Jump to content

Cathy Price

  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Member Information

  • Main editing computer
    PC laptop
  • Editing software
    Lightroom with Photoshop
  • Monitor Calibrator
  • Cameras, lenses and other photographic equipment
    Canon 5D mark III - Canon 70-200 f2.8L, Canon 35 F1.4 L, Canon 100 F2.8 macro, canon 50 F1.8, Tamron 24-70 F2.8, Canon 17-35 F4.

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Well bugger me, I never even noticed that! 🤣
  2. Hi Damien, You state to trash your JPGS and keep the PSD - but how do you remember what the PSD was for as it has not image attached to that file when you scroll through the drives? I am sure I am missing something here.
  3. HI Brian, I am (just like everyone else) tossing up between the R6 or R5 - I like the idea of more MP but in reality how much more RAM will I need to process these comfortably in PS - my PC has the following details intel(R) Core(TM) i5-6400 CPU @ 2.70GHz 2.70 GHz 32GB RAM would I have enough power to deal with the larger files? Thanks in advance C
  4. Thanks Brian, I will take it apart tonight and have a look, I did order a new power supply as well so fingers crossed it will solve it - it has already been dusted out no dust there now - there was a bit of dust in there but not much. fans are spinning and have good air flow.. did check control panel its not going to sleep..
  5. i have an intermitted issue with my pc and monitor where the monitor will show a no signal message before just going blank - I the pc them seems to make a whirlling noise. i have swapped out hdmi cables, monitors (same issue on both) swapped to a lower graphics card thinking it may be the power supply not being grunty enough) nothing makes a difference has anyone had this issue?
  6. thank you for your feedback I have gone and ordered it
  7. HI Brian, I am looking at this monitor but cannot find any reviews on it - I quite liked the split screen option so I can follow tutorials while editing but is this brand and or monitor any good?
  8. HI Brian what are your thoughts on this one? obviously want to upgrade it to 16GB RAM and install a operating system CPUIntel Skylake Core i7-6700 4 Core, hyperthreaded, 3.4Ghz, 8MB Cache, LGA1151 PlatformMotherboardB150 Chipset motherboard, DDR4 support, SATA 3.0Graphics Card GTX 960, 2GB GDDR5, PCIE 3.0, DVI, HDMI, Display PortMemory8GB DDR4 RAMHard Drive1TB SSHD for super speedy storageCaseCooler Master Storm Enforcer, Black Mid tower case, side window, Red LED fanOptical DriveDVDRWOperating SystemNone PB 2312 - Moderate gaming PC with the latest parts The PB 2312 is a PC capable of running new game releases at a very affordable price. It is equipped with the latest intel Skylake i7-6700 which is a hyperthreaded quad core CPU ideal for gaming, rendering and running virtual machines. It features the new Skylake supported chipset allowing for more PCIE lanes which means you get to use next generation storage without sacraficing bandwidth on your graphics card. There is also support for DDR4 which is the latest generation of memory! The GTX 960 is a very popular graphics card ideal for gamers with a resonable budget, it is very capable when paired with a monitor at 1920x1080 and also supports 3 simultanous displays for excellent multitasking. Built for gamers, PB Gaming Desktop PC use powerful components from the most respected names in hardware such as Asus, Gigabyte, EVGA and Sapphire. Geared for quality all PB systems must pass our extreme performance gauntlet testing process to ensure the best gaming performance, stability and user experience. Our dedicated and passionate team works to create PB Gaming systems are powerful, expandable and reliable.
  9. Random question of the day: since you down load the software and it is on your PC, does it stop working when you no longer renew the contract? or does it keep working but you obviously get no more updates?
  10. Thanks for the advice, I might just have to take it in for some love
  11. No have not made a bootable disk, I will go and get a USB tomorrow and see if I can work it out, . But what will happen to the recovery drive once it has reached its limit? Will the laptop die?
  12. Hoping to find the answer my recovery disc is nearly full, can I somehow delete files out of it safely? or do I have to take it to the doctor?
  13. Hi All, this looks like it could be new and exciting way to post things and no more F on all your posts..YAY for that
  • Create New...