Ednaz

Ednaz

Lives in United States NJ, United States
Works as a just another photo hack
Has a website at www.youhavenoidea.com
Joined on Feb 4, 2004

Ednaz's recent activity

  • Daffodils everywhere.  The flower that I'm absolutely the worst at photographing, and after years of continuing to try I'm no better.  The arboretum near here has a huge "bowl" in the landscape and...
  • " "I'm inclined to question of real benefit of faster lens" -Frédéric Guichard Chief scientist at DxO Labs" Fast lenses - f1.8 and more - are usually heavily optimized to work well at the widest...
  • I have it, and it's my go-to lens for low light (I shoot most of my stuff, other than macro, with wide or very wide lenses).  In m4/3, you definitely get what you pay for.  My solution for being...
  • MrChristopher wrote: I hear you. Negative and humiliating is subjective, and without someone with a camera those sites would not exist. So you can't really go after the site. In American when you...
  • The best street photographers I've ever known, admired, taken classes from, never shoot with long lenses from far away. That's creepy, and it's rude. Why do people feel they have to sneak shoot?...
  • Replied in argh, detract
    My rule of thumb in editing/selecting is, if I feel like there's a question, there's no question at all, it's a reject.  I came to that after many, many, many similar inquiries. As a good friend...
  • Wormsmeat wrote: 1 and 5 for me. The later ones are good too but saw them (?) before. The lightbulb shots are of a newly acquired lightbulb.  The group of us who are chasing this concept all went...
  • Replied in Any lens can do
    I shoot a lot of night urban stuff, and I shoot with everything from short telephoto to ultra-wide.  Aperture matters not much at all.  The quality of your tripod, and your attention to good remote...
  • Replied in Star filters?
    There are a number of different star filters - you can pick your star arm count (from 4 to at least 8) and even the configuration of the star (Tiffen's North Star filter came quickly to mind.)  I...
  • Replied in Thanks Frank
    I have probably 10 different compositions of that first image (today was a day of visual pushups for me... forcing myself to shoot dozens of treatments of every image).  I have one that's much...
  • ooooh, how did you keep your hands off that Cadillac?  (you must have, otherwise the owner would have beaten you to death and you wouldn't have posted the pictures....) Cars haven't been art in a...
  • What you have to think about when buying filters is, you paid $1000 more or less for the lens - aspherical elements, nano-coatings, exotic glass.  That whole system will become as good as whatever...
  • Adobe is the most diligent of the raw processors out there in terms of getting support for new cameras, and their camera profiles are excellent.
  • Replied in Miscellaneous...
    Short attention span today I guess. Went for a walk at a local historical farmhouse and farm.  Shot a few still life images. Teeny tiny brook running through the property.  Played around...
  • Of course Fuji's lenses are full frame.  They were made from the start to properly cover the 24x16mm sensor that was the first sensor size in DSLRs - therefore that 24x16mm sensor is digital full...
  • There have been a lot of posts on how to get to the service menu on various Panasonic cameras.  They're all pretty similar.  I'd suggest trying a few of them to see if they work on your GM1.  Once...
  • Assuming you're shooting raw, with m4/3 you're getting 12 bit files - 12 bits per color (in a 16 bits per color wrapper).  Full frame cameras, you're getting 14 bits in that 16 bit wrapper.  Medium...
  • Sergey_Green wrote: Ednaz wrote: .. On many travel shoots, I shoot a combination of m4/3 and a Nikon D800e, and at my last three shows where I had images printed around 20x30 (varied based on...
  • Bad photographic decisions, usually exposure and lighting, and bad post processing accounts for all of what most people think is the difference between using m4/3 or full frame. m4/3 isn't as...
  • Fuji and other manufacturers provide correction profiles to software companies.  even some Nikon DSLR bodies have some degree of lens correction now. D800 for example... Just loaded updated lens...
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