pako

pako

Lives in United States NYC, United States
Works as a chômeur
Has a website at www.pakodominguez.photo
Joined on Jan 1, 2003

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On article Best online printing services (145 comments in total)
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photomikeleth: Seriously these are the BEST?????? You picked a select number of large discount printers and you labelled them as the "BEST ONLINE" what about many of the smaller labs that offer on-line printing. Many, if not most, smaller professional labs offer an on-line service and I bet their printing is far superior to any of the ones listed. My company does as well but nobody contacted me (of course I am not in the US and not a huge discount place). Really when smaller businesses need the money you promote the big multi-million dollar ones. Oh yah because they drop money in advertising or have more sway then the small companies.

Have you try their Fine Art Prints?

Link | Posted on May 12, 2020 at 23:41 UTC
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fferreres: I recently used Printique to design and print a hardcover photo book. It was a simple project and the end result was very positive. It had 59 pages and was 12.5".

https://www.printique.com/app/showbook/fferreres/book/Bailaoras-2019-v0-95-Copy/

nice photos, nice book. Congrats!

Link | Posted on Nov 29, 2019 at 19:02 UTC
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Magnar W: You don't need a slow camera to work slow.

You are right!

But, the text doesn't say he was working slow either.

Even if you meant "work slow" as a "mindful way to work", opposing a "machine-gun style", I find your comment unnecessary. And I think that, as a photographer myself, I need to defend a (good) comrade. Your comment sounds like (and that is just MY perception) "just another hipster".

Dave Burnett is a seventy-something years old working photographer that can shot with a wooden view camera if he wants. Working slow or fast doesn't really matters. He could be shooting with his iPhone and Hipstamatic app and the result will still be great!

I still remember the impact I had when I saw his photos of the 2012 London Olympics: https://www.davidburnett.com/gallery.html?gallery=London+2012+%2F+Olympics

But, hey! He doesn't need me to defend his work, or the way he do it.

Enjoy the rest of the day.

Link | Posted on Nov 15, 2019 at 14:24 UTC
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D7000ShooterUK: What an interesting camera! I would love to get a opportunity to use one of these! However, I am a firm believer in using the right tool for the job and this format is too slow and cumbersome for this job.

he also shoot with his iphone
is that fast enough for the job?
https://www.instagram.com/p/BhezSvLFPhm/

Link | Posted on Nov 14, 2019 at 15:00 UTC
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Gandolphi: Has anyone seen a result?

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10157589252043904&set=a.37094658903&type=3&theater
This is from Monday's parade in NYC. Processed by VIsta-CRC in NYC. I don;t know if Dave have someone in DC that can process his film that fast...

Link | Posted on Nov 14, 2019 at 14:49 UTC
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halfaman: Amazing that he is still doing this with 73 years, that is real passion. All those guys around him with DSLR's are doing pretty much the same photo, he tries to get something different. We need more David Burnetts in photojournalists, and I am not talking about film or LF cameras.

Photographers never retire...

Link | Posted on Nov 14, 2019 at 14:42 UTC
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Magnar W: You don't need a slow camera to work slow.

I think Dave was working fast with a slow camera. That's the challenge.

Link | Posted on Nov 14, 2019 at 14:07 UTC
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HaroldC3: If you haven’t heard Helen Oster left Adorama. She was the ambassador of fixing issues. Helen detailed the poor treatment she experienced while she worked there as well as the lack of acknowledgement of her achievements and contributions when she left. Google her and you should find it. I will not be shopping Adorama again.

No Idea. I don't know Helen Oster. Nor her working conditions.
Probably she have ALSO good things to say about Adorama, or her former coworkers.

Link | Posted on Oct 4, 2019 at 15:15 UTC
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HaroldC3: If you haven’t heard Helen Oster left Adorama. She was the ambassador of fixing issues. Helen detailed the poor treatment she experienced while she worked there as well as the lack of acknowledgement of her achievements and contributions when she left. Google her and you should find it. I will not be shopping Adorama again.

Well, if she left, most probably she doesn't have good things to say about her former employer.

Link | Posted on Oct 4, 2019 at 14:39 UTC

Well, if she can live with that viewfinder...

Link | Posted on Jul 4, 2017 at 16:13 UTC as 14th comment
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Tazz93: Hmm... So they are selling a soft, optically simply, manual focus 85mm 1.8 for $20 - $100 more than better offerings from Canon and Nikon. I'm not sure who the target market is on this one. I could be wrong, but the sample shots don't terribly impress me (albeit not terrible either). Maybe there's more to it than than the 4 element design suggests.

As far as I know, nor Nikon or canon have a 85mm soft focus lens on their current line....

Link | Posted on Jun 27, 2017 at 18:37 UTC
On article Analog gems: 10 excellent, affordable film cameras (950 comments in total)
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pako: I have a beautiful Minolta x700 with Motor Drive (and I can add a Minolta 35mm f2.8) for sale if you want... ;-)

I also have a couple of Olympus XA and a couple of Minolta Hi-Matic AF, but I will keep those ones...

Link | Posted on May 23, 2017 at 23:32 UTC
On article Analog gems: 10 excellent, affordable film cameras (950 comments in total)

I have a beautiful Minolta x700 with Motor Drive (and I can add a Minolta 35mm f2.8) for sale if you want... ;-)

Link | Posted on May 23, 2017 at 23:30 UTC as 143rd comment | 1 reply

there is a Win10 app also, that in mode Tablet allow you to upload photos to your stream

Link | Posted on May 9, 2017 at 19:24 UTC as 2nd comment
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Sir Nick of High Point: Are the M-Mount versions rangefinder coupled?

yes! you are right. sorry...

Link | Posted on Feb 27, 2017 at 21:57 UTC
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Sir Nick of High Point: Are the M-Mount versions rangefinder coupled?

well, not the one on E-Mount ;-)

Link | Posted on Feb 27, 2017 at 21:41 UTC
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Sir Nick of High Point: Are the M-Mount versions rangefinder coupled?

nope (as far as I know)

Link | Posted on Feb 27, 2017 at 18:33 UTC
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babart: Will be interesting to see performance figures, as there are Sony E to Fuji X adapters. While both Sony and Fuji produce excellent glass, for some who use both mirrorless brands it might allow purchasing one lens for both full-frame and APS-C formats. That said, however, at f/2.4, the IQ would have to be extraordinary.

http://www.kipon.com/en/articledetail.asp?id=103
I don't know if "extraordinary". I tried the 35mm (on M-mount with adapter on my A7R) and I'll go for it as soon as it get back on stock at Adorama

Link | Posted on Feb 27, 2017 at 16:16 UTC

Richard Avedon.
Or Martin Chambi.
Or William Klein.

Link | Posted on Nov 16, 2016 at 15:21 UTC as 80th comment
On article Lens shootout: Sony RX10 III destroys the competition (501 comments in total)
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pkcpga: Not sure I'd ever see a reason to buy the rx10, it's pretty large for a so called compact. I'd rather buy a m4/3 and get better image quality and have the ability to change lenses, as a bunch of m4/3 cameras with normal zooms are smaller and lighter. Or even Sonys own a6300. I guess if you really need that much reach, but for me if I did need the reach, I'd want I tripod and better tracking anyway.

this is not a "compact" but a "bridge" camera.

Link | Posted on May 26, 2016 at 16:56 UTC
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