PerL

PerL

Lives in Sweden Sweden
Works as a Design & layout
Joined on Nov 25, 2002

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  • I think you are making a rather sweeping comment. It is just a tool among others, it is better to have it than not. Many use it to create interesting work. Here is one sample I like myself. Why - ...
  • ...if not smaller sensors had less DOF control than larger ones. So, a drawback of a format turns into a discussion of "abuse" of shallow DOF or that quality of bokeh doesn't matter.
  • The interesting thing is that the growth in England came after the improvement of the workers conditions (ten hour bill, minimum wages) by the factory laws.
  • That was exactly what the factory owners said during the 1840s in England when the parliament wanted to restrict the working hours of children, youth and women. But I guess going back to the 1800s ...
  • Getting good schools for everybody takes distribution of wealth. And by wealth I mostly mean extreme profits or extreme rich people, probably not your neighbor. I have no problem with people like ...
  • The theory is like this: An ever smaller share of profits goes to wages. Capital accumulates. The peoples buying power is relatively weak because of low wages. "Real investments", like building ...
  • Is this countries who otherwise would have got a "no"? Did they get a "no" before? Its hard to judge without that knowledge.
  • So you think education has nothing to do with chances or available choices in life? "Stealing" or taxes is the price you pay to live in a social stable society instead of an anarchy.
  • It has increased in the third world for sure, but in the western countries income for the average person have increased much slower in the latest decades than in the 50-60-70s. We have much ...
  • I dont think it has to impact me directly to be concerned about it. I dont believe in living in an egoistic bubble. I believe that increasing gaps between poor and rich is bad thing for society as ...
  • I am not hurt by your comment and I find it rather amusing that you think it has to do with my situation. I am interested in the thinking that all poverty is because peoples individual choices, ...
  • Choices - do you think people have equal opportunities?
  • Laughing at low paid workers lose their jobs. How low can one sink? This puzzles me as much as when some people think it is a good thing that 85 people ownes as much as half the worlds population. ...
  • Yes, but they always had a close relationship. Ferdinand Porsche constructed the first Volkswagen. Porsche 924 was built in cooperation with VW, 944 with Audi.
  • Because they are. "Volkswagen Group sells passenger cars under the Audi , Bentley , Bugatti , Lamborghini , Porsche , SEAT , ┼ákoda and Volkswagen marques" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volkswagen_Group
  • I have over the years owned Audi 80 GL, Audi 80 GTE, Audi 80 1.9E, Audi 100 Avant, Audi Coupé, Audi Avant 100 2.3, Audi A4, Audio A4 Avant Turbo, Audi A6 Avant 2.4, Audi A2, Audi A4 Avant TDI ...
  • The shallower DOF is something I see as an advantage. And in the other end, every time I can shot handheld at base ISO at a DOF I can accept, I get the full IQ superiority.
  • When I was on a safari I used an APS-C, w 70-200 2.8VR + TC17 = 510 mm eqv - handheld . If I was to go again today I would choose FF, because I would like the ultimate in IQ and subject isolation ...
  • Not even that. An almost eight year old Nikon D3 FF scores 81 on DxO marks, low light 2290 ISO, vs a brand new Olympus OM5DII m43 scores 73, low light 896 ISO http://www.dxomark.com/Cameras/Compare ...
  • I looked in to this when DSLRs with HD video arrived - could frame grabs be a serious alternative to still photography? If we leave the IQ issue aside (hard compression): 1. Video is usually shot ...
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