Gionni Dorelli

Gionni Dorelli

Lives in Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Kitts and Nevis
Joined on Dec 24, 2009

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On Adobe releases subscription-only Photoshop CC article (397 comments in total)
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Kiwiboy: Where did I say that I'd used the camera shake function??
Regarding my car, yes I do lease it as it make financial sense in my situation.
So nobody subscribes to sky or any other pay TV? Why's that OK?

Well.... it is. If you have been using it professionally for more than 15 years, you know all the alternatives are a joke.
During the 90ies Adobe bought the only other competitive option which was Aldus Photostyler.
Don't tell me you would even touch Corel software....

Direct link | Posted on Jun 19, 2013 at 11:08 UTC
On Adobe releases subscription-only Photoshop CC article (397 comments in total)
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Gionni Dorelli: They will crack this baby too. Do not worry.
It would be interesting to see how many long time paying customers (as i am) are happy to swallow a 75/100% price increase from what they were paying their perpetual licence upgrades.
I'm not happy for sure.

Sure Gabor, I have paid for it for about 15 years and I will keep doing for the same reason you mention and because they are pocket money. yet the pricing is not fair to old long term customers.
Some amateurs that were happy with paying 199 each upgrade every 24 months or thereabout, will not be happy with paying 480$ on the same period and not owning the SW.
those customers may "crack" under the pressure....

Direct link | Posted on Jun 19, 2013 at 10:52 UTC
On Adobe releases subscription-only Photoshop CC article (397 comments in total)

What they should do, it is to allow users to keep the SW running without having to pay the subscription after 24 months worth of payments.

Direct link | Posted on Jun 19, 2013 at 08:30 UTC as 95th comment
On Adobe releases subscription-only Photoshop CC article (397 comments in total)

They will crack this baby too. Do not worry.
It would be interesting to see how many long time paying customers (as i am) are happy to swallow a 75/100% price increase from what they were paying their perpetual licence upgrades.
I'm not happy for sure.

Direct link | Posted on Jun 19, 2013 at 08:28 UTC as 96th comment | 4 replies
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joe6pack: 'She is rather thin for my taste...and I considered adding some fat to her with Photoshop'

Why did she hire the model in the first place???

Clothing photographs better on thinner people.

Most of these girls that we use for fashion editorials are naturally thin and healthy. They eat normally when lunch time come around on set and also in their every day life.
Some people do not eat a lot simply because they do not feel hungry. Other people eat a lot and more often and most of them get sick and die earlier than thinner people.

Direct link | Posted on May 21, 2013 at 03:04 UTC
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HowaboutRAW: That T style "magazine" is really just an excuse to sell advert space. It's not like it's Vogue or some serious fashion rag.

In other news, the NYTimes employs some jaw droppingly stupid editors.

I have been working for various issues of Vogue and similar high end magazines for years.
There is one rule for all:
The less Ads they are able to collect for given issue, the thinner the editorial content and the magazine itself will be.
Sometime when they do not collect enough Ads, they withdrawn some fashion editorials (already produced).
Ads are vital to the existence of publications and Vogue is not exception.

Direct link | Posted on May 21, 2013 at 02:58 UTC

I was smiling when I red that Leica wanted to be 10 years ahead of Phase and Hassy when they delivered the S2. But the guy has a point.
The S2 is indeed quite more advanced in term of camera body of those two brands and considering how slow they are on innovation, they may well need 10 years to match the Leica S2.
I own a Phase one system BTW....

Direct link | Posted on May 10, 2013 at 10:53 UTC as 31st comment
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GPW: NIKON D800!

I run 50.000$ per day photo shoots with Sony FF DSLR and did with Canon and Nikon before. I know plenty of photographers who run 6 figures budget photo shoots and use Canon 5d.
Cameras are never an issue with clients, they normally trust the photographers choice.
I also own medium format Phase one , but there are many circumstances, the vast majority, where these MF system are just not practical and would be hindering the result, simply because they are too slow. including the S2, which is a magnificent camera.

Direct link | Posted on May 10, 2013 at 10:41 UTC

Samsung is shameless.
This is a Sony Nex knock off.
Like it is not enough doing piggy back with Apple.

Direct link | Posted on May 3, 2013 at 10:30 UTC as 10th comment | 5 replies

Samsung is shameless.
This is a Sony Nex knock off.
Like it is not enough doing piggy backi with Apple.

Direct link | Posted on May 3, 2013 at 10:29 UTC as 11th comment
On Roger Cicala compares Zeiss and Canon 135mm f/2 lenses article (87 comments in total)
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Gionni Dorelli: I have used both lenses for years, taking beauty and fashion photos.
The Sony Zeiss has an edge on the Canon on about any aspect of photography.
The Zeiss is also faster at focusing in low light.
In studio, under modeling lights, sometime the Canon never stop hunting where the Zeiss just works fine.

Yes I'm sorry, I was reading this on my iphone and I though it was the Sony ZA 135mm 1.8.

Direct link | Posted on Apr 30, 2013 at 05:01 UTC
On Roger Cicala compares Zeiss and Canon 135mm f/2 lenses article (87 comments in total)

I have used both lenses for years, taking beauty and fashion photos.
The Sony Zeiss has an edge on the Canon on about any aspect of photography.
The Zeiss is also faster at focusing in low light.
In studio, under modeling lights, sometime the Canon never stop hunting where the Zeiss just works fine.

Direct link | Posted on Apr 29, 2013 at 23:38 UTC as 15th comment | 6 replies
On Just Posted: Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH3 review article (306 comments in total)
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Spectro: I am thinking about a camcorder and Panasonic gh3 might be my pick.

h2k, what a bad boy you are.... InFocus instead, is such a nice guy , that is wishing you dead before him....

