I wish I still took pictures for fun...
(unknown member): I agree with everyone else who said: 1) never knew he existed; 2) still don't care he existed; 3) very angry, and very little to do with photography; 4) DPR has degraded their own reputation by saying anything about this hateful person.
Errrr....ever heard of humor?
Most certainly one of the greatest photography blogs of all time.
And this is why I switched to LR a month ago...
i tired it in store the other day - felt great in my hands, and the touch interface seemed to work well.
don't know why i would get this when i could get the eos M + 22 f2 for less money...and still stuck with an S100.
AshMills: Why isnt this in Connect?
because its about photography
It's funny how far the S-series has fallen from grace. The S90 was the hottest thing around when it was released!
CameraLabTester: The odds to make money from your photos are overwhelmingly stacked against your tiny image contribution...
Unless you have the rare photo of a UFO mother ship returning Richard Dreyfus to his mashed potato mountain, which will then earn you millions of dollars in paparazzi royalties.
I'm pulling in about $100 per month on average from Getty. And other than my initial submission, I'm not doing a darn thing. One month I pulled in $800+. So obviously some people, myself included, are making money.
shaocaholica: Why would you want this over the Sigma 18-250?
at vibrio: convenience and versatility. duh...
tkbslc: This comments section always brings out the bitter and angry people.
Why would anyone taint their DSLR with such horrible glass?My guess is to make pictures like these: http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=18-200mm&ss=1&s=int
because some people care about pictures and not pixel peeping...
any good photographer can make great photos with a lens like this.