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 on: Today at 04:12:18 PM 
Started by Slobodan Blagojevic - Last post by Slobodan Blagojevic
 Cry Cry Cry

 62 
 on: Today at 04:09:49 PM 
Started by Petrus - Last post by Doug Peterson
With a slightly faster lens all shallow DOF effects of MF cameras can be duplicated with smaller sensors also.

This has not been my experience.

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 on: Today at 04:08:02 PM 
Started by Guillermo Luijk - Last post by Guillermo Luijk
Only in dynamic range (base ISO), the Nikon D810 beats the Sony. The A7R II beats the Canon 5DS in every aspect:

http://www.dxomark.com/Cameras/Compare/Side-by-side/Sony-A7R-II-versus-Nikon-D810-versus-Canon-EOS-5DS-R___1035_963_1009


Regarding ISO, it is more balanced than the genuine ISOless Sony sensors. That is why it beats the A7S (another non ISOless sensor) up to ISO6400:

http://www.dxomark.com/Cameras/Compare/Side-by-side/Sony-A7R-II-versus-Sony-A7R-versus-Sony-A7S___1035_917_949

I wonder how the rumored RAW noise reduction applied by Sony can affect these figures.

Regards

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 on: Today at 04:02:12 PM 
Started by torger - Last post by AlterEgo
The best thing that e.g., Adobe could do for the world of camera profiling, IMHO, is to add the capability for licensing profiles to its software. That way software vendors could actually make money from selling software to build profiles, and we would see a lot of innovation.
people do buy (or pay subscriptions) Adobe products for totally different reasons nowadays... so Adobe in fact better served being a good samaritan and making it available for free.... yes.

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 on: Today at 03:59:58 PM 
Started by Iluvmycam - Last post by Gulag
The arrow clearly represents repressed sexual desire, but it isn't directed at the child, it's directed towards the shadow, which clearly looks like an alien. Little green men from Mars will probably regard it as disgusting pornography.

I don't know but it seems not every pointy object,  such as a sharpened pencil,  represents phallus as Sigmund Freud suggests.

Robert Vickery once said the following in an interview, “Ragged shadows fascinate me. They’re sort of the netherworld, the hidden underline of the figure or object portrayed. Beaten-up old bikes may throw gorgeous, provocative shadows with meanings hidden even from the artist. A dancing figure may seem happy, its shadow menacing. ”


Blue Ribbon, Egg Tempera on Gesso Panel, Robert Vickery, 1988

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 on: Today at 03:59:01 PM 
Started by Dave Gurtcheff - Last post by Dave Gurtcheff
Here on Long Beach Island, NJ, they hold a "Chowder Fest" every October. All the local restaurants compete for best red and white clam chowder. It is outdoors, under giant tents. Each restaurant has their own booth, and they also compete for best decorated booth to suit a "theme" they have every year. It is a really big deal to the merchants who look for bragging rights for the following year. I was asked by a local restaurant where I exhibit my photos to help with the  booth. The theme this year is "nautical", which is right down my alley, as that is my specialty in photography. The owners asked if I could make a giant mural, say 6 feet high by 8 feet wide. My Epson 7890 has a max width of 24". Have any of you used a service bureau that can make mural prints that size? Can you recommend anyone? The print will not be mounted or framed; probably just stapled up to the plywood back of the booth. I plan on using a high quality image made with my Pentax 645D, thus the 6'x8' proportions.
Thanks in advance
Dave Gurtcheff
Beach Haven, NJ
www.modernpictorials.com

 67 
 on: Today at 03:49:07 PM 
Started by shaun - Last post by shaun
Hi

Just upgraded Mac to Yosemite and downloaded latest driver. I'm printing on A3 sheet and it stops printing at end with 1 min to go approx or else cuts of last inch or so.  Done an uninstall and re-install. Any ideas?

Shaun

 68 
 on: Today at 03:41:58 PM 
Started by Iluvmycam - Last post by Chairman Bill
The arrow clearly represents repressed sexual desire, but it isn't directed at the child, it's directed towards the shadow, which clearly looks like an alien. Little green men from Mars will probably regard it as disgusting pornography.

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 on: Today at 03:41:25 PM 
Started by Isaac - Last post by spidermike
Luminous Landscape Forum > Equipment & Techniques > Landscape & Nature Photography

No sweeping vistas here :-)

which is why I added

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For photographers themselves (which this site is all about) it is pretty much old hat.

 Smiley Smiley

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 on: Today at 03:34:35 PM 
Started by tom b - Last post by Gulag
And they continued in this vein until their world came crashing down around them.

The Kodak story is a pathetic tale of catastrophic stupidity by people running a company loaded with geniuses.

I don't think they were stupid. Kodak behaved practically in a very rational way to maximize it near monopolistic present profit at the time when digital camera came to the scene. In retrospect, its perfect instrumental rationality eventually caused its demise.

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