Lin Evans

Lin Evans

Joined on Oct 14, 1999

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  • This may be of some help in explaining how artists (painters) use the terms "color, hue, tone, etc" - https://www.craftsy.com/blog/2013/05/hues-tints-tones-and-shades/ Lin
  • Replied in Meanwhile . .
    Major Tonal Difference Between Upper And Lower Arrows On SD Quattro H Hi Ted - there is little measurable tonal difference in all the four images on the lower arrow. Primarily just brightness ...
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    Now put subtle tonal differences beside one another representing different portions of the color spectrum and you may find quite a different result - we are confusing the issue using this type ...
  • Replied in D800 question
    Thanks guys - I was looking at possibly modifying the D-19 rubber eye cup for a different purpose but the outside circumference of the eyepiece mount is a bit larger than my requirement... Best ...
  • Replied in D800 question
    Thanks much Pete!!! Best regards, Lin
  • Created discussion thread D800 question
    Can a D800 owner tell me the diameter of the outside of the eyepiece ring? Thanks, Lin
  • Yes,  but that's totally impossible for a superzoom - It's like my Pentax Q - I would love a really long zoom for it, but the most I can have is about 300 mm equivalent. To get to Nikon P900 ...
  • I would say your assertion is an example of confirmation bias David. It is possible to say that the the hues are "really there" when the observer sees them in real time with real eyes and a real ...
  • Your truth?  The facts are that different photographers see things differently. I too prefer the Foveon look and muddy Bayer doesn't generate a better looking spectral response in my experience. ...
  • The question becomes, for me, is there a lens which will do justice to the A7R III in the corners?  The amount of CA in the corners of the dPR studio scene with Pixel Shift and the A7R III is ...
  • Wow - not the case with my P900. Other than sound issues my P900 video is excellent. Of all my many cameras with video, my P900 is the only one which I can hand hold and get results like I do with ...
  • Sarah this is the solution I use for many of my cameras - they have everything from rain capes to totally weatherproof (can use underwater) bags and even housings... https://www.ewa-marine.com/ Bes ...
  • Hi Roger, I'm happy enough with the EVF myself, but would dearly love an eyecup so I could see through it with the sun to either side...  I doubt that more optical zoom would be useful - we are ...
  • A right handsome bird Jim! Best regards, Lin
  • LOL - She's got more color than our males of similar types.. Best regards, Lin
  • Singing his heart out !!! Good one Jim! Best regards, Lin
  • Great that you can now "hear" the song !!! I mistakenly read 60D for the 6D - being full frame you have 600mm with the Sigma lens but it's doing its job quite well! It's wonderful to be able to ...
  • Hi Jim!, Nice to see you back !!!  Great little Wren shot - that lens is on my list for future purchase if I ever get enough saved to swing it.  Like you, I rarely use my Sigma's for things like ...
  • Nice group of articles Ted - Thanks! Mike Chaney has been improving his sharpening algorithms for many years. The latest is the one I use consistently for sharpening my Bayer sensor cameras (Qimage ...
  • I don't "think," I know many who do. This is how I've made my living for over 40 years so there is no sense in "arguing" about it on this forum. "Professionals" use many types of digital camera,...

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