SiFu

SiFu

Lives in The Alps
Joined on Oct 21, 2004
About me:

=> dedicated to macro/closeup photography

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    Hello! ... just being a bit short there (to chose the framing etc should have summed up the whole look the result should have, including the depth of field I want for the scene, which I guess it ...
  • Hello! ... maybe you can help me out. I always wonder why a strictly theoretical approach is taken and not a practical (subject oriented) one, like in "I do have scene A, want to frame it in way B ...
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    Hello! I have wondered about that for a while but only recently got a Speedbooster (only for MFT) - unfortunately I only have 16MP MFT bodies available to me atm and the only 16MP FF body I still ...
  • Hello! ... I myself do not care at all and - on the contrary - I am always interested in hearing first hand user experience, even if limited, because certain aspects of cameras might be annoying ...
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    Hello! Do you have experience with these kinds of tours? If so, what (bag, gear) do you typically carry for such an outing? What weather do you typically get where you are going this time of the ...
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    Hello! I hope you will like it as much as I do, and congrats on a steal (I think? I don't know the going rates these days though, because I have had mine since buying new the year it came out). It ...
  • Hello! A quick and dirty snap of the 600mm (1200mm equiv) combo: Distance for the tele snap was about 250m btw. - also, just behind the pipes you can allready see the effect of atmospheric ...
  • Hello! ... with adapted lenses of course. ;) I recently did a quick and dirty test of my Oly OMD EM5 (I) IBIS efficiency with my most easy to handhold 600mm (1200mm equiv) lens setup to see how low ...
  • Eric - maybe the point I was trying to make did not come accross as planned; the thing I was talking about was (artificially) creating even more issues and differences with careless wording.

  • Hello! Just got my first (used) Nikon/MFT Speedbooster - unfortunately without documentation so I am missing out on info potentially given in there... this brings me to my quick question, hopefully ...
  • Eric - also re-below - I am not sure about that - or maybe this has been one of the factors to foster insecurity, anxiety and all kinds of negative feelings ever since (in our less than ideal world...

  • "How are we going to come together in sameness if we keep focusing on the differences?"

    This!

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  • Hello! Just played around a little with my favourite long handholdable combo for my M5(I) - M5(I) and Ais Nikkor 100-300/5.6 plus Nikkor TC201 (2x): just a quick and dirty snap of the setup I like ...
  • Hello! ... to control reflections and light with anything that has a short working distance (such as reversal). For that matter I usually prefer long working distances for watches. Here the domed ...
  • Hello! ... will give you a very budget friendly way to do stills of inanimate objects. Here is a set with a simple AFD 50/1.8 meant to give an idea of how close it will get you (1.5 crop body), ...
  • Unfortunately, this is how it seems to work; it is just the stuff that always wins major reportage prices... the more tragic and painful, the "better". Or do yo remember seeing a photo of one of...

  • Hello! ... I have found. He was quite a contriversial guy, and his ideas don't go in line with mine for that matter, but the danger assesment is still nice to read (mostly chapter 5). http://www.ph ...
  • Hello! I just double checked and photodo.com still has the MTFs for the 50/1.2 from their glorious "old-photodo" days... to get there is complicated and I can not put a direct link (tried it, ...
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