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Digital Photo Professional For Windows 7


digital photo professional for windows 7
    digital photo
  • Digital photography is a form of photography that uses an array of light sensitive sensors to capture the image focused by the lens, as opposed to an exposure on light sensitive film.
    professional
  • Of, relating to, or connected with a profession
  • a person engaged in one of the learned professions
  • engaged in a profession or engaging in as a profession or means of livelihood; "the professional man or woman possesses distinctive qualifications"; "began her professional career after the Olympics"; "professional theater"; "professional football"; "a professional cook"; "professional actors
  • Having or showing the skill appropriate to a professional person; competent or skillful
  • an athlete who plays for pay
  • (of a person) Engaged in a specified activity as one's main paid occupation rather than as a pastime
    windows 7
  • Windows 7 is the latest release of Microsoft Windows, a series of operating systems produced by Microsoft for use on personal computers, including home and business desktops, laptops, netbooks, tablet PCs, and media center PCs.
  • Similar to the windows OS used for Desktop and Laptop PCs.
  • XNA for Windows Phone

More Carnage!
More Carnage!
I had an old lens laying around that I put to use here. It's a wide angle lens that I used on my Canon Vixia HF-S100 cameara, but this lens does not fit my current 28-135mm. Fit the 3.5-5.6 17-55mm I had a year ago..but that is gone now. So the Zeikos lens is put away mostly as an expensive paper weight (or magnafing glass of sorts). I'm posting just ONE more Carnage photo. This is the final one, I SWEAR! *I actually do like to swear..a lot actually. I wish I had CS5 to work with here, but sadly it's just a free disc software from Digital Photo Professional from Canon I think. It's like any other basic file editor you get with a laptop, except I use DPP because of RAW FILES..which Windows 7 doesn't F***king DO! Lighting - I use an Impact Umbrella/lightstand. Got two for $100 at B&H Photo. Reflective or Shoot-Thru. I used the reflective side for this photo here, but use the Shoot-Thru for people portraits and such. But I'm trying differing things all the time tho. I'm watching Megan Fox be all hot right now on HBO. Jennifer's Body is a pretty solid movie if you ask me. I like the whole dang thing. Just a funny good movie with some demon action. Oh and a rock band that worships Satan to become famous. Juno somehow fits into the mix. ha BLah blah..I'm bored. this is what I have to offer, I'm sorry..I'm trying to do better things for the future..but stuff doesn't always work out like you think they will. Sometimes life just brings you CARNAGE! Camera Canon EOS 7D w/ 28-135mm Exposure 0.017 sec (1/60) Aperture f/5.6 Focal Length 85 mm ISO Speed 500 430EX II camera left, 1/64 power, @24mm, fired into reflective umbrella. Triggered with Canon 7D wireless system. I should also mention there is a 'Window Sheild' reflector laying on the surface. I don't know exactly how "reflective" it is when it comes to the flash bounce, but I used it here to see what would happen.
Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit on Macbook Pro 13"
Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit on Macbook Pro 13"
They said it wouldn't work... October 9, 2009 -- After upgrading OS X to Snow Leopard, I installed the latest BootCamp.. and then installed the final RTM version of Windows 7 64bit. Who said this didn't work? HA. All drivers work out-of-the-box.. Runs flawlessly. February 5, 2010 -- Same installation -- still working great! Updated BootCamp to the official release. No problems. :) October 10, 2010 -- It's been a year with the same installation. A few weeks ago I purchased an OCZ Vertex 2 solid state drive. My plan was to suck some more speed from this system while also refreshing the OS (fresh install of Snow Leopard and Windows 7). That didn't happen. The SSD would not permit OS X to upgrade to Snow Leopard - no matter what. I tried everything to get SL installed - even resorting to just imaging the current system and bringing it down on the SSD - that worked, but there were drive errors and the drive couldn't be partitioned for Bootcamp. I've sent the drive back to Newegg for an RMA... but I'm doubtful it's the drive, but rather an incompatibility with the MacBook Pro's SATA controller. We'll see. If the new drive doesn't work, I may try an SSD from Other World Computing - which claims it has some of the fastest SSD's on the market (uses the same Sandforce controller as the OCZ Vertex) and is compatible with Macs. We'll see this week when the replacement drive arrives. October 18 - Replacement SSD didn't work - although it got further in the installation. Leopard installed fine - and booted in 10 seconds. I gave up on the OCZ SSD and got a WD Black 320GB 7200 HDD - quicker than the OEM 5400rpm drive. I also got 8GB of ram for the laptop - so that should hold me over for a little while. I'm going to sell the OCZ SSD and get a SSD that has been confirmed by the manufacturer to work with my model MBP.

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