KneeConWon

Joined on Dec 21, 2017

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  • Good observation! I actually hadn't noticed that. The harsher grain in photo 1 is likely due to my underexposing it (to get the fast shutter speed) and then increasing the exposure in editing. ...
  • Every good photographer realizes this sooner or later. I would just add to your statement - as long as you're comfortable with the camera and it works for your needs. The constant upgrading of gear ...
  • Created discussion thread Graduation at 6400 ISO
    I can only choose one photo for work. Which one's better - #1 or #2? And why? (if you care to explain) C&C are welcome. Photo #1 Photo #2
  • I'm thinking Boy Scouts of America.
  • I recall doing it once successfully with the J4. Here is the original image: This was shot in a pitch-black room lighted only by the J4's bounce flash. I've never tried it on the J5, as I rarely ...
  • I like it, Bob. Very astute comparison. I've long felt the 10mm was misunderstood and prematurely dismissed by too many - I think that topic deserves its own thread actually. Your post is a good ...
  • Replied in Apparently....
    Hardly necessary Bob! The forum actually owes you a thank-you for that acerbic dose of tough love you dropped on this bungled thread, which had gone to hell before you came in and cracked the ...
  • Thanks! Happy to!
  • Thanks for making this suggestion, albeit not specifically directed to me. I love the 30-110 but have been looking for a cheap way to get some more reach. This seems like a savvy option. I think ...
  • Nice! I haven't met too many other J4 owners on here. I have a soft spot for the J4, in part because it's the camera on which I learned photography. It's a very capable camera that's overlooked. ...
  • That "snap" probably has more to do with the 10mm prime you have attached than the J3 camera. In my experience, the 10mm is the fastest-focusing, snappiest N1 lens in the lineup. Try throwing it ...
  • Seeing as how you've owned both cameras, shouldn't you already know the answer to this? lol If you can't see much difference between the two, perhaps your money would be better spent on enjoying Spain.
  • Respectfully, Dave, you seem to have misunderstood the question. Goactive is talking about exposure , which addresses the OP's question . You are incorrectly talking about exposure compensation , ...
  • Lol. Don't you hate that? Just happened to me with your post. Ha! I was wondering if anyone noticed that. Leave it to you, Bob. :)
  • I think Parry was responding to my post, but clicked on yours by mistake, Bob. Although I'm not sure what you're talking about with having trouble putting your thoughts into words. You're easily ...
  • LOL. Too funny, Bob. :)
  • Ha! Glad my photo could have such a powerful effect! These references are over my head unfortunately. Haha. Love it! Thanks Bob. I always look forward to your responses!
  • I agree. I don't follow. You're saying ultra-wide lenses are worthless due to distortion? If that's the case, why did you continue using them for years? But what kind of stability would that give ...
  • Replied in What?
    6.7mm on N1 actually has the equivalent field of view of 18mm on FF. I'm wondering about something - despite the field-of-view difference I just noted above, does 6.7mm on N1 actually have the same ...
  • Replied in What?
    It's an ultra-wide angle lens shot at its widest focal length. What did you expect? The bigger issue is a characteristic of ultra-wide focal lengths - the edges get stretched. Correcting the barrel ...
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