The Digital Photo Guy

Freebies for San Diegans

by on Jun.22, 2011, under gear, Lightroom, Monday Morning Tips, Photo Editing, Photoshop CS2/4, Photoshop Elements

FREE Samsung CLP510 Color Laser Printer

This 6 year-old Samsung color laser printer is free to the first person who arranges pick up in North San Diego County (near Welk Resort.) I doubt it can punch out 1000 page jobs like I used to abuse it with but it’s still good for small (1-100 page) jobs. It worked fine when I tested it this morning.

It has a built-in duplexer and comes with extra toner for those with the skills to disassemble a toner cartridge and solder a small circuit board.

It weighs 70 pounds so I will not ship it nor will I deliver it. I will help you load it into your vehicle. I will not expend time on questions about condition or operation. You either want it or it will be posted on Freecycle by the end of the month. It would be perfect for a small office with occasional color laser printing needs. Contact me to arrange pickup.

FREE Epson R1800 Printer with Bulk Ink Feed System

This is a 5 year old Epson R1800 with an InkJetFly bulk feeder filled with MIS Associates ink. She’s a crotchety gal but still prints great glossy 13×19 if you know how to clean/clear IJP head clogs. It’s been sitting around for a month so it will probably need a thorough cleaning before it can print. It also prints on CD/DVD.

The duct tape on the front is because the plastic latches holding the front panel are worn, allowing the panel to fall open.

This weighs about 30 pounds. It cannot be shipped and I will not deliver it. I will help you load it into your vehicle. I will not expend time on questions about condition or operation. You either want it or it will be posted on Freecycle by the end of the month. This is definitely a tinkerer’s special. Contact me to arrange pickup.

$3 Webinar – Overview of Photo Editing Programs

Do you use Photoshop CS5 or Photoshop Elements 9 or Lightroom 3? Perhaps you use a combination of two or more programs. Do you know the differences among the three and which is best for your needs?

On Sunday, June 26 (this coming Sunday) at 6PM Pacific Time, in a short 30 minute webinar, I’ll explain how the programs differ and what’s best for beginner, intermediate and advanced digital photographers. Click this LINK to register.

Sensor Cleaning Video Posted

This is a 30 minute video of a recent dSLR Sensor Cleaning Webinar. To view, click the PayPal link below and use either a credit card or your PayPal account. You will receive a link to the video once I’m notified by PayPal.

Cleaning a dSLR sensor is much easier if you’ve seen it done. If you want, you can watch the video as often as you want until you feel comfortable that you know what you’re doing.

Access the Sensor Cleaning Video $5

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