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Isn't that difference not just what happens in four years in the camera industry? The RIII was released in 2017 and is still an absolute perfect camera for stills photography, while the IV is the most recent derivative is offering more balanced specifications and is looking into video.
It would be a surprise if the IV is not the better cam, but both are at such a high level that it is wrong to talk about better and worse - it is more about improvement and refinement.

Link | Posted on Feb 2, 2022 at 05:19 UTC as 41st comment | 2 replies

... nicely written and extraordinary images - that is really a story! Using a drone gives you so many more options regarding visual story telling especially for landscape photography. Many thanks for such a phantastic article. It reminds in which extraordinary times we are living and that covid is not the only thing we might talk about.

Link | Posted on May 1, 2021 at 14:43 UTC as 14th comment

Affinity - such as others - is a piece of software, and most people like to use the product they have started with. That is what happenend with the first word processor software products on a PC too. Hence, the Adobe guys love what they know and used to ... it is so understandable. When I started image processing there were mature versions of Capture One and Adobe available, and soon after Affinity appeared. So, I did not have too much of experience with other products before started using Affinity ... and for me it worked quite well. I like the speed and the integrated approach having RAW processing power and image processing features. The RAW engine is not too limited, but manageing highlights was quite under averaged ... I have to look whether it is now improved. Overall Affinity is - same like other products - a good product, not without flaws but well worth its price and performance.

Link | Posted on Feb 6, 2021 at 07:08 UTC as 22nd comment

Many thanks for this interesting software. It sounds a bit like an adjustable tone mapping process which is available in Affinity Photo too. There you have a slider to decide between original image and full HDR/SDR image. CarVac - is it working like this? That is indeed an interesting approach because it helps to rescue images from being too contrast-rich.

Link | Posted on Jan 25, 2021 at 19:08 UTC as 31st comment | 1 reply
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