Kampbyll Photography

Kampbyll Photography

Lives in United States Binghamton , NY, United States
Works as a Photography
Joined on Apr 5, 2012
About me:

Photography is my way of living!

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On Rain, Rain, Go Away in the Indoor portrait shot using only window light challenge (4 comments in total)
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JP: It's all about light, and you've done it so well.

it is about the light i agree on that aspect , i do believe that you could have used a reflector to highlight the shadow areas in this portrait , there is a lot of shadow areas that should be filled in with light , but great portrait overall , just that one little thing that would have made this better

Direct link | Posted on Aug 16, 2013 at 20:19 UTC
On Photoshop CS6 Beta: New Features for Photographers article (176 comments in total)
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pabloban: The only feature I was interested in was the anti-shake or de-blurring function. I saw a presentation of that engine from Adobe a while ago and I was really looking forward to it. However it was only empty hopes. They put all that necessary crap into CS6, yet they still don't let me un-shake my blurry photos. Empty teasing leads to frustration which leads to more people ignoring such company.... Whatta way to go, Adobe!... Heh... Just a luck that where I'm from, it is normal NOT to buy software, but download it from the net instead :> Else, as a paying customer, I would feel really screwed over by these digital snobs :>

get a tripod , that will cut the shake out , not just any tripod you need a good tripod , and some cameras have a function to hold open the mirror , if your camera does , if you use it , it can sharpen your pictures a lot , if you are just looking into software fix , you can try topaz , best of luck

Direct link | Posted on Feb 18, 2013 at 02:50 UTC
On Photoshop CS6 Beta: New Features for Photographers article (176 comments in total)
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Kampbyll Photography: PS is ok , but my view point is very simple , PS to me is an excuse not to buy better equipment , i personally would rather have the best equipment than there is no need to waste my time in PS , i have no need to go to Photo Shop , my pictures look great like they are , and those who waste time there should just upgrade there camera , better yet take better pictures!

i know quiet a few pro photographers across the world , that never touch PS or use any editing whats so ever , because they dont need to , there picture are great enough , i know a lot about PS6 , all i was saying is you can make a great picture without using any editing programs , so what im gathering is you people really think that you have to edit to make a great picture , thats is where you are mistaken , some of the best pictures in the world have never seen an editing program , and yes the glass you use can make a huge diff between a good picture and a great one , im sorry if you think your a photographer and cant get a good picture without PS6 , i can understand a little clean up work , but to change the whole view of the picture is just down right stupid , im not going to sit here and say my pictures are the best but they are good for not editing , and you cant say using software makes you feel like you have any talent , my business is pretty well known in the town i live in

Direct link | Posted on Feb 18, 2013 at 02:26 UTC
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kawasakiman: 5 grand for a camera!!!! come on, do these cameras really cost that much to make? I understand that the R&D for the technology is expensive, but the base camera was developed years ago, these so called "new" cameras are just upgrades with newer chip and processor technology. I'm sure they cost around a quarter of the price to manufacture, maybe less? but if they sold them at a reasonable cost, I know they would sell 1000 times as many units. Drop the D4 to £2000 and then I would snap someones hand off for one. But these big companies are greedy, yes if your a professional and making a living from these cameras, then £5000+ seems reasonable I suppose, but us "enthusiasts" would love the top quality images, built like a tank, all singing all dancing cameras, but at the over inflated prices.....Nikon, you can just forget it........

unless your a pro photographer there really is no need for a $5,000 camera , there are alot of great point and shot cameras out there that can do the job , and $5,000 is cheap for what it can do , yeah your right they could sell alot more at a better price , but then why would we have pro photography , everyone could take the same shot , i have seen cameras as high as $45,000 and im sure they make even more expensive cameras out , the camera is cheap enough , they have taken about 50 % of my customers away due to the cheaper line of cameras
anyway i would never buy a Nikon , Canon is the camera for me

Direct link | Posted on Apr 5, 2012 at 13:05 UTC
On Photoshop CS6 Beta: New Features for Photographers article (176 comments in total)

PS is ok , but my view point is very simple , PS to me is an excuse not to buy better equipment , i personally would rather have the best equipment than there is no need to waste my time in PS , i have no need to go to Photo Shop , my pictures look great like they are , and those who waste time there should just upgrade there camera , better yet take better pictures!

Direct link | Posted on Apr 5, 2012 at 12:39 UTC as 18th comment | 11 replies
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