kierenlon

kierenlon

Lives in United Kingdom London, United Kingdom
Joined on Dec 26, 2013
About me:

Photography is a hobby for me

kierenlon's recent activity

  • Got a warranty with the fix?
  • Nice pictures, really nice colours and framing. I know the tree can't be helped, but I find it really distracting in the 2nd photo. Have you cranked up the sharpening or clarity in post-processing? ...
  • I think it is a good deal you should snap up. The 35mm is light, a good range and both sharp and has a wide aperture, so good for indoor shots. Others may differ, but in mu opinion, the tokina lens ...
  • Assuming wifi, you might be competing for signal if a neighbour has set up on the same band.  Try switching to another.  There are apps that will show you what is in use and you can use that info ...
  • Created discussion thread May want to avoid updating to 10.13.4
    https://www.computerworld.com/article/3267865/mac-os-x/latest-macos-update-cripples-enterprise-docks-blanks-external-screens.html As per the link, users are complaining about screen issues.
  • I suppose not.   Thats a forum by nature and DPreview has it's reputation. The forums are little like a dance.  A few posters have resorted to name calling as a form of put down but all quite civil ...
  • Finally.  It took you 7 pages but you got there
  • I say black you say white It was a limiting factor - the point of the OP is look what skill did with that limiting factor. Yes, it is certainly easy to find countless examples where people have not ...
  • Yes - clearly from the video The first post commented on how planning overcame the limitation of the large depth of field.  Shot planning, lighting planning etc. Again - this is the while point of ...
  • It doesn't negate my point at all.  I think you have created your own bias. I think it is quite clear in the OP I was referencing the small sensor on a common (phone) device.   I also empathised ...
  • Exactly.  Thank-you.   I was begining to think I wasn't making an sense. I
  • No disagreements from me there.  A suitable tool for the job is always a good start. Adding gear is not the differentiating factor though, it's the skill, the knowledge, the experience - which, ...
  • Assumptions and name calling?  Why assume I don't know the amount of work?  Did you read the thread?  I have repeatedly mentioned the value of work - namely planning, lighting, set design, story ...
  • My point is that I am not believing marketing.  Time and time again, I have said it is not the gear.  Planning and use of light, MUAs, set design, knowledge produced a production worthy music.  ...
  • Thats a leap & wrong. Thats is also wrong. I've pointed out my current phone is old and damaged. Well of course.  Forums are full of disagreement.
  • What do you do at an accident?   Call for help, save a life. Oh wait,  your phone wont work because some clown across the street is jamming the network to avoid ringtones in a speech.
  • Touche Mostly just a coolpix A these days (same sensor as D7000).  I curate & edit on the phone
  • Really?  DPreview members are a tough crowd.   It's professional grade work - good enough for public consumption. Yes it does.  It proves the whole point of the thread, as denoted by the subject. F ...
  • I shoot in 3x2 as that is what my sensor is but if I am printing pictures for the wall, I usually crop to 5x4.   Annoyingly & repeatedly, I don't keep this in mind when capturing the image.
  • Well it was in my last post.  :)   I tagged the thread with the device but did mention that "it's not about the gear " I agree 100% You have high standards.  I think it is excellent but I am not in ...
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