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b craw

b craw

Lives in United States Modesto, CA, United States
Works as a Artist and Instructor
Has a website at bradcraw.com
Joined on Jul 21, 2013
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  • Yes, a whole running narrative progressing with each image.

  • Holy cow. What is the world coming to?!!

  • Mohogany brushed diamond dust would be nice. Perhaps optional carved monogram as well.

  • I imagine flash will be largely limited to a fill role with a 4/3 sensor, f/1.7 lens. In any case the add-on flag will, I suspect, do just fine - if I'm not mistaken it comes with the camera. My...

  • Funny.

  • Commented on Behind the Shot: Spot the Shark article

    It is healthy to observe that natural variations in approach speak to the differences inherent to individuals.

    Also, the formal mechanics of an image (including landscape) are but one dimension of...

  • Commented on Behind the Shot: Spot the Shark article

    Fair enough...as your personal preference.

    I think you may be confusing two distinctly different things within this argument. The first (which I was making reference to - perhaps not very clearly)...

  • Commented on Behind the Shot: Spot the Shark article

    Fair enough...as your personal preference.

    I think you may be confusing two distinctly different things within this argument. The first (which I was making reference to - perhaps not very clearly)...

  • Commented on Behind the Shot: Spot the Shark article

    Perhaps we have become to analytical, yet I believe what is often not suffiently acknowledged is that some degree of calculated process is inherent; and - more to my point - it is the resonance of...

  • Commented on Behind the Shot: Spot the Shark article

    I appreciate your comment. And, yet, I find it problematic to create an appropriate methodology (as you seem to suggest) for taking an image. Certainly there are some whose photography would...

  • This camera is impressive - period. So much excellent photography has been done with cameras that look rather primative when compared to what has surfaced in the last few years. If we aren't making...

  • It was a quick intro - not much content in jeopardy. Petty. Petty. Petty.

  • Be careful: petty squawking might be confused with constructive criticism.

  • viking79:

    I'm enjoying the analogies.

  • Being sarcastic maybe?

  • [Perhaps to you] but I couldn't in good conscience characterize this camera - compact enough with a 4/3 sensor (2x bigger than 1") - "a let down". We are becoming a pretty spoiled lot.

  • That top view is camera p**n - seriously gorgeous.

  • Let's be fair, it not likely to be a slouch of a camera. That said, seems a bit conflicted, as are my opinions of it.

    Certainly, some are going to emphasis it simply being FF and minimize general...

  • Let's be fair, it not likely to be a slouch of a camera. That said, it does seem a bit conflicted, as are my opinions of it.

    Certainly, some are going to emphasis it simply being FF and minimize...

  • Many hinges for tilting LCD's are some of the most robust elements of cameras; if they are breaking, some strange gymnastics are certainly involved.

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