PIX 2015
M Lammerse

M Lammerse

Lives in Japan Osaka, Japan
Works as a photographer and part-time media advisor
Joined on Nov 3, 2003
About me:

CAMERA'S
Holga Black
Contax G2 + Zeiss 45mm
Nikon D300
Nikon D3S
Nikon D700
Nikon D800
Nikon D810
LENSES:
Nikkor 35 f/1.4G
Nikkor 50 f/1.8D
Nikkor 50 f/1.8G
Nikkor 85 f/1.8D
Nikkor 85 f/!.8G
Nikkor 35-70 f/2.8D
Nikkor 24-70 f/2.8G
Nikkor 70-200 f/2.8 VR
Nikkor 14-24 f/2.8
FLASH:
SB 800's
(from work I use everything from 200 - 600mm if needed)
Previously owned & used: Praktica, Canon Eos 3, Sony DSC 707, F100, F5, D100, D70, D200, D3, Tokina 12-24 f/4, Nikkor 17-35 f/2.8, Nikkor 28-70 f/2.8

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agentul: cool story, bro! next time drop it on an older Nokia phone in the back of a Toyota Hilux, let's have some competition!

@The Silver Nemesis

He probable will hit you for that remark ;-)

Direct link | Posted on Aug 20, 2015 at 23:06 UTC
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McCool69: I am slightly amused at the amount of people that seem to think the point of this is to make an exact measurement of how much Instagram degrades an image.

Of course it isn't - it is first and foremost an art project that also points out something that a lot of people (I'm talking non-photographers and casual users here...) are not aware of.

I think it is an excellent idea that gives the artist tons of exposure. Would have loved to come up with it myself.

This just remembers me of what one of my photography teachers always told me: photography is a chemical process.

We're 'just' creating images nowadays ;-)

Direct link | Posted on Aug 18, 2015 at 22:15 UTC

Wow! .Making an Instagram filter yourself by just reposting your images

Direct link | Posted on Aug 18, 2015 at 22:12 UTC as 27th comment
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brownie314: Is Nikon not aware of the current situation in the camera market? Why throw more uber high priced lenses at a market where people are willing to spend less money?

This lens is aimed at professional users and usage. Although the lens cost a lot of money, if it is expensive depends on the user.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 4, 2015 at 13:07 UTC
On Quick Review: PhotoKeeper article (101 comments in total)

I'm using both backup by NAS and online (cloud) storage by Amazon.
Amazons' specific photo service is a bit spartan when it comes to viewing and organizing but the main important thing: storage does it wonderfully well:

- it stores unlimited amount of images for a fixed amount a year
- it stores RAW images as well (although viewing them is limited to thumbnail size

Direct link | Posted on Jul 31, 2015 at 15:23 UTC as 29th comment | 3 replies

We will see this lens the coming year as a kit lens (like is done with the 24-120mm f/4 for full frame camera packages)

Direct link | Posted on Jul 27, 2015 at 21:21 UTC as 33rd comment
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lbjack: That foot on the desk makes me wonder if he was thinking, "Where's the popcorn?"

That aside, the complaints about the politics are well-taken. So, about the photos themselves...

Except for the foot on the desk, where we can identify the event by the TV screen (though the image may or may not be contemporaneous), the rest of the shots are non-descript taken out of context.

I recall my First Rule: Get the Shot. Regarding these images, with the single aforesaid exception, I should then say, What shot?

The quality of the shots are mediocre at best, but the subject can make them interesting. Here, the subject of only one shot is interesting in itself, so, unless one considers Dick Cheney and his wife/staff interesting per se, none of the photographs, save one, are interesting either as subject matter or photography.

Yes, that foot on the desk, usually a sign that people are relaxed or not really watching with great interest or not impressed.

Might be he saw it already...

The best out of this series, because this image says more than all the other ones together.

Direct link | Posted on Jul 25, 2015 at 20:40 UTC
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ShoppingBoy: What a great Flickr link. I've bookmarked it. Love the look of film. Thank you, DPR!

@ Francis Carver

Well, it does have some historical value.

Direct link | Posted on Jul 25, 2015 at 20:33 UTC
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InTheMist: What a sad day in history.

@By InTheMist

It was our wedding day, so we usually don't forget that one in the family.

Direct link | Posted on Jul 25, 2015 at 20:31 UTC
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groucher: Not bad in the centre of the frame but the edges and corners are shockingly bad. Think I'll stick with my old metal Nikon primes - much better.

Shockingly bad...? Point me (us) please to a shockingly bad example in this series

Direct link | Posted on Jul 22, 2015 at 17:49 UTC
On Capture One Pro 8 software review article (306 comments in total)
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SmilerGrogan: The bottom line with this software is that photos processed with it have a distinct look that is used by many of the world's most highly paid professionals. So if you want that "professional" look, you need to switch to Capture One.

I hope for you it is sarcastically meant?

