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Prevent Maxell CD-R Pro being closed


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Unless I pretty much fill the Maxell CD-R Pro with the initial project session and burn, can no longer append

the CD. Receive message that CD is not recordable....is there a setting to change? 200 MB on a 700MB CD for archiving hurts...

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Thank you. The learning curve has been steep for me because my photographic life was Vietnam era photojournalism and b&w darkroom. Then jumped out of the 15th century, bought a computer, set the speed graphic aside, put away my film cameras and bought a few digital trail cams for the nature center, started recording all the tracking digitally and quickly was part of the common where do I keep all this(hadn't thought about losing the luxury of sorting and filing negs). Backing up to a few Maxtor harddrives temporarily made that less critical. Once I added the Canon 10D I found the joy of manual photography was still available but knowing that I now not only have good bobcat and cougar records but some real nice photography, much of it low light and nasty weather work and that I would like to be able to put it to good use once I sort out the next curve (PhCS2) the archiving of some of it seemed important to me instead of wishing I had filed some of this....so the simplest part of the equation tripped me up...a simple check mark...sorry for being so dumb, thank you for being helpful. My 60's training taught us to shoot it right in the first place...and I looked down on Photoshop as "cheating" but it has turned out to be a wonderful teaching tool...as has been digital in general (the notepads, bracketting and rushing back to develop and print no longer the norm)...I'm loving this...

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Unless I pretty much fill the Maxell CD-R Pro with the initial project session and burn, can no longer append

the CD. Receive message that CD is not recordable....is there a setting to change? 200 MB on a 700MB CD for archiving hurts...

 

With disc prices of 20 cents it is still pretty cheap…

 

After you click Burn, make sure you don't have a check by Read Only. This will leave the disc open for session writing.

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Nobody was born knowing this stuff. We all had to learn.

 

Well your '60's training is still correct and proper! If you are underexposed black pixels are still black pixels even after enhancement… Just like film, it ain't there in the negative it ain't going to be there no matter what you do!

 

One of my few 'good' pictures of that era, Instamatic no less. We are going into an unknown LZ and the tension is clear.

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