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 on: September 25, 2016, 06:12:57 PM 
Started by tim wolcott - Last post by Chairman Bill
Bagborough Plantation, Quantock Hills

 on: September 25, 2016, 06:09:11 PM 
Started by Theodoros - Last post by Theodoros

One has to add that the Fuji GFX can work with Canon & Nikon lenses on the Cambo Actus mini & Cambo Actus XL cameras... On other "DSLR" versions of bellows cameras that take "square" lens frames, the grip may interfere with the lens frame when DSLR lenses are used on them, so perhaps it would be a good idea if the makers of bellows cameras that use square frames on the front standard, start redesigning the lens boards of the FF DSLRs as to make the lens mount a bit recessed when it is fitted on the front frame.

 on: September 25, 2016, 06:02:56 PM 
Started by keithcooper - Last post by David Eckels
Well done and well taught. Thanks.

 on: September 25, 2016, 06:02:48 PM 
Started by seamus finn - Last post by N80
I think the B&W version has to stand as an abstract because I could not discern what I was looking at without reading your description. However, as an abstract I think it works. The color version is less abstract as the color and form of the sea gives a little bit of context...but not enough to put the whole scene into perspective....all of which is to say that I like the B&W as an abstract.

 on: September 25, 2016, 05:58:59 PM 
Started by N80 - Last post by N80
Don't folks also leave some booze at the supposed resting place of Robert Johnson?

Not sure. According to Wikipedia there are three grave sites for him. Historians believe he is probably buried in an unmarked grave in a potters field somewhere.

The tradition for Faulkner's grave is to spill some whiskey on it to share it with him. I was a bit disappointed to see the cheap bourbon mini bottles that were left when I was there but I did not bring anything to share with him myself so cannot complain.

When he died his star was in decline and his wife was relatively poor. Very few attended his funeral.

Hard times can produce great art, possibly because ease isn't really always all that conducive to staying power and determination; if you don't really have to do something...



 on: September 25, 2016, 05:58:07 PM 
Started by LizardKing - Last post by Eric Myrvaagnes
More coldly beautiful stuff. You do some fine work, Liz. Getting out in weather like that to photograph must be all sorts of fun.
Beautiful it is.

 on: September 25, 2016, 05:56:59 PM 
Started by felix5616 - Last post by felix5616
Near mint condition RRS XPAN L bracket with capture screw. Asking $100

 on: September 25, 2016, 05:37:32 PM 
Started by [email protected] - Last post by PeterAit
I am not talking about video.  I am talking about evolving the static print to include change. One example is that each time we walk into a room the displayed image is of a different moment in e.g. a sunset.

It seems to me that you are precisely taking about video. Or a slideshow. And to me, one of the main beauties of the still photograph is that is *has* captured one specific moment, and that moment will be there forever in the print.

 on: September 25, 2016, 05:23:54 PM 
Started by Rob C - Last post by FabienP
I fully agree that politicizing climate science was a huge mistake. Once you inject advocacy into the process of gathering data and analyzing evidence you undermine your credibility as an information provider. The radioactive result is what we see. Far better to turn over your findings to policymakers and let them make of it what they will. They'll do so anyway. Trying to impose solutions on people from a position of assumed authority doesn't work, even when the solutions are reasonable and free of ideological taint (not the case here). The act of imposing all by itself creates resistance. Leave it to the people who've been granted authority…even if you think the process by which they've been granted authority is idiotic, that they themselves are idiots and that their idiocy is potentially world-threatening.


Given the fact that policymakers are almost only concerned about urgent and important matters, making sure that a given concern appears in this category of the Eisenhower matrix is essential in ensuring that something will be made to address the case. This, however, should not have been made by scientists observing the process, as you suggest.

Maybe they thought that it was too important not to act immediately?



 on: September 25, 2016, 05:16:24 PM 
Started by narikin - Last post by bertlwolf
Hi narikin,

sorry for the long delay, I have been out of town for some days. HDMI is not a standard it seems, Zacuto just released the firmware update, now it is possible to use the Gratical with the IQ3100. 100% is 1 to1 for the HDMI signal, which is about 1080x1920 and not the genuine 11608 x 8708, so you get much less detail. The VF is fine in bright sunshine and the monitor has about 5,2 Million pixels and a great picture quality. Until now I found no way to get liveview on the back and HDMI out at the same time - maybe someone has a solution?



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