Poss

Poss

Lives in Canada Richmond Hill, Canada
Has a website at www.studiosolaris.com/blog
Joined on Dec 6, 2002

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Poss: There is a story of despair and madness behind every single one of these. The kind of despair that makes one light them and hurl them over the barricades at someone who’s not only better equipped but also ready to use that equipment as brutally as possible.

All of those negative comments here are made by people who never experienced this kind of despair, the feeling of being backed in one miserable corner for too long to see any other exit but violent action by any means necessary.

Perhaps DPR should turn off comments on postings like these, like they did with the WTD ones.

Just my two cents...

Perhaps you are right :-)

Direct link | Posted on Mar 29, 2014 at 02:14 UTC
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Poss: There is a story of despair and madness behind every single one of these. The kind of despair that makes one light them and hurl them over the barricades at someone who’s not only better equipped but also ready to use that equipment as brutally as possible.

All of those negative comments here are made by people who never experienced this kind of despair, the feeling of being backed in one miserable corner for too long to see any other exit but violent action by any means necessary.

Perhaps DPR should turn off comments on postings like these, like they did with the WTD ones.

Just my two cents...

You’re not making an ounce of sense Martyr83… sorry…
When people around you are killed by security police in what was supposed to be a peaceful protest, your perspective on the world changes. There’s no way out. I was lucky to live thru this experience. The only handlers were the ones handling AK 47s right in front of us. So I speak from experience. Are you?

Direct link | Posted on Mar 24, 2014 at 22:35 UTC
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Poss: There is a story of despair and madness behind every single one of these. The kind of despair that makes one light them and hurl them over the barricades at someone who’s not only better equipped but also ready to use that equipment as brutally as possible.

All of those negative comments here are made by people who never experienced this kind of despair, the feeling of being backed in one miserable corner for too long to see any other exit but violent action by any means necessary.

Perhaps DPR should turn off comments on postings like these, like they did with the WTD ones.

Just my two cents...

Huh?

Direct link | Posted on Mar 24, 2014 at 21:25 UTC
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Poss: There is a story of despair and madness behind every single one of these. The kind of despair that makes one light them and hurl them over the barricades at someone who’s not only better equipped but also ready to use that equipment as brutally as possible.

All of those negative comments here are made by people who never experienced this kind of despair, the feeling of being backed in one miserable corner for too long to see any other exit but violent action by any means necessary.

Perhaps DPR should turn off comments on postings like these, like they did with the WTD ones.

Just my two cents...

Don’t think so… did we?

Direct link | Posted on Mar 24, 2014 at 10:59 UTC

There is a story of despair and madness behind every single one of these. The kind of despair that makes one light them and hurl them over the barricades at someone who’s not only better equipped but also ready to use that equipment as brutally as possible.

All of those negative comments here are made by people who never experienced this kind of despair, the feeling of being backed in one miserable corner for too long to see any other exit but violent action by any means necessary.

Perhaps DPR should turn off comments on postings like these, like they did with the WTD ones.

Just my two cents...

Direct link | Posted on Mar 22, 2014 at 15:05 UTC as 13th comment | 7 replies
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Marksphoto: can we get instructions on how to make these in Canada from local bottles?

Avoid Coors Light Aluminium bottles as they don’t shatter on impact…
Don’t forget to add a slice of lime if Corona bottles are used.

Direct link | Posted on Mar 22, 2014 at 14:50 UTC

Can’t wait for the new enthusiast level Aston Martin...

Direct link | Posted on Feb 5, 2014 at 04:22 UTC as 49th comment | 3 replies
On Nikon Df preview (2817 comments in total)
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spiderhunter: I was hoping that someone who have tried out this camera for action photography would tell me how good is the AF for tracking purposes, like for fasting moving subjects ( like cheetahs or eagles) coming towards or moving away from the camera.

It’s very likely close to the D600/610 in AF capability… Nikon might try to tweak the algorithms a bit but the result will be pretty similar I would think...

Direct link | Posted on Nov 9, 2013 at 17:37 UTC
On Nikon Df preview (2817 comments in total)

Funny how this camera is referred as something for the “flush old geezers” to buy… Are those the same geezers who had their life savings wiped off at the start of the current economic crisis?

Direct link | Posted on Nov 9, 2013 at 16:11 UTC as 188th comment
On Retro Nikon 'DF' emerges from the shadows article (1396 comments in total)
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Poss: D610 in FE2 clothes?

Actually to be honest, it looks more like an F4...

Direct link | Posted on Nov 2, 2013 at 02:52 UTC
On Retro Nikon 'DF' emerges from the shadows article (1396 comments in total)
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Poss: D610 in FE2 clothes?

