What every photographer needs is a very patient wife ora very patient partner that: Puts up with the: ‘Just one more’, ‘Just a second, it’s a great light…’ Understands why her husband needs to spend thousandS of dollars on toys… Notice how she also looks in the direction of the birds that her husband is trying to make photos off?
This photographer was part of a Chinese tour group that came to Western Canada. I spoke with the tour guide. It was a tour group that came for photographing the Eagles at the Harrison Flats (in BC, in the beginning of November).
Darktable, shows some information about the image, like the filename, the extension, the operture, the shutter speed, the focal lens, and the iso. The problem, for me, is that I use the virtual copies (in Lightroom language), aka duplicates (in Darktable language), a lot.
Darktable, by default, has a very simple and light view for browsing images. Default Information in Darktable/Lighttable Default Information in Darktable/Lighttable As you can see, it’s very sparse.
Many places have boxing week sales. I needed another spare battery. I’m in Canada and ‘they’ charge an arm, a leg and even a second leg for the Canon batteries.
Only an idiot would buy a 1Dmk4 and shoot in JPEG! by Richard … aka Anon Ymous Anon Ymous screams first, opens his big mouth, contradicts everybody and is not very competent.
With the Darktable 3.x serie and continued with the Darktable 4.x serie, the developers have introduced a whole bunch of new concepts, including: scene referred processing display referred processing LAB space vs Linear RGB processing All these things have implications about which module to use or not.
Photographer laying down almost in the water Photographer laying down almost in the water Nigel uses a Canon 50D, a Canon 300L f/4 with a TC 1.
Recently, I was asked by a potential customer one of the “worst” question she could ask: Which camera are you using? — anonymous (2019) It’s like asking a mechanism which wrench does he use?
The Internet is a very good at propagating hoaxes and transforming these hoaxes into so-called facts (let’s not go into tweets and “fake-news”). The APS-C and the equivalency factor is just one of these hoaxes floating around the Internet.