inevitable crafts studio

Lives in Austria vienna, Austria
Works as a 3d
Joined on Jun 24, 2011
About me:

iam building an analog drummachine right now

http://inevitablecraftslab.wordpress.com

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On article 5 photography apps to download to your new iPad (158 comments in total)
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chrisnfolsom: These are photography aps - not professional image processing aps... They are incredible for what they are - not for what they aren't. Just as you wouldn't necessarily take professional pictures with your ipad neither would you process those images - although they are getting pretty good, and I have heard the quality of the actual LCD is highly rated.

And also, as a tool for your clients with all the WiFi connectivity and even more immediate gratification they will want to see images immediately so there will even be pressure for the professional to use an ipad for at least some pre-processing and presentation.

i think its a matter of workflow

clients want to see stuff on the "big" screen instantly, but they also wanted it on the cams LCD when we where switching to digital.

every digital artform has the same problem where there might be the time where you have to tell the (unpolite) client "sorry i wont show you unfinished products, its a policy"

workflow wise it strongly depends on the amount of pp your work needs.

the fact alone that with a computer i have one hand for position one hand that has a keyboard with physical keys for "blindfolded" shortcuts and a screen at eyelevel makes a computer superb compared to any touch tevice, thats for sure

Link | Posted on Nov 4, 2013 at 19:01 UTC
On article 5 photography apps to download to your new iPad (158 comments in total)
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Morpho Hunter: I can't think why I would ever attempt to successfully process a photo using ANY tablet "computer" ..it just cannot be done.

Cheers,

http://www.normanday.net/for_your_amusement

I can't think why I would ever attempt to successfully process a photo using ANY tablet "computer" ..it just cannot be done.

thats more then "raw coverting" editing for large prints or whatsoever.

he is just not able and already knows he might be in future to successfully process A photo using ANY tablet computer.

to call this guy "closed minded" is very polite i guess

Link | Posted on Nov 4, 2013 at 18:55 UTC
On article 5 photography apps to download to your new iPad (158 comments in total)
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(unknown member): For those of you not shooting a Full Frame DSLR and routinely making 16x20 inch prints or larger, I suspect these "toy" tablets with "crippled" "Apps" instead of real software (layers, masking to replace green-screen backgrounds, fine editng at the pixel level, etc.), are sufficient.

For reference, in additon to shooting with a DLSR, I still shoot B&W film 35mm-4x5 inches, develop it myself, and make prints up to 16x20 inches in my traditional "wet darkroom" as I have done since the mid 1970's. For some, quality in a no-compromise propsition.

and your film references do what to your arguement?

right, they kill it

and i own two mamyia bodies AND i have a regular dark room in my flat, so therefore i might decide for you if it makes sense to upgrade PS to the creative cloud

Link | Posted on Nov 4, 2013 at 18:49 UTC
On article 5 photography apps to download to your new iPad (158 comments in total)
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canon20s: And where is FilterStorm, it also support layers!

also filterstorm is what PS touch should be

Link | Posted on Nov 4, 2013 at 18:46 UTC
On article 5 photography apps to download to your new iPad (158 comments in total)
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aeschylus: If you've a desktop computer and conventional screen I struggle to see the point of manipulating images on any tablet. Better to use the former and then transfer them.

simple:

laptop 2k, ipad 500

which one would you rather bring to a job somewhere in the nowhere ? ^^

sometimes its not about raw processing for print.
its just about get the wb right probably adjust the colors a bit, watermark them and put them online.

if you cover an event for example, why bring a laptop, that if it got stolen often costs a few thousands.

i use an ipad mini, thats so small i can have it on me all time. while shooting i review photos on screen and lock the good ones. as soon as there seems to be a break i put out the ipad and minutes later i can put photos online.

Link | Posted on Nov 3, 2013 at 10:20 UTC
On article 5 photography apps to download to your new iPad (158 comments in total)
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Peter Lacus: Pixlr Express ain't bad too (and is available also for Android) and not to forget Apple's own iPhoto.

yeah pixlr is great. iphoto and the built in photos app share too many features. also iphoto makes copies of copies of copies, and you dont see them in the photos app.

those two apps habe a weird mixture of features, and i cant delete the original photos app.
why make an iphoto version for ios when the original photos app allready IS some kind of iphoto clone.

now i have two iphoto clones ^^

i would find it better to pay an upgrade fee and upgrade the builtin photos app to iphoto and or aperture with real raw support

Link | Posted on Nov 3, 2013 at 10:13 UTC
On article 5 photography apps to download to your new iPad (158 comments in total)

snapseed rules

and photoshop touch is a joke in my opinion, cant understand why adobe is so cheap here
look at autodesk and all their great free apps

Link | Posted on Nov 3, 2013 at 10:08 UTC as 61st comment
On article 'Rising Waters' documents Superstorm Sandy devastation (29 comments in total)

strangly overprocessed, i didnt noticed sandy or any other storm in the US, they dont really cover that on the news in europe.
i guess its bad because of their wooden houses in the states.

from the photos it doesnt shock me, looks like some sort of highwater

Link | Posted on Oct 30, 2013 at 17:26 UTC as 7th comment | 2 replies
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Tord S Eriksson: Well, I was impressed by the ease the camera handled colours in low light, and the very subdued noise, no matter what setting! The rest (choice of subjects, and so on) wasn't so impressive.

Oh, I wish you had had Steve Huff to take the photos, someone with a little imagination, outside the box. 50 pictures taken in neon light doesn't say more than a handful, but some portraits, close-ups, in short something interesting, had been appreciated!

The photos of the Jack Daniels guy going through the motions made my day, while those of our four-legged hoofed friends were the worst I've seen in a long time!

ah come on tord, bitter old man :)

steve huff is an attentionwh** like ken rockwell.

boohoo seal boohoo leica blabla i can take photos of my fatso son
this is no artclass, and steve/ken wouldnt be in it if it would have been one ;)

Link | Posted on Oct 30, 2013 at 17:01 UTC
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alegator: I love these pictures. Ladies and gentlemen, this is the dawn of a new era.

sorry wrong comment :)

nothing beats an ovf btw ;)

Link | Posted on Oct 30, 2013 at 17:01 UTC

who cares, its a sony ^^ i rather buy a camera of some other tv companies like panasonic or samsung then a walkman camera ..

Link | Posted on Oct 30, 2013 at 16:56 UTC as 20th comment | 1 reply
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Paul looking for the best picture: I´m so disappointed looking at these pictures. I really expect a better job from dpreview.com . I suscribe today because i'm a huge fan from your Web Page and that i have saw better real world sample here. By example i have appreciate a lot the one about the Sony RX1 R with so nice pictures, peoples on the pictures were looking so happy during their week end camp, and photos were so outstanding that i was thinking: i should have this camara. But this Sony A7r real world sample is the result of an uninspired photograph, and it is not giving me the same feeling. Photography is a pleasure, above all things, a pleasure to take and a pleasure to see. I hope you will publish my comment. Thank you.

hehe no one gets the sarcasm Paul ;)

Link | Posted on Oct 30, 2013 at 16:54 UTC
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DVT80111: These pictures need a FF? LOL

nothing "needs" a fullframe. its just a classic film/sensor format that was standard in the past and is about to be the standard again. thats it.

Link | Posted on Oct 30, 2013 at 16:51 UTC
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