One of my favourite photos:It’s an unfinished marble statue of a nude female torso, standing outdoors near the waterfront in Naxos, a Cycladic Greek Island.It’s particularly pleasing to me for many reasons, and not because it just sold for the 4th time.It’s an astonishing work of art in this unfinished state. Maybe the sculptor had a fight with his model, went home for a souvlaki and coffee, and never came back. Whatever, I’m glad he didn’t.It also reminds me of holidaying on Naxos, one... continue reading
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I recently upgraded my venerable Panasonic GH1 m43 camera with a newer one, the GH3 which was on sale. There is a GH4 out and also a GX8 and G7but there are only small improvements in the field of stills. So I went for the GH3 which is supposedly a more professional camera with more buttons and weather sealing.I am happy in general with the new camera, more features, better focusing modes, faster etc. There is one thing I never thought will show up. The GH3 is more noisy. Let me explain. The... continue reading
Last week I sauntered into the kitchen and found this big plate all piled up with mangoes which looked very pale.I asked wifey “Hey why so many mangoes and why are they looking pale ?”She said “its all sort of blanched”Me : “Blanched?”Wifey “ Well I don’t know if the technical word is blanched, but what I did was put them in boiling water till they sort of turned slightly yellow and then immediately take them out and cool them”Me “ But who wants to eat boiled and... continue reading
I was reading my news letter from Olympus Inc. the other day and I saw something that piqued my interest.There was an article about pixel mapping.The article stated that a person could improve the quality of their exposures by doing a simple maneuver using the menu function.The article stated you should pixel map at least twice a year due to the fact that pixels located on your light sensor either malfunction, absorbing too much light causing "hot spots" on your images, or the pixels die,... continue reading
Raster images are made up tiny solid color areas called pixels. Every pixel contains information about color and placement.The number of pixels determines the resolution of the image. A bitmap image of 600 pixels enlarged by 500% will have the same number of pixels but each pixel will cover a larger area and this results in a pixelated image. Unlike raster images, vector files are generated by programs (Ai, Corel) which combine mathematical functions and coordinates that allow them to be stored in... continue reading
Please Note:No malice is intended in any of this comment of mine, especially not to any particular brand mentioned & or not mentioned here in this comment of my personal opinion.I am just a little confused right now as to what direction to go in. And am seeking knowledgeable advice.For now … I suppose that I'll have to wait and see what the next offering from SONY is as I have already a sizable investment into that brand … lenses / batteries / Remote trigger / etc. etcThat said, down... continue reading
hey all,witchone is the best "Vector vs Pixel"? Thats what a friend of mine asked. before i gave my answer i wanted to know what he was thinking.Hes answer was vector cause vector is new and has more possbilities.My opinion is that vector might be handy but in de end you wil always be seeing pixels.I say vector and pixels win :P continue reading
For some time that Isee people that don´t now what is vector!They talk in pictures and pixels. They say that are creating vector art in photoshop and when they enlarge the image, they see large pixels. That is not vector! That one image with pixels like a photo.Vector is draw with programs like corel or illustrator, were the lines are mathematical formulas. Were you say to the computer (I want one anchor point here and another here) and the computer draw a line or a gradient. You don´t paint... continue reading
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