Tungsten Nordstein

Tungsten Nordstein

Lives in Tonga London, Tonga
Works as a Male photography expert
Has a website at www.tungstennordstein.com
Joined on Feb 28, 2010
About me:

Getting photography wrong since the 80s.

Tungsten Nordstein's recent activity

  • Commented on Readers' Showcase: Raymond Pang article

    haRAW,
    but if it was at my end then all photographs on my monitor would look unnatural. They don't.

  • Commented on Readers' Showcase: Raymond Pang article

    haRAW,
    our visual cortexes must be wired differently.

  • Commented on Readers' Showcase: Raymond Pang article

    @b craw
    > well-worn

    or worn-out?

    I think symmetry can have it's uses when not applied to already symmetrical subjects and/or when applied with a much looser eye.

    @KiwiDon
    I think the formal...

  • Commented on Readers' Showcase: Raymond Pang article

    @b craw
    > well-worn

    or worn-out?

    I think symmetry can have it's uses when not applied to already symmetrical subjects and/or when applied with a much looser eye.

    @KiwiDon
    I think the formal...

  • Commented on Readers' Showcase: Raymond Pang article

    @b craw
    > well-worn

    or worn-out?

    I think symmetry can have it's uses when not applied to already symmetrical subjects and/or when applied with a much looser eye.

    @KiwiDon
    I think the formal...

  • Commented on Readers' Showcase: Raymond Pang article

    But raymond pang's colours do look artificial.

  • Commented on Readers' Showcase: Raymond Pang article

    The first one is the only one from the selection I do like. Dpreview have chosen his most classically composed from a more varied flickr stream.

  • Very nice. Thanks for showing them. 1, 3, 5, 6 are my favourites. Glad you bought the camera, too.
  • Mike, I don't really follow your conclusion(s) but hope you're right.
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    Rondom, it's a good point. My feeling is that if people do not care much about the micro textures in their photographs then they can safely ignore them and leave the debate up to people for whom it ...
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    Just pulling your leg!
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    This is getting very personal, rondom ;) Am I a pixel peeper? Well, I like look at photographs from many different magnifications. I also think the textures of a photograph are an important part of ...
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    That's true - create a preset and you're done. One button processing. I'm all for it! But I have been unable to create a preset in Lightroom that works as well as one of the built-in Lightroom ...
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    Mike. Interesting. So, I wonder – is there an applicable, practical idea in that simple piece of information?
  • Harold, I know you think that the post processing option is the answer. I find post processing with the GRD4 doesn't give me the results that I like and the ones I do get are certainly not as easy ...
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    I couldn't disagree. The GRDI has it for b&w, the 4 for colour - although I can still perfectly enjoy the colour from the I. The GRDI for the mechanical interface, the GRD4 possibly better for it's ...
  • I take great photographs in my dreams but I've always forgotten to take the lens cap off.
  • Already a slew of reactionary comments.

  • Some people like minimalist design. No one is making you buy one and it's no threat to the cameras you are probably likely to buy. So what is the problem?

  • Touch-screen AND physical controls? Wean them off the buttons slowly? Clever. Ricoh lens and sensor implants? As long as they have great monochrome in-body jpg processing.
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