Category Archives: Digital Photography

Microsoft RAW Codec and Windows Media Center

Yesterday (see previous post) I wrote a little about the newly released Microsoft RAW Codec. One of the first things I did was try my latest batch of Nikon RAW NEF files from a balloon festival earlier this month. I … Continue reading

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Microsoft Now Offers limited RAW Camera Support

Today Microsoft released a Codec Camera Pack which brings (long overdue) limited support for various RAW formats from the major camera vendors. While most RAW shooters use more substantial tools (Lightroom, Photoshop, etc.) for manipulating images, Microsoft has provided a … Continue reading

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Microsoft Photosynth for iPhone (Wow)

Available in iTunes now. A free app that stitches panoramas and guides you through every step of the way. Integrates with (LiveID required) where you can further edit your creations. Tap the screen to display the centering frame guide … Continue reading

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Red is My Favorite Color

New Hampshire in the Fall, Columbus Day weekend, 2008. The colors are spectacular. The highways are packed with leaf peepers. It’s a perfect autumn day.   Technorati tags: Fall Foliage, Digital Photography

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NH Covered Bridges

On the way back today from the Sunapee Crafts Show, I stopped at two NH covered bridges, Nikon D700 in hand. The Bement bridge was built in 1854 for $500! Technorati tags: D700, Digital Photography, Covered Bridges

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D700 and the Nubble Light

Still enchanted with the Nikon D700. Cruising the Maine Coast and checking out lighthouses. Here is a shot of the Nubble Light. Technorati tags: D700, photography

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Love at First Click: My New Nikon D700

I have been so wanting a full frame digital camera. The D3 was out of my price range, and too heavy to carry (me and my bad back..). The D700 is even better than I expected. And after a quick … Continue reading

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