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Go for it! You have everything to gain and nothing to lose.
The crop is certainly a good idea to try to isolate the subject, but the tree trunk in the upper right is a distraction and is pulling the eye away from the subject bench. A slightly different POV wou...
It is a good article. I agree with Pavel about the categories. I tried to place myself in a category, but that's hard to do subjectively. I'll need an outside opinion.
A very informative description of the workflow for this image. .....Dennis
I believe that it's not a common honeybee, but a Halictid Bee - Agapostemon virescens. Google finds almost everything.
Playing with my new macro lens, a Sigma 150 mm macro on a Canon 60D.
Good to know! I'm off to Wal-Mart to upgrade my equipment.
Your new camera seems to be performing very well. Your technique and processing of these images is wonderful. Regards.....Dennis :)
Everyone has different needs, wants and bank accounts. For me the point of diminoshing returns is well below that for this system.
I completely understand the urgent need to get a new toy from time to time. Almost anyting will do,Yep, I've been there..
Could be useful with those cameras with 200+ megapixel sensors. ( There must be some around)
Seems to be working very well today. Took me all of 0.5 seconds to get on. .....Dennis
Just to be contrary, Pavel, I live in the same area and have the same ISP. I have not noticed any deterioration. Shuttertalk seems quite snappy. Perhaps Rogers is getting back at you. LOL.
Lots of noise in the images from the I-phone 4S? Hmmmm....I wonder if its sensor size compared to even the smallest compact cameras might explain something. The 4S has a 1/3.2" (4.54 x 3.42 mm) senso...
I bought Pavel's Epson R1900 a few years ago. Colour prints are excellent and have won a number of awards at my camera club. B&W prints are OK (much better than my previous Epson R1400 that is junk ...
OK, Ok, I'm convinced. I put myself on the waiting list for a 4S today. Can't wait to have a relationship with Siri. ....Dennis
I attended the semi-annual photo show in Toronto a few days ago where companies display their latest and greatest equipment. My aim was to look at "travel" cameras for the times when my DSLR and big b...
Looks like it might be a lot of fun, and certainly inexpensive. You should check the accuracy of the shutter in a camera that is 60 or 70 years old. Recently I tried using some of my old film cameras...
Glen, I really like these images. You are using the lens in a truly masterful manner.By coincidence, I ordered a Samyang 8mm fisheye lens a few days ago. I'm looking forward to a great deal of fun. ...