I successfully updated the laptop my sister uses as her Netflix access tool for the large Tv in the living room. It took a long time but was smooth. She also uses it for email. I have recently shown her Pinterest. She found that intriguing. I searched “Nancy Drew” (she is a collector of the books) and found a lot of interesting pins.
Rogers email account password recovery
My password and I got separated. I only found out when I tried to reset email on a secondary device. I tried online but just chased my own tail for twenty minutes. Rogers technical support were very helpful.
A friend asked me to help with some images for an article intended for a coffee table book. So I read up once again on prep of hi-res images for printing. It is a little confusing. I am used to prep for online presentation or for images for Powerpoint slide shows that are projected for small sized audiences.
a couple of helpful links:
I used my scanner to copy an old engraving of 19th century logging using my Canon 4in1 printer. I photographed a photocopy of a pencil drawing of a 17th century Huron village (longhouses and palisade). I used my Nikon D7100 and Nikkor 18-140 lens mounted on a tripod.
The actual village used 64,000 poles for the palisade. These were some 40 feet tall.
I loaded the photo in Corel Paint Shop Pro x6. I adjusted the contrast and cloned out some handwritten notes. Finally I saved the edited image trying for maximum quality. I attempted to send the image to the friend. The scan made it, The photo bounced back. I tried again compressing the image for a smaller size without sacrificing too much quality. Not sure how we are going to get this finished. We still need to get them to the book publisher.
Below a further compressed version of village drawing.