Ok, it happens.
"Nov 23, 2014 10:47:46Your entry 'A bench in late autumn' has been disqualified from the challenge called 'A bench outside' for the following reason:•Images must be shot after the announcement date of the challenge."
I don't understand ?!? Announcement date: Sunday, 9th November, 2014 Captured: Nov 13, 2014
Boss of Sony: Tried it in the shop. Definitely feels nice in the hand. Pity about the 4/3 sensor.
"the 4/3 is closer in size to the the 1 inch than it is to the APS"
Not true, APSC and MFT are closest sensors in the line.FF-to-APSC=1.5 APSC-to-MFT=1.333, MFT-to-CX(1")=1.35
Bravo Zoran ! Congrats!
Zdravo Zoran, vo ovoj challenge izgleda go pogodiv mood-ot , 1st place.Pozdrav
Thank You Zol.
Congratulations! This picture is fantastic. If not secret, would you mind to give more information about this technique. It is amazing how you managed to freeze the face and the hair with long exposition. Thanks
Cestito prvo mesto.
Thank You d c. for selectve coloring is responsible the cold and gray winter day, I didn't do anything in post.
Bravo. Well deserved first place.
onix: It irritates me that cameras like these going after enthusiasts lack basic features and settings, such as arbitrary long open shutters and time-lapse photography. Why do I have to buy another ($200) adapter just to automate the shutter for time-lapse.
Also wouldn't it be great if there was an API that let us automate more things on cameras via a computer? Imagine using your camera as a webcam, or recording directly to computer HD if there might be a memory limitation. In my case, I'd like to be able to attach the camera to a telescope and microscope to automate some measurement, e.g. strobe photography.
These things seems so simple, and yet so far from getting any attention.
Maybe I'm the only one... someone please cheer me up.
I totally agree. They could also enable electronic shutter for time-laps.
nice shot. well done