Originally Posted by mandrix
That's larger than what I'm shooting with my camera, but for some reason I can't zoom in on your pics like I normally can mine. I don't know about all the settings I just use what works for me. :shrug: Otherwise your pics look way better than mine.
I guess I need to shoot some more pics today for the contest. I don't know what to do, some of these people apparently have magazine covers and I'm still struggling trying to take a good pic. I don't see my chances as being good especially with my lack of camera skills.
THanks ! I'll take that compliment ! ... Not sure but when I click on my pix above, it pops up, but its still the same size - I took out the resizing code - those pix are 800 pixel in height from when I cropped them.
as far as cam skills go, you've got em. I've always enjoyed your detailed work photos, but that comes from detailed work ! ok, how bout this ? try some tripod shots - esp if you have a short tripod. That way you can get the from below shots, or angled shots - that always breaks up the monotony of portrait shots. Your build certainly has pizazz and flash - I know that having the room to set up photo shoots is a bear - about the only thing I can see that I benefit from this Canon Rebel so far, is its superior stabilization, its focus, its 18mp cam, and its manually focusable lens. I haven't even begun to touch its capabilities. But I can't get over the amount of dust - I'm capping shots as jpegs for now, dont know how to do the raw. It already takes over an hour to shoot and crop and upload the pix.
Originally Posted by freitz
I really like that koolance block I wish I didn't jump so quickly on the EK plexi and went with that with the copper finish or the heatkiller with copper.
LoL ! don't torture yourself, bud - grass is always copperish on the other side ! I liked what cpachris was doing, but copper just isn't in the cards for me this time around.
Originally Posted by Ragsters
Thanks for showing me how the motherboard looks installed on the tray of the ST10. Great job so far!
Hope that helps some, it wasn't what I was thinking it was going to look like, but I've bought my ticket ! CaseLabs cases let you dream about a build in just about every model, don't they ?
Originally Posted by PCModderMike
Another CaseLabs build, awesome
Love that board BTW
Cool ! PCModderMike shows up ! My main influence when I built the Switch for my buddy - luvd those Gelid blue fans adn the loop, and the different versions of your build as you progressed thru it. One of the first and earliest to mod a Switch - and now your current Silverstone build - again, making those subtle changes that really makes that build swim
Welcome - i can only hope that I do make a mark with this build.