anthony mazzeri

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sirhawkeye64: Adobe Ps and LR are about as far as I go with Adobe. I personally still prefer to host my online portfolio somewhere else. Yeah, the workflow from PS/LR to Portfolio might be very easy, but I'd rather have more control over my portfolio. but that's just me. Especially seeing that adobe posted a huge profit for Q3, they have enough of my money. Maybe when they update LR (particularly the catalog) I'll consider giving them more of my money and business.

kilofox, included in the subscription price is not 'free'.

Link | Posted on Oct 10, 2017 at 19:00 UTC
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anthony mazzeri: I have a theory.

Subscription in Adobe's case is a service fee. You can't copyright a service which 'rents/hires a product to use'. Only trademark.

So Adobe has no copyright on their CC apps offered as subscription, only if they license/sell them?

Edit - I suppose they can just say they are 'licensing' a copy of their apps on a monthly basis.

Link | Posted on Sep 22, 2017 at 05:14 UTC

I have a theory.

Subscription in Adobe's case is a service fee. You can't copyright a service which 'rents/hires a product to use'. Only trademark.

So Adobe has no copyright on their CC apps offered as subscription, only if they license/sell them?

Link | Posted on Sep 22, 2017 at 04:55 UTC as 17th comment | 4 replies
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bleeboo: Not an Apple fanboy, however, as the owner of a Samsung S8+, beautiful display as that phone has, the video is substandard compared to Apple's 6S+.

I will also miss Android's drag and drop ecosystem which is especially useful when wanting to actually store something on your phone, however...

4K 60P with dual lens optical image stabilization with tele and wide angle options native to the camera is, well, a gamechanger, not really for watching on what I assume will be a gorgeous pixel packed quasi-3K OLED screen, but for offloading and watching on a 4K OLED 55" TV.

Having that kind of pocket rocket is desirable, at least to me.

Sign me up.

PS. You don't actually drag and drop from the PC to the iPhone. On your desktop you simply drag it into any folders on your drive you designate to be catalogued/synced by Mylio, or add it directly into Mylio itself. The Mylio app on your idevice then automatically updates with the file when you next open it. If it's already open, the sync happens in real time.

Link | Posted on Sep 14, 2017 at 04:05 UTC
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bleeboo: Not an Apple fanboy, however, as the owner of a Samsung S8+, beautiful display as that phone has, the video is substandard compared to Apple's 6S+.

I will also miss Android's drag and drop ecosystem which is especially useful when wanting to actually store something on your phone, however...

4K 60P with dual lens optical image stabilization with tele and wide angle options native to the camera is, well, a gamechanger, not really for watching on what I assume will be a gorgeous pixel packed quasi-3K OLED screen, but for offloading and watching on a 4K OLED 55" TV.

Having that kind of pocket rocket is desirable, at least to me.

Sign me up.

bleeboo, I use it exclusively wifi so have never tried via cable, but you can check out their website mylio.com.

But yes, it does work PC to iPhone, even Mac to Android if you want.

Link | Posted on Sep 14, 2017 at 03:48 UTC
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bleeboo: Not an Apple fanboy, however, as the owner of a Samsung S8+, beautiful display as that phone has, the video is substandard compared to Apple's 6S+.

I will also miss Android's drag and drop ecosystem which is especially useful when wanting to actually store something on your phone, however...

4K 60P with dual lens optical image stabilization with tele and wide angle options native to the camera is, well, a gamechanger, not really for watching on what I assume will be a gorgeous pixel packed quasi-3K OLED screen, but for offloading and watching on a 4K OLED 55" TV.

Having that kind of pocket rocket is desirable, at least to me.

Sign me up.

There'll be a desktop-style file system app as well built into iOS 11.

But you can do that now anyway with third-party apps like Mylio for pics and vids, or FileBrowser for all file types. Both work over wifi - Mylio syncs your device with whatever you add to designated synced folders on your Mac, while with FB you connect to your Mac and browse its drives and folders to choose which files you want to copy to your device.

Link | Posted on Sep 13, 2017 at 18:37 UTC
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bleeboo: Not an Apple fanboy, however, as the owner of a Samsung S8+, beautiful display as that phone has, the video is substandard compared to Apple's 6S+.

I will also miss Android's drag and drop ecosystem which is especially useful when wanting to actually store something on your phone, however...

4K 60P with dual lens optical image stabilization with tele and wide angle options native to the camera is, well, a gamechanger, not really for watching on what I assume will be a gorgeous pixel packed quasi-3K OLED screen, but for offloading and watching on a 4K OLED 55" TV.

Having that kind of pocket rocket is desirable, at least to me.

Sign me up.

iOS 11 arriving next Wednesday will have drag and drop between apps.

Link | Posted on Sep 13, 2017 at 11:50 UTC
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paul13walnut5: If Adobe are smart they will do another aggressive CC price promotion to mop up the remaining FCP editors, who will adapt to Premiere far more easily than FCPX..

