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Member Since 19 Jun 2014
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 10:01 PM

In Topic: "Goldeneye" Flower.

Yesterday, 06:56 PM

Surely did not mean to hurt or offend you in any way, Tony, 
my poor mastery of English is not helping me apparently… I
was not aware of the critique section, really… very, very sorry!

Thank you very much for clearing that up.  Your apology is deeply appreciated. :)


Regards,  Tony

In Topic: "Goldeneye" Flower.

Yesterday, 02:21 PM

You have produced some surprising shots in the recent past,
they cannot all have been accidents… I'm sure of that!

Perhaps it is possible that you did not intend for your comment to come across the way it did.  Telling me that it is not my masterpiece has a certain demeaning slant to it.  In addition, there is a reason I did not post the image in the Critique Section.  If you have nothing nice to say, then do not say anything.



In Topic: "Goldeneye" Flower.

Yesterday, 03:25 AM

Can I tell it like it is, Tony, or is enough to suggest
that this one is not your masterpiece?

Or, one way to think of it is, perhaps some day, If I work real hard at it, you just may find something positive to contribute.  But do be careful, it could just happen by accident.  thnx.

In Topic: Graphics covering images in LED Screen.

19 April 2019 - 10:17 PM

If it scrolls the photo, you are zoomed in. You must have the full photo up on screen to change the overlay mode.

Okay, I tried to find out how to do that with no success.  I went into the display mode and left it on focus area only.  I am just about fed up with this.  I remember when photography was fun.  :(


Thanks again. tt

In Topic: Graphics covering images in LED Screen.

19 April 2019 - 03:50 AM

This might help: https://www.nikonfor...n-info-problem/


Pages 99-100 in the D200 manual might explain things.

Okay, I have been trying to replicate how this incident happened.  I did exactly how the Nikon D200 Manual instructs, and have no idea why I cannot get the same response.  I took an image, moved the rear selector wheel up and down and side to side and all that happened was the image going horizontally and vertically.  I did get into the Display Menu and have only Focus Points checked.  I could not locate the item that offers "Single Playback Option."  Just have to wait and see what happens.  Much Grass. TT