Michel Cojan

Michel Cojan

Lives in Canada Montreal, Canada
Works as a graphic designer/photographer
Joined on Apr 12, 2005

Michel Cojan's recent activity

  • Really nice and "impressionistic" experiment! I like them and I like the idea - There's room for exploring even more I believe, and create a sort of a "picturesque" series... I hope you think of ...
  • «Minimum focus distance is 38mm.»
    Should read 38mm (millimeters) or 38cm (centimeters) ? not exactly the same...

  • tony2 - DPR stands for "Digital Photography Review", so a website dedicated to photographic information and issues. On the other hand, the discussions was about a new photo editor available for Mac...

  • Toni2, this thing is only available for Mac... so how on earth would you "NEVER had this problem on my old laptop with windows 7..." ???!!!

    Now, the only thing I said is that trying to open 10-12...

  • tried it today... frankly, not impressed... All right, it's still in beta version, but tried a "simple" thing like opening a short series of 10-12 RAW images (things I do regularly in Photoshop or...

  • Salut André ! Glad you like it. You know I like mine since day one (bought it 2 years ago already, and checking the clicks recently I am somewhere around the 7000 clicks mark... so I did some ...
  • «Félicitations» on your puchase ! As you already know, I love my P7800 and use it regularly in tandem with my "serious" camera, (another gem) the Rich GR - different sensors, different approaches, ...
  • Hi Rube -  I hope you don't mind - I took the freedom to play a bit (further) with your latest B&W version (which I find better than first): so, I added a bit of vignetting (to "tonally separate" ...
  • Hi riveryeti - I'm no specialist in aerial photography, but... : 1.) - A Cessna's wing should induce enough vibration to the camera, thus sensor/lens alignment (parallelism) could be degraded at ...
  • Very nice work Rube! (I would only add more contrast in the B&W picture - but that's me...) well, 28mm... cropped! I often use the 35mm setting (and full opened aperture) on the GR for the same ...
  • 1.) Who feels that? 2.) How a 1″ (13.2 x 8.8 mm) would perform better ( photographically speaking) than the APS-C sized sensor (23.7 x 15.7 mm) found in the GR (and the coolpix A at that...) The ...
  • I really don't understand why this incredible demand (urge?) for a "slimmer" GR ? The way it is, the GR looks to me really the smallest & slimmest of any device that could still be called "a ...
  • Harold, they're at least 3 cameras using this lay-out and it works perfectly well (yes, the EVF + eyepiece are sticking a bit out of the body, adding to the bulk); one, I own it, is the Nikon ...
  • Even keeping the APS-C sensor inside (BIG +) and the actual configuration of the GR, there is enough "room" to add a built-in EVF ( behind the integrated flash ...) so, who knows, maybe we'll ...
  • Replied in No new GR?
    That's the description of the Sony RX1 - @ around $3000 it's all yours... (the GR is/was around $700... even less these days...)
  • Impressive indeed !

  • I use exclusively DNG - develop in LR-5.5 (Mac) - everything works like a charm.... Cheers, MC
  • Thanks for visiting my gallery and comments Lightpath! Yes, for more than a year my only camera was the P7800 (coming from various DSLR and lenses) and I still have it / use it a lot, in ...
  • «Bonjour» & Thanks André ! I still have my P7800 and use it a lot, along with my «new» Ricoh GR - I like both cameras & find they complement each other quite well, the Ricoh being a fixed wide ...
  • I suppose you refer to OOC jpegs... Ever shot DNG (RAW) files (since the camera offers that format)? Still don't get it - I have absolutely no problem with either white balance or metering and ...
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