anotherrich

anotherrich

Lives in United States Pacific Northwest, United States
Joined on May 16, 2006

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  • I see that you're right. In my Camera Calibrations tab of ACR, the only available camera profile is Adobe Standard. I've been using Photoshop since it came on 3.5 inch floppies and typically use ...
  • I was still using Photoshop CS5 when I made the V3 move (from the V1 and J1) and found I could no longer use ACR for file conversion and that the newer versions of Camera Raw that included V3 ...
  • Thanks. The V3 was my only camera and the first time without a full-frame body (most recently the D700 with a 20-35). anotherrich
  • I took the V3 to France last fall with 3 lenses: 6.7-13, 11-27.5, and 30-110. My taste leans heavily toward wide and I only occasionally used the longer lenses. It was a great kit - relatively ...
  • A few from an October trip through western France last year (although my taste in color generally leans toward the subtle): Toulouse street color Sarlat harvest offering Sarlat doorway Bayeux facade ...
  • Most cameras are superseded by newer models as the technology evolves, and the 1 series is no exception. However, I'm moved to inject a note of user satisfaction with the V3. I purchased the ...
  • Not exactly BIF, but almost... anotherrich
  • Replied in V2 bag
    I enjoy using my Tenba p 26, which is a small top-loading vertical bag that can hold my v3 (with a lens) above a couple of additional lenses and batteries. I use small op/tech fold-over foam ...
  • My experience is limited to the use of Adobe's Camera Raw (or ACR) running within Photoshop and Nikon's View NX2 which came free with my V3. I first used NX2 because my version of ACR did not ...
  • Replied in A nice walk
    I see the detail and am impressed. That's nice work! anotherrich
  • The moon shot is spectacular - especially as handheld! I might need to consider a new telephoto. anotherrich
  • I bought a refurbished J1 kit with the 10-30 and 30-110 for the price of the 30-110 alone and was very happy with it all (especially the 30-110 and the free J1). It wasn't apparent that any of it ...
  • I'm just now in the process of sorting through many V3 shots from a trip through western France doing more or less what you described. I mostly used the 6.7-13, although I also had the 11-27.5 and ...
  • Personally, I have always downsized my images for public sharing to 800 pixels on the long dimension in order to preclude commercial use by others (which I'll acknowledge as a rather remote ...
  • Thanks for the image compliment. A very compact system camera has been my goal for years, primarily as a travel camera with an ultrawide, which the flexibility of the V3 now seem to provide. The ...
  • I have the kit (V3 + viewfinder and grip), but have never mounted the grip and only occasionally use the finder. My preference is for the body in its smallest configuration (sometimes with the ...
  • "Decisive Moment" by the OP was in homage to Henri Cartier-Bresson's most famous shot: Behind the Gare Saint-Lazare, 1932 (try a Google search)
  • Replied in IR about V3
    Thanks for sharing this. It presents some careful camera to camera comparisons in which the V3 seems to do reasonably well although the comments suggest that default in-camera processing of jpgs ...
  • I no longer think film and digital are comparable. It seems very apparent that digital technology now surpasses what film could do in the same format (i.e. frame or sensor size). I'm finding ...
  • I find it to be the holy grail of my personal desire, a very compact (I don't generally use either the accessory finder or the grip) and capable travel camera producing very fine 16 x 24 inch ...
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