Mark McCormick

Lives in United States MA, United States
Works as a Imaging Scientist
Has a website at www.aardenburg-imaging.com
Joined on Aug 19, 2004
About me:

Photography has been my lifelong interest. Digital color management, fine art
printmaking, photographic conservation, and personal family archives are my chosen
areas of expertise.

Comments

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A textbook example of corporate thinking that leads all great companies to eventually go bankrupt!

Link | Posted on Jul 1, 2016 at 02:59 UTC as 148th comment | 1 reply

black on white, white on black... the underlying graphics problem is all the clutter on the dpReview website, but if I was forced to pick (and I just did), the older black background/white text motif hides this clutter better than white backgound/black text. And I say this remark as a person who generally dislikes reading white test on black background.

Time for a true overhaul of the dpReview website aesthetics, not just a quick fix with little design consideration.

Link | Posted on Jun 24, 2016 at 22:40 UTC as 156th comment
On article Manfrotto launches miniature Lumie LED lights (49 comments in total)

Lux is a value for illumination incident upon a surface. It means absolutely nothing as a product specification in this situation if we don't know what distance that surface is away from the light source. Are we talking six inches away from the light source, 1 foot, one meter, etc. I wouldn't be impressed at six inches. I would be impressed at one meter or more. This is a classic case of a corporate marketing department providing an incomplete specification.

Link | Posted on Mar 26, 2015 at 21:15 UTC as 18th comment | 4 replies
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FoveonPureView: They should have also sent another guy off on the tour with a Nokia 808 PureView, which, using the awesome symbian app Camera Pro, would have been able to produce full res 41.48 megapixel jpeg output at jpeg q100%!

Seriously, this was maybe newsworthy at the beginning of the smartphone era a few years ago. But today? Almost everyone understands that smart phones have real camera credentials. We get it. Is this news worthy any longer?

Link | Posted on Aug 30, 2013 at 01:27 UTC
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