bakhtyar kurdi

Lives in Canada Winnipeg, Canada
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On article Ten expert tips for successful macro photography (130 comments in total)
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bakhtyar kurdi: I wish I had Fujifilm GFX 50S and 120mm f4 to try macro photography, don't laugh at me, that is the point of the video, and most buyers of this expensive thing are that kind of people, please help, I went to a camera store and told them what is the best camera right now, they told me Canon 5DIII, and what is the best portrait lens? it is Canon 85/1.2II, so I bought them, but I am very disappointed, everything is blurry, my cell phone was much better.

What I mentioned was a real story .

Link | Posted on Jul 23, 2017 at 15:16 UTC
On article Ten expert tips for successful macro photography (130 comments in total)

I wish I had Fujifilm GFX 50S and 120mm f4 to try macro photography, don't laugh at me, that is the point of the video, and most buyers of this expensive thing are that kind of people, please help, I went to a camera store and told them what is the best camera right now, they told me Canon 5DIII, and what is the best portrait lens? it is Canon 85/1.2II, so I bought them, but I am very disappointed, everything is blurry, my cell phone was much better.

Link | Posted on Jul 23, 2017 at 14:14 UTC as 45th comment | 5 replies

How about drones? there is one universal rule in courts, who spends more money almost always wins, of course the winner is the lawyer and both sides are losers.
That is the reason many people don't follow their rights second time, because you have to do it once to learn this lesson.

Link | Posted on Jul 14, 2017 at 19:32 UTC as 190th comment | 1 reply
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JEROME NOLAS: How much is entry fee???

20 million dollars including free transportation and one meal .

Link | Posted on Jul 7, 2017 at 17:08 UTC

With a cheap $20 adapter, you can also mount your Nikon lenses on the camera, Nikon has a few TS lenses.

Link | Posted on Mar 25, 2017 at 08:18 UTC as 22nd comment | 3 replies
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bakhtyar kurdi: Hope someone will listen to this:
Muslims are 1/4 of the world, from each 4 on this planet, one is Muslim.
Now radicals like ISIS try to kill largest number of people, kill who? basically anyone lives outside their state, regardless of their religion, or anyone inside their state that doesn't follow %100 their legislation, now we have to stop this craziness, but how?
Of course the best way is to stop spreading their ideology among other Muslims, and to do that we have to find out who is spreading it, it is simple, Saudi Arabia has spent around 40 trillion dollars in last half century to spread Wahhabizm, that is the mother of all terrorist groups around the world, now every city or town on this planet has one or more mosques belong to them that spread this cancer, not only that, but fight, or even assassinate anyone thinks differently about Islam, so millions of people have been hired by them to turn normal Muslims to possible terrorists.

Sorry I have to continue, so there is an army of millions of imams that supported and paid by Saudi Arabia,plus millions of books that you find in every single town and city on this planet belongs to them, on the other hand there is only a few people with very limited resources that spread the real Islam (less than 10 people all around the world) those 10 people face that huge army, if you want to stop terrorism, support them, whatever your nationality or religion is, Ahmad Subhi Manour lives in USA :http://www.ahl-alquran.com/arabic/profile.php?main_id=1
ِِِAdnan Ibrahim, lives in Austria
Muhammad Shahrur : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muhammad_Shahrur
Also: Adnan Alrifai https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adnan_Al-Rifaey
That is the proper way, thanks for reading and following the truth.

Link | Posted on Mar 22, 2017 at 11:41 UTC

Hope someone will listen to this:
Muslims are 1/4 of the world, from each 4 on this planet, one is Muslim.
Now radicals like ISIS try to kill largest number of people, kill who? basically anyone lives outside their state, regardless of their religion, or anyone inside their state that doesn't follow %100 their legislation, now we have to stop this craziness, but how?
Of course the best way is to stop spreading their ideology among other Muslims, and to do that we have to find out who is spreading it, it is simple, Saudi Arabia has spent around 40 trillion dollars in last half century to spread Wahhabizm, that is the mother of all terrorist groups around the world, now every city or town on this planet has one or more mosques belong to them that spread this cancer, not only that, but fight, or even assassinate anyone thinks differently about Islam, so millions of people have been hired by them to turn normal Muslims to possible terrorists.

Link | Posted on Mar 22, 2017 at 11:21 UTC as 35th comment | 1 reply

Since some brain washed people consider this art, just to look smart, I strongly recommend any serous artist or art student to read this great book :
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/What_Is_Art%3F

Link | Posted on Mar 11, 2017 at 17:10 UTC as 60th comment | 2 replies
On article CP+ 2017: Hands-on with Sigma's newest lenses (199 comments in total)
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Flashback: If you have a minute Sigma, could you knock up some E-mount versions?
Don't bother with the stabilisation, if that helps!

