e-pl2 red spot problem

Started Jan 15, 2011 | Discussions thread
Tim in upstate NY
Tim in upstate NY Veteran Member • Posts: 7,120
Re: e-pl2 red spot problem

hoforum wrote:

u are just too ^$%^$%^

wont u shoot lanscapes? wont u shoot sunset? wont u shoot something artistic but with dramatic lighting?

these are all topics of what u said real life photography, if capable photographers should avoid sunset or certain composition to elimiate such ghosting, then that's what really riduculous. u cant stop people discussing here, pls get out of these thread if u have no interest, everyone want peaceful and logical discussion here

. . . Apparently you missed the two sunset photos already posted in this link:

http://www.davidchuaphotography.com/2011/01/07/olympus-e-pl2-review-part-1/

. . . And BTW, I've been participating in these forums here for about seven years now and won't be leaving anytime soon. Not unless the DPR moderators decide that they support your suggestion that I should leave.

. . . And BTW #2, I own an Olympus m4/3 camera and a collection of lenses which means that I'm as qualified as most others here to partricipate in this particular discussion.

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