And then there are the ugly Nikon lens caps with Nikon plastered on the front so that you don't have anywhere to stick this thing - anyway you want to tell the world that you are shooting with Nikon optics so why cover it up -- lol!!
captivating - thanks for posting
I have been told by Nikon that 2.4.5 is not ready to run with OS Mavericks- I have it running on MacBoook Pro running OSX 10.9 but it installs and crashes on macbook Air running 10.9 - is there are work around?
Great images, but I can't help but wonder whether the ones with the leaping people have been superimposed - why no splash from jumping out of the water - unless they are reincarnations of Bob Beaman!
On the facade of the Uffizi - "all art was modern once" - but these - hmm, best left in the can! Philistine I may be - but the images don't COMMUNICATE anything to me and hence are worthless.
Enough has been said and written about Facebook and similar social networking sites/apps and the rise of narcissism to make me shudder at the thought of another app that puts "me" out there in the ether!!!
Nice pic - but never seen water fall at that angle before!!
For enthusiasts like me (and probably most of the DPR readers) Adobe's CC offering is the last straw - just downloaded and started to use DxO Optic Pro 8 processing files from D800 - WOW!!! - between that and Capture NX2 it covers most of my procession needs - for Silver Efex 2 and HDR procession, however, CS5 will stay in my library for the immediate future. Sadly NIK/Google does not seem to be interested in the plug-ins for Capture - what about it guys?
One can't help but wonder whether these have been created for a niche that doesn't exist. When there are so many excellent compacts out there and entry level DSLRs that will outperform mirrorless on price and performance, why spend $1000 plus on one of these?Steve Jobs created the market for smart phones and tablets - perhaps the marketing hype for these will bear fruit in time!!
I for one am not going to be suckered into joining a dowload site that I know nothing about - thanks for the offer of a free download, but it Rapidshare is the only option - not going there!!! V. disappointed
As one who has been using Zenfolio for some time - I think anyone serious about this would edit in PS or NX2 and then upload on the web - Zenfolio app is useful for viewing and basic editing. As Ross Murphy says, you need an account, but if you are serious, why not - have a look at how it works on https://notefield.zenfolio.com
Love the pun and the composition and the light - one of those images that makes you think - what, where and who??!!