odpisan

odpisan

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On Adobe celebrates 25 years of Photoshop article (366 comments in total)
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chriscotec: Photoshop is fantastic software but Adobe is obsessed with controlling the market. They can afford to, as there are really no direct competitors at the top level of it's capabilities.

I am one of those who will not pay the cloud fees. I don't need any features that were introduced since I upgraded to CS6. I really could do my work with CS5 in fact. The developments in Lightroom's image processing have been more important to me. My needs are basic compared to some other users but I will not pay the cost Adobe charges for a subscription, for updates I don't need.

Adobe hate people like me. They have already ceased support for my software. I source third party information when I need it. I would love to see alternative software give them some serious competition. I would jump ship in a heartbeat.

Adobe hate people like me too .. so I do not use it anymoore.

Direct link | Posted on Feb 19, 2015 at 13:08 UTC
On CP+ 2015: Hands-on with new Pentax K-S2 article (170 comments in total)
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phoenix15: I think it is one of the nicest color combo. Thank for the report.

I agree

Direct link | Posted on Feb 12, 2015 at 17:17 UTC
On CP+ 2015: Hands-on with new Pentax K-S2 article (170 comments in total)
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prossi: These new Pentax dslrs look fugly. There, I said it.

I am old - BUT I love oportunity to get camera in colour that I love.
BTW: I do not like black at all.

Direct link | Posted on Feb 12, 2015 at 17:15 UTC
On CP+ 2015: Hands-on with new Pentax K-S2 article (170 comments in total)
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David Hurt: Who would want a camera that color????

& ME !!! Wonderful color combination!

Direct link | Posted on Feb 12, 2015 at 17:11 UTC
On Hands-on with the Pentax K-S1 article (344 comments in total)

Pentax K-50 is better&cheaper

http://www.dpreview.com/products/compare/side-by-side?products=pentax_ks1&products=pentax_k50

Direct link | Posted on Oct 13, 2014 at 11:00 UTC as 10th comment | 1 reply
On DSC_8300 photo in dpreview review samples's photo gallery (7 comments in total)

I miss "action" photos - photos of fast mooving objects/subjects by those samples . Why are souch photos so rare? Especially photos of indoor sports with poor light conditions ...

Direct link | Posted on Jul 24, 2014 at 11:12 UTC as 1st comment
On DSC_8486 photo in dpreview review samples's photo gallery (2 comments in total)

I miss "action" photos - photos of fast mooving objects/subjects by those samples . Why are souch photos so rare? Especially photos of indoor sports with poor light conditions ...

Direct link | Posted on Jul 24, 2014 at 11:10 UTC as 2nd comment

Can you remember the moment or photograph that inspired you to pursue photography?
....................
I started more than half a cetury ago with my mama's Roleiflex & on first photo was ... mother, ofcourse.
:o)

Direct link | Posted on Apr 22, 2014 at 10:45 UTC as 4th comment
On Sony Alpha 7S in low-light: See video at ISO 409,600 article (244 comments in total)

Amazing - amazing - amazing !!!

I WILL buy it in the near future!

Direct link | Posted on Apr 14, 2014 at 16:37 UTC as 12th comment
On Enthusiast interchangeable lens camera 2013 roundup article (467 comments in total)
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BNapa: When I shot weddings regularly about 7 years ago. I suffered through Canon's sub par focusing and flash system. I envied my friend's Nikons for what Canon lacked. Then again I was shooting mid-range Canons and they were shooting high-end Nikons.

When I picked up my Pentax K5IIs, I had high hopes that the focusing would be better than my 6D's but it was not.

What I charged did not warrant or support buying high-end Canon or Nikons to get a camera that would focus when i asked it to. I have high hopes that K3 would be the camera.

I would gladly use manual focus just so the camera allows me to triger the shutter at the right moment. But my eyesight is not what it used to be so I have to rely on autofocus.

I miss a lot of good shots because of the focusing problem. My 5D, 7D and now the 6D and the k5IIs all have the same problem.

Do I have to switch to Nikon to get it done?

Try by Pentax:
- put on MF lenses
- switch on AF (!!!)
- keep the trigger down
- camera will not take photo until centre is sharp
- when you get the bet sharpness, camera automaticcaly takes a foto
With a little practice you can shoot almost fast as with AF by AF-lenses ...
It works by mine ...
:o)))

Direct link | Posted on Nov 26, 2013 at 16:12 UTC
On Nikon Df preview (2792 comments in total)
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NCB: Physical dials versus rear screen. I think DPReview has missed the point here, for two reasons:
1) some of us find rear screens cluttered. When we want to take a pic we don't want to have to scan through the info squeezed onto the screen to find out what were looking for, and check when we've altered it. Screens are a pain. The dials separate out the information, and are much easier to see at a glance what a particular thing has been set to. And indeed to alter that thing.
2) some of us wear glasses for reading, but not when taking pics. Rear screens are not easy to read for us people, one reason why I never buy a camera without a viewfinder. Dials don't present the same problem.

10 points!
I sign your words of wisdom!

