DWEverett

DWEverett

Lives in United States North Granby, CT, United States
Joined on May 19, 2008

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  • Both cameras (actually, pretty much any camera you could choose) will take great pictures.  If possible try to find somewhere to try them out and see which you like.  They can feel quite ...
  • "She" is Lisa Holloway -- or at least the majority of the images are. I assumed (perhaps incorrectly) that the OP knew that based on the number of images. http://ljhollowayphotography.com/ She's a ...
  • Not a simple edit. She runs a class to teach her post processing if you are really interested
  • For mirrorless, at the higher end the Panasonic GH4 and Sony A7s.  More affordably, the Sony a6000. I can't help on the camcorder side though Panasonic, Sony and Canon all make very good higher end ...
  • DSLR's in general and the 70D in particular are capable over very good video.  That said, if I was looking for a camera specifically for video -- especially what you're talking about I probably ...
  • Some of the other posts have given good advice. The daughter that did gymnastics graduated last year so I'm officially "retired" from that sport. On your question of the cameras the pros are using, ...
  • I think it's more buying vinyl again than still.  It's really come back in a big way. On the camera side though, I do think the low end is on its way out as phones get better.  That said though, ...
  • It actually sounds like you already have a basic understanding of the relationship of the three.  You are correctly using aperture to increase the depth of field and know that it's going to cause ...
  • I'd post the question in the sony alpha forum. A lot of the users have that camera.
  • You're right, there is less light hitting the sensor and that means that all else being equal, the Sony won't be quite as good in low light.  That said, the difference is pretty subtle.  You're ...
  • As you are hearing, the Nikon has live view which will allow the family to use the rear lcd.  It doesn't work well though for general use.  The true traditional SLR designs don't focus well when ...
  • Personally I keep being tempted to get the Sony RX100 M2.  I have an older NEX5 in addition to my Nikon D700 (and older Sony A700 that I still sometimes use).  It's a lot smaller than the Nikon.  ...
  • The one other thing I'd add is that a lot of the photographers that use a D4 are using it for a type of photography that generates a high volume of photos -- sports, weddings, etc.  In those cases ...
  • Standard may have been a poor description.  I'm using the canon profile for the glossy 2 paper.  I'll take a look at the video and see if there is anything I'm doing wrong. Thanks
  • I have.  I was having a problem with the 9000 which is what triggered the purchase of the new one but for the moment, both are running.
  • I know there was just a thread that was basically the same question -- in fact, I'm using LR5 as well.  I'd like to dumb it down a little more as  I think I'm in an even easier position. I know ...
  • No, it's definitely possible to get better pictures than your phone without spending thousands.  The pictures won't be amazing but they will do what you are looking for. As I stated in another ...
  • My suggestion is to look at something like the Sony RX100. It has a fast lens so will take advantage of the light that's there and has a sensor that's substantially better than what you have with ...
  • The RX10 isn't a bad idea. As others have said, there is no ideal camera -- you're always trading off size, weight, cost, east of use etc. The 1" sensor will give you better shots than any normal ...
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    Good edit on the advice being for the US. On the Craigslist or ebay purchase, that's the direction I was heading when I saw the price at Adorama. I have to wait to get the rebate money back but it ...
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