I have an F3… but this looks more like an FM/FE2 (I have an FE2 as well)

Direct link | Posted on Nov 2, 2013 at 02:44 UTC
On Retro Nikon 'DF' emerges from the shadows article (1396 comments in total)

D610 in FE2 clothes?

Direct link | Posted on Nov 1, 2013 at 22:17 UTC as 312th comment | 6 replies
On Nikon video hints at long-desired 'digital FM' article (552 comments in total)

I would not mind a digital FF FM2/FE2 type camera… My FE2 had ALL the controls I ever needed...

Direct link | Posted on Oct 25, 2013 at 23:25 UTC as 147th comment
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Woodlink: As a company purportedly built on the crossroads of technology and the humanities, Apple sure knows how to drag its feet updating a "pro" product like Aperture.

If the photographic arts AREN'T the epitome of a discipline squarely in that crossroad, I dunno what is.

How Apple cannot build a product that can match or exceed Lightroom is beyond me. Too busy raking in royalties from Angry Birds I suppose.

Those Pros you’re dismissing so easily are one of the reason why Apple did not go under in mid ‘90s. They are the reason Apple still exists today.

A nod to those old geesers every year or so would not be too much to ask given the size and resources of the biggest tech company on the planet.

Consumers are an unreliable, bitchy bunch. They could (and did so in many occasions) move onto the next shining dangling thing in front of them, especially if it’s a buck less…

Direct link | Posted on Oct 24, 2013 at 02:44 UTC
On Sony Alpha A7 / A7R preview (2372 comments in total)

I wonder how a 35mm Sigma would fare on one of those puppies...

Direct link | Posted on Oct 19, 2013 at 00:20 UTC as 330th comment
On Sony Alpha A7 / A7R preview (2372 comments in total)
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Neodp: Where's Nikon?

Formula: (Dear Nikon),

Mirror-less, FULL FRAME (and APS-C), rangefinder-like version, improving on the D610.

Superb EVF. (Side or flash hump; preferably side with little protrusion. )

Best AF-C phase detect (Nikon 1 did it).

*ALL* the other photographic benefits, TOGETHER.

...and now for the real idea:

INCLUDED F-MOUNT ADAPTER; that fills the greater flange-back space (where the mirror was), *and* offers a full electronic, pass through; for all capable F-mount lenses!

This takes the stress out of creating new Nikkor lenses. (They made those Nikon 1 lenses; didn't they)

With that, included adapter+, you could adapt almost any type lens (full backwards compatibility); and it would not demote Nikon's F-mount, high quality, lenses; including their excellent per value, priced lenses. You could still use a pancake (adapted too); for street setup; for one example. Some of the aftermarket adapters (to other systems) are small. You may even be able to run Leica lenses.

I like dreaming too... :-)
Would be nice if it would become true at some point, especially for fools like me who are heavily invested in Nikkor and Sigma glass...

Direct link | Posted on Oct 19, 2013 at 00:18 UTC

I wonder when Nikon will update the firmware on my D3s...
Soon I hope... soon indeed... yes...

Direct link | Posted on Oct 19, 2013 at 00:12 UTC as 57th comment | 4 replies
On Sony Alpha A7 / A7R preview (2372 comments in total)

I think the first casualty will be Leica and not Canon/ Nikon. Leica becomes now even more of a luxury fashion accessory like a Patek Philippe or a Zonda.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 17, 2013 at 02:06 UTC as 414th comment | 3 replies
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rallyfan: Two options. A street photographer is

(A) a pretentious tourist
(B) really creepy

They're not mutually exclusive. For shame. Get help.

Two options. A rally fan is:

(A) a pretentious outdoorsy motorsport fan with no life.
(B) really suicidal for staying in the path of fast moving vehicles

They're not mutually exclusive. For shame. Get help.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 12, 2013 at 14:21 UTC
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jdc562: All these images would deserve derisive critiques in today's photo forums. Nearly all these photos violate the Rule of Thirds. Cindy Sherman's shot #96 is mangled: one shoulder is cut into, the other arm is incomplete, and the top of of the girls' head is chopped off--very sloppy framing. Gursky's horizon in the L.A. shot isn't level. His Rhein II shot is soft. Both Steichen's and Prince's images have unacceptable levels of noise--they shouldn't bother us with their images until they've learned more about exposure, ISO, and photo processing. In addition, Prince's composition would have been much better if the cowboy were riding into the frame, not out of it. The images in the Gilbert & George piece are all too soft and badly exposed. I hope these photographers haven't quit their day jobs thinking they might have a future in photography.

Oy vey! This whole "mini thread" was actually entertaining to go through... :-)

Direct link | Posted on Jul 27, 2013 at 16:14 UTC
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