James A Rinner

James A Rinner

Lives in United States Racine, United States
Works as a Inventor
Has a website at www.loukasmedical.com
Joined on Dec 13, 2003
About me:

James A. Rinner was born in 1955 and has been active in photography since 1960. A former professional photographer, he has shot over 1200 weddings (mostly free-lanced) and won five international awards in wedding photography. Because of travel for work he stopped shooting weddings in 1993, but has never stopped shooting. He is on his 9th (14th if you count the 5 E-10s I used to teach photography to the Boys Scouts) digital camera (Olympus OM-D EM-5) and loves it!

Olympus OM-D, E-PL1, 5 E-10s, E-20N, 7-14 Panny, 25mm 1.4, 50mm macro, 12-50mm, 14-42, M14-150, 75-300mm, 4/3 adapted 85mm 1.7 MD Rokkor-X, Nikkor 50 f2 M39, Nikkor 35mm F2.8 M39, FL-36, FL-50, Sunpack Ring Flash, Olympus C-7070, Olympus XZ-1, Bogen 3025 and 3001, both with ball heads and Manfrotto Carbon fiber CX190 Pro.

Comments

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On photo Boerhner Botanical Gardens in the Leaf Detail challenge (5 comments in total)

Thanks for all the nice compliments! The E-1 is only 5mp, but 5 lovely mp!

Link | Posted on Nov 3, 2012 at 19:56 UTC as 1st comment
On photo Boerhner Botanical Gardens in the Leaf Detail challenge (5 comments in total)

Thanks everyone!

Link | Posted on Oct 27, 2012 at 05:13 UTC as 3rd comment
On photo Solitary journey in the The Lonely Leaf challenge (1 comment in total)

Love the contrast! Thanks for sharing!

Link | Posted on Sep 25, 2012 at 00:55 UTC as 1st comment
On photo early morning autumn red in the The Lonely Leaf challenge (1 comment in total)

Perfect blend of colors. Thanks for submitting this.

Link | Posted on Sep 25, 2012 at 00:54 UTC as 1st comment
On photo Fallen Gold in the The Lonely Leaf challenge (1 comment in total)

Wonderful shot. Thanks for entering!

Link | Posted on Sep 25, 2012 at 00:54 UTC as 1st comment
On photo Floating Leaf in the The Lonely Leaf challenge (2 comments in total)

Nice shot. Just noticed that there appears to be a face in the water above the leaf!

Link | Posted on Sep 25, 2012 at 00:53 UTC as 2nd comment
On photo Leaf fall in the The Lonely Leaf challenge (1 comment in total)

Don't jump! Great shot and thanks for entering.

Link | Posted on Sep 25, 2012 at 00:52 UTC as 1st comment
On photo Cut down in it's prime in the The Lonely Leaf challenge (1 comment in total)

Rge brown tones worked perfect here!

Link | Posted on Sep 25, 2012 at 00:52 UTC as 1st comment
On photo Last of the Autumn Leaves in the The Lonely Leaf challenge (2 comments in total)

I love this one! Thanks for entering!

Link | Posted on Sep 25, 2012 at 00:51 UTC as 1st comment | 1 reply
On photo Persistence in the The Lonely Leaf challenge (1 comment in total)

All alone! Perfect!

Link | Posted on Sep 25, 2012 at 00:51 UTC as 1st comment
On photo leaf 1600 in the The Lonely Leaf challenge (1 comment in total)

Love the symmetry!

Link | Posted on Sep 25, 2012 at 00:50 UTC as 1st comment
On photo Leaf on Truck in the The Lonely Leaf challenge (6 comments in total)

Very nicely done! Thanks for entering and congratulations on the 1st!

Link | Posted on Sep 25, 2012 at 00:50 UTC as 4th comment | 1 reply
On Challenge:7329 (4 comments in total)

Great entries!

Posted on Sep 25, 2012 at 00:49 UTC as 1st comment
On article Just Posted: Sony Alpha SLT-A57 review (235 comments in total)
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James A Rinner: Interesting statement they made when they compared it to other cameras. "and only lags (in image quality) behind the very impressive Micro Four Thirds Olympus OM-D E-M5." What is Olympus doing so well that the smaller sensor out performs this larger one?

There is definately more noise in the m4/3 but there also more detail and since this is a Sony sensor I am asking the question; what is Olympus doing so well that the smaller sensor out performs this larger one?

Link | Posted on Sep 19, 2012 at 18:49 UTC
On article Just Posted: Sony Alpha SLT-A57 review (235 comments in total)
In reply to:

James A Rinner: Interesting statement they made when they compared it to other cameras. "and only lags (in image quality) behind the very impressive Micro Four Thirds Olympus OM-D E-M5." What is Olympus doing so well that the smaller sensor out performs this larger one?

Hmmm...I don't see that except their is less noise on the Sony from ISO 3200 and above, but there is also less detail on the Sony versus the Olympus.

Link | Posted on Sep 18, 2012 at 18:19 UTC
On article Just Posted: Sony Alpha SLT-A57 review (235 comments in total)

Interesting statement they made when they compared it to other cameras. "and only lags (in image quality) behind the very impressive Micro Four Thirds Olympus OM-D E-M5." What is Olympus doing so well that the smaller sensor out performs this larger one?

Link | Posted on Sep 16, 2012 at 21:28 UTC as 4th comment | 7 replies
On article Just Posted: Sony Alpha SLT-A57 review (235 comments in total)
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James A Rinner: Interesting statement they made when they compared it to other cameras. "and only lags behind the very impressive Micro Four Thirds Olympus OM-D E-M5."

Right here under image quality...
http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/sony-alpha-slt-a57/16

Link | Posted on Sep 16, 2012 at 01:24 UTC
On article Just Posted: Sony Alpha SLT-A57 review (235 comments in total)
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James A Rinner: Interesting statement they made when they compared it to other cameras. "and only lags behind the very impressive Micro Four Thirds Olympus OM-D E-M5."

marike6,
It was under the jpeg image tests, which is pretty obviouswhen you compare the files.

Link | Posted on Sep 16, 2012 at 01:23 UTC
On article Just Posted: Sony Alpha SLT-A57 review (235 comments in total)

Interesting statement they made when they compared it to other cameras. "and only lags behind the very impressive Micro Four Thirds Olympus OM-D E-M5."

Link | Posted on Sep 14, 2012 at 20:22 UTC as 16th comment | 5 replies
On Challenge:7329 (4 comments in total)
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ysal: I thought the rule was: "subject must be a single leaf NOT TOUCHED by another leaf" Can it be touched by leaves of a different tree/plant?

No it can't but it can be seperated in distance. I am still going through images.

Posted on Sep 14, 2012 at 15:03 UTC
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