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Re: The Front Gate

Posted: Thu Nov 16, 2017 3:03 pm
by St3v3M
Mike D wrote:I firmly believe that to be true and had to explain to my friend that one needed to have the tongue firmly planted in the cheek to read the CPP thing.

I've wanted a new camera for years but have decided to keep what I have until I can prove I need more than what it offers.

I need to improve, not my camera! S-

Re: The Front Gate

Posted: Thu Nov 23, 2017 7:59 am
by Mike D
St3v3M wrote:
Mike D wrote:I firmly believe that to be true and had to explain to my friend that one needed to have the tongue firmly planted in the cheek to read the CPP thing.

I've wanted a new camera for years but have decided to keep what I have until I can prove I need more than what it offers.

I need to improve, not my camera! S-


We have eerily similar thought process Steve and I'm not convinced that I 'need' bigger, better, OR faster just to fill up ye old hard drive faster. I'm doing a decent job of finding out how small 2 terrabytes is already. :)

Re: The Front Gate

Posted: Thu Nov 23, 2017 3:25 pm
by St3v3M
Mike D wrote:We have eerily similar thought process Steve and I'm not convinced that I 'need' bigger, better, OR faster just to fill up ye old hard drive faster. I'm doing a decent job of finding out how small 2 terrabytes is already. :)

I keep looking but I'm not there yet, someday soon! S-

Re: The Front Gate

Posted: Fri Nov 24, 2017 3:34 am
by Mike D
St3v3M wrote:
Mike D wrote:We have eerily similar thought process Steve and I'm not convinced that I 'need' bigger, better, OR faster just to fill up ye old hard drive faster. I'm doing a decent job of finding out how small 2 terrabytes is already. :)

I keep looking but I'm not there yet, someday soon! S-


My problem is that I save almost everything that isn't horribly out of focus or a complete waste of space. Some day when I don't have a full time job plus 11 kids to deal with, plus our home-based sock business, I might have time to cull out the unfixable and spend some time learning Photoshop and Lightroom. By that time, the stash may very well be closer t 4 tb. Only time will tell. :)

Re: The Front Gate

Posted: Fri Nov 24, 2017 3:53 am
by St3v3M
Mike D wrote:My problem is that I save almost everything that isn't horribly out of focus or a complete waste of space. Some day when I don't have a full time job plus 11 kids to deal with, plus our home-based sock business, I might have time to cull out the unfixable and spend some time learning Photoshop and Lightroom. By that time, the stash may very well be closer t 4 tb. Only time will tell. :)

I've wondered recently what will happen to all my images when the light comes, but that's something for another post. S-

Re: The Front Gate

Posted: Fri Nov 24, 2017 6:35 am
by Mike D
St3v3M wrote:
Mike D wrote:My problem is that I save almost everything that isn't horribly out of focus or a complete waste of space. Some day when I don't have a full time job plus 11 kids to deal with, plus our home-based sock business, I might have time to cull out the unfixable and spend some time learning Photoshop and Lightroom. By that time, the stash may very well be closer t 4 tb. Only time will tell. :)

I've wondered recently what will happen to all my images when the light comes, but that's something for another post. S-


Hopefully it's not like wondering if the light in the fridge actually goes off when you close the door. (OK)