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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: Will is not strong August 3, 2015
    Yildiz,Thank you. I am enjoying the lens. I am waiting for my daughter to come back from Europe. (For those uninitiated, she is my "resident" model for portrait experiments.)She is spending her time in Italy in a summer abroad program at her University and decidedto backpack few cities in Europe with one of her friends. […]
    sury
  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: Will is not strong August 3, 2015
    Sury wrote:Will Not StrongCongratulations, Sury! A good lens...Don't worry too much about the will power, Sury. You know what they say about son-in-laws and daughters: "You're not losing your daughter, you're gaining a son." As long as that 'son' is good quality, you are unharmed by the change. And that 135mm 1.8 ZA looks like […]
    aster
  • Jokes and Photo Phunnies • Wheelie Bin August 3, 2015
    In Australia, the curbside garbage carts are called "wheelie bins."A garbage collector is driving along a Sydney street picking up the wheelie bins and emptying them into his rubbish truck.He goes to one house where the bin hasn't been left out.In the spirit of kindness and after having a quick look about for the bin, […]
    david antony
  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: Will is not strong August 3, 2015
    Thank you David. Much appreciated. I am still trying to get a hang of the lens.That means more disk space is needed. SuryStatistics: Posted by sury — Mon Aug 03, 2015 3:43 am
    sury
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Free preview download – Perfect Layers

onOne Software have announced that a Public Preview of Perfect Layers is now available to download and try out, free of charge. Perfect Layers is a standalone application that works on its own allowing you to create and edit layered Photoshop files. If you use Lightroom or Aperture and you’ve ever wanted to or wished you […] . . . → Read More: Free preview download – Perfect Layers

Which Sony Alpha kit lens?

This article was originally published in Photoworld magazine April 2008. It discusses the reasons for choosing between the 18-70mm, 16-105mm, 16-80mm, 18-200mm and 18-250mm kit lens choices for the Sony Alpha DSLR system and has been updated as necessary from the original text. . . . → Read More: Which Sony Alpha kit lens?

Apple Aperture 2.0 processes A700 raw

Apple’s Aperture 2.0 is a tedious program to test, with all its creation of ‘projects’ and ‘libraries’, ‘albums’, ‘vaults’ and nonstandard GUI, and it isn’t fast in processing files or passing them to Photoshop (which it does in 16-bit form, just another step to reverse before saving as far as I’m concerned). However, it’s handling […] . . . → Read More: Apple Aperture 2.0 processes A700 raw

ACR 4.3.1 hasn’t solved A700 high ISO mush problems

After reading Andrea Nivini’s article in Italian Tutti Fotografi, December 2007, which launches an attack on Adobe’s Camera Raw plug-in and its handling of many camera types – but specifically, the Sony Alpha 700 – I decided to check out whether the December 5th release, ACR 4.3.1, fixed the problems. . . . → Read More: ACR 4.3.1 hasn’t solved A700 high ISO mush problems

The Lensbaby 3G creative zonal focus tilt-swing lens

THE LENSBABY was a novelty item when first introduced as a low-cost meniscus lens mounted on a flexible concertina tube with an SLR mount-fitting at the other end. Like the Diana or Holga cameras sometimes used by professionals to capture a feel of post-modern grunge, it used aberrations creatively. . . . → Read More: The Lensbaby 3G creative zonal focus tilt-swing lens