Marla: I just purchased (local store) a copy of PSElements. Am I correct in assuming uploading and using this on my pc will not be a problem if I do not register it. Correct?
Thanks to Freedomlover & Guinness..
Just one more question...since I'm somewhat "technically challenged." I purchased my laptop about one year ago. It came with Adobe Reader....and I've been getting reminders to upgrade Adobe Flash. I use the original password that I set it up with only to get into my computer when I turn it on. Any chance Adobe has access to the PW or other info on my computer? Also is it safe to upgrade if I don't have to register it? Thanks again!
I just purchased (local store) a copy of PSElements. Am I correct in assuming uploading and using this on my pc will not be a problem if I do not register it. Correct?
Stealthy Ninja: I don't think anyone is going to do much of a critique on his work.
I'll just say, it's nice he has a way of communicating. :)
Thank you for posting this story. I had purchased a p&s camera for a young lady who has autism. Photography is not just a way of communication, but it opens up a whole new world. My little friend has always been aware of the beauty in nature, and now she can capture it. This in itself gives her confidence - and is a source of joy (and fun) in her life.
audijam: $39.99 @ Walmart? If so....maybe
$39 at B&H
Rupert Bottomsworth: It's great to see DPR spending their time reviewing the really important stuff.
Using this lens with some of the art filters might be similar to playing with a $200-$400 lensbaby for some.
I found the review interesting and fun. Thanks!
Actually some of the photos look better than I would have expected.
StyleZ7: Ok, would love to see something similar from Canon, for example.For 60$ it would be a good body-cap alternative.
It's $39 until July 13 at B&H.....regular price is $49....
Awesome....great story and new to me.
I was away when the changes took place. So I'm just learning how to navigate around the new changes.
I can't upload photos from my Smugmug albums. I've been doing it the same way for years. Now when I attempt to upload a photo, the photo does not show up - just the link to the photo on Smugmug.
What am I doing wrong?
Mel Brown: I wish you would drop the once-trendy format of white-on-black text. It glares and is harder to read than its complement. I will change my mind if you can show me anyone who prints with white ink on black paper...
I find the white on black glaring also. However, the blue that is used above is even more glaring.
Gorgeous! The lighting is fantastic. I used to own this camera and lens!
photocine: We already have such a device. It's called all the IPhone. Also available in other flavors based on Android and such.
Check it out!
Just a comment - on a more personal note.
I am getting old, I guess, but I prefer life a bit more simple. Yes, I own a computer, tablet, cellphone, camera, and a few other gadgets. And I make good use of all of the above.
However, my favorite days are those when I take my camera (Olympus E-P3 - just a camera) and a few lenses, and spend the day in a quiet place in nature - with no interruptions - leaving all the other gadgets and "noise" at home.
I can live without more connectivity, the bells and whistles and the complexity it brings to my quieter life. Having said that, I realize I am far outnumbered here; and admittedly a bit "behind the times" in keeping up with the faster pace of the digital world. It's a matter of preference.
I love Walker Evans Photography - I have a copy of one of his books. Thank you for the article. Walker Evans is also a reminder to me of the power of the "subject" vs perfection within the frame.
Stunning! Perfect image for the description. Well deserved first place. Probably the best b&w image I've seen done with digital.
reginalddwight: Long overdue, DPR. Better late than never. :-)
Thank you DPR! Thanks Simon et al. You've done a great job here - and lots of exciting additions and positive changes to look forward to.
The only negative for me is that I will have to find a way to keep myself from staying around all day. :-)
You can see more on their website.....including an article, video and some more images to play with.
Simon Joinson: And here's a comment to get you started!
Hey there Simon...........this is cool. BTW, thanks for you and all on dpreview for your hard work - and some nice surprises.
Wow! What a beautiful image! I love this. Such a great capture - and so well done! The lighting is perfect - and it is sharp and detailed. Glad I persevered in checking these images out! This was well worth finding.
Maria (Marla from Oly Talk and M4/3 forums)
What a beautiful shot! It put a smile on my face and gives me the inspiration to work harder.
Congratulations! Well deserved.