Roger99

Lives in Australia Australia
Works as a Artist
Joined on Sep 27, 2004

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  • Thanks for clearing that one up.  It's what I suspected but not being American... Question then is who is the implied holder of the copyright in a case like this? I don't think this guy has that ...
  • Of course.  That's why it's cowering under the chair over there.
  • Replied in OMG!! Genius...
    ... is what I would like to have been saying. Someone has got to put the breaks on these tech companies.  Aren't they trawling for enough information about us already without our camera's going ...
  • ...they really don't have a leg to stand on which is why they are coming down on you so hard. They are intimidating you into standing down. HOWEVER if you don't get legal advice (and be totally ...
  • That can only go so far though because physics. A mobile phone camera can (probably) never have the capabilities of a larger dedicated camera so actual cameras will only become obsolete when the ...
  • I've never really trusted any in site reviews.  I even have trouble trusting other review or complaint sites.  All it takes is a friend of the company and a couple of accounts to whip out a bit of ...
  • I severely doubt that your account was suspended just for that 2 cent claim.  Wasn't it more likely the result of how you put your idea forward? Maybe they got the idea from you and that was why ...
  • This from above, this from behind and this straight ahead. There was one guy I heard of that had his prosthetic eye replaced with a stills camera.  This is the closest thing I have seen to a need I ...
  • Replied in Moiré pattern
    What ya got there is commonly known at a moiré pattern or moiré effect .  It is the result of the grid of the pixel sites on your sensor lineing up with the linear pattern of the brickwork changing ...
  • I just use the automatic white balance in Paint Shop Pro (there must be equivalents in other programs). You put an eyedropper in an area expected to be white or neutral grey and it will correct it ...
  • since the experience of colour is largely subjective, the result of expectation of the brain and you only see colour in the close center of your vision (the brain inventing the colours expected ...
  • It's a long story and this certainly isn't close to the whole answer but... I have found ever since I was 14 that I could see the world much clearer through photographs than I could through my ...
  • Replied in Yes
    We used to try to do that back in the days of film but all we got was tsunamis in the print developing tray.
  • ...and as we all know, electrons aren't that stupid.  They know to ask for directions and the radical ones know they can go the wrong way on a one way cable (if they aren't observed that is).
  • Replied in Hey c'mon ...
    Dunk it in a bath of warm water before uploading it to the computer and it will extend it's ISO response as well (with way more noise of course).
  • Well it must be right then because as all successfully married men know, the wife is always right.
  • Replied in Yes
    Of course, and if you shake it hard enough you will turn all the shots into snow scenes.
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