This weeks review of the PI list includes as usual some interesting topics
and information for all. The first posting this week was from Don with news
of a new ABOR posting relating to copyright. Pro Imaging is directly
involved in running the copyright protection web site www.Artists-Bill-of-
Rights.org which campaigns for fair terms and conditions for artists of
every type when entering competitions.
This was followed by a request for information on BasicColor with several
answers and confirmation of a reliable and informative source who is also a
Next in line was a post referring to a Mac/PC non linear video editor and
news of a special offer.
A MAC PRO with problems was next on the list together with useful
Yet another poor photo competition was highlighted showing the need for
constant vigilance by PI members to avoid copyright theft and misuse. This
time the government was the guilty party and not for the first time!
Someone was seeking information on Epson Art papers and as always
there was someone on the list who could supply information.
Other topics of the week included “tummy tucks”, Lightroom and muse,
new information on rights off report, a UK search for a wedding
photographer to work in the Sheffield area and members searching for
templates for websites with several suggestions being posted.
Talk arose re: UK electricity suppliers and suggesting a company to avoid,
and then on the subject of Photobooks. There were recommendations
Further to the Bill of Rights discussions with the topic “Women make it
happen” which encouraged much chat. Following that there was a strange
request for info on helping the blind to read or understand photography
In my opinion an important post was to gain support for an e-petition to
stop the restrictions on photography in many “public” spaces in the UK.
VR software was being researched and suggestions put forward. Then an
old member from Liverpool resurfaced and rejoined the PI group to much
approval and many welcomes from the PI membership. Welcome back
A new design of reflector was discovered and received mixed reports from
all and sundry. Finally it would appear that Google is at again and trying to
find ways round copyright protection by the backdoor.
So yet again we have information, opinions, and much to discuss in the
Contributed by Paul Webster – www.paulsnap.com