Loved it. Fascinating stuff. I'm into astronomy and soon into astrophotography.
All excellent photos. I would also love to see a colour processed version of each for comparison. Some lend really well to B&W, though I suspect some may have more impact in colour.
Very cool video.I also noticed that there was no issue regarding no EVF. Thats the sign of people who can adapt and get results regardless. Good job.
Even if it could write at 1GB/s, you could only shoot 1 photo every 2 minutes.. if you're ok with that.
If hungry enough, yes.
A good food photo is one that makes you say "yum" and want to eat it. If it doesnt have that effect, then its not the best photo possible.
A very nice photo that demonstrates photographer skill + composition is the most important factor, not the equipment.
Love this kind of photography. Very fascinating stuff.I still remember more than 20 years ago when I first looked at yellow pollen under the microscope at 1000x. It looked like a sea mine.
I checked out the link. Taylor Gray has a lot of very nice landscape photos.I feel sorry for those with the negative comments. Seems like they are devoid of any humanity. It seems like not even...
I checked out the link. Taylor Gray has a lot of very nice landscape photos.
I feel sorry for those with the negative comments. Seems like they are devoid of any humanity. It seems like not even...
A few people seem to be highly strung and ready to argue as if they have something to prove.We all have in us at least a bit of passionate photographer. Try to invoke that part of you and be...
A few people seem to be highly strung and ready to argue as if they have something to prove.
We all have in us at least a bit of passionate photographer. Try to invoke that part of you and be...
Great shot. Love the fiery pieces.
Elegant and beautiful. Lovely colours. I also like the full depth focus.
I do have images to back it up.. but clearly not worth wasting my time here.
Try the tests yourself before making ridiculous comments.
I make that statement on the basis of a good quality sharp lens and have already done the test to confirm. Obviously it is easier to make a quality sharp lens for a small sensor than a quality...
People like to quote Cambridge in Colour, but actual tests will show you that maximum detail on a 1/2.3" sensor is up to f/8.
What is your point? The rainbow lorikeet has natural colours. The photo above looks natural. I do not perceive any HDR, extreme photoshop or saturation applied.
Nice shot. Its actually a rainbow lorikeet.
That was awesome. Nicely captured. I assume that retardant exposure is non-toxic..