m3

m3

Lives in Spain Rosal, Spain
Works as a Aerial Photographer
Joined on Aug 3, 2003
About me:

Pentax K20D.
Pentax 50-135 f2.8.
Gitzo 1327 Carbon Fibre Tripod.
RRS Ball Head + Pano Attachment.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1
LUMIX G VARIO 14–45 mm.
Canon G9.
Adobe PS CS3

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Mitrajoon: I spoke with Amazon Cloud tech support. He sounded unsure but said "most common RAW files" were acceptable. He had never heard of Olympus by the way.

The other issue I raised was how would the files be organized. Again, I got the impression this had not been a major consideration. He said you could organize them once they were up. However, he wasn't aware of key wording or other sorting techniques. What that meant to me was that I might need to upload one folder of images, create a folder with those images and then upload another folder of images. When I asked him if that was correct, he said "I think so".

Finally I pointed out I have 2 TB of photos. He didn't think that would be a problem, except of course upload time.

For now I'll hold off at least until the RAW file and organization issues are made clear.

Tech 'support' staff not knowing Olympus and answering "I think so" doesn't bode too well methinks ...

Direct link | Posted on Mar 26, 2015 at 18:53 UTC
On Brighton Pier in the Delapidated & Broken challenge (2 comments in total)

Beautiful image. Perfect horizon line.
An utter disgrace however, letting this landmark rot into oblivion.

Direct link | Posted on Mar 26, 2015 at 11:27 UTC as 1st comment
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m3: I say; banning exports! What a novel idea! Bound to work, after all, arms are banned worldwide and thus go nowhere, don't they?

Not quite what I had in mind ...

Direct link | Posted on Feb 28, 2015 at 09:03 UTC

I say; banning exports! What a novel idea! Bound to work, after all, arms are banned worldwide and thus go nowhere, don't they?

Direct link | Posted on Feb 27, 2015 at 14:33 UTC as 16th comment | 2 replies
On Adobe celebrates 25 years of Photoshop article (366 comments in total)

The Adobe company has during its course seen fit to behave in a completely opposite direction to the world-wide philosophy by reiterating its insults to citizens of every country except the USA, charging them much more than the original exorbitant amount they decided to sell the product for in the first place. I have told them so on several occasions, the summary of which is this:
In their constant paranoia against piracy they have tried desperately to avoid it by inventing all manner of tricks; all futile. Had they sold every one for 100$ to everyone in the world who has a copy they would have far more money in their coffers and be far from the unpopular corporation they have become. Their software engineers are marvellous, their sales department a bunch of idiots.

Direct link | Posted on Feb 19, 2015 at 19:28 UTC as 45th comment | 1 reply
On On point: Steve Vaccariello's dance photography article (83 comments in total)

The under-exposure and lack of contrast in number four was most artistic. I've surely been blinded by my over-indulgence in Photoshop as for the life of me can't seem to see the dancers in this one. Good thing painters have always stuck to painting things exactly as they see them, that must be real art, then ...

Direct link | Posted on Feb 16, 2015 at 15:45 UTC as 13th comment
On Readers' Showcase: Documentary and Street photography article (112 comments in total)

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Direct link | Posted on Oct 21, 2014 at 22:12 UTC as 12th comment
On 'See Impossible': Canon counts down to... something. article (1658 comments in total)

At last! A Leica M10 equivalent for less than $1000. Thank you Canon, we know you can ...

Direct link | Posted on Oct 6, 2014 at 07:02 UTC as 889th comment | 1 reply
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steelhead3: Why do so many people misspell the over used word "whine"?

Prefer beer myself ...

Direct link | Posted on Aug 27, 2014 at 22:00 UTC

The first thought that came to mind after seeing these was "You're kidding, right?". Then I scrolled down and saw RDCollins' "Seriously?" and then more and more coincidental 'appreciations' ...

W5JCK's "Thanks for Showing Up" sums it up beautifully!

Direct link | Posted on May 4, 2014 at 15:43 UTC as 59th comment
On It's a Dog's World in the City of Manila – Philippines challenge (7 comments in total)

That human is starving.
Somebody has to report this to the local Canine Society.

Oh, the picture. Yes I like it too, the strong lighting and swirling smoke completes the sensation of desolation.

