Keith Holmes

Joined on Mar 21, 2018

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  • Leave it in camera. There's less risk of misplacing it that way.
  • Yes, it's a tipping point for cellphone photography. Those fast lenses are the better to spy with.
  • I've found that setting clear expectations at the outset is key. Whether you're carrying 300grams or 30kilograms, let your party know, in no uncertain terms, that your photography comes first and ...
  • Excellent observation! There is indeed an opportunity for change but it is being stifled, constricted, stunted, and stultified by the user-base. There are very few tech things that haven't evolved ...
  • Drones can now take shots that yours would pale in comparison to. Best of all, drones don't require one to rappel up or down 3000 ft cliffs!
  • Normally, I am a staunch support of 1" sensors, but at 100%, your images fall apart. I'd encourage the OP to look at some fairly typical RX10 IV shots . In general, that camera holds up well at ISO ...
  • Sony believes in quality over quantity. This appeals not just to pros, but also to discerning amateurs. When it comes to saturating the market with junk (think coolpixes and rebels), both Nikon and ...
  • Your EP-5 can't hold a candle to the RX10 IV, which is blisteringly sharp from 24mm all the way out to 600mm (FOV eq.)
  • There is nothing intrinsic to FF to preclude its appeal to the consumer class. Reducing weight while keeping size the same would make the camera sound hollow--like a skull without a brain. Is that ...
  • If Canon and Nikon know what's good for them, they won't keep the size, shape, and ergonomics close to their current DSLRs. Those cameras are simply too large, attract too much attention, take up ...
  • The only "person" naive enough to blatantly suggest that--without an iota of proof--was the entity calling itself "Roshni Patel." Judging by the nature of the posts by that thing , it is in all ...
  • To be honest, two wrongs don't make a right. Is throwing more size and weight at more size and weight really the answer?
  • Great point! Based on my cursory review of the peer-reviewed literature, the public health problem posed by tattooists is far greater than many appreciate. Don't forget that AIDS and syphilis can ...
  • Smart recommendation! The Sony A9 trumps the competition in virtually all respects, and one just can't put a price on blackout free shooting @ 20fps continuous AF. No wonder some DSLR users are so ...
  • I've seen a lot of pro carpenters with callouses. If you think about it, pros are grunts; they made do with the tried-and-true, however much suffering staying the course might incur. Many of them ...
  • You could be right. I'm not one to judge, but a lot of cons and ex-cons have tattoos. In fact, in a recent Economist article evaluating the prevalence of tattoos in prisons, "The data also confirm ...
  • Exactly. EVFs have many new options and features. Their histograms allow for perfect exposure. Their levels and gain (for framing the shot in low-light and when using an ND filter) allow for ...
  • Isn't tattooing a form of self-mutilation?
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    Someone should clue you in on the concept of random sampling and its importance in eliminating systematic bias.
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    Only a MERE 3 in 10 of Gen Y's (ages 22-36) have tattoos, the LARGEST PORTION of any age group. Preponderance? LOLOL. Wow, must be the confirmation bias talking! Sad!
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