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Jim Salvas

Jim Salvas

Lives in United States West Chester, PA, United States
Works as a Photography/Writing
Has a website at camerajim.com
Joined on Mar 24, 2006
About me:

Serious photographer for 60+ years.

Jim Salvas' recent activity

  • I'm surprised you find the Mark II better for C-AF, as it doesn't have the PDAF of the E-M1. I haven't used a Mark II, but the new firmware definitely improved my E-M1. The Mark II must be doing...

  • What fun! But, hey, guys, we're also waiting for a test of continuous AF with the E-M1’s new firmware. This would have been a good opportunity.

  • Commented on Olympus OM-D E-M5 II Review preview

    It's not just compared to "peers in the same class." It regularly gets compared to cameras costing twice or three times as much, as in this review, against the D810. Granted, it's a limited...

  • Commented on Olympus OM-D E-M5 II Review preview

    It's amazing how these cameras get slammed for "only" having 16mp when the Nikon D4s has the same resolution. Sure, it has tremendous dynamic range an low light capability, but in good light...

  • Commented on Olympus OM-D E-M5 II Review preview

    With the new 3.0 firmware, it will use PDAF at up to 9 FPS with either 4/3 or m4/3 lenses. Works great.

  • Commented on Olympus OM-D E-M5 II Review preview

    I'm a little surprised the review mentions PDAF in the A6000 and the NX1, but not the E-M1 and especially not the recent and significant firmware improvement in the E-M1.

  • Submitted a challenge entry The Tree, Sunrise
    Placed 2nd in the challenge.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Snow Bench
    Placed 22nd in the challenge.
  • Why didn't they just sell Aperture? Another company would be happy to take over this user base and keep a very good app on the Apple platform.

  • Submitted a challenge entry Osage Orange Trunk
    The maclura pomifera is commonly called the Osage Orange for the distinctive orange flesh just under the bark. This one is over 100 years old.
    Placed 56th in the challenge. The maclura pomifera is commonly called the Osage Orange for the distinctive orange flesh just under the bark. This one is over 100 years old.
  • OK, these are better than mine. Well, most of them.

  • Commented on Perfect Timing in the Decisive moment-revisited challenge

    That's a pretty amazing capture, especially with a manual focus lens at 1.2. You get extra points for degree of difficulty.

  • Commented on Corinne in the Linkedin Headshots challenge

    That's pretty close.

    The key light was in a 22" beauty dish reflector, about 3 feet from the subject and above her. The fill light was in an umbrella, below the camera positio, the hairlight was...

  • Commented on Corinne in the Linkedin Headshots challenge

    That's pretty close.

    The key light was in a 22" beauty dish reflector, about 3 feet from the subject and above her. The fill light was in an umbrella, below the camera position.There was a hair...

  • Commented on Corinne in the Linkedin Headshots challenge

    I shot this for use on a corporate website. And there is no link to preserve the privacy of the subject.

  • Commented on _MG_6524200 in the Linkedin Headshots challenge

    Nice pic, but not for Linkedin.

  • Commented on 1000_DSC_1295 in the Linkedin Headshots challenge

    Children should not be on Linkedin.

  • Commented on Beeta_G in the Linkedin Headshots challenge

    Children should not be on Linkedin.

  • Submitted a challenge entry Sarah Smiles
    Placed 9th in the challenge.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Chloe
    Placed 23rd in the challenge.
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