harveysteeves

harveysteeves

Lives in Canada Canada
Works as a chase cows, drive tractors
Joined on Mar 2, 2003
About me:

use Nikon

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On Weather Channel announces photo contest winners article (23 comments in total)
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harveysteeves: I actually like #1 but agree, what does it have to do with weather?

its the Weather Channel and not the Nature Channel or the Outdoor Channel or even the Photography Channel. One of the problems of TV these days is that the channels are going outside of their theme trying to get more viewers but actually lose them.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 20, 2014 at 01:57 UTC
On Weather Channel announces photo contest winners article (23 comments in total)

I actually like #1 but agree, what does it have to do with weather?

Direct link | Posted on Aug 13, 2014 at 14:31 UTC as 12th comment | 3 replies
On Mountain Magic: Shooting in the Lofoten Islands article (73 comments in total)

beautiful images but another semi-secret location lost to the trampling hordes …
and sometimes I am one of them.

Direct link | Posted on Jul 14, 2014 at 20:57 UTC as 33rd comment
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D1N0: If you don't want your photo's "stolen" don't put them on the internet. Right click prevention scripts won't save you. Just get the URL from the source. The print screen button can not be scripted away anyway. Stupid greedy photographers who think they can sue anybody over simple instructions to avoid clumsy protection which doesn't even work in every browser are idiots. Put pictures online and get angry when people copy them. That is more moronic than even a baboon could ever be.

oh BS, if you justify one type of theft, you justify them all. After all, its just relative. If you say it is alright to steal a penny then it is alright to steal two or maybe 10, how about 100 or 10,000.

Direct link | Posted on May 30, 2014 at 00:26 UTC
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D1N0: If you don't want your photo's "stolen" don't put them on the internet. Right click prevention scripts won't save you. Just get the URL from the source. The print screen button can not be scripted away anyway. Stupid greedy photographers who think they can sue anybody over simple instructions to avoid clumsy protection which doesn't even work in every browser are idiots. Put pictures online and get angry when people copy them. That is more moronic than even a baboon could ever be.

if you are saying that it is alright for someone to steal the work of a photographer, then equally, you are saying that it is alright for someone to steal your identity. Have the guts to post your real name so that it can be appropriated for a short time. And learn that theft is theft.

Direct link | Posted on May 29, 2014 at 23:52 UTC
On Olympus OM-D E-M10 Review preview (326 comments in total)
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AKH: Impressive that the IQ is about the same level as the almost 7 year old Nikon D300.

had a D300, would take my EM-5 over it any day of the week for what I do.

Direct link | Posted on Mar 18, 2014 at 16:32 UTC
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vroger1: I have 23 digitals since 2003-Heeeelp!

only 23? you are doing well ... I have or have gone through 23 Nikons ...

Direct link | Posted on Jul 11, 2013 at 04:18 UTC
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Kevin Casey: I tried to read this article, but the horrific grammer and profound lack of proofreading made it impossible...or maybe it was undermining my GAS denial.

Did you not read that English is not his first language or perhaps not even his second? The fact that he probably speaks at least 3 languages puts him far ahead of a couple of whining wankers in my books.

Direct link | Posted on Jul 11, 2013 at 04:17 UTC
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Jack144: Eagerly awaiting Canon's response!

regarding the Canon, a friend of mine, down at CES, said that Canon didn't know when the 200-400 would be out as they were having problems so I wouldn't bet the farm. And the $13k ballpark price, not a guess.

Direct link | Posted on Mar 5, 2013 at 18:55 UTC
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bobbarber: LOL at all the complaints about price.

How many posters complaining about price have carried on in these forums about the disadvantages of 4/3 sensors, such as pixel-peeping chroma noise at ISO 3200 (horrors!) that doesn't even show up in prints?

You can get a slow, sharp 600mm lens for the stabilized OMD for a couple of hundred bucks.

If you prefer DSLRs, then why did you dance on Olympus's grave?

Be consistent, and pay through the nose for telephoto on your "superior" APS-C sensors. It's what you wanted, folks. You can brag about how much your paid for your equipment, but your pictures won't be any better.

as someone who actually does shoot both m4/3s and Nikon FX, there is a difference and it is very distinguishable. I would love to be able to carry my Nikons around with me all the time but I purchased the OMD for one specific reason and that was transportability.

Direct link | Posted on Mar 5, 2013 at 17:23 UTC
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falconeyes: The lens I am really looking for is a
AF-S Nikkor 500mm F5.6 G ED VR

has anybody ever made a 500/5.6?

Direct link | Posted on Mar 5, 2013 at 17:16 UTC
On Roger Cicala compares three 24-70mm F2.8 lenses article (142 comments in total)
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Peter K Burian: I often get benefit from Roger's tests but not this time. I have read this article twice and I have no idea what value it was to me. A lot of information but what does it mean?

There is an important concept that's missing here: "Give the reader knowledge, not information".

whether it gives knowledge or information may be up to the reader. It gave me knowledge - I may contemplate selling my 24-70 Nikkor for a Tamron just for the VC. Also, if you are already enamored with your lens purchase, the decision to read the article was yours alone. I am also thinking that if the article had shown that the Canon combo was Nikon's equal, the tenor or your post would be somewhat different.

Direct link | Posted on Jan 31, 2013 at 16:14 UTC
On Best Camera of 2012: And the Winner is... article (1412 comments in total)
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marike6: It's hilarious to see the m43 fans beaming with pride because their camera won a popularity contest. The fact is "Reader Polls" are almost always driven by fans voting for whatever camera they own.

But it seems some actually believe that the results of an online poll are some indication of superiority. All I can say is if you shot with a 5D3, A99, D800 or D600 it's doubtful you'd vote for an EM5.

As an owner of both Nikon D800/e and OMD, I would pick the OMD. The D800 resolution is impressive but the OMD is a more flexible camera whose only downside is continuous focus. The D800 sold well because of the pent up demand for a D700 successor but the reality is most buyers would be better off with a D600.

Direct link | Posted on Jan 4, 2013 at 15:44 UTC
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