Joriarty

Joriarty

Lives in New Zealand (Aotearoa) New Zealand (Aotearoa)
Joined on Nov 12, 2010

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  • Commented on Astro photography challenge

    Why is EXIF data required? Do you purposefully mean to restrict submissions to images taken with consumer-level cameras? Monochrome CCDs that are made for astronomical imaging don't usually do EXIF.

  • Commented on Loneliness challenge

    New entrants: please take care with your submissions. I have disqualified more entries than I would like to – it can be hard to draw a line – but the emotion of loneliness or isolation should be...

  • Commented on Loneliness challenge

    New entrants: please take care with your submissions. I have disqualified more entries than I would like to – it can be hard to draw a line – but the emotion of loneliness or isolation should be...

  • Commented on Loneliness challenge

    Indeed. I have disqualified a number of images which (trying not to be too subjective) do not *evoke feelings of loneliness or isolation*. If a viewer is unlikely to get these feelings, then the...

  • Commented on Loneliness challenge

    Indeed. I have disqualified a number of images which (trying not to be too subjective) do not *evoke feelings of loneliness or isolation*. If a viewer is unlikely to get these feelings, then the...

  • Commented on Loneliness challenge

    Yes. Any subject, animate or inanimate, is acceptable.

  • Commented on Loneliness challenge

    Yes. Any subject, animate or inanimate, is acceptable. Maybe it will be difficult to make me feel alone or isolated with a living subject, but I see no reason to disallow anything!

  • Commented on Loneliness challenge

    Yes. Any subject, animate or inanimate, is acceptable. Maybe it will be difficult to make me feel alone or isolated without a living subject, but I see no reason to disallow anything!

  • Commented on Loneliness challenge

    Yes. There MAY be human subjects, but it is not necessary.

  • Submitted a challenge entry Up above the clouds
    The view of Tenerife from La Palma, Canary Islands
    Placed 61st in the challenge. The view of Tenerife from La Palma, Canary Islands
  • No*.

    *this answer may or may not be a paradox.

  • Meh. Until computers and internet connections get faster, I'll take the super-sharp, down-sampled 1080p of the RX10 over Bayer-interpolated 4K.

    A bit off-topic, but you see that W.M.D. logo on the...

  • It was a joke...

  • Ah, I see it... if I squint so hard that I fart and pretend those few white pixels are a lightning bolt.

    Well, more fool me for giving Canon the benefit of the doubt.

  • Ah, I see it... if I squint so hard that I fart and pretend those few white pixels are a lightning bolt.

    Well, more fool me for giving Canon the benefit of the doubt.

  • Where are you folks getting the idea that there's no EVF? You can't tell that from the front view! That could be a pop-up EVF on the top there, like the RX100 III. Way to jump to conclusions.

  • @PLShutterbug

    Yes and no. I think almost everyone "knows what a JPG is" in the sense that they know that a jpeg is a photo file.

    What most people don't understand is the technical details - that...

  • My 750 euro X-E1 + 18-55mm and 50-230mm kit respectfully disagrees. Sure it doesn't have the raw speed or specs of the Sony. But the image quality and colours are amazing and the manual controls...

  • "...not intended to be judged against other cameras..."

    Stop comparing it to other cameras, folks. They don't want everyone else to make them look bad.

    "The expanded functionality also includes a...

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