VisionLight

VisionLight

Lives in United States Lower Hudson Valley, NY, United States
Joined on Dec 5, 2011

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  • Thanks for looking people. We're quite happy here, at least where I live, because the main part of the coastal storm did not move as far west as predicted. We did get snow, but a relative ...
  • Thanks for the update, Don. It looks like they did a really nice job on the reno. As did you, as usual, in capturing it for us. Your last image should be used to promote the view and attract more ...
  • Hey Evan, I've been watching my friend, and me thinks you will soon not get to call yourself a "newbie" anymore. Your dedication over the last month to your new equipment, whole new format and all, ...
  • Before the weather becomes too cold, my son and I move all the heavy urns filled with small flowering trees and warn climate plantings from the patio to our indoor winter garden. It's quite a bit ...
  • Murry, We're just in the beginning hours of what is expected to be a 2½ to 3 foot blizzard of snow and wind, so thanks for the little bit of color to divert us from all the white outside. You've ...
  • Replied in One
    Sueanne, I've been pondering your image for a while and I'm very drawn to it, but I'm having some difficulty in perceiving why. Maybe it's in an extension of your title, "One", signifying one's ...
  • The RAYNOX 250 comes with its own adaptor that fits on the SX50. Some people (like myself) don't like it because it is big and bulky and is a little finicky to attach with its pinch mechanism ...
  • As others above have mentioned, raw files are data only and can be manipulated anyway we want in software. Since it appears that color response is your biggest concern, remember that the raw files ...
  • Thanks for looking in Tony. It's always good to see your images as well and the continued development of your well honed "portrait" style. We are different in that my view of the world tends to be ...
  • Yes, unfortunately those who don't already have the Lensmate model are out of luck. Hopefully though for only a short period of time as some manufacturer may try to fill the void. And maybe ...
  • You'll be happy to know Mark that it does make sense, and it has to do with PPI. Since I shoot in 16:9 format, I'll use that as an example. The SX50 JPEGs have a "native" resolution of 180 PPI, so ...
  • Hi Mark. Probably because pictures aren't really meant to be viewed at 100%, but seen at a comfortable distance that blends many compromises. If one is viewing them at 100%, or 200% or even higher, ...
  • I've been waiting for you to work your magic and capture an image. Nice work. I'm not very good at astrophotography with the small cameras like you and it's been just too cold at night for me ...
  • I also remember having had a problem in not getting the ring I had ordered. :-( As you know, after placing the SX50 filter adaptor on the camera, the wide end (58 mm male connection) of the step ...
  • Thanks for the clarification. Although my statement you quoted above is still perfectly correct, I should have edited out the "digital" reference from a couple further sentences as I did in fact ...
  • Here's a little background about your FD lens and adaptor. The FD lenses were designed for Canon's film cameras, not the newer digital models. All cameras have what is called a flange distance. On ...
  • Replied in DNG and RAW
    Although I can not answer all your questions, mainly because I do not have a camera with a raw format not supported in ACR, I will try to help with what I have. Taking a straight out of camera ...
  • In not taking your narrow minded, shall we call it "scientific" approach, the benefit to me is the nuance evident in my photography. Also the change in the way my students suddenly produce better ...
  • Having taken the time to read all your "actually" statements, I see too much in semantics with no real benefit other than for the sake of arguing. Of course the perceptions/realities of ...
  • Yes, the spring load does work well, although it's a bit finicky in squeezing it tight enough to fit the lens ring (maybe this gets better with time). With this in mind and that it's just too big ...
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