SethG

Lives in United States Savannah, GA, United States
Works as a Aerospace Software
Has a website at www.grenald.com
Joined on Aug 4, 2004

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Sdaniella: Canon is selling their cameras and/lenses with an "Eclipse" pkg

basically, selling the addition of a max ND filter along with any required step-up ring where necessary:

the filter they are specifically promoting is a Hoya filter, here:

HOYA PRO ND100000 (5.0) 67mm (or 3 other sizes)
http://www.hoyafilter.com/hoya/products/prondfilters/prond100000/

The PRO ND100000 (5.0) has a 16 3/5-stops light reduction equal to a ND density of 5.0 and 0.001% transmission factor.

the extremely neutral nature is high and it's most suitable to take a picture of the sun.

this ND100000 can get longer exposures than their other ND1000 (10 Stops) filter

other choices less effective (if more transmission combined options preferred) ...
http://www.hoyafilter.com/hoya/products/prondfilters/

Looks like B&H will have it in about a month

Link | Posted on May 10, 2017 at 23:02 UTC
On article Sigma releases price and availability for sd Quattro H (370 comments in total)
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nerd2: So how on the earth is 25+6+6MP is equivalent to 51MP ?

Just for reference, my DP2 Merrill is a 3x15 megapixel sensor. Sigma would say it's a 46mp sensor. It's RAW files are around 50mb each.

You can't directly compare a Sigma file to a Bayer file just by looking at the numbers, though. My Sigma's output files are 15 megapixels, but they resolve more like a 30mp Bayer image. I've blown up a couple of my Sigma images to 2x3 feet and they look fantastic, which would wouldn't expect on a 15mp file.

Link | Posted on Dec 20, 2016 at 04:14 UTC
On article Brooks Institute announces closure (132 comments in total)
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AustinMN: So...more than 65% of their graduates were in default on their student loans?

I paid my student loans, my wife and I paid hers (she was paying before we were married), both of our daughters have completely paid theirs, and our son has never missed a payment on his.

Are these people just not bothering?

More like most of them couldn't get jobs in the photography biz that paid enough to cover their loans.

Link | Posted on Aug 17, 2016 at 00:24 UTC

Was this Lower or Upper? I thought you could only see the sunbeams at Upper Antelope Canyon. Just for fun, try playing with the white balance. You can get some really amazing colors out of these shots.

Link | Posted on Sep 12, 2013 at 11:59 UTC as 1st comment | 1 reply
On article 11 Cool Photography-Related Kickstarter Projects (48 comments in total)

EZ-Steady came out last year

Link | Posted on Oct 19, 2012 at 05:25 UTC as 16th comment
On article Toshiba announces its first "Flash Air' WiFi SDHC card (40 comments in total)

How is this different than an EyeFi?

Link | Posted on Sep 2, 2011 at 20:46 UTC as 22nd comment
On photo REJ_7496 VSD in the The Business of Photography challenge (24 comments in total)

Back around New Year's I was in Vegas and visited the Peter Lik galleries for the first time, and really liked that tree. Almost bought the framed print for $5000, but wisely decided not to.

One thing I took away from him is that, while there are certain photos that require resources that most of us do not possess (e.g, how many times did he visit that garden waiting for the tree and weather to be "just right" for the two photos he shot there?) others, like Antelope Canyon, are available to any yutz like myself who just goes during the right time of the year with a decent camera and tripod.

Does anyone know a lab that prints on that same metallic paper?

(btw, I know your photo predates his - it's a great one!)
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- Seth -

Link | Posted on Jun 14, 2011 at 16:21 UTC as 2nd comment
On photo REJ_7496 VSD in the The Business of Photography challenge (24 comments in total)

That's a great shot. But I have to ask...is this tree a famous landmark or something?

Link | Posted on May 4, 2011 at 00:42 UTC as 10th comment
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