mobile photography technology, culture and community
www.dpreview.com
SirSeth

SirSeth

Lives in United States Hagerstown, United States
Works as a Teacher
Has a website at wallygoots.smugmug.com
Joined on Feb 8, 2004
About me:

My plan is to ever improve my trade, my hobbies, and my relationships with family, friends, and my God. My trade is teaching Math and Computers. My primary hobbies are lutherie (guitar building) and photography. My God is slow to anger and abounding in love. He will not always accuse, nor will he harbor His anger forever; He does not treat us as our sins deserve or repay us for our iniquities. For as high as the heavens are above the earth so great is His love for those who fear him. As far as the east is from the west so far has he removed our transgressions from us. If you have questions or gripes about my God, I always enjoy talking with someone who is a seeker. Rock throwers are rarely convinced of anything spiritual and I can respect their desire to believe differently than myself.

SirSeth's recent activity

  • That was really funny (though the insecurity and bias below are as bad as youtube comments which is saying something).

  • It is a lesser known fact that whenever someone starts an argument with "it is a well known fact" one should check their bias-o-meter. I just checked mine and found that some folks actually believe...

  • Jeremy,... naw, nerd makes a very poor argument. "Show me 18mm 1.0, 25mm 1.0 and 42mm 0.9".... blah blah blah. There is no connection between made up lenses and the quality of what exists. It's...

  • Caerolle, you are so right. Most people don't know about anything other than the Canikon big names at the big box stores. Many people don't even know mirrorless exists, but more people are starting...

  • I think micro4/3rds is a better option and don't have to show you anything. I also think Sony FF mirrorless is a better option, also have nothing to prove to you. I have no problem that you like...

  • nerd2, I think micro4/3rds is a better option and don't have to show you anything. I also think Sony FF mirrorless is a better option, also have nothing to prove to you. I have no problem that you...

  • nerd2, I think micro4/3rds is a better option and don't have to show you anything. I also think Sony FF mirrorless is a better option, also have nothing to prove to you. I have no problem that you...

  • Good specs and solid looking little body for the price. The kit prices are good and this would be a perfect recommendation over entry level DSLRs imo.

  • When those who don't have cards readers in all their computers bother with cables?

  • It kind of proves that Panasonic doesn't decide what Best Buy stocks and Best Buy stocks a name people recognize in photography.

    I noticed Target has this huge Bose and Beats headphone displays....

  • 600mm equiv. lens that is actually 300mm size is not bad to hand hold even without a tripod. I have a FD 500mm f4.5L and previously a 300mm f2.8 with 1.4x and 2x that were surely heavier than the...

  • Mssimo, since you used Kodak as an example, do you mean to say that the cause of Kodak's failure was that they had a foothold? Using them as an example of what will inevitably happen to Canon and...

  • None of the big players are going anywhere soon. Canon and Nikon have a foothold in DSLRs until the current generation of photographers die at least if not longer. That said, Android stole over 70%...

  • Commented on Hawaii-June 1969 & June 2014 in the Memories challenge

    What a fantastic story and picture. Congratulations for staying together while apart! (...tips hat...)

  • Commented on Hawaii-June 1969 & June 2014 in the Memories challenge

    What a fantastic story and picture. Congratulations for staying together while apart! (...tips hat...) If you have not see it already, check out the Andrew Peterson's video "Dancing in the...

  • Wow, I'm used to the first step being denial. This is refreshing. Thanks DPR for reporting on the problem and solution.

  • Commented on E' la Belle Epoque in the A portrait in Corcos style challenge

    What a lovely young lady with a truly peaceful expression. The lighting is blissful and I think this is a deserving first for a Corsco style portrait.

  • I could shoot this one without a tripod too. "Just put it over there on the ground. Yeah, a little to the left. Ok, Sweet." :)

  • Interesting. Canon seems to be a formula following company and this really breaks the mold. Kind of an oddball attempt to be innovative and I'm not sure if it's going to be amazing or a dud. Time...

  • Like everyone else is saying, if the price were $299, or the magnification was 1.5:1 or 2:1, or it was a 150mm with a tripod collar, or it was f4 and much smaller than the legacy options it might...

Activity older than 12 months is not displayed.
Total messages 0
Threads started 0
Total comments 314
Total likes 614
Last post 2 days ago
Total reviews 1
Last review Apr 17, 2004
Entries 25
Votes cast 1620
Last entry Oct 10, 2010
Photos uploaded 140
Last upload Apr 26, 2010
About us
Sitemap
Connect