Nass

Nass

Lives in United Kingdom Surrey, United Kingdom
Works as a Marketing person
Has a website at http://extreme-macro.co.uk/
Joined on Aug 4, 2009

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On What we want in a macro shot – Background article (69 comments in total)

Background and lighting are the tricky things that separate the A1 macro shot from the ordinary A grade shots. It is so easy to be excited by what the equipment CAN take you that you forget to make the shots beautiful as well. The last 2 tricks are particularly good - wish there were more around. Must go and look at your portfolio :). Quick question if I may, the flash reflection in the bottom frog is tiny and they vary in the others. What flash, diffuser and setting do you typically use - my hunch would be the strength is very carefully balanced to let in background colours?

Direct link | Posted on Sep 19, 2011 at 08:45 UTC as 15th comment | 4 replies
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JesperMP: Quotes from Ricoh statement:

"Now Ricoh aims to establish a _consumer_ business."
Does not sound good for K5 and 645D.

"Ricoh takes it as an indispensable initiative to obtain the _small_ and
_lightweight_ interchangeable lens camera technology, lens technology and sales channels held by the Pentax Imaging Systems Division [...]"
Sound as they really like the Q.

Obviously Ricoh/Pentax cannot continue to maintain so many diverse products:
645D and lenses, Kr+K5 and lenses, Q and lenses, GRX and "lenses", GRD, and consumer P&S cameras.
What will be axedl ?
Will there be a new APS-C mirror-less ?

This is misunderstood I believe. Ricoh has a large B2B business element whereas 645d, K5 is B2C.

Direct link | Posted on Jul 1, 2011 at 21:23 UTC
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