Who first used the word ISOless (or ISO less)?

Started Dec 13, 2013 | Questions thread
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Re: Who first used the word ISOless (or ISO less)?
In reply to hdr, Dec 14, 2013

hdr wrote:

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Can't imagine what life would be like without metaphors.

Then try similes. In order to shoot with less available light, a photographer aware of the one exposure principle that is as solid as a triangle raised the ISO setting as gracefully as a dog rising its leg at a fire hydrant and, thereupon, the electric charges knocked off by the few incoming photons that were pounding in as fiercely as the business end of the hammer of a Chinese geologist trying to demolish the Great Wall started, more happily than a tornado in a trailer park, to swarm all over the sensor, as it brimmed with sensitivity as a boil on a sphincter, like a colony of Escherichia coli on the leftover of a steak tartare outdoors lunch in summer.

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