Bill Wallace

Bill Wallace

Lives in United States Burnsville USA, United States
Works as a Retired Airline Employee
Joined on Jan 7, 2003

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  • Simple enough, when you shoot try and make sure you leave enough to change aspect size/ratio.  Either that or change your aspect ratio in camera to,shoot 3/2. Bill
  • I use the 12-35 and the 35-100 on the m5 & the m1. No regrets but I use in body stabilization when I use it. I shoot off a tripod 95% of the time tho. No regrets no issues, nice and sharp, both ...
  • Those are extremely good for single shot shots. Well done, I'd be proud of those to be sure. Bill
  • You are on the right track with your basic processing setup. I would also add the Nik collection, Photomatix, I prefer this to HDR Effects Pro, and look at the Topaz line up. I use Clarity, de ...
  • Incredible Albert and thanks for the detailed explanation. There are times I've shot long exposure night / dusk, dawn shots and had them come out lighter than the eye could see. These sensors pick ...
  • I use an old Panny Lx5 which is superb. Only thing I wish is that the zoom range was longer. Oly has a few compacts in their line but can not help much there. My little Panny takes terrific shots ...
  • Roel, he could be nude for all I can tell!!!!! Nice shot I may see a need for the fishy... Bill
  • Back in the day (circa 2003) I didn't know squat really about photography, many would say I still don't but that's another topic. This was my place of learning. Not as much equipment around I ...
  • agree with Bob, all are nice with some being better than others....enjoy the journey. Haappy travels, Bill
  • Replied in My Senior
    Your daughter is beautiful and you did very well with this set....kudos Bill
  • I have the 9-18, should use it more than I do and like the little lens a lot. Don't have full size samples to show so no use in posting small jpegs but mine does the job wonderfully for me. I am ...
  • Replied in Shot both....
    Hi, I shot both an em5 and a D700 for over two years and settled in on micro. I shot landscapes side by side and found myself picking the m fourthirds image many times, to many to ignore so I sold ...
  • Replied in And I'm sorry
    I've been using an iPad since it first came out when I travel to shoot with the cam connection kit and never had a problem except with large cf cards. Then I just plug the camera in and off I go.... ...
  • Replied in Yes
    You won't always be shooting high ISO, as a matter of fact I very rarely do. Grab which ever body you are most comfortable with, a tripod, and your lenses and go shoot and learn. I find this ...
  • Nice shots, very creative..... and thanks for posting images separately. Very few do that any longer, nothing worse than having a thread to follow and having to scroll through many shots. Looks ...
  • Hoya filters are decent, I have a couple. Mamuri, spelling? Makes reasonably priced filters, I have a polarizer from them. My vari nd is a HiTech I believe and my rectangular grads are Hoya which ...
  • Using rings is is the best way to go, buy the largest filter you would need, 72mm, 77mm, if you ever think you'll shoot anything but m4/3, and use them on all your lenses. Here's the rub with screw ...
  • Much better... bill
  • Trolling a bit Solo? This  does get tiring...checking your history do you even shoot m fourthirds? Not that it matters...
  • Hi again Fla. I guess I gotta ask who your printer is, a local perhaps? I also thought that might have been the case in selecting, this shot. No Costco here for sure, this is a special one. As you ...
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