Great work. Thanks for making that.
The dark spot in the top right looks like sensor dust.
There are more photographers running in this photo than athletes!
"We give it five stars!!!!"
Thanks dpr, I lol'd. :)
What's the thing above her head that looks like a floating car-seat cover?!
Wilmark: "Camera specs are unimpressive for a device that is otherwise futuristic: a 5MP camera that can record 720p video puts Google Glass's camera capabilities far behind today's leading camera phones. "
LOL, Its a good thing I dont take camera advice from DP Review anymore. MP and HD recording on camera phones are meaningless - they almost all shoot worthless photos and videos, especially if i compare it with old DLSRS and video recorders with these specs from 5-10 yrs ago. NO matter how many camera phones you guys review, you guys are hilarious ever since youve been amazoned.
I think the point they're trying to make is that Glass is supposed to be 'the latest thing', yet it's not even up there with what cell phones of a couple years ago offer us, that is, a cell phone isn't that great, so anything not as good as a cell phone can't be much good either.
I'd need to see the lens line-up before I'd consider it. An 18-200mm f2 walk-around lens would make it worth it.
RaZZ3R Death: Why does the first ever color picture taken underwater have a UFO in it ?!? In the top left corner.
*Unidentified Submarine Object
I don't understand what I'm looking at. Why is this in a sample gallery? What is it demonstrating, since it's obviously not a real world sample. Some snaps of some pigeons outside would be more useful.
mikusa: Don't flame me, but I use Windows Live Photo Gallery. There, I said it.
From there I can add tags, captions, geotags, face tags, and do minor tweaks, etc etc. Or I can right click an image and open it up in PS. I prefer to work directly with my files, rather than with a proprietary database that I might outgrow one day. I still store everything in folders, by month, and then subfolders if I want (2012-12/Christmas Dinner/, etc). I can edit my files in WLPG and it automatically creates a backup of the original if I ever want to go back.
I've dabbled in LR, and I really didn't like it. Perhaps I was using it wrong, but I just felt like I wasn't in touch with my actual files. I'm also just an amateur, so maybe it's different if you're handling 1000s of photos a week.
Anyone else going to join me out of the closet?
Yes, it does. Great response.
I've only been serious about my photography for about 18 months, so perhaps I haven't crossed a certain threshold in my workflow needs.
Back to my last comment.... if I do all more work in LR and one day decide to switch to a different program, will I lose all my tweaks and edits?
I think the thing I don't like about all my edits being hidden inside LR is that I like to be able to see all of 'my stuff' from the file explorer and any other program, etc.
How is searching through a LR database superior to searching through tags and captions in WLPG?
When I make image adjustments in LR (WB, vibrance, etc), where exactly are those changes? I can see the changes in LR, but I go back to my original image in its original folder, and nothing is changed. If I make a change in WLPG, my original file gets edited and updated, and that's what I want. I don't want a 3rd party program holding all my edits hostage, if that makes sense.
Willing to learn though....
Don't flame me, but I use Windows Live Photo Gallery. There, I said it.
Can we submit a photo taken with a point & shoot or does it have to be interchangeable lens?
Merry Christmas to the whole team. Thanks for all you do.
keepreal: Sounds to me as though iFixit.com have taken apart Nikon. At the prices you pay for these high end cameras, you are entitled to expect a lot better than this.
Perhaps you should build your own....
eddiephtgrphr: A bunch of wires attached to a few chips and covered with mostly plastic makes me wonder if it is worth more than two grand. I don't doubt the picture quality it produces but it should've been solid and robust enough if it's double the price of my D7000.
Whereas I look at a photo like that and am floored by the tech involved and consider myself lucky to be within reach of it financially. Although I live in Africa, so it's harder to forget how far we've come....