lilBuddha

lilBuddha

Joined on Feb 18, 2013

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  • So much for despising rudeness, yes? Never shot a back-lit scene? They need two exposures to capture what your eye sees. Yes, you can do an in-camera HDR, but this is still allowing someone else' ...
  • This is not an accurate statement. No matter how you adjust, the sensor is limited to what it will output. Photography is not reality. It really isn't. But, even should some wish to recreate a ...
  • Depends on what quality one is referring to. And whether or not RAW files or multiple exposures are used. There is no shame in any method, other than theft. What feeling might that be? I mean no ...
  • Truly, it is a matter of which one has the features and accessories you want. Most mirrorless, especially 1" sensor or larger, will produce terrific images, so it is truly about which appeals to ...
  • My intent is not to discuss whether one is better than the other, but why people think one or the other is better. SOOC is a concept new to photography with the advent of digital cameras. It is ...
  • Hmmm. Let us back up a moment. I will oversimplify the following statements for clarity. You seem to be saying "Simple is best". My reply is "Not in every case". You say "Photoshop is evil and ...
  • Invoking the silent majority? Whatever does this mean? Your argument seems to be "I need nothing more than a simple SOOC .jpg, therefore nothing else is necessary for anyone competent." My SIMPLE ...
  • I think the argument of Film v. digital, simple v. complex, Luddite v. technophiles is missing the point. However one gets the image they wish to achieve is valid. And there is no one method that ...
  • The G1XMII allows close focusing when the camera is zoomed out to 24mm. So, it does not really do macro photography without an adapter. Also rather depends on what you mean by "small". If you are ...
  • In terms of the comparative resolution of the final image, I understand your point. But Macro is not a definition which relies on the quality of the resultant image. You may think the discussion to ...
  • I fail to see how a word's true definition is either stupid or self-serving. Manufacturers' marketing has robbed the word of any real meaning. It now appears to mean the setting at which the ...
  • OK, I like the closer focusing of the Mark II, it is very helpful compared to the Mark I. But neither offers anything near true Macro without an adapter. The 250D is brilliant within its ...
  • In my subjective comparisons, the 11-22 stacks up nicely with my Canon 17-40, my go to landscape lens. The 11-22 on an APS-C is nearly identical to the 17-40 on a full frame The tech comparisons ...
  • Good point, hadn't considered that.
  • This will be my last installment in this tangent, I think. Please forgive my tone, I am not attempting to be belligerent or argumentative. You are giving the definition of the standards you would ...
  • I do not know the difference in efficacy, in percentage of decibels, between the hard and the soft. However, the soft are not allowed on film or television sets. A professional photographer merely ...
  • The Canon grip, included UK optional US, is better than the standard US grip. However, I do wish it were wider. The G1X M1 grip is not as deep, but extends towards the lens more. I felt it to be a ...
  • Blimps are not cheap. They cost as much as a good lens, so if the photog does not make a significant amount shooting plays, it may not be worth the investment. Same with a silent shutter camera, ...
  • OK, so I went back and reviewed a few more images. One was at 800, a couple at 1000 and the rest at 3200, 4000, 8000, 64000 , etc. So, again, no. They picked a challenging day for the outdoor ...
  • Did not look at all the image info, but the lowest ISO I saw was 800, so no.
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