I work for an art studio myself. The samples here don't cut it on the artistic front for me. The effect can be enhanced to make it more appealing. Current images on display look kinda incomplete.
That said, the article in itself is not too bad. Better than most of the other totally newbie 'photography 123' type articles being made available in here lately.
I just feel that the samples should have been a lot better to give appropriate 'weight' to the textual content of this article.
MrClick: I beg to differ. This article is quite boring in my personal opinion... unless one is a newbie to this field. There is nothing much to learn at all. What the author suggests is something many of us simply do as second nature.
I think the comments to this article are more interesting and informative (both for enthusiasts and newbies!) than the main article above.
most newbies generally do not take multiple shots as a habit. this article should be written for amateurs and enthusiasts... one or two levels above newbies.
I beg to differ. This article is quite boring in my personal opinion... unless one is a newbie to this field. There is nothing much to learn at all. What the author suggests is something many of us simply do as second nature.
joe6pack: Finally a wireless SD card that can receive. I always wonder what took Eye-Fi so long to come up with a card that receives data. Toshiba has the answer.
A Wi-Fi SD card that can receive can potential mean we can turn any digital photo frame into active photo album, even carry useful information like weather, tweets, etc (overlay text on photo) and this can even be provided as premium solution that requires paid subscription. A lot of people may be willing to buy it if it is done right.
Sadly, timing is everything. With cheap Android tablets going for $99 or less. I no longer see a lot of value.
Where do we get cheap Android tablets going for $99 or less?
axelpix: Instant playback in review mode like LX-3 - PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE!
Did Leica come out with new firmware after a year of the Dlux4 release... similar to that of LX3 by Panasonic? If they did, there is hope!
mpgxsvcd: Looks like a very good and compact super zoom.
Is that an error with the stated max shutter speed? Isn't 1/850 a bit weird/slow to have as a max speed? Should have been 1/1500 or 1/2000 at the least. Or is there an inbuilt ND filter perhaps?