Magnus3D

Lives in Sweden Sweden
Works as a Freelance 3D artist and photographer
Joined on May 4, 2010

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I do prefer the dark background and white text as it's much easier on the eyes to read but also better when you view photos as the bright background colour will be distracting and annoying.

Link | Posted on Jun 24, 2016 at 22:42 UTC as 154th comment
On Article:8533054559 (70 comments in total)
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Magnus3D: When a Android device is on top of the list, people scream that DxO is overrated and useless. But when a Apple devices tops the list, then DxO is the best thing ever..

Nokia was way before Apple with mobile phone cameras, they were great at their time and the Nokia Lumia 1020 still stands strong as one of the best mobile phone cameras today with great sensor and dynamic range.

Posted on Apr 15, 2016 at 19:24 UTC
On Article:8533054559 (70 comments in total)

When a Android device is on top of the list, people scream that DxO is overrated and useless. But when a Apple devices tops the list, then DxO is the best thing ever..

Posted on Apr 15, 2016 at 08:39 UTC as 8th comment | 10 replies
On article UPDATED: Sony a6300 real-world samples (368 comments in total)
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Magnus3D: I would happily buy this camera if it didn't cost an arm and a leg, at almost 1800 euros it's a bit steep. But love the fluid smooth and fast AF system on this puppy.

Sweden, where our high taxes makes prices skyrocket. I have seen prices above 2100 euros with a lens. But average price here is around 1600 to 1800 euros.

Link | Posted on Mar 5, 2016 at 20:13 UTC
On article UPDATED: Sony a6300 real-world samples (368 comments in total)

I would happily buy this camera if it didn't cost an arm and a leg, at almost 1800 euros it's a bit steep. But love the fluid smooth and fast AF system on this puppy.

Link | Posted on Mar 5, 2016 at 09:07 UTC as 35th comment | 5 replies
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GothamMutt: Umm ... just upgraded to 7.5 I don't see this "format icon" Instagram speaks of. What did I miss?

It seems impossible on Android devices, and it only works on iOS devices. Sad but kinda expected of Instagram to ignore Android users.

Link | Posted on Aug 27, 2015 at 21:44 UTC
On article iFixit tears down Sony's new a7R II to find its secrets (268 comments in total)

Very well built and very impressive engineering by Sony. Good work!

Link | Posted on Aug 19, 2015 at 19:56 UTC as 48th comment
On article Adobe CC Announcements: What you need to know (181 comments in total)
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Joe Mayer: I must be a dino. I have no interest in manipulating any images on my i-anything. I don't see the point in using Photoshop AND Lightroom. LR is simply PS-lite and if you have PS, the "free" LR is of no use unless you really have poor cataloging skills and need a program to keep track of your stuff. As for the new features of PS, well, Adobe has always introduced new touch-feely stuff to attract people to update. In this case, they are giving it to those subscribed and are trying to tempt the hold-outs. I don't need to blur my photos and selecting according to sharpness is something I don't get. If I have a shot with great bokeh, I want to select the sharp part? Most people want to select the model so they can create fake bokeh. I'm sure there's a use for it but I can't figure any for my use so for those who can, enjoy. The only use I've seen for sharp masking is in the selection of a group of photos where you can immediately see which ones nailed focus.

Then we are two dinosaurs here, because i don't see the point in Adobe wasting human resources, time and money on developing for the small platform and it's userbase which Apple's products are in the real world.

They should focus their efforts on pleasing the main userbase instead of a small insignificant group of users using a specific set of devices from one specific manufacturer.

Link | Posted on Jun 18, 2014 at 20:17 UTC
On article DxOMark tests Nokia Lumia 1020's Raw image quality (96 comments in total)
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skytripper: Most people who think a smart phone is a camera don't even know what RAW capability is. To each his own, but carrying a small, high-quality pocket camera at all times is the easiest thing in the world. Who needs a phone that deludes itself that it's a real camera?