When they mention (This lens is compatible with mc-11) there is no hope that they release an E mount, it looks like this is there strategy for future.
It works really well with there modern lenses, but the problem is the extra size and weight that the adapter adds, when we where hoping to have a smaller and lighter lenses for our mirrorless cameras.

Link | Posted on Feb 23, 2017 at 19:37 UTC
On article Extremely dramatic video touts Canon's CMOS technology (196 comments in total)

Where is that Moonbow? I can't find it

Link | Posted on Feb 16, 2017 at 10:47 UTC as 59th comment | 7 replies
On article 2017 Oskar Barnack award offers €80,000 prize fund (55 comments in total)

attention behind such judgement is forcing photographers to think stupid and kill there talents, as choosing an ugly girl as miss where and where, how many of you see misswhere ugly but you are afraid to say it loudly? and think with yourself (there is something wrong with me) , so we all get sick and wait someone to decide for us who is beautiful who is ugly, which nation are evil and has oil or poppy, it is just some brainwashing exercise .
with respect to the cute girl in the picture and the photographer also that probably has no role in what happened.

Link | Posted on Jan 10, 2017 at 20:12 UTC as 18th comment | 3 replies

Yes, anyone has experience with auto body repair knows that the red paint is the most expensive color.

Link | Posted on Nov 16, 2016 at 08:24 UTC as 56th comment | 2 replies
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PKDanny: 4x5 DSLR is coming soon!!

Mirrorless

Link | Posted on Oct 13, 2016 at 22:53 UTC

So $100,000 is not too much money to become Ansel Adams, and all you need to take pictures like him is to get his camera.

Link | Posted on Oct 13, 2016 at 22:52 UTC as 23rd comment
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Elljustin: Is this natively compatible with regular Canon lenses? Sorry I don't know anything about their mirrorless lineup.

No, you need an adapter, but it is only $100, that is not bad.

Link | Posted on Sep 15, 2016 at 04:31 UTC

I love two things about it, skin tones, and the lens is sharp wide open to extreme corners.

Link | Posted on Jul 6, 2016 at 22:17 UTC as 67th comment
On article Hasselblad to announce 'game changer' next week (454 comments in total)

Let me guess, a Sony a7R II inside another Hasselblad case, with big ugly (H) for only $12000.
Building a new mirrorless system and mount is not easy.

Link | Posted on Jun 18, 2016 at 00:46 UTC as 156th comment
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bakhtyar kurdi: In theory, it looks really good, but in real life, the PS has very limited use, the only situations I think of is still life and product photography, and in those situations DR is not important, because you have control over the light, for landscape, any movement in tree branches, or even the grass will rune the picture, instead, just use a 3 time longer lens and combine 4 pictures to get a very large and clean picture for the FL you want, there is many good softwares to stitch them, like PS and Gegapan.

I am following the technology.
http://www.dpreview.com/articles/4410648565/hasselblad-unveils-pixel-shifting-200mp-h5d-200c-ms
Now the difference between the Hasselblad , the Olympus, and this new Penatx is only in the software, the hardware, all of them doing exact the same thing.
Now what the K1 do in the software to prevent ugly effects of moving parts of the subject, is by ignoring any moving part in the subject, so they use only a single shot information for moving parts, and apply multi shots only for stable parts of the subject, so if you imagine that you can use this technology for sports or any kind of moving subjects, you are wrong.
Also Olympus and Hasselblad can update their cameras firmware to do that if they really want to.

Link | Posted on May 9, 2016 at 20:12 UTC
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bakhtyar kurdi: In theory, it looks really good, but in real life, the PS has very limited use, the only situations I think of is still life and product photography, and in those situations DR is not important, because you have control over the light, for landscape, any movement in tree branches, or even the grass will rune the picture, instead, just use a 3 time longer lens and combine 4 pictures to get a very large and clean picture for the FL you want, there is many good softwares to stitch them, like PS and Gegapan.

Nothing?
Yes I am keeping my Nikon, even if the body is slightly better than Nikon, the whole system is way behind Nikon and Canon, studio tests is totally different from the real life photography.
I am not attacking any brand, but the camera body is a small part of the system.

Link | Posted on May 9, 2016 at 19:17 UTC

In theory, it looks really good, but in real life, the PS has very limited use, the only situations I think of is still life and product photography, and in those situations DR is not important, because you have control over the light, for landscape, any movement in tree branches, or even the grass will rune the picture, instead, just use a 3 time longer lens and combine 4 pictures to get a very large and clean picture for the FL you want, there is many good softwares to stitch them, like PS and Gegapan.

Link | Posted on May 9, 2016 at 18:57 UTC as 71st comment | 11 replies
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