Ikari120378

Ikari120378

Lives in Indonesia Indonesia
Works as a Self Employed
Joined on Aug 20, 2007

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I am not a photographer, whatever it means. But I think I understand how most photographer might feel of today's "photography", and even printshop owners, maybe.

The trend is that everyone can make beautiful pictures in instant, and tend to share it online or just keeping it instead of printing. The "real professional photographers/printshops" might lose some significant job, gradually in the near future.

There will be time when we "ah, look, very beautiful pic... next... next...", when nothing is special as it used to be.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 7, 2012 at 08:33 UTC as 8th comment
On Photoshop CS6: Top 5 Features for Photographers article (98 comments in total)

"...a must-have feature for any landscape/architectural photographer...", I think for architectural photographer in the sense of technical geometry correctness may benefit from it, but for a landscape photo art, where any geometry correction would destroy the art itself, and would consider the lens as garbage since it cannot produce image "correctly".

I do graphic designs, and sometimes photography. With newer CSes, I benefit a lot more in designs or manipulations, than photography. CSes are less for photographers, IMO.

Direct link | Posted on Jul 10, 2012 at 07:55 UTC as 11th comment
On Nokia app increases pressure on camera makers to smarten up news story (141 comments in total)
In reply to:

rondhamalam: What ???????
Nokia ??????
What the heck...

iPhone and Samsung Galaxy are far better, and already implementing photography features.

Nokia belongs to old people. Struggles hard but it's decision to select Windows phone is a total disaster. Lack of apps and boring interface.

If Nokia concentrates on Android it will help.

spoiled little sheep of a false cult aren't you, boy...?

Direct link | Posted on Jun 23, 2012 at 05:15 UTC
On Just Posted: Canon PowerShot SX150 IS review news story (86 comments in total)
In reply to:

Sean Nelson: I find it frustrating that your reviews of AA-powered cameras never properly explain the battery options:

- Alkalines are for emergency use because they can be bought anywhere and retain their charge for decades. But they drain quickly during actual use in high current devices such as digital cameras and you should never use them as a "normal" choice for your camera.

- Lithium batteries (the non-rechargeable ones) have extremely long shelf life and a very high capacity. My experience is that you can get a couple of thousand shots out of them. They're expensive, but perfect if you're going on a trip where recharging opportunities won't be available.

(continued next post...)

Expensive and long lasting might be the attributes of proprietary lithium batteries. Therefore nothing can beat Sanyo Eneloop, for it is cheap and long lasting (except for the compact-size department).

Direct link | Posted on May 15, 2012 at 08:07 UTC
On Similar, but not copied, image found to breach copyright news story (738 comments in total)

Everyone is heading towards Apple-American Hypercapitalism way nowadays. Sue, sue, sue...

Direct link | Posted on Jan 26, 2012 at 05:52 UTC as 100th comment
On Nikon announces D4 'multi-media' DSLR news story (231 comments in total)

"Velocity Meets Versatility"
velocity relates to vector measurement. Do they mean "Speed" instead, or they're planning to throw the camera to someone...?

Direct link | Posted on Jan 6, 2012 at 05:55 UTC as 58th comment
On Lytro Light Field Camera first look with Ren Ng article (224 comments in total)

Somehow I still believe that the trick is to "bracket" or "animate" the picture capturing in high speed frame per second (say, 60 fps with 60 different focus points, and so on). That's how they need a proprietary software to process it, to pick which "animation frame" has the focus point wanted by the photographer.
If I'm right then I'll be laughing in joy in the end, but if I'm wrong then I'll just move on and accept that technology is advancing and the future is near...

Direct link | Posted on Oct 20, 2011 at 03:02 UTC as 57th comment | 2 replies
In reply to:

photonion: DSLR is a relic of the past. Period. We got rid of the film, time to get rid of the mirror. Some of the arguments here remind me the days when people would say that film will never die, digital is for amateurs etc... Gentlemen life moves on, technology moves on, so keep in mind that probably some of you were arguing some years ago that film would never die...

Then there'll be mirrorless cameras with standard SLRs' size...

Direct link | Posted on Sep 16, 2011 at 03:55 UTC

We the old ones who are posting in here, will someday have to completely learn to accept, that something has changed, no matter how you're bragging about "the old ones are the best ever", or "it is like a toy compared to mine, the true professionals'".

Direct link | Posted on Sep 16, 2011 at 01:52 UTC as 3rd comment
On Canon launches PowerShot SX40 HS 35x CMOS superzoom news story (158 comments in total)
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Lupti: 1080p24? The old SX1 IS had 1080p30. Geez, shove 24p up your ar*e, Canon. FZ150 offers 50/60p and you come up with 24p? Fail.

No flash hotshoe...? Are you sure? It is just covered by a hotshoe cap, like the previous model.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 16, 2011 at 01:31 UTC
On Lytro plenoptic camera used for fashion shoot news story (101 comments in total)

A trick of 60 FPS Casio, with focus bracketing...?

Direct link | Posted on Jul 27, 2011 at 09:15 UTC as 42nd comment
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