photographer and I really enjoyed looking at your gallery.

At 2:22am on March 2, 2013, Marika Hyldmar said…

Thank you very much!
I mostly make sure to shoot at least in 125 shutterspeed, depending how active the bands are, even though my camera is not very good for high iso shots, mostly shoot in 400-1600  , always shoot in RAW ofcourse, because it can help you so much in the editing process 

At 11:26am on December 30, 2012, Yoctox said…

thanks for your comment

At 6:21pm on June 9, 2012, John C said…

Thanks Ronald!! :):)

At 2:34pm on June 6, 2012, No Longer A Member said…

Glad to have you as a friend Ronald.

You have an interesting collection of works. I can learn a few things from you.

Cheers

At 1:08pm on May 22, 2012, Kevin Lovibond said…

My website is hosted by Zenfolio and was built using their own site building tool.  They have a 14-day free trial, at the end of which you can either cancel and delete your site, or   choose from one of 4 payment plans each with increasing features.  At the moment I'm on the basic plan for £25 per year which gives me 2gb storage +1gb extra every following year, but any images sold through the site are "not for profit" (Zenfolio set the prices to cover their cost only).  The £50 per year plan gets you unlimited storage, and for £100 per year their are even more extras plus you can set your own prices and make a profit from any sales.

I've started on the £25 per year plan just to see how things go, if it's successful enough I'll upgrade to £100 next year and try and make some money out of it.

At 4:29pm on May 21, 2012, Kevin Lovibond said…

To be honest, I don't have the patience for image stacking....and it's almost impossible if the subject is moving.  So, I prefer to work with an aperture of f/8 or more and get the subject in one shot.....if the light isn't good enough I use a Marumi ring flash to enable me to use the narrow aperture with a high enough shutter speed to get it sharp handheld.

At 10:46am on May 21, 2012, Kevin Lovibond said…

Hi Ronald,

Thanks for your comment on my Fly image.  I used a Sigma 105mm f/2.8 Macro lens (non-stabilised version), handheld, single-spot focus on the eye.  Aperture priority set at f/8.

 
 
 

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