Albert Voss

Lives in Germany Berlin, Germany
Joined on Dec 29, 2002

Albert Voss' recent activity

  • The most spectacular und the most beautiful macro pics I have seen for a long while. Fabulous!

  • I found FareStone Image Viewer very useful for me: The Thumbnail/Miniatur-View is highly configurable, sorting is very easy and fast. And the best is the fast outputting of the final slideshow, ...
  • Indeed my problem seems to be the too rigid unterstanding of "sorting". I assumed so far that this needs a common property of the fotos to be sorted: file name, date, other EXIF data. As others ...
  • But basically I want to arrange the fotos, not sort them. Arrange them in an arbitrary order, so that they show up the following way: The "best" first, others later, the rest not at all. Exactly ...
  • Created discussion thread Foto Sorting app for Windows 10
    I need a software to arrange my fotos (from the last holiday trip) in an order of my own decision, not by date or file name (I want to have fotos from differrent days but the same topics ...
  • For me too. With emphasis on kit size. I liked that the lenses are much smaller and considerably lighter than in other systems, even in APS-C as the nearest competitor. But I never liked the small ...
  • The DiMAGE 7 was my first digital camera. As much as I loved the lens built in (a real tele and at least a little bit of wide) as much I disliked the EVF. It may have been better then the rest...

  • This is the correct argument against those converters. But you started with oldbaiting them. And that was not a good argument against them.
  • It may surprise you, but I knew beforehand when these converters were built. One of them I even bought then. But age per se is not a good argument as all the friends of adapted lenses can tell ...
  • Of course I knew where these converters came from and what they were good for. But quite a few people used them in recent years for modern lenses too (against the intentions of Olympus and other ...
  • Created discussion thread Converter or Cropping?
    I have a Panasonic 45-175mm lens and two teleconverters: IS/L A-200 and C-210. I made some test shots in our living room: Camera is an E-M1 on a tripod. The subject is a detail from the poster on ...
  • I had a Pentax ME then. But with bigger and heavier lenses (and they were bigger and heavier very fast then) were comfortable with such small bodies only with an additional grip. A winder in those ...
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