I like it, and can't understand all the hate.
Now I've seen the original too though I can't tell which one I prefer...
They dropped one on the floor and smashed it, but that information has been classified until 2040 so keep it to yourself.
Very interesting is quite the understatement!
One thing to note though is, as you'll see if you look at the comments on YouTube, the proposed design will actually be in the 20 to 30 centimetre range.
JacobSR: Beautiful scene. I was wondering if you use artificial lighting, the rocks and the grass in the foreground are nicely exposed.
I'm afraid that argument is no good, since many people consider 500px to the the epitome of over-processed!
That said, I rather like this shot myself. Whether it involved a lot of post or not, a typical unprocessed alternative (nicely exposed sun and shadows everywhere else) isn't exactly 'natural' when you consider what the eye sees.
If this one isn't to your taste I'm sure there are plenty of others available for your viewing pleasure on teh internets.
WASBA: Please take 'SR' Logo off :D. Small 1.7 sensor is brilliant idea but Pentax should make it much smaller than this. If not. please use bigger sensor. I like Ricoh GR series and Pentax K-5 Series but not sure about this Q series so far. Idea itself is not bad but I still felt something missing... :(
SR stands for Shake Reduction I believe.
CameraLabTester: The last great appearance of Pentax was in Michael Frank's "Popsicle Toes".
These days, folks who knew the brand of long ago still use them, and with their next generation of siblings who were influenced by family preferences.
That's a pretty sweeping statement. I bought my K5 last year based on the reviews on this site. They just seemed to be offering the best camera for the money, I wasn't going by the brand at all.
Where is it, Holland?!
I had one of these but it broke :(
Be careful with it!
Oh, fantastic photo too btw, great imagination.
I wonder how many tries it took to get the perfect 'sloshing' motion with no spillage?!
Klein isn't dead. The wording of this article makes it seem so. Unfortunate."Klein was one of the most..." and so on. He's still alive and apparently still making images. Please correct the article to reflect this fact.
Finland I'd guess ;)
Beautiful! Really love the natural look you got from (painstakingly?) doing the manual blend.
What a cool new perspective of a very photographed landmark. I like it!
Super atmosphere and perfect timing.
I think the artist was just biting the hand that fed out of pure greed. In my opinion Sobel was right despite what the ruling said.
Fair enough, he should have got a contract. It's pretty clear that 'limited edition' implies more copies will not be made whenever the artist feels like it though.
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