Take a look at his gallery here:
I won't blather about it, but I like a lot of these images.
michaelrz: I think I've spotted some shadow noise in the third picture.Can you please upload the RAW file?
Best comment ever.
plasnu: Am I the only one who prefers unprocessed image?
This is not a trolling. I honestly thought the processed image is overdone and not beautiful at all, so I'm curious what the other people think.
Xellz, there is enough output in a Nikon SB 700 speedlight to take this shot and illuminate the interior.
CaseyComo: I might try the same thing by using a flash. Less shop, more photo.
I'm not sure it's fair to call "natural light" once you are doing this kind of manipulation.
Jim in AZ: 10 seconds in Irfanview:
Eh, everything has a set of challenges. The example is a case where flash would give a better result with one click.
You have the choice of using a flash to light up the dark areas and underexposing a little to bring out detail in the sky.
I might try the same thing by using a flash. Less shop, more photo.
Gesture: Seems like a neat and useful app for just 3 bucks. 645 PRO = Medium Format Quality? Please do review it.
Yep. Just like putting "Type R" emblems on makes the car faster.
3enson: I wanted to ask dpreview, does this new d3200 has built in focus motor?so there wont be limitation on other nikon lenses... thanx..
Doubt those with a bunch of old lenses are in the target market for this one.
gldaniels: With all due respect to CaseyComo and his/her spouse, my experiences working for a Danaher company have been quite different. I have worked for the same company for over 26 years, and we were purchased by Danaher a few years ago. Since our acquisition by Danaher, we have actually grown our business in both dollar volume, market share and profitability. As a result, our head count has increased dramatically, including promoting from within and recruiting new employees. Danaher has not meddled in our day to day business. Instead, we have implemented the sound Danaher business practices that focus mostly on honesty and integrity in dealing with customers, suppliers and employees. Danaher's remarkable record of growing companies over the long haul, NOT buying, trashing, and selling them, accounts for the continual success of Danaher. I hope the people at X-Rite experience the same positive results that my company has enjoyed. Also, best wishes to Casey's spouse.
Maybe it depends on the co and what was going on at the time of the acquisition. Ours experience was kind of through-the-looking glass. I hope this one goes well for everyone.
Worrisome. My spouse worked for a company that was acquired by Danaher. They are strictly an operations-focused holding company, that prizes reduction in overhead and letting go of all of the higher-paid folks to maximize the numbers before moving on the next acquisition. Think of the boss in Office Space and you will have a good pic of what a Danaher person is like.
makofoto: D4 ... big news will be when DxO get's GoPro support! How many D4 users are there compared to GoPro users?! And GoPro's need lens corrections more obviously then Nikkors
weblog: very lens.
I don't want to jump in on the old very vs indeed bandwagon, but to me it's more indeed. I dread the inevitable piling on by the die-hard totally folks. They are suuuuch losers!
Kinda like an IL Ricoh in a shiny new bumblebee suit. I'm intrigued.
What?!?!?!? How will I ever survive without fake tilt-shift on my phone? It's in the Constitution, people!
Barend: Guess what kind of blur is this: Lens, software or even both?http://www.pictureplaza.nl/barend/images/734d1bcf4951.jpg
I was confused by the blurred area's seeming hrizontal/vertical differences...i.e., it's not round. Maybe it's the angle of his head.
nofumble: I want this iPad apps ASAP to make DSLR people envy.
You deserve that app. You really do.
DVT80111: This is cool. I have used CS4 to make blurry background with old cheap kit lens before. I had tough time at the edges, also time consuming. This new feature in CS6 will make life much easier. Guess what, my upgrade plan to FF is on hold right now.
In denial of what?