Direct link | Posted on Apr 16, 2013 at 08:34 UTC

All of you dorks have no idea how many people will love this kind of bags.

Direct link | Posted on Apr 11, 2013 at 01:37 UTC as 24th comment
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mdanoff: "Movie focused" is a bit extreme. I tried the Olympus OM-5, and while a wonderful camera, for still photography preferred and purchased the GH3.

The movie is a nice exercise to shows what the camera could on a production where you would never use it. :P
Using a couple of Alexa plus a set of primes on that shoot, would have added 4/5k maximum. Most of the rigging used on the GH3 would have been the same used on the Alexa or a Scarlet.
Let's be honest, the GH3 is an amazing camera for the money and even a little more, yet when you get a prod, like that, the money available are in excess of 40/50k at least. in that case you will use the 1200 bucks camera for back stage photography and shoot the whole gig with the right camera for the job.

Direct link | Posted on Apr 2, 2013 at 01:17 UTC
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Franka T.L.: Its long debated with such matters and issues. There are time and occasions where I can understand why a journalist would choose to stand on the sideline , say in war or disaster situations. But its also long held that for the part, its just pure decency for any individual who are able to effort a try to stop any harm to another individual. The photographer in this case choose a way which might be professionally sound, but humanely speaking , much questionable. Especially after the fact that there is likely chance for stopping the fury just at that. Fury but not violence. Would it effect less with the documentation, I doubt it, but surely the violence is more dramatic. So for the price of the drama we have somebodies getting beat up and another waste of police resource.

Is it worth it for somebody to get hurt ( literally and then some ) just so we can have some photo of something we dearly do not need but yet we all know about quite alright.

I ear you! But the photographer was "so nobody" before the violence. After the violence she got the chance of her life to become somebody for a few days!
You cannot stop that....!

Direct link | Posted on Mar 3, 2013 at 02:20 UTC
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Peiasdf: Got a feeling Sigma's 50 f/1.4 is going to be better than the Zeiss.... hmm. Zeiss aren't that impressive lately.

Images coming from Sigma lenses lack carachter, never mind how sharp they can be. Zeiss lenses regardless by who are manufactured have carachter.
Haselblad Zeiss lenses were manufactured 10 to 20 years previous these Sony Zeiss, which are significantly better.
The only AF Zeiss that can approach the level of these new Zeiss are the one from the 645 Contax.

Direct link | Posted on Feb 23, 2013 at 08:15 UTC
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Gionni Dorelli: Worked with an A99 yesterday. If you do not need the resolution of the D800 all the times, the a99 is simply the most complete Dslr camera at the moment.
The EVF is just a joy to use and it does not hinder my way of taking photos at all. After a few minutes you would just forget it is an EVF instead of an ovf if wasn't for the wealth of informations that are displayed on it.

The only way I could buy a Canikon again, it would be if Sony stop making these kind cameras.
I'm some what old fashion on the way I use cameras, but the A99 just feels natural to use.

Cheers!

Yet what ever SLT is new or old technology I can care less and for my experience with others SLT, they do not degrade the image more than the mirror slap of a typical Dslr, which affect image sharpness up to 1/250 or even 1/500 if I well remember. I does not gater dust more than a flipping mirror and the last two generations of Slt do not generate reflections that anybody should care of. A part for maybe astrophotographers. I think only the a55 generated ghosting in some very specific condition, although my A55 never did it.....
As for Sony not understanding what photographers want, I cannot agree with it.
The Nex is one of the most enjoyable tools to take pictures with. It actually makes it very easy, which is what a good tool should be made for.
And please stop making TV comparisons, it just expose your ignorance.
And btw viewing images on a flat TV screen, pulling them remotely from an HD has its advantages, rather the pulling them out of a carton box or an album.

Direct link | Posted on Dec 19, 2012 at 04:32 UTC
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Gionni Dorelli: Worked with an A99 yesterday. If you do not need the resolution of the D800 all the times, the a99 is simply the most complete Dslr camera at the moment.
The EVF is just a joy to use and it does not hinder my way of taking photos at all. After a few minutes you would just forget it is an EVF instead of an ovf if wasn't for the wealth of informations that are displayed on it.

The only way I could buy a Canikon again, it would be if Sony stop making these kind cameras.
I'm some what old fashion on the way I use cameras, but the A99 just feels natural to use.

Cheers!

I knew that putting the A99 among its peers which are Dslr would have attracted at least one dictionary mosquito.
Technically it is a SLT, especially because Sony marketing department, decided this acronim may help to enanche the perception of their product.
The camera operate like a Dslr, at least for what the operator has to do in order to make it take pictures.
It replaces a Dslr (a900) and if i do not like it and want to buy a Canikon, I can only replace it with a Dslr.
For simplicity of the comparison I was making, i called it an Dslr

Direct link | Posted on Dec 19, 2012 at 04:24 UTC
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Some the guys here just name Sony as a gadget company, just do not consider, due to their ignorance, the professional division of Sony video and motion picture cameras, wich is state of the art and the yard stick for all.
After all I think we can only expect things to get better from Sony. There are all the ingredients for them to deliver good products:the Minolta legacy, they have an exclusive deal with one of the best lens designers (Zeiss) and they have the best expertise in digital imaging with their professional video camera and motion picture equipment department.
Sony Cinealta equipment is currently putting on the backfoot all the competitors, including Red and Arri. Of course Sony has decades of experience in motion imagery where they do not have it on Dslr making,so they are not going to displace Canikon anytime soon. yet they will be able to deliver product that will be as good and most of the times better. Like tha a99 is and to some extent also the a900 was.

Direct link | Posted on Dec 18, 2012 at 01:17 UTC as 7th comment
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