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rfsIII

rfsIII

Lives in United States Midland, MD, United States
Works as a Writer and Photog
Joined on Sep 9, 2006
About me:

I take a lot of pictures. Sometimes for money.

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  • Don't be so hard on old Sammy...I shot a job last weekend in a similar situation and full midday sun is one of the hardest environments for any camera because the range of tones from light to dark...

  • Thanks again for getting out and shooting test photos in the real world.

  • As noted below, there are once again concerns about whether Google can use the photos you store for their promotional purposes. To me it sounds very ambiguous which means that Google will push to...

  • As noted below, there are once again concerns about whether Google can use the photos you store for their promotional purposes. To me it sounds very ambiguous which means that Google will push to...

  • The world is waiting for someone to create an adapter for this phone that would let you attach converter lenses like Panasonic's VW-T4314H Tele Conversion Lens. Maybe it could be you?

  • Thanks! Great way to balance pluses and minuses.

  • So Lars, if I'm a multi-media journalist on deadline, know how to use a tripod, and have good camera skills, would this camera phone be the best choice to shoot and upload stills and video for use...

  • Because people don't realize a good thing when they see it. If photographers were more perceptive and had a better understanding of their inner selves, we would all own Pentaxes.

  • You are really going to argue about less than 4/10 of a centimeter

  • Seven or eight years ago I went to an exhibit of winners of a NatGeo amateur photo contest. The prints were all 20x24 or bigger and they all looked stunning even though they were shot on the...

  • Seven or eight years ago I went to an exhibit of winners of a NatGeo amateur photo contest. The prints were all 20x24 or bigger and they all looked stunning even though they were shot on the...

  • It always comes back around to the universal truth that Pentax cameras are still the best. I continue to use my old screw-mount Pentax lenses on my modern camera because they really shoot beautiful...

  • You must be very young. After the brilliant image quality—especially the delicate skin tones—of the 10D, it's been all downhill for poor Canon. Though the first 5D was not so bad....

  • Great shots. But I have decided you guys at DPR need to have a standard stress test for all cameras similar to what Thom Hogan does with his basketball shot.

    But instead of a basketball in a badly...

  • You should be proud. It only took you guys a year or two to figure out in the digital realm what took Ansel Adams decades of work in the film world. So yes. You did a good thing. I'm OK if you...

  • Hmm let's think about what's going on here....

    1. Discovery that manufacturers' exposure and processing recommendations don't always create best photo.
    2. Extensive testing to determine response...

  • I'm with you. You see it less nowadays, but there were a lot of cameras that completely destroyed skintone highlights. As you got closer to the highlight, the gradation curve got really notchy and...

  • I hope that your hand model realizes that she should be expensing her manicures. Every hand model I've ever worked with has been reimbursed for having her nails done before a shoot and accounting...

  • So Rishi, if I'm interpreting you correctly, you're saying that most of the digital camera makers use about the same characteristic curve, IOW they all calculate their curves for a certain number...

  • There's still no equal to 8x10 view camera film. Perhaps he could take one of those along too.

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