eyeport

eyeport

Lives in New Zealand (Aotearoa) Auckland, New Zealand (Aotearoa)
Works as a Photographer
Has a website at www.creationheart.com
Joined on Oct 29, 2007
About me:

Passion, Vision and Inspiration.

Comments

Total: 13, showing: 1 – 13
On Behind the Shot: Dali's Dream article (101 comments in total)
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Tomaz Ovcak: That one is much much better.

http://www.squiver.com/galleries/special-namibia/namibia-03/

That is so true. That photo opens your imagination.

Direct link | Posted on Dec 8, 2014 at 22:22 UTC
On Behind the Shot: Dali's Dream article (101 comments in total)
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eyeport: Let me summarize...

This is one of the most popular subjects shown on DPR. I wonder what's so special about this ghost town house? Sand in the house with a bit of sunlight shining through...we've probably seen similar angle and similar HDR technique about a thousand times that it feels like vacation photos to me now.

One other frequent top on DPR is how to photograph and process iceberg in iceland!

Would like to see more unique subjects and fresh perspectives.

@Barney, thanks for pointing out. As a frequent reader of DPR it gave me the impression that I've seen such topic multiple times (in fact it could be just that one other time). That said, this is truly a popular if not most photographed house I have seen.

I look forward to seeing more featured articles with creative subjects and BTS.

Direct link | Posted on Dec 8, 2014 at 22:18 UTC
On Behind the Shot: Dali's Dream article (101 comments in total)
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eyeport: Let me summarize...

This is one of the most popular subjects shown on DPR. I wonder what's so special about this ghost town house? Sand in the house with a bit of sunlight shining through...we've probably seen similar angle and similar HDR technique about a thousand times that it feels like vacation photos to me now.

One other frequent top on DPR is how to photograph and process iceberg in iceland!

Would like to see more unique subjects and fresh perspectives.

@ShelNf, for me there are a lot of ways you could achieve HDR effects - pulling shadow details, take multiple exposures, brushing, layer and masking...basically anything without the use of fill light but enhance dynamic range digitally. Nowadays many of us all like to pull shadows here or there to increase the dynamic range, it's just whether you like to do it more or less. The examples shown about admittedly has quite a natural looks however its still photoshoped. I'd be far more interested to see how a photographer has gone out his way to capture a scene in camera at the first place.

Direct link | Posted on Dec 8, 2014 at 22:13 UTC
On Behind the Shot: Dali's Dream article (101 comments in total)

Let me summarize...

This is one of the most popular subjects shown on DPR. I wonder what's so special about this ghost town house? Sand in the house with a bit of sunlight shining through...we've probably seen similar angle and similar HDR technique about a thousand times that it feels like vacation photos to me now.

One other frequent top on DPR is how to photograph and process iceberg in iceland!

Would like to see more unique subjects and fresh perspectives.

Direct link | Posted on Dec 7, 2014 at 22:15 UTC as 18th comment | 5 replies
On Canon EOS 7D Mark II: Real-world samples (beta) article (268 comments in total)

i actually am quite happy with the IQ based on these sample photos. my 1dx might do a bit better but given the 1.6x crop factor, 7D2 is a killer camera for sports and wildlife.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 30, 2014 at 08:40 UTC as 48th comment
On Phase One announces IQ250 50MP CMOS medium format back article (197 comments in total)

Exciting MF times!

Direct link | Posted on Jan 24, 2014 at 13:32 UTC as 58th comment
On Award-winning wildlife photos capture candid moments article (46 comments in total)

Some of the shots are amazing. The spider and bird shot really made me pause, wondering what would the fate of the trapped bird be over the next minute.

As for the owl shot, I always feel photographer has used some alluring techniques. :P

Direct link | Posted on Nov 10, 2013 at 23:59 UTC as 13th comment
On Canon updates firmware for EOS-1D X and EOS-1D C article (34 comments in total)

Canon please fix my 1Dx, it's been sitting with you guys for a month and you are telling me it's still waiting for parts. How disappointing! And the fact that a top of the line camera just died for no reason is just as shocking.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 22, 2013 at 21:28 UTC as 16th comment

All the changes and improvements seem really cool and got me excited. Will return to Apple when I get my next iphone. Mac Pro looks very awesome.

Direct link | Posted on Jun 11, 2013 at 00:15 UTC as 24th comment
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Ganondorf: Is image stabilization even relevant on these lenses, I mean who's gonna shoot this handheld?

But even with tripod IS is still very useful on such long lens.

Direct link | Posted on May 15, 2013 at 07:59 UTC

How exciting! Would be wonderful if this was for the whole world. ^^

Direct link | Posted on Jun 21, 2012 at 01:22 UTC as 42nd comment | 3 replies
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Petka: a) Camera is brand new, and now already Canon has to fix problems. How can they let unfinished products get to the market? Canon is on the decline, seriously!

b) Great service, Canon! even the small details are immediately fixed and new products accommodated in firmware, pronto! I hope other companies were as good! Future looks great!

(just trying to cover all angles and save much unnecessary postings...)

Such a funny comment Petka! Covering all angles.. hahaha

Direct link | Posted on Jun 20, 2012 at 13:08 UTC
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raincoat: Why does it need firmware just to support a lens?

hiya, not sure really why. If it's because 40mm is a new lens then all other cameras like 5dmk2 would all need firmware updates! LOL

Direct link | Posted on Jun 20, 2012 at 13:01 UTC
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