Direct link | Posted on Nov 20, 2013 at 18:41 UTC as 3rd comment
On In da pool in the Swimming Pools challenge (11 comments in total)

Well, really! Who does their hair?
Only kidding; it's a beautiful image, not easy to do I know and I hope it's one of a series and you get to sell them.

Direct link | Posted on Nov 19, 2013 at 12:54 UTC as 3rd comment
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Fogsville: "Cyber attacks are one of the unfortunate realities of doing business today. " -Brad Arkin, Chief Security Officer, Adobe.

Well, that is really more dependent on how much money and resources a company decides to put into their security efforts. To say it's 'just part of life' in the very first sentence of a public press release is simply passing the buck. btw, this breach occurred in August or probably earlier. It wasn't even discovered by Arkin, the "Chief Security Officer" but instead by third-party security researchers not even associated with Adobe (Brian Krebs and Alex Holden.) "Chief Security Officer" Arkin was asleep at the wheel.

Anyway, this incident does reflect on how much money and effort Adobe puts into their "security" and on their priorities as a company. And clearly Adobe hasn't had the most stellar track record in respect to its software security.

"And clearly Adobe hasn't had the most stellar track record in respect to its software security."
I'll re-phrase that:
And clearly Adobe hasn't had the most stellar track record in its respect to its customers.
So bollocks to 'em.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 5, 2013 at 10:43 UTC
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gregwill: Just checked the UK pricing. It's not until you start the purchasing process that you actually see the price. (After clicking the "I'm really sure I don't want a full CC subscription" button).

Annual plan is £14.29 a month + VAT
Monthly plan is £22.23 a month + VAT

In the days of internet delivery of software, I fail to see how they can justify ripping off their non-US customers like this. It's not even like they provide British English language packs!

If I was able to rent for $9.99 (about £6.66) a month, I'd probably sign up. But I just don't see why I should pay more than double what US customers are paying.

I'll continue to stick with non-cloud LR5, and PS CS6.

Greg

They're still at it. They're still stupid. They will be still pirated.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 6, 2013 at 12:18 UTC
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stevevelvia50: I think some folks here are missing the point. The maker is demonstrating a useful technique for creative photography which can be expanded upon for all kinds of subjects. There is no debate here, motion in photography is recognized and has been attempted by some of the worlds greatest photographic artists since the fifties, Art Wolfe, Jay Maisel, Ernst Haas, Freeman Patterson.. the list goes on. The negative comments here are from the ill-informed.

Ill-informed? I very much doubt that Maisel and Haas had to shoot over 9,000 medium-format images to get a handful of them to fool some pen-pusher in a so-called culture department to get them out to the public.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 24, 2013 at 09:45 UTC
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Mike L Renner: First time commenter. After years of reading mostly negative comments on this site, I have created an account just to say enough is enough. You people, as a whole, sound defensive, judgmental, angry, and petty, not to mention that through these comments you expose what seems to be a deep rooted envy over others successes. Let the artist have his moment in the sun.

If only he were an artist ...

Direct link | Posted on Aug 24, 2013 at 09:41 UTC
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babalu: like Quino, one of the world'ś most acclaimed cartoonists once titled : "Ni arte ni parte" .

Sólo un morro que se lo pisa.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 24, 2013 at 09:39 UTC
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babalu: I checked him (Rolf Sachs) out in the web. His main virtue seems to be being the heir to Guenther Sachs. Otherwise a rather mediocre self proclaimed artist, who embarked in several different art branches without any remarkable success in either of them.

Ah, this explains a lot. Namely why the BBC couldn't give a hoot about my work, for example - wrong family …
I can't afford a Leica S2 either, or for that matter a year's worth of train fares ...

Direct link | Posted on Aug 24, 2013 at 09:38 UTC

Eight months and 9,077 images on a Leica S2! Even then, any others taken on the way to work on a G9 by hundreds of amateur photographers are at least similar if not better than this 'project'.
The difference is the cheek needed to call it BBC 'culture'.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 24, 2013 at 09:28 UTC as 13th comment
On Prepare yourself for the 41-megapixel watch post (61 comments in total)
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yabokkie: the problem is I don't wear wrist watches most of time becasue I have a mobile.

It's always about the becasues (sic) ...

Direct link | Posted on Aug 15, 2013 at 14:00 UTC
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