stratplaya: Serious question for the pro and semi-pro Nikon shooters. What would you like to see in the D5? What do you feel is lacking with the D4s?
Slightly more resolution, better image quality, more fps, bigger buffer, built-in wireless flash trigger, built in wi-fi transmitter and gps, tilted lcd screen, wider spread of AF points across the viewfinder and more AF points, bigger viewfinder, improved focus tracking abilities, get rid of XQD card slot and lastly more endurance of rubber grips :)
Don Kiyoti: This is clearly about the growing problem of some unethical photographers altering the content of their images by adding or deleting elements. There have been some well-publicized cases of this happening. Sometimes it's to "improve" the image by removing something distracting but otherwise unimportant. In other cases it's been to make the image tell a different story, and that's what Reuters can't tolerate.
Despite the wording of the announcement, this has nothing to do with speed. It's all about the integrity of the scene.
You can still crop or adjust levels in Photoshop. So alongside you can do whatever modification you want as well.
Bruce Clarke: Tough on those with cameras that produce crap OOC JPGs!
In press the quality of OOC jpeg doesn't matter at all.
You can add or delete elements in jpeg as well.
The first one is really great, rest is ordinary. Also except the first one I think color would suits better.
Amnon G: Won't the gold color ring have the potential to be reflected off and create image artifacts?
I'm sure it will be antireflexive gold :)
Because world needs more polarizing filters :)
Post about photography: 12 comments.Preview of camera: 300+ comments
Just a Photographer: Am I correct that these new PW IV only have TTL passthrough for the hotshoe and not have a wireless TTL function like the TT-series?
PW's always served me well, but they are a 'little' overpriced.If I had to start from scratch I think I wouldn't opt for Pocket Wizard.
And still no other radio trigger manufacturer has problem with it but PW...
That's correct.I have bad experience with PW Flex and Mini on Canon flashes (reliability, limited range) so I use Phottix Odin.
Luke Kaven: Since the same questions have come up several times:
Sigma's design strategy with its ART primes is to use a greatly outsized image circle. You can retrofit a tilt-shift adapter through Hartblei, and get easily 12mm of shift and sometimes more. The result is superior edge-corner performance, and improved performance wide open.
In trade, the lens is likely to be larger and heavier than other standard primes. Several lenses have been employing this strategy -- the Nikon 14-24, the Zeiss Otus lenses, the Canon 11-24. They are all big and heavy, but they perform beautifully.
Ok, misunderstanding between flange distance a inside diamater of lens mount.
Petka: "much smaller than Canon" is in reality 2,5 mm bigger ;)
These adapters are good for using with medium format lenses with much longer flange distance. For 35mm lenses like Sigma etc. are useless because they prevent you from focusing to infinity.
Looks like some mockup rather then a real camera...
Can this lens be reverse-mounted for macro?
karlwunsch: There's a Slavia Prague flag on pic #8. Was it taken at the Slavia Swimming Pool? There used to be a glass wall like that! That's where I learned to swim nearly three decades ago. Boy this brings memories...
Great observation! ;)
Martinka: + for not another landscape photographer- strange mix of different genres
rjx: Well, you just repeated what I said ;)
+ for not another landscape photographer- strange mix of different genres
Roland Karlsson: So, I have read several comments here. If you say it is fantastic and imaginative you get applauded. If you say you do not like it or it that is quite common, then you are jumped at and someone will demand you show your own imaginative work. The thread itself is more interesting than the pictures. Or maybe not, the thread is actually quite predictive.
Now, regarding the images. I think the first is good. It is unexpected. Why both a flame and a scissor? Makes you think.
The rest are cute. Nothing wrong with them. Nothing special either. The light bulb is a good performance though. Nice that he got the reflections correct.
Eric: "I do not like it" is exactly the same useless as "I like it". But for some reason no one ever wanted anyone to explain what do they like about it.