Targeted at macro, medican and scientific applications, the EM-140 DG can be configured to fire both flash rings or just one depending on the look. It has a guide number of 14 and is powered by four AA battereies. It is compatible with most modern TTL flash protocols including Canon E-TTL, Nikon D-TTL & i-TTL, Pentax’s P-TTL and Sigma’s own S-TTL
All ritey, this image sure will freshen up your Monday…
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You can now print the printable version of dphotoJournal articles.
Coming soon: Email the articles to your friends.
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Choose measure tool from Photoshop tool pallete.
Each device you use: scanner, monitor and printer handle color in its own slighty different way. It’s a by product of the manufacturing process, design, electronic circuity, processing and other factors. The result is that the same color (eg. blue) might be assigned slightly different blue to the one captured by your scanner, and your printer may also produce an alternative shade.
So How can I make colors match ?
This table shows different image sizes in pixels and megapixles, and the size of printouts at 200dpi (adequate quality) and 300dpi (high quality). You can use it to help you decide what digital camera to buy, how big to print your photos and the best scanner settings to use. If you want really big enlargements, you’re likely to be better off using a good 35mm film camera and a special film scanner, or transparancy adaptor if your scanner has one
Everyone take colors for granted so much that it can be a challenging subject to understand. However with a focused mindset, colors can be magnifivently easy to achieve.
According to Lyra Research (lyra.com), women are more likely to choose Kodak as they are in general are less comfortable with technology, and therefore more attracted to trusted brands.
The graph below will show how brand digital camera used by gender