Inspired by the recent post "just sharing how much details..." by "terbaboom". It's maybe more detail than you are looking for, but it was a fun series of posts from June 27 and July 06, 2014... where have the years gone. The former addresses the historical roots of ISO from a film perspective and t
The thing about photography... given a 'problem' you normally find as many solutions as respondents. It's like searching for the best kit or best lens... it depends. The classic solution to controlling reflections is large softbox. The building I use to work at had a huge multi story center concours
Just one man's opinion.... ;-) the test is how the tonal quality would have appeared given alternative (optimal) exposures. I once ran a test with a Canon 5D MkII given that ISO with digital cameras just capture light "relative to" an arbitrary pre-programmed scale. The light captured is in the same
"Mid pleasures and palaces though we may roam A charm from the skies seems to hallow us there Which seek thro' the world, is ne'er met elsewhere" lyrics John Howard Payne (1823) from the opera "Clari" or the "Maid of Milan"
The focus, the background, the exposure, the sharp feather & eye detail. It all comes together in the moment... lovely. Have you mentioned what kit / lens / tripod you were using? The Osprey is a different kettle of fish ; ) Casey .
...about an unnamed British intelligence agent who is abducted and imprisoned in a mysterious coastal village. Patrick McGoohan co-created the series and as well played the lead role of "Number Six". Number 16 ... another is the series of "doors" and "portals"... Casey .
Having helped a friend move homes I have been invited to spend some time in Nagano Prefecture... open ended visit. I brought my x100t and the Leica MP (15, 28, 50mm) plus a bunch of expired Neopan 100... As soon as the house is settled I hope to get some local photos... it's a beautiful time of year