OMFies will still open, if you save your FCP as XML you can open older projects in premiere with a little bit of correction on missing fonts and colour correction (where applied)

There's no real surprise that FCP 7 users will adapt to Premiere because the same guys developed both Premiere for Adobe, and then KeyGrip for Macromedia which Apple then acquired.

Final Cut X is full Apple from the ground up so you'd expect it to be very dissimilar to the old legacy Premiere/KeyGrip/FCP7 version/s.

Link | Posted on Aug 28, 2017 at 20:37 UTC
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tinternaut: It's not like Apple doesn't have a history of letting down its Pro software users. Other than OSX itself, I no longer use any Apple software. And Windows is now good enough that my next PC will probably not be a Mac.

Quite the contrary. Macromedia was forced to sell KeyGrip (which became Final Cut) because it was Microsoft who refused to allow them to use MS video coding to work with Apple's QuickTime, so Macromedia couldn't even release the app at all without breaching MS licensing.

Apple only bought it because there were no other buyers for an app which Microsoft was essentially ensuring was dead in the water for any third-party buyers or users.

And you want to use Microsoft because you think it's Apple who are out to strangle users.

Link | Posted on Aug 28, 2017 at 20:25 UTC
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wb2trf: These photos have no soul.

Soul
2. [mass noun] emotional or intellectual energy or intensity, especially as revealed in a work of art or artistic performance: 'their interpretation lacked soul'.

Link | Posted on Aug 18, 2017 at 04:31 UTC
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Dheorl: "but chances are good photographers won't be using those two options much"...

I'm sorry, come again?

@cdembrey, my answer to your question has already been made in Dheorl's comment above.

Link | Posted on Aug 17, 2017 at 06:13 UTC
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Dheorl: "but chances are good photographers won't be using those two options much"...

I'm sorry, come again?

@pirate, the interest and value of the trigger is not the point in contention, it's that it will be the most-used feature for most iphone users.

I just can't see multi-flash setups ever being that commonplace for iphone photography. But an off-camera flash for selfies, it'll sell like hotcakes once the Instagram narcissists get wind of it.

Link | Posted on Aug 16, 2017 at 20:40 UTC
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ttran88: This might make the dxomark one revelant now.

Interesting question. This and the DxO ONE use their own apps so will they be able to work together?

Also, the Godox appears to use bluetooth to communicate wirelessly with the phone, while the DxO uses its own wifi hotspot, so would only be able to communicate with each other via the iphone, not directly. Just guessing.

Link | Posted on Aug 16, 2017 at 20:30 UTC
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Dheorl: "but chances are good photographers won't be using those two options much"...

I'm sorry, come again?

@DL, I disagree. I would bet most use will be as a single off-camera flash. Using it as a trigger in a complicated multi-flash setup would probably be its least usage for iphone photographers.

Link | Posted on Aug 16, 2017 at 20:21 UTC
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Max Iso: But my ILC doesn't suddenly ring in the middle of a photoshoot...

So you're saying you *want* it to ring in the middle of your photo shoot?

Link | Posted on Aug 14, 2017 at 15:37 UTC
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anthony mazzeri: And the other thing is that he likely wouldn't have gotten such candid interactive fun photos of his kids had he instead needed to put an intimidating 'serious' DSLR or mirrorless up to his face.

He refers to his 'professional camera' in his facebook post.

How did you arrive that it is a GM1?

Link | Posted on Aug 14, 2017 at 15:01 UTC

I'm perceiving the camera industry knows it is returning to its film-era roots where only pros and avid amateurs spent serious money on film and buying high-end cameras and lenses on a regular basis, while well-to-do families might buy a decent camera every 10 or 20 years to keep to use for special occasions like birthdays, vacations, graduations etc.

Otherwise everyone else's regular photos were the typical snapshots taken with Kodak Instamatics and Fujifilm disposables etc developed at their local 1-hour photo kiosk, the role now taken by phone cameras.

Link | Posted on Aug 14, 2017 at 14:35 UTC as 280th comment | 2 replies

And the other thing is that he likely wouldn't have gotten such candid interactive fun photos of his kids had he instead needed to put an intimidating 'serious' DSLR or mirrorless up to his face.

Link | Posted on Aug 14, 2017 at 14:27 UTC as 288th comment | 3 replies

Perhaps attach to the eyelet at the base of the Ricoh GR grip instead of the one on top of the camera to avoid that grip interference?

Link | Posted on Aug 10, 2017 at 15:02 UTC as 32nd comment | 1 reply
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rialcnis: This is the low resolution model "2, 560 x 1, 440 pixels quad-HD." Dell says this model doesn't require more high end computer.

There is also an 8k version coming in the $5000 price range for those with serious computers.

There's also a Wacom 32" just announced due Jan 2018 in the USD $3300 price range.

Link | Posted on Aug 6, 2017 at 01:17 UTC
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