Ednaz

Ednaz

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

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  • Reading the interview, its very clear why they've done as well as they have. They're honest with themselves. Companies that drink too much of their own Kool-Aid can fool themselves into thinking...

  • 100% of interest is in lenses with apertures of f1.2 or better.  I've got a good selection of fast m4/3 lenses, and of fast Fuji lenses for my Fuji kit. In the Voigtlander M-mount, the 35mm 1.2, ...
  • I'm looking at a couple of Voigtlander lens options for my m4/3 kit.  Actually, two different options - looking at a couple of Voigtlander Leica M lenses with adapters, that I can use on both the ...
  • I pay no attention to the ISO selected up to ISO 3200.  Yeah, it's a little noisy there, but relatively easy to correct, and compared to what was possible two years ago... At ISO 1600, I usually ...
  • Replied in Pack the body
    The GX7 is so small that you could put the lensless body in a corner of the briefcase or camera bag that you do NOT leave in the car.  I'd be more concerned about it in that boot in the ...
  • Thank you for this recommendation, I will definitely check it out. It must have been wonderful to have had a chance to learn from him directly. For some people his workshops aren't so wonderful, ...
  • You'll understand in less than 30 seconds why I pointed you towards Jay Maisel. http://pdnpulse.pdnonline.com/2015/01/pdn-video-jay-maisel-better-street-photographer.html https://vimeo.com/116718991
  • Check out Jay Maisel's new book, Light, Gesture, Color. I did two workshops with him and then for awhile was part of a group that met at his place monthly to show photos and critique. In his ...
  • Replied in PERFECT thanks
    I was wondering if there was some kind of setting.  This would be the first camera I have ever owned with a setting like that.  Now I'm going to make myself crazy trying to figure out why anyone ...
  • I'm with you on this in general.  I have worked insane hours, with inhumane travel schedules and massive family disgruntlement, and part of the reward I give myself for that abuse is, if I want to ...
  • Created discussions GM5 release - touchy?
    One thing making me crazy about the GM5 is how light of a touch it takes to fire the shutter.  As in, when I put my finger on the button so that I can get ready to shoot, almost all the time it ...
  • If the body was slightly bigger (based on other cameras with good EVFs, it would have added about an inch taller and wider) I wouldn't have bought it. I've used an RX100 since it came out, as my ...
  • One of my mentors was Jay Maisel and a lot of what you say sounds like what he's been teaching for years.  (although something about his bronx accent gives the advice a little more edge... ) check ...
  • if you make sure your primary and backup use the same batteries.  you should have two batteries for any camera you take with you - with cameras today, no battery means no pictures.  if you have ...
  • Look through your images.  If you have lightroom, use the filters on your image browser to show just the images from your Fuji, and then for each other camera you might have shot with, and look at ...
  • One camera is a bad sample size for sure.  My opinion comes from shooting in rain and worse with a couple dozen different cameras, and from what my friends who shoot travel and journalism have ...
  • You've heard about Murphy's Law? I've taken a lot of workshops, taught a few, and have gone on shoots to places where I knew I was unlikely to be there again for a long time, if ever.  Every ...
  • As you correctly point out, you have low odds of winning a warranty battle with a camera manufacturer about whether you over-tested the weather sealing.  But, with many years of experience behind ...
  • I'm a "compared to what" kind of guy, and whenever I see "could have done better" I think - dang, I didn't do my research well.  What other interchangeable lens camera of the same size has an ELF ...
  • I've had a few cameras without built in EVF or optical finders, and I'd really miss that about 10% of the time.  That's worse than it sounds.  I've been very good at adapting to the compromises of ...
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