I don't see it in CC app yet and when you go here - https://www.adobe.com/products/photoshop-lightroom.html?promoid=KLXLX -it promotes Lightroom CC on the page, but the download link still takes you to LR 5.
Anyone manage to get it?
Virvatulet: Many seem to support the idea that one could arbitrarily dictate what others can do in public places. Using a public space inherently conveys an accord on limited privacy; the very prospect to be heard, seen and remembered by others.
As long as no physical change is forced on one's personal proximity, there really is nothing what one should do about other's freedom to choose how they use the immediate free space of theirs.
Passively collecting stray photons with a camera can not be objectively seen as excessive behaviour. It's also vital to remember to separate photographing from publishing (legislation variant). What can be legally seen shall be legally photographed (a priori), regardless of the circumstances affecting lawful publishing.
The ladies in the picture exercised their right to choose how they want to be seen and remembered when they use public space. Not willing to give even a split-second moment of their day to the memories of a gentleman randomly crossing their path.
That's deep. I want some of what you're smoking.
WayneHuangPhoto: $3,400? Wow. I'll just get a Samyang when they release their own FF UWA prime.
I'm aware of the 14mm Samyang. What they don't have is a rectilinear 11mm or 12mm prime, but I do see that coming as they already make them for mirrorless formats (a 10mm and 12mm)
$3,400? Wow. I'll just get a Samyang when they release their own FF UWA prime.
WayneHuangPhoto: The ISO specs on these new bodies are a disappointment. Give it a brand new 50 mp sensor, but handicap the ISO range for the sake of market segmentation (i.e. not encroaching on 5D MKIII territory), and sell it as a specialist's camera for portrait and landscape. I'm not a Canon hater. I shoot Canon myself and have invested a lot into their system, but I will not be upgrading for this reason.
Admittedly it is a luxury these days to have 6400+ ISO that can produce images that are still of usable quality, but this is what the current market expects of a dslr at this price range. This is why we have cameras like the 5D mkIII or the Nikon D750/810. While I don't disagree that portrait/landscape is a huge potential market, I still think handicapping the camera so that it, for example, lacks flexibility in capturing night time and milky way landscapes, makes no sense.
The ISO specs on these new bodies are a disappointment. Give it a brand new 50 mp sensor, but handicap the ISO range for the sake of market segmentation (i.e. not encroaching on 5D MKIII territory), and sell it as a specialist's camera for portrait and landscape. I'm not a Canon hater. I shoot Canon myself and have invested a lot into their system, but I will not be upgrading for this reason.
Market over-saturation, higher overall quality in dslrs resulting in consumers hanging onto their cameras longer, and declining consumer demand.
WayneHuangPhoto: I'm seriously considering selling all my Canon lenses and my old 5D mkI to finance the purchase of a D750 and one really good super wide angle lens. What do you all think?
@Dougbm_2I got the Rokinon/Samyang 12mm f/2 for my Fuji X-E2 recently and have been thoroughly impressed by the sharpness and overall IQ even wide open. If their Nikon mount (at f2.8) is as good, that along with another less-wide prime is a more cost-effective option that doesn't sacrifice IQ.
Which Nikon official will commit seppuku over this blunder?
@BarnET Thanks for the suggestion, but I've read/seen that the autofocus with metabones adapter slows down AF a lot. A deal-breaker for me.
I'm seriously considering selling all my Canon lenses and my old 5D mkI to finance the purchase of a D750 and one really good super wide angle lens. What do you all think?
Wow so many judgmental a-holes here!
Some good shots here, but I also do see a lot of people behind cameras too shy to get up close in someone's face, which is to say there is a lot of 'sameness' to the voyeuristic/candid approach of photographing a subject unaware.
Everyone here knows everything about cameras and the camera industry, and has a valid opinion based on facts and observation, rather than blind brand loyalty or fanboy bias.
JEROME NOLAS: I am just waiting when Fuji drops the "retro look...."
You call it retro, other people call it going back to the basics of camera form and function.
Svetoslav Popov: This is really pointless, because it doesn't have anything that warrant the use of this technique. On quick glance, everything could've been made with normal filming tech. Exept the skateboarder and the doves. But the pans are so fast that you can't really see the parallax changing in the motion freeze. A waste of resources.
[EDIT] Note to myself: pigeons =|= doves, duhh...
How about experimenting with something that's never been done before, as a point and purpose in itself? I am sure the people who came up with this concept are self-critical and intelligent enough to see that there is room for improvement.
balios: Sneaky. They've split the images into a checker-board pattern. A right-click save-as only gets you a tiny portion of the image. Adding to my Monet desktop backgrounds is going to take some work...
Not sneaky. It's designed this way to load and navigate around the entire image faster than a jpg, and to have the best appearance at any zoom level.
The future is sensors that can 'see' in almost complete darkness, not this gimmick. It's cool, but I don't think consumers care as much.
Hipster Camera Strap