A few years ago, we raised enough money to move a cesspool farther down grade from a village's water supply, which was contaminated. The local villagers were proud of their families and smiled for photos, despite the circumstances.
My point here is photos can raise awareness...which leads to examine the human condition and hopefully improve it. It may not be shocking to see people living in garbage to survive...the world has plenty of it. It is shocking to see the apathetic response to it.
I could not afford the time and cost to travel to Togo (for those interested), but my donation helped our Rotary Club (for those who want to join) make a difference.
It is a real stretch in interpreting some of the later entries....
Crazy that the G1is surviving...great photos.
Just to add another perspective, I've had quite a bit of fun using a Sony A 5100 for action. It seems reliable. Certainly much better than Micro Four Thirds. And the kids have played a lot of soccer lately.
Wonderful story...in so many words, getting lost in those moments so only to find yourself after.... Brilliant.
Wonderful showcase on the photographer and very educational. As always thank you.
so is there a way of calculating in a simple numeric reading like a percentage of what loss in dynamic range there is. Perhaps I'm missing it here. Thanks for the article.
Sadly, not the best challenge for u43 lenses... :)
Marty4650: "paid firmware upgrade"
I hope this isn't the wave of the future.
Moreover, the existing user's camera retains value longer. Transcending firmware upgrade to brand name in camera apps will even go further...at some point we may see a more robust raw and video editor programs downloadable to most camera brands....
Artpt: part of the attraction is connectivity. If an next camera maker were to integrate a browser within the camera itself rather than an app based system, I think that would really excite a broader audience. To me the added step of finding my phone and connecting it to the camera is really turn off. Rather, why not just go into the camera with a touch screen system, find a hotspot, browse and upload.
My thought would be a chrome icon in the camera, allowing the user to select any site (email, storage, FB) and upload immediately.
Actually, if your favorite camera would be integrated like this it would shift the control back to the Nikon, Canon, Sony, etc.
Thanks for the response.
part of the attraction is connectivity. If an next camera maker were to integrate a browser within the camera itself rather than an app based system, I think that would really excite a broader audience. To me the added step of finding my phone and connecting it to the camera is really turn off. Rather, why not just go into the camera with a touch screen system, find a hotspot, browse and upload.
Cool technology....thanks again for the info.....it sure saves the try, buy and return model...which I don't want to do....
Artpt: That's quite a bit of RAM - 4gb....
@zos xavius....wow, time to upgrade clam shell....where have I been..... :)
That's quite a bit of RAM - 4gb....
I love your photos and read your blog including your back story. Very inspirational.
Dear DPReview, thank you as always for the weekend articles.
Cool....now I am looking forward to the movie...
this is my first time posting via Android mobile. In the past this didn't convert until I shifted the browser to desktop mode. Whether or not it coincides with the improvements in your gallery... Bravo!
I love to read the details on this capture after the challenge is over....
I predict a winner....