Great work sir. That first shot is one i'd like to have do myself.
Rowbear: I'm not buying until I see an $800 price drop on the EF 50 1.8 ... so there ...
I was just joking around. I should have put a winky ;)
I'm not buying until I see an $800 price drop on the EF 50 1.8 ... so there ...
There are some realy nice pictures in this article
Joyeux Noël et bonne année de Gatineau au Québec :)
Thanks for giving us your view on this very capable camera. I'd probably get it instead of a 4/3rd considering my current lens lineup, and save a bunch of $$$ in the process.
reginalddwight: These photos are a welcome archive of days past and long forgotten.
The Stones probably don't remember much from the '60s because they were really there.
Nor the '70s, '80s, '90s....
Robin Williams once said "if you remember the '70s, you missed the whole thing :)
That Supermarine shot is just awesome. Good job :)
Thanks for a great review. The 6D looks like a very good travel companion.
Good article. Thanks
If this 180 is as good as their 150, I'll be very impressed !!!
It sure is a nice shot :)
RoelHendrickx: Thanks for the article. The result of your efforts definitely looks more interesting than the standard stitched panorama.BTW, did anyone see the publicity video that Olympus did on the first introduction of the PEN? It can be regarded as the video equivalent of this technique : hundreds of individual photos that together form a collage of an man's entire life. Great advert!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9Et7UQh1tgReally! You should check it out.Roel
Very good indeed :)
Very interesting interview.