Bernard D

Bernard D

Lives in Canada Ottawa / Ontario, Canada
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Joined on Dec 3, 2009


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He did go back and found her as an adult, and was able to take pictures of her grown up, along with her husband. She obviously had no idea her child's face was iconic. It is a powerful image !

Direct link | Posted on Oct 21, 2013 at 12:12 UTC as 38th comment
On Photoshop CC: Adobe responds to reaction article (1852 comments in total)

It doesn't make sense to me. One of the reason they're going with this business model is to prevent piracy, but since you can run the program without being connected the internet, up to 30 days for monthly subscriptions, and 99 days for yearly subscriptions, piracy will remain, just my 2 cents !?

Direct link | Posted on May 8, 2013 at 17:26 UTC as 331st comment | 2 replies
On First Impressions: Metabones Speed Booster article (354 comments in total)
In reply to:

plastique2: It is really about time to change the term used in the English speaking photography community for the capability of a lense to let through more or less light. The term "speed" is absolutely misleading. We from non-english speaking countries have to endure the torture of reading photography related material translated from English by people who have no clue about photography.

This can look like this (my attempt to make an impression of what we actually have to read in our language - because someone translated literally something he didn't understand what it's about - but then who can blame them given the English text):

"This lens is very fast, although it isn't fast at all."

When we say in our language that a lens is fast, it always relates to it's ability to perform any kind of mechanical operation in a short time period. Yet when we wan't to address it's quality of light gathering, we use two words, the translation would be: "light power". Doesn't that make more sense?!

The choice of the term speed for a lens, is totally logical, but as some said, perhaps not language wise that obvious. But it refers to the fact that the wider the aperture, the faster it will be for the film and/or the sensor to receive the right amount of light to produce the image, hence the use of the word speed. A lens with an aperture of 1.0 is fast, because it will take a lot less time than a lens with an aperture of 5.6 to let the same amount of light through to the film and/or sensor, fast, slow, is speed.

Direct link | Posted on Feb 2, 2013 at 19:24 UTC

Funny, I liked the article, I've been thinking of a project of doing photos of my corner of the planet, as it is today. It would for sure be boring *today*, but I think it might have a value later, I like looking at street photography from another era, of an area that I know of today, seeing buildings that don't exist anymore, or other interesting facts ?

Direct link | Posted on Aug 14, 2012 at 18:31 UTC as 27th comment
On Wireless LAN standardized for SD cards article (12 comments in total)

I wonder why they don't or can't with CF cards?

Direct link | Posted on Jan 13, 2012 at 02:33 UTC as 6th comment | 6 replies
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