Andrea Georgia

Lives in Germany Düsseldorf, Germany
Works as a Academic
Joined on Nov 6, 2013

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  • So sweet, and what a lovely shot! We have seen his cousins at a zoo recently, as they can't typically be found in European backyards. :-)
  • Thank you! A real life and varied shoot-out between the two would be great.

    Even if the Nikon is somewhat better corrected, its poor bokeh, lack of macro and the very short focusing distance that...

  • I'd like to see some real life comparisons with the perhaps better corrected Nikon 35 1.8 Z as I may be adding a FF mirrorless system to my APS-C mirrorless cams sometime next year. What really...

  • An attractive and interesting camera and impressive 24-105 lens - but the weight of this combo, or even the body alone is a total deal breaker for me. I handled it today at a shop, really liked its...

  • As the others here have said already, the Fuji images look underwhelming: very soft, hazy, and flat in raw and jpeg. Detail is there, but not much worth.

    I prefer any of the other 3 renditions...

  • Thanks for the info, Jordan. We really liked your work, and Chris's of course, too. That XT-3 film footage was really good.

  • I thought the exactly same thing, finding the video (and lens) quality of the XT-3 much more appealing, more interesting than whatever the GFX100 has to offer. That thing plus its lenses seem way...

  • Thanks Brian, that's interesting. I saw the white Canon lenses on some pics showing you at work. :-)

    I agree about Samsung's two S lenses, they are absolutely fab. The 16-50S is practically glued...

  • Brian Ach used to be a promoter of Samsung's 28 MP APS-C mirrorless NX1, also for concert and fast VIP photography, a pretty good fit between man and machine back then given his ultra rapid...

  • Thank you for sharing your wonderful image of this beautiful mediterranean sea slug, Marc. It looks very similar to its American cousin of sorts, the Hermissenda Crassicornis, no?
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    These are wonderful images of the interaction between the youngster and the adults. What a great expressive face the little one has, touching and so close to human toddlers. The cam and lens combo ...
  • This is not scientific, but an observation from many, also comparative, pictures I've seen so far: I have found the Z to be more prone to a distinctive tint than other cams on AWB in artificial ...
  • I agree on the pink tint, which detracts from image 1. Quite a few Z images taken in artificial light seem to show more tint than those taken with other manufacturers' (mirrorless) cams in comparison.
  • As the others here have already indicated, the Bamboo 290 gsm is specifically meant for digital photo printing, and like all Hahnemühle papers it's beautiful and full of character. https://www.hahn ...
  • Ah, I see that old thread! :-) Well, my replacement P 600 has never ticked like the first one that drove me nuts and had serious ghosting problems after a faulty initiation with a fatal error and a ...
  • Sadly that's all theory and doesn't pan up in those files from what I can see. I wish this Oly's sensor were equal to my 28 MP BSI APS-C. It's not at all, I'm afraid. The files are much coarser...

  • I really enjoyed this video, Chris and Jordan, although I'm not an Oly shooter and not interested in the system as I'm still working with my NX1 and NX500 and looking to upgrade to mirrorless FF...

  • Wonderful shots. The first one is nothing short of amazing, the colors, the light and the mood, speaking very much for the photographer - as well as for the camera and lens. Exceptional.
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