After an election result nobody was expecting please see below this weeks review of PI posts and comments.
There was one topic relating to the election and copyright that was still being mentioned, Green Party Copyright theft. Sad.
A member was seeking urgent web design help which was of course forthcoming from our membership. Another member was asking for help with off camera flash using Canon Mark 5D and discovered other members having the same kind of problems with other Canon cameras, solutions were suggested including a change to Nikon!!
Colour schemes for workspaces was an oft mentioned subject with varying answers to the problem, the best seeming to be a neutral gray supplied by one of our members.
Amusing anecdotes and instruction manual oddities were brought to the fore in postings relating to camera focussing.
Don spotted some useful applications on offer and also posted re the EU copyright rule anomalies, he also brought to our attention another competition which is not playing fair.
KVM switches became another topic mentioned but are only relevant to PC users.
Through Don in the USA, the Pink Lady awards were attended by Darrin who gave a short review and suggested they were well worth a look.
Submit comments here: USCO Notice of Inquiry for photographers due July 23. This was a post from Don relating to U.S. Copyright and he reminded us that responses should be in by the date shown.
If you fancy setting up a photographic company there are several members who saw a post by Janus with a website showing how easy it can be to make it in the field of photography. Tongue firmly in cheek of course!!
A BBC site showing VE Day photography was mentioned a few times and it is certainly worth a visit.
LightRoom help was requested and references to pre-sets and resets were made. Following this a topic came up about DSLRs and long exposures which had several interesting replies.
The last topic of the week was Google Archiving to the cloud with our resident Mac guru Paul responding.
Have a good week. Following an election in the UK we are living in Madge country (yellow top, blue below!!)