Lives in United States Tualatin, United States
Works as a Electrical Engineer
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About me:

My wife has a D7000 with the 18-200 VR. I bought my (adult) daughter a D60
with the 18-55 VR and 55-200 VR, and my (adult) son has my old D70, 18-70,
a Sigma 10-20, and my old Sigma 70-300 APO.

Film - Used to shoot with Minolta SRT102 with three prime lenses and a
teleconverter (and had a garbage K-Mart telephoto zoom). 20 year old Pentax
P&S when weight was a concern.

Computer Gear -- All Apple: iMacs, MacBooks, Minis (including one server)


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If it isn't *amazingly* good it won't stand a chance at that price. I'd call this one a disappointment after some of the other Samyang lenses.

Direct link | Posted on Apr 2, 2015 at 21:27 UTC as 41st comment | 6 replies
On HDR for the Rest of Us article (199 comments in total)

I can sure feel the HDR hate in many of these comments. I think Rick Sammon did a great job in this article and kept tone mapping under control. My only complaint about the images is they are over-saturated. I've spent many years taking picture on the Oregon coast and have never seen things quite so vibrant!

I'd also have liked to see HDR and Tone Mapping differentiated. The sins are almost always with the latter.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 29, 2012 at 15:05 UTC as 25th comment
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