@Garry Edwards The simplest way to share images is to open them up on your computer then choose share screen and select the window with the image. All the participants then see the image filling their screen.
Hi Gary thank you very much, that’s great!
For the next one I could offer thoughts on outdoor flash, I’ve done a lot of red carpet events and tried a variety of brackets and speed lights over the years.
Very sorry to hear your story. Lots of hard lessons learned too. What to do now? I wouldn’t snub the 40D for a start, I would use it. For wide aperture a nifty fifty is always a bargain so I would probably save up for that next and get from a reputable seller or dealer offering warranty...
hi Rick, welcome!
you have two lenses that are capable for landscape (kit lens) and Astro (50 1.8) already, so I would make a start with them and only look for more lenses when you need to do something that they can’t do. Makes sense?
For anyone interested someone has helpfully posted a full tutorial on youtube a couple of days ago answering this question
Today we used OBS with Skype, worked ok but some feeds suffered pixelation. Looks there is a fix for that, this is a whole new arena...
I’m mostly Canon and LR. I branched out into Fuji last year and looked at C1 and it does produce better final prints I think. So now I have two workflows events/sports (who knows maybe again one day!) with high volume with canon / LR mainly for online use, and studio and landscape with Fuji / C1...