I was looking for anything to take a picture of once I got the camera out of the box; thus this picture of some of my refrigerator magnets :
It has been cropped and reduced in Photoshop, but has not had any other changes. Click on it for the full-size (117K) JPG version.
Jeffrey Glover says on his "Top Ten Ways to Tell If You Have a Sucky Home Page":
Both of these images were cropped, reduced, and enhanced in Adobe Photoshop with the truly wonderful Intellihance plug-in
I also got a nice shot of the jade plant which David Chan nursed back to health, and which I am trying to keep alive.
This image was cropped and reduced but not changed otherwise.
It was horrible. It took about three minutes to transfer a picture at 1280 x 960 to Photoshop, and you could hear the disk drive beating itself to death all the while. I was incredibly frustrated and was beginning to wonder whether this camera was worth the trouble.
I went out today and bought 16MB of memory for $70 at T-Zone to boost the machine to 32MB of real memory. This is the best $70 I have ever spent. Now it takes only about 10 seconds to transfer the pictures. Roy Martin was right when he told me, "The cheapest way to add power to your computer is to add memory."
Now that I have the extra memory, I'm very pleased with the camera and look forward to using it for a project or two that I have in mind.
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