Jed Z. Buchwald

Lives in United States Altadena, CA, United States
Works as a professor
Joined on Feb 12, 2002

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  • No it doesn't reduce dynamic range: the latter depends entirely on the sensor's pixel size, which does not change in cropping. Of coursey you lose detail when you crop, but a bright area with a ...
  • I have an Rx1rii together with a Sony hx90v, which latter is used principally, if rarely, for long telephotos, or 24mm shots, in good light and filiming my grandson. I used to have an A7rii, and ...
  • Well, I've owned the 18-55, 55-200, 10-24 and several primes, as well as the 50-230. I sold everything and live with just the 18-135 on my x-pro2, which is a very decent lens. I've printed up to ...
  • I have both, the Fuji with the xf 18-135; the cameras fit nicely in an ONA Bowery bag. If I need wider than the 18mm provides, then I take three or four overlapping shots or else use the Sony's ...
  • Problem solved. To get the Lightroom version of the Fuji simulations into Lightroom Mobile for the iPad just make a collection in Lightroom desktop that has a set of raw images with each one ...
  • The updated version of Lightroom Mobile now can edit raw files imported on my iPad through the SD card lightning connector. It works very nicely, and on a Retina iPad the editing goes very ...
  • So far I haven't missed my full-frame A7Rii, mostly because I can still get quite nice high-res shots when I need them, which is landscape in calm weather. I would very much like to be able to ...
  • Created discussion thread FE owner moved to Olympus
    Until recently had a Sony full-frame kit -- first the A7r, then the A7rii, along with the FE 24-70, 16-35 and 55mm prime. This altogether weighed about 3.9lbs and lacked anything past 70mm. It's a ...
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