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Oct
11
answered How to take great night shots?
Oct
11
comment How to take great night shots?
Ditto on what MMR and Reid said. More more more! Info is KING!
Oct
11
accepted Does EzPrints.com Terms of Use try to grab my copyrights?
Oct
11
comment Does EzPrints.com Terms of Use try to grab my copyrights?
I think you've figured it out. I guess I misunderstood Part 2a at first, thinking it was referring to my own work. The term "Products" makes a lot more sense now. Thanks for the analysis! And a big "Whoop", "Holler" and "YAY!" for crappy legal speak. >.> Lawyers...meh.
Oct
11
comment Does EzPrints.com Terms of Use try to grab my copyrights?
LOL, I missed the sweatshop comment. :D +1
Oct
11
comment Does EzPrints.com Terms of Use try to grab my copyrights?
Thanks for the analysis. Between you and Reid, things make sense now. Given the confusion of their Terms of Use, and the fact that from a legal (rather than layman) standpoint, their terms are very vague and can likely be misinterpreted, I've decided to use another service: BigPhotoHelp (www3.bigphotohelp.com/index.htm). They seem to take any image of any size, and print in any size, on archival paper with pigment inks, for REALLY good prices. No funky legal business either, which pleases me greatly. ;) I ordered two 9.5"x31" panoramic prints on fine art w/ shipping from them for $18!
Oct
10
comment Does EzPrints.com Terms of Use try to grab my copyrights?
@Reid: That was my understanding, that EzPrints had a good reputation. In my experience, though, it is often those that have the best "rep" that also think they have a chance of pulling a fast one. I have become a hard-core reader of license and terms of use agreements these days, as you never know what someone may try to pull. :\
Oct
10
comment Does EzPrints.com Terms of Use try to grab my copyrights?
You've got it exactly. Given their definition of 'Product' in A, it makes B sound like a blatant copyright grab. Thanks for the link to ReedPhoto...I've been searching for local Denver print shots all day, and this one looks like a good one. (Most seem to be your run of the mill family photo print place, rather than a professional print shop.)
Oct
10
comment Should I go 5D Mark II or 7D?
@Eruditass: Actually, he stated that he only has one EF-S kit lens, and that all the rest of this lenses are EF lenses. Given that he does have other EF lenses, and is planning to get the superb 24-70mm L along with a new camera, I think a better body will do him wonders.
Oct
10
asked Does EzPrints.com Terms of Use try to grab my copyrights?
Oct
10
comment Should I go 5D Mark II or 7D?
While I do agree with Eruditass that the XSi (which is the camera I have) is certainly capable of taking some amazing photographs, as someone who has used it for almost a year and a half for landscape and wildlife photography, I can warn you: It WILL be the limiting factor. I can't count how many times I wish I had a wider field of view with my 16-35mm L lens, or how many times I wish I had better ISO performance for low-light evening shots or shots of birds. I put all of my money into lenses early on, and have kind of been regretting the cheap body lately, and wish I had a 5D.
Oct
10
revised Over-saturated prints from Lighroom 3?
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Oct
10
answered Should I go 5D Mark II or 7D?
Oct
10
asked Over-saturated prints from Lighroom 3?
Oct
9
comment Do Lightroom and Aperture force you into using a specific folder structure?
@Rob: Sounds good to me. :) I haven't met many other photographers out here yet. We should hook up in the Photo.SE chat @ chat.meta.stackoverflow.com and plan something.
Oct
9
revised Do Lightroom and Aperture force you into using a specific folder structure?
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Oct
9
answered What are shutter actuations?
Oct
8
answered Do Lightroom and Aperture force you into using a specific folder structure?
Oct
8
comment How can I get the shutter actuation count for Canon EOS 500D/550D?
I know its not an accurate test, but it would give you a ballpark number. Regarding tethered use, I guess it makes sense that it wouldn't update the image counter. If you've used it tethered, its probably a bad idea to use the in-camera counter. I would guess that opening the shutter for cleaning also doesn't get counted in the image counter, so if you've done that, it would also throw off the count.
Oct
8
answered How can I get the shutter actuation count for Canon EOS 500D/550D?