11-13-2008 10:54 PM #31
Projector, LCD, Plasma?
What kind of camera are you using?
11-13-2008 11:15 PM #32
11-14-2008 05:03 AM #33
11-14-2008 05:04 AM #34
11-14-2008 08:52 AM #35
11-14-2008 08:55 AM #36
Should we move this thread to a separate category (screen caps/images) so that it's easier to find?
11-14-2008 11:04 AM #37
No Country for Old Men (taken with a camera)
11-14-2008 12:31 PM #38PC Specs:
133 MHz Genuine Intel Pentium Processor
STB Lightspeed VGA card w/128KB video memory
16 MB (x2) EDO SIMM Memory
128 Watt Power Supply
3.5" Floppy with High Density 1.44 MB diskette
13" Sylvania TV/VCR Combo
11-14-2008 01:52 PM #39
I'd like to return the compliment by saying that this is a nice idea for a thread. It will be nice if the index is kept up to date at least weekly, and if you could specify offscreen/direct for each set of pics. Maybe label them (OS) and (D) for short?
11-14-2008 01:54 PM #40
I really like this thread.
11-14-2008 03:20 PM #41Member
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but change the white balance on your camera to Tugsten and try again, it should help deal with the red issue.
If possible take RAW pictures using a DSLr then adjust the white balance manually.
Bets of course to get a cheap BD player fro your computer and then screencap.
11-14-2008 03:52 PM #42
DAMN YOU QUAS on that photoshop of DINA!
but really like the thread,, KEEP IT UP!Format Neutral
11-14-2008 06:43 PM #43
11-14-2008 06:48 PM #44
If your camera has the settings option, as Danyuld mentioned, you can also do that. I just make sure my room is well lit.: 703
11-14-2008 06:53 PM #45
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