To me, a world where Google controls _everything_ is not a great thing.
Thanks! I have always wondered what role the little house played in the camera's operation.
For me, no batch processsing and no reorganization of effects are dealbreakers. It's too bad, because I think the output is very good.
I like the output of Nikon's own software, but the interface is horrendous and the performance is pathetic. I long ago migrated to DxO.
I'm old and I prefer modern stuff.
I dunno...it looks like it might not have been soon enough.
That's not what you were saying when you had a few drinks in you.
It's nostalgia, not nationalism, that's the true last refuge of the scoundrel.
Agreed. Printed manual is useful. Want.
Nope, I know what you mean. That said, even in the brightest light I can usually see enough to compose the shot. Works for me, YMMV. :)
I have this camera. It's pretty terrific. My favorite feature is the articulating screen. Coupling this with its small size and non-threatening appearance makes it the perfect street camera. I...
Forgive me. I always forget how hard it is to put makeup on a seabird!
Great shot. And what a subject! No aspersions, but IMO with such a charismatic bird, it's almost like cheating. ;) Beautiful!
Well, this seems useful and important.
Snarkiness aside, my _personal_ taste is that these would be better with a lot less HDR processing. Subtlety can convey a lot of mood and atmosphere.
Squishing kittens in a vise while having your balls set on fire and listening to Sammy Davis sing "The Candy Man" on a wobbly 45? Other than that, no, I don't think so.
It's so strange how for a long time, the world was black and white, then suddenly rolled over into terrifyingly overcooked HD.
The corrected one looks better, but it's pretty artificial looking when viewed up close.