Smartphones have never made humans smarter, only dumber. Just look at all those iDiots out there.. :)

Link | Posted on Jan 26, 2014 at 20:24 UTC
On article Integrating the Apple MacBook Air into a pro workflow (346 comments in total)
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Walter: I don't see it as an advert at all..it is just a "working" photographer who has found a set up that works for him. Positive testimony is not necessarily fan boy. Having said that we are all fan boys aren't we....go on admit it. May not be Apple ...might be some crappy old pc that works for you...great! Might even be a turntable from 1970 that plays those crackly old lp's but hey....;)

Criticism is so easy..I sometimes wish people wouldn't be so lazy and try something harder. Now if only Canon would bring out a 5D with Thunderbolt! :)

It's more like this.. as soon as it's an Apple product it has to be written miles of articles about it. But if the same articles would be written about a standard PC laptop with the same specs and performance they would not bother becaues it's not such a hyped product. Writing about Apple products generates traffic for sites like this, it's what they make a living off.

But it makes them look like they sold their souls cheap to Apple.

Link | Posted on Jan 14, 2014 at 13:47 UTC
On article Sample Gallery: Nokia Lumia 1520 smartphone images (64 comments in total)
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springsnow: Is raw really beneficial here? I mean I would think there will be too many things that require post processing (distortions, lens corrections, noise at low ISO) for raw to be worthwhile vs a good/better JPEG engine. I know the benefits of raw on DSLRs and cameras with big sensors, but it seems counter productive on a phone.

If iPhone supported RAW, which it obvously don't then everyone would love it and praise it. No one would question why it's implemented. But as soon as any other manufacturer implements RAW before Apple it's questioned and seen as something stupid and silly which no one would ever need in their mobilephone.

See what i'm saying ? :)

Link | Posted on Dec 30, 2013 at 16:36 UTC
On article Samsung NX300 real-world and test scene samples (93 comments in total)
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cgarrard: Samsung's rubbing elbows with cell phone users is not going to save their photo business (what little there is of it in the first place).

Samsung had a chance to really get ahead of Sony and other mirrorless makers and totally dropped the ball. Then they ran off the field and realized later what they had done. They then try to come back into the game. Uh no... it don't work that way Samsung.

NX300 is old news, stale.

Carl

Reverse the situation and think if Apple released exactly the same camera with exactly the same lens and features. People here would love every pixel of it.

But now when it's manufactured by Samsung, it seems to be a hateobject instead.

Humans are strange..

Link | Posted on Dec 23, 2013 at 19:35 UTC
On article Nikon Df Review (1624 comments in total)

When reading this review i came to the conclusion that the Fujifilm X100S i just bought was a good investment after all, and that at a much more humane price than this retromonster from Nikon.

Link | Posted on Dec 20, 2013 at 19:02 UTC as 240th comment | 1 reply

What's this.. an article which is not about iPhone, iPad or any other iThingy. It feels weird but in a good way to finally read something Android related on this site. :)

Link | Posted on Dec 12, 2013 at 18:15 UTC as 9th comment | 2 replies
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Magnus3D: I have spent the evening playing with the demo since it was released and i like it a lot! it's faster than the previous version although still a bit laggy in the interface. The Prime thingy is great but the preview is so small i can barely see if and what effect it has. I would like to have the preview bigger or a option to apply it to the whole photo so i can actually see the effect it has before exporting.

One tiny little thing still bugs me and it's the croptool, it should work as it does in Lightroom or ACDSee Pro 7 where you can adjust it along any point or corner along the edges and then rotate it by using the rotate gizmos when you move outside the crop area.

Besides that, it's a real nice release!

I always keep the filmstrip with previews in a separate window on a secondary monitor if possible, that way you can easily see which photos you want to process or not.

Link | Posted on Oct 24, 2013 at 08:12 UTC

I have spent the evening playing with the demo since it was released and i like it a lot! it's faster than the previous version although still a bit laggy in the interface. The Prime thingy is great but the preview is so small i can barely see if and what effect it has. I would like to have the preview bigger or a option to apply it to the whole photo so i can actually see the effect it has before exporting.

One tiny little thing still bugs me and it's the croptool, it should work as it does in Lightroom or ACDSee Pro 7 where you can adjust it along any point or corner along the edges and then rotate it by using the rotate gizmos when you move outside the crop area.

Besides that, it's a real nice release!

Link | Posted on Oct 23, 2013 at 20:56 UTC as 47th comment | 3 replies
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