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 on: Today at 02:13:30 PM 
Started by Hans Kruse - Last post by kikashi
Hans, the first and last are stunning. You are making it very difficult for me to resist signing up to one of your workshops! (Those are Tuscany, I presume.) Maybe I'll yield to temptation next year.

Jeremy

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 on: Today at 02:10:35 PM 
Started by RSL - Last post by kikashi
Great clouds!

Jeremy

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 on: Today at 02:09:00 PM 
Started by Mjollnir - Last post by kikashi
I think the processing is just fine, but I agree with the Rajan and Gennaro about the top of the tree and the post.

Jeremy

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 on: Today at 02:08:59 PM 
Started by Hans Kruse - Last post by Gennaro_27
Fantastic works, congratulations Hans !

Gennaro

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 on: Today at 02:08:27 PM 
Started by Paul2660 - Last post by Stephen Scharf
I don't think it's fair to say "raw support on the GFX has been a bit slow in coming". While most of the writers had pre-production bodies a couple of months ago (one told me he could shoot in raw), Adobe generally wait for production bodies before they support the camera. As that schedule showed it's very unusual for any new proprietary raw format to be supported immediately, and the GFX is no different. A DNG option might have meant support on day one though.

It makes complete sense for a company to do this, and in fact, this is the more disciplined approach from a business and quality perspective. The last thing they want are "prototype" RAW files from cameras that are not representative of production units. This creates risk on a number of different levels, including potentially inaccurate perceptions about quality as well as possible major QA issues for a company to deal with. 

On a side note: the biotech companies I've worked for do the same exact thing regarding analysis software for instrument releases for the same reasons. Software is not released until production instruments units are released for sale into the field.

IMHO, folks shouldn't get their panties in a bunch about this.

Life's too short. Get out and shoot. You'll feel better. Honest.  ;D

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 on: Today at 02:04:24 PM 
Started by Mjollnir - Last post by Gennaro_27
Nice atmosphere ! I agree with Rajan and I find the presence of the pole in the left corner a little bit distracting.

Ciao
G.

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 on: Today at 02:00:38 PM 
Started by RSL - Last post by RSL
I'm taking some flak over in The Coffee Corner because I suggested that the best use of a camera is for interactions between people. Okay. I do landscape too. Just ran across this one from three or so years ago. I didn't shoot this one over my back fence, but Goldfield, Colorado wasn't all that far from my back fence.

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 on: Today at 01:57:20 PM 
Started by Rajan Parrikar - Last post by Gennaro_27
Great idea and execution !

Gennaro 

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 on: Today at 01:51:48 PM 
Started by Paul2660 - Last post by john beardsworth
Howard makes a good point, I agree, the raw support on the GFX has been a bit slow in coming as all the beta testers I know of and or read reports from, were all limited to jpgs as if the RAW part of the camera had been turned off.   They could use the internal tif conversion however.

I don't think it's fair to say "raw support on the GFX has been a bit slow in coming". While most of the writers had pre-production bodies a couple of months ago (one told me he could shoot in raw), Adobe generally wait for production bodies before they support the camera. As that schedule showed it's very unusual for any new proprietary raw format to be supported immediately, and the GFX is no different. A DNG option might have meant support on day one though.

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 on: Today at 01:38:11 PM 
Started by Rajan Parrikar - Last post by stevenfr
well done

Steven

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