any body remember the" old gray wistle test"
WOU! you may not be lucky to have taken the the shot but you are verry fortunate IT'S BRILENTFANTASTICand i an jelose
That IS class...!
well donne cracking pick votes are jokes the pic deserves a better ranking
i love it, what is the problem with the voters ?
stuning grate inage desserves better well done
splindid grate shot keep going from strength to strength
it should have beem first grate pik
shame on the voters i think is brill weell done
grate shot well done but not enough rinkiles for the voters @ dpr
grate pic shold have got moore votes some of the results in theas compertitions are strange keep up the good work
I think it brill and deserved a much higher ranking its sad thear are to many pixil pickers keep telling storys with grate images
Awesome cool bag!!! protecting your gear in an expansive bag. I note from the pictures lens caps are unnecessary ,awesome or what??? lol.
mike kobal: there is no such thing as sh*tty light - only enough or not enough at good or bad angles ;)
THIS IS AN AMAZON REMEMBER!!!
seames licke another good reason not to subscribe to CC ;=)
sportyaccordy: I dont see the problem. *If you are actually buying the software and keeping up with updates,* this new subscription deal will be cheaper in the long run ($600/yr vs $1200/yr for each new version of CS). Plus it pretty much nukes any compatibility issues. If you go for a year subscription you won't have a monthly bill anyway- just 1 annual bill, which would be half of what you would be paying for the offline version. Plus I am not sure what the deal is with the old software but I imagine they would keep selling it for people who don't want to commit. When you run the numbers, it works out better, *for people who actually buy the products.*
Something tells me much of the bellyaching is coming from people who have never given a dime to Adobe, or can't do basic math. Either way I am sure Adobe won't miss your Bittorrent downloads. It's a great business move and an indicator of things to come.
aston tate and dbace & lotus 123 all fell down for shear holders i hope it by by adobe or should that sell sell?
Marques Lamont: $49.99 USD per month for 12 months is not bad. It's like renting software.
It's $12.50 per week. That's the same as eating McDonalds twice a week.
This is just to eliminate piracy. I don't think it's a bad thing, as piracy almost KILLED the design industry.
i dont like the idea of being force feed 2 Mc dos every week its bad for your health!
I like yorshot and think the voting dose not reflect the value.If I had taken the pic my self I may have tryed a square crop but that just me.
wonderful pics but a difrent story in the Guardan for example all the photographs where taken with a Nikcon F3 " so never let the facts spoile a good story". Thanks for the introduction to this fasinating body of woork
Ken Johnes: how do this kind of JUNK get to DPR?.
look at all the equipment he uses and look at the photos, they look like it came from someones mobilephone.
" rigged up with two studio strobes and twin 4000W gas-powered generators " my A*s*s . 2 speedlights on TTL mode might have atleast given him better exposure.and spared us some useless background info .
no wonder he explains that rigging up is the most fun part,with these kind of results that should be true ;-)) what´s next Smarty? 2x M16s to make those poor subjects look more scared?
I heard Digital Photography Review had changed it name to reflect it content to Digital PReview as as previews are quicker