Direct link | Posted on Nov 7, 2013 at 17:30 UTC
On Nikon Df preview (2792 comments in total)
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ZecaMuzzio: Congrats Nikon! A camera made for those that were taking photos since Nikon F, F2, FM, FE and the like. Too bad young people don't know what this means. Time when there was no auto-focus, computers inside cameras, and awesome photos were been made nevertheless. Time when to be a photographer it meant a lot of hard work. Yes, no movie making! this is a camera for photographers, yes, freezing moments. Yes, buttons and dials just the way it was before, operating this camera it's like drinking water. Yes, no menus and distractions, all the commands we need to take great shots are right there ready to work. Perfect, yes the sensor from D4, pro sensor for pro photographers, no whistles and bells. The price is just perfect, not on the high end as the D4 and it could not be cheap as the low end cameras. Well done Nikon! finally here! What a GREAT option for photographers that once were and still are kicking _ _ _ out there looking for the right camera! An instrument for the experts!

10 points!
I sign your words of wisdom!

Direct link | Posted on Nov 7, 2013 at 17:17 UTC
On Nikon Df preview (2792 comments in total)
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JimWongyyz: Seems those born after 1980's don't appreciate workmanship and good design.

Sometimes I wonder if they prefer Casio over Rolex. If they argue that a Casio has more functionality and more accurate than my Rolex, how should I answer.

10 points!
I sign your words of wisdom!

Direct link | Posted on Nov 7, 2013 at 17:11 UTC
On Nikon Df preview (2792 comments in total)
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chooflaki: I am quite interested this camera. I have always found menu driven controls frustrating. Never been able to be completely comfortable. Having all the controls which I use 90% of the time within easy hands reach makes this camera very tempting. Most of the negativity I have read seems like nitpicking or irrelevant for my purposes. I don't care about video. superfast frame rate, 51 point focusing and shorter battery life. I do think though that it looks a bit clunky and I hope the focusing screen is interchangeable in case It is not entirely satisfactory. I have some gem legacy lenses that I would love to use again. Not a deal breaker at this stage even at the current price. I recall when the Fuji X100 was released. Plenty of underserved negativty. But now an accepted success story.

10 points!
I sign your words of wisdom!

Direct link | Posted on Nov 7, 2013 at 17:08 UTC
On Nikon Df preview (2792 comments in total)
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Nowelly: I find these comments incredible. As a current Nikon user, an ex-Canon user (back to the days when it all started with the EOS 650), I have to say that the Df is a refreshing addition. I will also say, as a Nikon user, in photography, ergonomics mean "ease of access to the majority of critical exposure and mode controls at a heartbeat" (because often in photography, you need to make a split second decision, not browse through endless menus and two-handed command dial + button options). Photography is all about getting that vital shot, not about faffing with over-complicated gear and impressing your mates with what hangs around the neck. The Df offers a return of that elusive one-turn dial adjustment or flick of a switch, made possible without removing an eye from the viewfinder ... many photographers will view that possibility alone, with D4 sensor, as worth it's weight in gold.

10 points!
I sign your words of wisdom!

Direct link | Posted on Nov 7, 2013 at 17:02 UTC
On Nikon Df preview (2792 comments in total)
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photoad: Knobs and dials that stay where you put them.
Knobs and dials that you can see at a glance.
Knobs and dials that you learn their position.

All killer features.

It might even fit in your pocket?

I was hoping for 16Bit RAW

I use several FX Nikons and a V1. The V1 is silent and the fastest thing in the world. Plus it's RAW.

My point: forgetting the styling, the practical functionality of the Df is unsurpassed in today's SLRs, but the pedestrian frame rate lets it down if you want to fire off a quick burst. Hence the speed that a mirrorless mode can offer is the next big thing. That would either be a 'retina' viewfinder that is truly real time, or a locked up mirror and an electronic shutter.

Back to this camera, it was a long wait for a return to basics. Thank you Nikon.

10 points!
I sign your words of wisdom!
:o)

Direct link | Posted on Nov 7, 2013 at 17:00 UTC
On Nikon Df preview (2792 comments in total)
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Nowelly: To zyghom.... You are missing the point of a camera. A camera is for shooting still images. Today's DSLRs are just so crammed with unnecessary gimmickry (you want video - get a video camera, does the job better, you want to get the exposure right - learn about light, photography and exposure, then you will, and you won't just have to rely on the machine in your hands)... This camera is designed for the purist (and there are many out there who WILL buy it), young and old (or middle like me!). Some of the most famous pictures in history were taken on old Nikon F cameras, by some of the world's most highly acclaimed photographers. Did they need live view or video, or button, command dial and menus in a screen? Nope - none of it. Did they take their pictures effortlessly: yes. Dials are the most efficient way of adjusting the major settings in a camera - why change the winning formula? Why not turn it into an object of beauty too (which it is).

Right!
10 points!
:o)

Direct link | Posted on Nov 7, 2013 at 16:57 UTC
On P1000368 photo in dpreview review samples's photo gallery (1 comment in total)

What is the point of those photos? Such photos can make almost every new camera nowadays. This gallery is senseless without extreme light conditions, sport action, fast moving objects etc.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 13, 2013 at 15:39 UTC as 1st comment

"Every beggar praises his own bag!" always said my grandpa almost a 100 years ago & that is the same situation with new "bag". :o)

Direct link | Posted on Aug 13, 2013 at 09:47 UTC as 28th comment

Never had such a problem - but my friends do.
I am very satisfied with my GX20 (Samsung 18-35 mm, Pentax 35mm/f2, Sigma 70-300 mm, Pentax 50mm/f2 MF) + Panasonic FZ28. I must admit that I follow the development of photo-technology & sometimes I think that new Pentax 5 II would be a nice choise. BUT at the end counts only a photography & do not think that my photos would be much better because of new camera.

Direct link | Posted on Jul 10, 2013 at 09:06 UTC as 92nd comment
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