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Joined on Mar 18, 2012
About me:

I am an advanced amateur photographer. I have a Minor Degree in Photography and have attended two cinematography classes.


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Absolutely shows why you should try like anything to never let your brand name be sold to anyone. Ever.

Link | Posted on Oct 18, 2017 at 07:24 UTC as 10th comment | 2 replies
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sop51: The officer's body cam footage was released, it shows him shooting the photographer without warning, then after realizing his mistake, apolgizing repeatedly to the victim. I guess the only good thing about this whole situation is the cop isn't a very good shot.

There are definitely Police Officers out there who shouldn't be Police Officers.

Link | Posted on Sep 7, 2017 at 06:40 UTC
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stevevelvia50: The next version will have famous photographer modes...Ansel Adams mode, Cartier Bresson mode, lee Friedlander mode....will only allow the shutter release if framed like the chosen famous photographer lol.

I want a camera that: 1.) Goes out and takes the photos I want for me, 2.) Processes them in Photoshop just the way I like, and 3.) Posts them online with amusing and occasionally snarky descriptions. :-)

Link | Posted on May 26, 2017 at 02:48 UTC
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tom43: @dpreview: Why gets this toy a story? Meanwhile Kodak announced during CES the revival of the most prominent film ever, Ektachrome slide film, which is not mentioned by a single sentence?!

So many of us out here just want Polaroid to go back to being Polaroid. Fuji has shown how well received instant film photography can be. Meanwhile, i do agree that the return of Kodak's Ektachrome is indeed sweet! Now, if we can just get Kodak to make 110 film again. :-)

Link | Posted on Jan 6, 2017 at 17:42 UTC
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(unknown member): It's not real Polaroid. It's just an inkjet printer and a cheap digital camera. The idea of Polaroids is the look they produce, that the picture is produced by a chemical reaction.

The key is film. Fuji's Instax and Impossible are doing that. Polaroid is ironic in being the one using a built-in printer.

Link | Posted on Jan 6, 2017 at 17:39 UTC

Interesting that Fuji uses film for its Instax, and Impossible is recreating classic Polaroid film, but Polaroid themselves are still putting a printer in their digital cameras.

Link | Posted on Jan 6, 2017 at 17:38 UTC as 4th comment
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jskrill: Can you please define PL, EF, F, MFT and E mounts.

Given how expensive that lens is, I would definitely want a Positive Lock on it!

Link | Posted on Apr 7, 2012 at 15:19 UTC
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