SBS

SBS

Lives in United States United States
Has a website at www.skyoftexas.com
Joined on Jul 12, 2006

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  • Markus Andersen, Australian street photographer supports your position (see link below). "Currently, I use the (Leica) MP. ---- It's not designed for perfection, it's designed for people, and ...
  • Your response is brilliant! Whether it is true or not, I cannot say, but I love your passion, and your very thoughtful, provocative, possibly insightful view point.
  • Okay, Adobe RGB then.
  • Is this really true? If so, then what would be the point of shooting in RGB if you do editing on an iMac?
  • Your commentary pretty much puts this issue to rest. I own four older Crumpler's, and have been very happy with them. If quality as diminished, their color schemes have not. Too bright and garish ...
  • Created discussions Fixing moiré with Photoshop
    This topic comes up occasionally, and since I just fixed a photo with moiré (first one in a long while), I thought I would share the results. I used the techniques from this link: https://photograp ...
  • Created discussions Fixing Moiré from K5IIs
    This topic comes up occasionally, and since I just fixed a photo with moiré (first one in a long while), I thought I would share the results. I used the techniques from this link: https://photograp ...
  • Yes, with caveats. The range of the communication is somewhat limited. I can't give you specifics, but if you are in a big room, say a wedding reception hall, and you walk to one end and your off ...
  • Replied in i do..
    I have to admit, the way you, and others have described the potential use of EVF's does sound appealing.
  • I think that is the most "negative" comment I have ever seen from you, Dean. I expect there will be a lot of people at your funeral. Michael
  • One of the easiest flashes to use as far as changing settings. Just know that you will be using it in manual mode. In my opinion, it would be good to learn that technique if you do not already ...
  • Replied in Try in manual.
    It is very helpful to me because I shoot mostly in Manual mode. So, if I walk into another room, with a drastically different lighting situation, I can hit the green button to give me a quick ...
  • Rod, Your point is understood, and well-taken. My post was a bit of a tongue in cheek way to solicit information, and to voice a small question in the face of the Fuji, Fuji, Fuji chorus that has ...
  • Replied in Sharp?!?
    Well, I share some agreement with him. I stopped using it for portraits over f/2.8 because it is too sharp. Sure, you can apply softness, but to do it correctly takes too much work.
  • Replied in Sharp?!?
    Amen.
  • Nice work.
  • It does. No doubt helped by the distance for the background mountains. Let me say again, that I have had only one set of photos to compare, so everything I say should be taken with a grain of ...
  • I just read your post after making my last one. I guess you and I are on the same page.
  • Hmmm. I noticed a few photos from the wedding on this post that had more of a 3Dish, or subject separation look to them than what the Fuji images offered. But, perhaps that's not to everyone's taste?
  • This is a really interesting observation, JNR. Everyone is always talking about the advantage of extremely fast lenses, but, besides the very (too?) thin focal range, I have never heard of these ...
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