June 11th, 2012, 08:04 AM
Today was an exercise in tech stuff. The post brought my Eye-Fi card so after setting everything up, I was off out for a trial run.
Now i consider myself quite clued up with all things technical. But this was a bit of a head scratcher for me, and the web site is
not a great deal of help either. Anyway after a few choice words and colourful language i got it sussed.
The GRD4 supports wireless sd cards, (i think all cameras can use them) But the GRD has menu options To turn off the transmission
from the card and save energy. I am still unsure why i need location services enabled on my phone though.
I think i've cracked it now though, and all works fine, Quite fast transfer too.
So this Picture of Buster. Taken on GRD4. Positive mode. The Eye-fi SD card onboard transmitted to my iphone where it was edited
in snapseed. Had i a network signal (I was in a valley) i could have uploaded or emailed the picture.
No problem in towns and cities.
I bought the card for this reason. To transmit to my phone for upload or email. It works quite well.
So i am now completely mobile.
GRD Eye-Fi iphone snapseed. A great combination.
IMG_1850 by Buster & Taz, on Flickr
June 11th, 2012, 10:12 AM
June 12th, 2012, 07:59 AM
Last night was Melbourne's coldest night thus far in this very early winter:
Reference: Melbourne weather| Coldest morning of 2012
June 12th, 2012, 08:12 AM
June 12th, 2012, 08:14 AM
The Dreaded Cone!
Fuji X Pro 1, 60mm Macro
Just had to post a picture of Little B wearing his cone. He was neutered yesterday and is proving to be a bit of a handful today. He's been bouncing off the walls and really fed up with having to wear this head piece!
June 12th, 2012, 09:38 AM
That looks like a professional studio shot, very nice.
June 12th, 2012, 06:12 PM
How did you get that beautiful lighting?
Originally Posted by christilou
June 13th, 2012, 07:19 AM
I think Christina must have been using that special "cone lighting". My first thoughts about Little B were that it must have been his time for neutering. Your soft treatment does make him almost seem Elizabethan. Perhaps you can tell Little B he is in training for a Midsummer Night's Dream? He certainly is a wonderful muse for you, Christina.
Ripleysbaby - love that heroic image of Buster! And it's very cool to think about how wifi cards work or can work. I know they're not new, but I've never tried one and can see how important they could be in a breaking news situation. Your use of Snapseed on your phone worked really nicely, as well.
James, Keesha looks so tiny and sweet covered in all those blankets and comforters.
Kris, I'm thinking that "your" dog (is he or she yours?) is a Labradoodle? Or perhaps there's a newer breed called an Airdaledoodle? Love that nose!
This is always such a great thread.
June 14th, 2012, 04:19 PM
G3 + 20mm. This pond is always brown, but it doesn't worry the dog.
June 15th, 2012, 06:47 AM
A classic, Malcolm - well done!! Is this your dog? Love this picture as it brings back so many happy memories for me... I had an uncle who trained Labradors for field trials...they were such great dogs. A beautiful image.
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