Direct link | Posted on Jul 20, 2015 at 14:21 UTC
On Phase One 645DF+ with IQ250 field test article (146 comments in total)

Thanks for the nice impression.
Exceptional detail

Direct link | Posted on Jul 10, 2015 at 22:45 UTC as 27th comment
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Mikael Risedal: DR trauma continues for Canon Fan boys

and as long as the Canon can not keep up with the DR parameter DR is unimportant in an image context.
The myth that Canon is "always" best in all situations is deeply rooted
and at CR and several pro Canon pages disparaged now the measuring methods at DXO and dpreview

As a long time Nikon user and as a long time photographer, never ever a client told me: That dynamic range is not good, we will not use your images.

That same counts for my Canon using colleagues (or they were lying all the time ;-) )

Direct link | Posted on Jul 10, 2015 at 11:20 UTC
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Earth Art: While the weight might seem overkill, it may be worth it to those who need fast glass and work at a fast pace. There is no need to switch lenses for someone like a wedding photographer who uses those focal lengths on a separate body. They also don't need to worry about cleaning the sensor often due to many lens changes per gig. If I still did weddings, I would be all over this lens and mount it onto a small full frame like a Canon 6D or D750.

It is strange how many people will poop all over an f4 lens for not being pro fast, but praise f2.8. Now that an even faster zoom lens than f2.8 is available for full frame, it is suddenly not fast enough? :)

Judging from some of the samples already posted online of corner sharpness, this lens looks like the obesity is very forgivable.

I and several Japanese colleagues hoped for a 17-35mm from Sigma. Despite it will be a great lens for sure, it's a bit short in it's zoom range for many as is it's speed to 'replace' fixed focal length 24/28/35mm

Direct link | Posted on Jun 19, 2015 at 14:54 UTC
On Alpha dog: Hands-on with Sony a7R II article (1089 comments in total)
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Tape5: Sony is on a roll. You know the exponential rate of change is here when technology and innovation falls off a company at a pace that does not make common market sense.
Long live the nerds and the accountants !

The question is, at whom is Sony aiming this camera at? It looks being aimed at the (semi)professional user in mind.

Not one of my colleagues is using a Sony camera. Not that they aren't good but a camera is part of a system - and the Sony system is lacking in relation to Canon and Niko in many ways, and I don't mean image or capture quality.

Direct link | Posted on Jun 14, 2015 at 22:48 UTC
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skryptus: Has anyone tried if Nikon D3200 .NEF files are recognized as photos? I've been looking for a free way of backing mine up. I'm guessing if any D3x00 files work, the D3200 files should work pretty much the same, maybe even D5x00?

I still don't have that many (a few gigs, maybe), since I'm only now getting started with the RAW parts of photography, so the time it takes to upload everything shouldn't be that much of a deal...

@Skryptus:

The price is indeed very very good. I've searched for a "photo only" cloud service myself but I need many TB's of space and it has to support NEF files, that costs me literally hundreds of dollars a year for a fast and secure service.

The Japanese media company I mostly work for uses Amazons' cloud services and I know it's very fast and stable ...but it's not comparable with this service of 12 dollars a year in any way.

It seems that this service is blocking in someway or another large amounts of big files (50MB or more) Older D100 NEF files upload fine as are other smaller sized NEF files of other camera's.

so for me it's (till so far!) what you get is what you pay for...thats' not much.

Direct link | Posted on Apr 5, 2015 at 12:08 UTC
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HeyItsJoel: Amazon is working for the NSA. Don't do it.

Seriously though, how hard is it to keep your stuff in an external hard drive and lock it up somewhere?

Well, if that is the point of not using it, stop using the internet. ;-)

Direct link | Posted on Apr 5, 2015 at 11:59 UTC
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VENTURE-STAR: Sorry, but I can't see the attraction for such a clumsy retro styled item.

Who is it aimed at? Joe Public wants camera-phones, while more serious snappers who use this site generally want quality SLRs and wouldn't be seen dead with something like this. Polaroid cameras really belong to history.

The expensive TL70 really doesn't have much to offer anyone and is probably being assembled for next to nothing in China anyway. No thanks!

It's aimed at *fun* and *look what I have* for the whoa's and aah's

nothing wrong with. It's not a need camera...obviously.

Direct link | Posted on Apr 5, 2015 at 11:55 UTC
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skryptus: Has anyone tried if Nikon D3200 .NEF files are recognized as photos? I've been looking for a free way of backing mine up. I'm guessing if any D3x00 files work, the D3200 files should work pretty much the same, maybe even D5x00?

I still don't have that many (a few gigs, maybe), since I'm only now getting started with the RAW parts of photography, so the time it takes to upload everything shouldn't be that much of a deal...

I think the NEF file format is supported in general.

Strongly advisable to try out their free service period.
for me it's very slow and I get lots and lots of uploading errors with supported RAW files, except JPEGS do not give any problems.

Direct link | Posted on Apr 2, 2015 at 22:38 UTC
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tabloid: Again its not unlimited.
There are major restrictions.

The major restriction for me till so far is the enormous amount of uploading errors. Of the 50 (by Amazon supported) test files I tried to upload less than 10 were uploaded in just one time.

And it's not my rather fast and stable internet connection which has no problems with other online storage/cloud services.

Direct link | Posted on Apr 2, 2015 at 22:35 UTC
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