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RMW

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Dan Wells Article
« on: September 13, 2019, 06:03:01 pm »

Good on Dan.

Yes technology is useful while loss of humanity is not.

Richard

PS- Hope we see more emphasis on LuLa for this critical concern.
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Re: Dan Wells Article
« Reply #1 on: September 13, 2019, 06:43:44 pm »

+1   loved the "rant" at the end of the article Dan and I agree wholeheartedly.  I use my i-phone to talk to people and to record(snapshots) of my mastiff puppy as he grows..   anything serious is done with a Z7 + zeiss lenses and photoshop + my personal view
thanks for the article
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Larry.
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Re: Dan Wells Article
« Reply #2 on: September 14, 2019, 08:26:15 am »

For those that have iPhones and are curious, look for "RAW! Photo" and "RAWCamera" in the App Store.

You aren't limited to the automatic-everything "Camera" app provided by Apple.
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Jeremy Roussak

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Re: Dan Wells Article
« Reply #3 on: September 14, 2019, 02:41:05 pm »

For those that have iPhones and are curious, look for "RAW! Photo" and "RAWCamera" in the App Store.

You aren't limited to the automatic-everything "Camera" app provided by Apple.

Lightroom Mobile is pretty good, too, and (I think) free if you have a subscription to LR.

Jeremy
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Re: Dan Wells Article
« Reply #4 on: September 14, 2019, 06:31:04 pm »

Taking snapshots on the iPhone (XsMax for me) has been useful for several things. Without going into RAW iPhone processing, I got a Camera-Plus app that allows me to control the ISO, so with a tabletop tripod or Gorillapod, I can shoot in lower light at a low shutter speed without having the phone automatically select ISO 250 or higher, which is a disaster for the tiny sensor. It might not be more than a novelty in most cases, but I'd guess there is real value in the phone camera for some people who are constrained to get a better image from the thing under less-than-ideal circumstances.
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