Just ha ha ha
There is a big difference between 'food photography' and shots of bits of kitchen stuff and parts of food and chickens. Yes these are pleasing images, but food photography it is not.
A great man who did a horrible job brilliantly. Had it not been for him and his like war would not have been portrayed as terrible as it is to the general public. They did/do us a great service.
greypixelz: sad he had to reach this age in order to understand that suffering and horror is not 'photojournalism' or 'the public's right to be informed'.there is such a thing as human dignity and dying is part of it. photographing death or any kind of suffering for public display is undignified and disqualifies the photographer as a human being. man should be immortalized on the highest peaks, not the deepest of valleys. this whole culture of decay and death is satanic in nature and goes against what man really is. the spirit of humanity is about rising from the abyss, not falling in it.God bless you all!
If it weren't for brave people like McCullin the horrors of the Vietnam war and others would never have been seen by the public and corrupt governments could have carried on as they wished. You are an idiot greypixelz
These are such sweet, innocent shots the technical skill gets lost, but it's there in spades.
Wonderful evocative stuff and for me anyway a way of showing what childhood should be like, outdoors in the fresh air with animals, not inside a stuffy room on an xbox.
Very effective, like it
I'm surprised and disappointed Adobe are persisting with this daft way of fleecing and turning away customers. I assume this 'offer' means no-one is being stupid enough to sign up.
At least I hope they aren't.
bigdaddave: Yes I'm sure it's very nice and fun to use, but even that one picture of the dark haired woman shows the camera's severe limitation, a fixed semi-wideangle. It's nowhere near the best focal length for that shot and is already distorting her image
Quite how you can all blub over a camera with such limitation in 2013 is beyond me.
Who said a dslr?
My G1X will spit on this for versatility AND image quality in RAW, plus it's FAR cheaper and not stuck with one focal length.
Yes, which is why having a camera with such limited options is a bit ridiculous, it isn't 1955, superb fast zoom lenses and high ISO media exist, why hamstring yourself with something so limiting?
Yes I'm sure it's very nice and fun to use, but even that one picture of the dark haired woman shows the camera's severe limitation, a fixed semi-wideangle. It's nowhere near the best focal length for that shot and is already distorting her image
A lovely bit of fun, but I hope this isn't being taken seriously as an 'artistic' project
Nice & retro but it does show Nikon is stuck in the past and OH so expensive for what it does. A camera for Leica lovers
bigdaddave: Beautiful shot, but stuffed full of chromatic abberations
You can get rid of the abberations in Lightroom or similar, it would be worth it for such a good shot
Beautiful shot, but stuffed full of chromatic abberations
Well at least it isn't attached to a phone
Nice shot, but maybe a bit lacking in mood or drama?
Great image, love it!
A wideangle lens and Photomatix. Big deal.
They might be good but boy are they ugly