Several of these photographs are "Gallery Wall" quality, good work!
That's a nice shot.
Killer shot! Should be the winner.
Great shot, really love the composition and gradations of grey.
mosc: LX100: Oh yeah, I forgot to mention it does 4K video too! Or even mention the independent aperture, shutter, and exposure dials.
7D: Did you notice we put in an all new senor that we can't tell you has any actual differences between it and the 70D senor we announced more than a year ago? It's got a newer DIGIC chip than a camera we made 5 years ago, didn't you see? That's good for all kinds of things that don't have any affect on your RAW files.
How is the LX100 at shooting fast-moving sports at 10fps, 300mm lens with servo-tracking your subject? And what an ignorant comment about the exposure controls, you missed the little wheel behind the shutter release, and the one below your thumb rest, what are those, chopped liver? In conjunction with the plethora of secondary function buttons you can change ISO, drive mode, etc. etc. without taking your eye from the viewfinder, Lx100? Really, put brain in gear before engaging typing fingers.
So much negativity here folks! Listen to these yokels and you must conclude no camera can ever take a usable shot? I have enjoyed my 7D immensely the last 5 years, still use it regularly even though primary is 5D3, for frame rate, crop factor, more dangerous situations, etc. Likely will obtain Mk II. I love getting satisfying captures with any camera, even use Note 3 lots, instant post and all...
This is a fantastic shot! Should have placed higher...
I seemed to vote many of these shots with four stars for some reason...
Lots of very nice work here, thanks for sharing!
For some reason the sunrises and sunsets there are fantastic! Really good shot here, well balanced composition.
Dear minzaw: Easily one of the best photos in this competition(?) and it comes in next to last? Don't be discouraged this is a beautiful shot you can be proud of.
Lawrence33: "God must have loved the amateur, he made so many."
I think that some of the Ego's here, need to get out from behind their, 'Wiz-Bang' Cameras. And take a look at the world around them.Been at it since 1948. Earned a living at it from 1960. By the way, what have you done lately ?
Critics are a dime apiece. Keep the change.
Dear Black Box (and your ilk here at dpreview):
Sorry about you're having to be stuck in you mom's basement for life, hopefully better fortunes await you in the future....
Five Piece: Nice shot, Erez. Funny these "Armchair Experts" availing their opinions below never seem to enlighten us with examples of their own photographic prowess in their galleries. Personally, I would ignore this site altogether except there are many exceptional photographers (yourself included, of course) from whom I draw inspiration and ideas, just have to ignore the idjuts, I guess.
Perhaps need to start getting vaccinations for Namibia soon?
No worries, indeed! Your are traveling the world, making a living photographing breathtaking locations. For me the experience itself is even more important than the final photograph. The challenge to always improve my photographs is also a puzzle to be cherished. Keep up the good work, and thanks for sharing your insights with us.
Really well done shot! Congratulations.
Rather like this shot.
Nice shot, Erez. Funny these "Armchair Experts" availing their opinions below never seem to enlighten us with examples of their own photographic prowess in their galleries. Personally, I would ignore this site altogether except there are many exceptional photographers (yourself included, of course) from whom I draw inspiration and ideas, just have to ignore the idjuts, I guess.
Very colorful challenge...
Really nice, like it better than the 2nd place version... Keep up the good work!
The classic image, well done.
Sweet Shot! Congratulations.