peevee1: Great photographs!
Tiny sensors are the best for macro. People buying FF or even APS-C for macro are just clueless. m43 unfortunately is the smallest ILC format with native macro lenses, but sometimes manual focus etc is just fine, and then cameras with even smaller sensors should be used. Or simply P&S if the built-in lens is OK for macro.
If Pentax ever gets around to making a dedicated supersharp macro lens for Q, something like Q10 will suddenly start to make a lot of sense.
Thanks for all those replies.
Just beautiful images Alexey.
I'll bite. Why are tiny sensors best for macro?
orion1983: a bit better pix here.... http://www.fotopolis.pl/index.php?n=17822&p=1
Nice! Is that a hotel for the rich and famous?
Wodheila: Great to see pics of Brian Jones. Although the band obviously generated great music post Brian, I always felt the "Stones" as we had grown up with, died with him.
* crickets * crickets *...
They all sell out? Did Neil Young sellout?
G3User: Some of these look blurry. They must have been using Canon cameras. They should have used the Nikon F100 or F6. I must say the B&W conversion is convincing though.
Weren't these shot on the Samsung Wave S8500? This item belongs on Connect
plasnu: A professional and unbiased review. I'm sick of Steve H or someone's unprofessional impressions on their commercial BLOG.
I didn't know about Steve H. Thanks for the tip.
KodaChrome25: I'm not commenting on the alleged cheating, but I find it odd that a person who joined summer 2010, is a photographer, and apparently a teacher of photography, has not commented on anything, and not written in any forum, and not written any articles.
I can't answer that. Only you can. But I find it odd.
I'm not commenting on the alleged cheating, but I find it odd that a person who joined summer 2010, is a photographer, and apparently a teacher of photography, has not commented on anything, and not written in any forum, and not written any articles.
Lee Jay: "5 must-have iPad apps for every photographer"
I'm a photographer. I don't have an iPad, or any other Apple products of any sort. In fact I don't have a tablet of any sort either. Getting a decent smartphone got rid of any interest I had in a tablet.
Guess it's not for every photographer, huh?
@Plastek - "...doesn't mean every photographer in the universe." LoL.
kchiu1983: No Snapseed???? How come!?
I like it. Especially the composition.
UnTone: hey, you forgot the best 2 - Pixlr and Snapseed.
Snapseed was 4.b
I like the color. Did you adjust the color any?
This is cropped. The more "panoramic" version is here:
Congrats! Nice photo!
Interesting that several commenters mentioned the bag. In photo school (in the 70s!) the instructor once talked about "Should one modify the environment before taking the photo? Would that be ethical?"
Would it have mattered if Mr. Tang moved the bag out of view beforehand? What about if he removed it digitally in post?
Same here. I like them both. Also like a lot at his website. Nice work.
It is reminiscent of the Windows background...
But nicer I think. Was this a jpeg from the camera or raw converted?
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