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Changed job last month - no more time to play...


Just an enthusiast photographer... who became a gear junkie ;-)

Bodies:
Canon EOS 7D
Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT

Lenses:
Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM
Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6
Canon EF 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM
Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM
Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM
Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III

Flashes:
Canon Speedlite 580EX II
Canon Speedlite 380EX

Tripod:
Manfrotto 3021BPRO
Manfrotto 322CR2

More accessories and bags...


Apr
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Mar
13
comment EyeFi doesn't support CF cards. Are there any alternatives that do?
<sarcasm> Now that it took them 4 years to finally answer to our request, let's hope that the market price for the EyeFi cards will get reasonable before we have to replace our aging non-wireless cameras... At an age where an 16GB SD can be bought at some $8, they sell their EyeFi for $60 (dang, I can see a whole wireless adapter grip kit for $105 for my 7D). </sarcasm>
Mar
13
comment EyeFi doesn't support CF cards. Are there any alternatives that do?
That's good news... From their website looks like the technical problem we were questioning about was the regular metal casing of the CF cards (that would not explain, though, what prevents them from actually making a custom CF card with WiFi). Nevertheless, the certified adapter should work just great.
Jan
22
comment How to create the equivalent of an Adjustment Layer in an editor that does not support it?
Thanks. One note - if by "they weigh nothing" you mean no memory consumption, then the alpha channel itself weighs a considerable amount.
Nov
20
comment How to identify whether the available light is too harsh or too soft?
I'd just add a nuance to the great answer - the light properties can vary when moving around. It is possible to get nice, soft images even on a midday clear sky walk in the park, if your subject is under a tree... My point is that when you judge by your own shadow, make sure you stand approximately where you subject matter is. Obviously, this is hard if your subject is the landscape itself.
Nov
20
comment How to identify whether the available light is too harsh or too soft?
@Meysam - I don't think the camera settings can affect the appearance of shadows in your image. The "softness" is a property of the light source and the object in question. Possibly, the one option you have is to use a soft lens (or intentionally out-of-focus), but this will make your whole image soft.
Nov
20
comment Panoramic camera and length measurements
By "radial" I meant the dimension that is along the Line of Sight. In an extreme situation, think of a very long stick, positioned along the LoS. There is no way to tell its length from the projection. If it is positioned at 45 degrees, then you can tell its projected width, but unless you know the slant angle, you cannot tell its depth (and hence, its length).
Nov
20
revised Panoramic camera and length measurements
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Nov
20
revised Panoramic camera and length measurements
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Nov
20
comment Panoramic camera and length measurements
I think that dav1dsm1th put a link in his comment to a resource (Wikipedia) to start with.
Nov
19
answered Panoramic camera and length measurements
Nov
11
comment Does black and white photography still make sense?
@supercat - Can you elaborate on why would you expect that? Given the photo-sensitive elements of a color sensor are essentially monochromatic, why would there be a "couple of stops" different?
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