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I know this is off-topic but what's this 3x wheel you're talking about?

3x, or simply, three-cross, is a wheel lacing technique that's common on BMX and some XC wheels.
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Listening to audio is much more straightforward than creating art, whether it be pictorial, cinematic or musical. And this is coming from someone who has been a musician for over 15 years, both playing and recording/mastering. Someone like yourself who has just been throwing cash around at various cameras is not really in any position to say tha you will be able to create an all-encompassing thread about photographic equipment when you "become pro", because such a thing does not and can not exist.

Ooo, angsty.

On another note.."creating art" has very little to with the knowing the abilities of a camera or lenses. What you do with a camera is completely different from knowing what a camera is capable. To that extent, it seems fairly straight forward and "easy" to create a thread regarding cameras and accessories.
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Hardly. rolleyes.gif
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No matter how much you hate sub, he always has the right idea 70% of the time.
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70% of the time, 100% of the time. For your health.

P.S. Come to irc.
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I was just curious, I don't really need a camera at this point in my life, nor do I have the money for one. I've got like $250 of free cash right now, not really camera budget material rolleyes.gif
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any suggestions on software to put together a timelapse? I just took 400 images and want to turn it to video now. I haven't looked into it much yet.

I have adobe master collection so if photoshop or adobe premeire pro or after affects can do this or you have any experience let me know. smile.gif
should have made it 16x9!

Using Premiere Pro, put all images in a folder and numbered sequentially. After opening up a new project with whatever your settings are go to File->Import->Click on first image in folder one time->Click right above file name "image sequence"->Shift and click all the images in explorer window->Click Open->Now have a default speed clip of your images, adjust speed/duration as desired.

For aspect ratio I'd mass crop the images in lightroom for ease if not just scale the clip accordingly once it's made by premiere

Thanks, I did it, however I found out I forgot to set my focus to manual! frown.gif

Time to go to the beach tomorrow and see what I can do there! biggrin.gif

Also, this calculator helped me with the timing: http://tech.beret.cz/p/timelapse-calculator.html
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I was just curious, I don't really need a camera at this point in my life, nor do I have the money for one. I've got like $250 of free cash right now, not really camera budget material rolleyes.gif

Shoot some 35mm film. Learn how to expose properly, and how to operate a camera efficiently. Once you have some expendable income, you can start thinking about digital, or maybe even larger format film.
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On another note.."creating art" has very little to with the knowing the abilities of a camera or lenses. What you do with a camera is completely different from knowing what a camera is capable. To that extent, it seems fairly straight forward and "easy" to create a thread regarding cameras and accessories.

A camera is only as capable as the person using it. You can spend all the money in the world and turn out frame after frame of garbage unless you have the experience to make it worthwhile. If creating such a thread would be as easy as you say, have a stab at it. I await the result.
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On another note.."creating art" has very little to with the knowing the abilities of a camera or lenses. What you do with a camera is completely different from knowing what a camera is capable. To that extent, it seems fairly straight forward and "easy" to create a thread regarding cameras and accessories.

A camera is only as capable as the person using it. You can spend all the money in the world and turn out frame after frame of garbage unless you have the experience to make it worthwhile. If creating such a thread would be as easy as you say, have a stab at it. I await the result.

I actually agree with what you're saying, but there are people that want simple guidance as to what would be the best camera for their budget. Some people just want to know what camera's they should be looking at for their budget. If I have an $xxx budget, the following are some cameras I should consider and here's why. Here are there pros, here are there cons.

Don't you agree that's possible? Sure you can obviously put in a nice paragraph about "Of course skill is based on experience and knowledge and skill with a camera as well as an eye for art, yadda yadda yadda"

I still think you can create an all purpose thread for quality cameras and lenses that are sort of the go to equipment under a certain price range.

For the more intimate and personally customized equipment needs additional threads can always be created to tailor choices to the person.

I think someone that owns a camera store and has a lot of experience with multiple cameras and lenses and is experience in photography could easily create a thread like that.

Now I doubt you caught on, but I made that comment in jest and you seem to have taken it seriously..I doubt I will ever get to any form of experience with cameras as I have with audio. Cameras are nice, but I'm not really into them as others are. I'm sure there are others that are very into the hobby though and could create an all purpose thread for cameras stacking up the best cameras in a certain price range etc etc with the same mold that I've done in other sections.
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