halievski

halievski

Lives in Canada Toronto, Canada
Works as a freelancer
Joined on Oct 19, 2002

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  • Replied in if you..
    if you wanted a budget camera with a superior performance, then K-50 is no-brainer. Everybody suggest k5II, k5IIs, and they are both exceptionally good cameras, but unfortunately with no focus ...
  • Replied in no exception..
    Phil, I've been enjoying your posts for years and this image is no exception... very creative. To be honest, it makes me trying to replicate what you did. Very cool.. A+   BTW, itching to buy 35 f2 ...
  • Replied in did enjoy..
    So many stories in your set.., some strong images and thoughtful street photography. Did enjoy your gallery very much. Thks for sharing, would love to visit Japan one day.. regards, alex
  • Replied in there are ...
    there are 2 amazing cameras at the moment available, that are probably "the best bung for your buck" in terms of quality /speed / ergonomic in my personal opinion : Pentax K3, Olympus E-M1.  There ...
  • Replied in i like it..
    extremely well done, very cool image.. thks, alex
  • Replied in true..
    and on top of that, i'd add that K-50 has "focus peaking" capability where K5II does not. That makes working with all manual lenses a breeze... , of course we remember that K-50 has a weather ...
  • indeed.. thank you very much for your time and efforts
  • Replied in focus peaking
    "focus peaking function" was the main reason i did buy K50, its incredible in live view with my legacy primes.  RAWs virtually indistinguishable from K5 and with proper PP bring stunning results. ...
  • Replied in no..
    unless you don't have an extra $100...  I have k50 and did use K7, could not resist to buying one so cheap , just to have a body for my legacy Pentax primes that I love. K50 pros: better sensor, ...
  • your captures are like a breath of fresh air..  to my eye perfect composition and PP regards, alex
  • Replied in picturesque..
    very impressive and picturesque.. Looks the best on a big screen or print.. my favorites are 1 and 4 regards, alex
  • Replied in did you
    did you read my reply to COYQ? You can consider it as my reply to you ...just being lazy to duplicate, don't want to waste my time on such a "specialist" Your key proof is "personally doubt..?" ...
  • "We all say so, and so it must be true" here is the link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bandar-log regards, alex
  • Replied in you better
    you better post the proof how many accounts you have with DPR, when did you last time created one, and which company you associated with..Canon, Nikon.., Fuji ? People in this forum do not really ...
  • You have a special vision in this life.., your images do not require special explanation.. thank you again! regards, alex
  • Replied in Some Of...
    Actually, some of the best Hornet images I've ever seen. Congrats  Mike... A+ regards, Alex
  • beautiful catch... background kind of distracting though.. Then i've got a question.. no i'm sure its a female..? Cause usually men cut the grass.. right? regards
  • Replied in sharpness..
    the first thing i figured looking at your pics on a big screen calibrated monitor is that your sharpness setting is too high... I dont have K3, however that comes the same for all sensors. Try to ...
  • Replied in to say heated..
    heated.. i can imagine..  I saw all images the same day u posted... they were still available Very impressive characters, and your images are very impressive as well. Thanks for sharing. You are ...
  • Replied in seriously cool..
    This is seriously cool image..
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