udders , duh
Not at all
A little bit
udders , duh
take it easy lah... u share ur view, u have done your job... u can't control what others is thinking...
just forget it and move on brother !
have a nice day... be happy ok!
Olympus is like Ang Lee movie
Panasonic is like Tsui Hark movie
Sony is like John Woo movie
Nikon is like Zhang Yimou movie
Canon err... I can only think of Ken Watanabe and Simon Yam
RGB Metering & Focusing.
It's not about the equipments...
actually I am happy even though I do not own many Ls as my friend does.
to me, too admit the limitations of my choice won't be pain, in stead, I'd like to discuss the limitations. humans are humans because they know their tools, right?
while, it seems different feelings for some others, who refuse to look at the limitations, and feel hurt when the discussion comes.
The idea came to me, as I told my friend, you won't feel hurt because you choose a popular brand with solid support, while minorities may be more sensitive to this issue.
to be curious, I post a thread here. and I found IT IS TRUE, at least as I can read from the replies.
in order to be a better man, I will try to avoid doing things that may hurt other's feeling.
It was a bit surprised and followed uneasy when I realized I had done it to someone.
to those felt hurt, sorry la. please take it easy, I gonna to as well.
and thanks, sfoto100
to get the right piece of an equipment to fit one's need is mostly, a headache problem. even $$$ is not a big issue for professionals, there are other issues for them to think about.
while, you may be that kind of top guys, sword in heart not in hand, maybe even better, no sword in heart either
Last edited by notone; 29th July 2010 at 10:10 AM.
$$$ is very much a concern for working professionals and perhaps even more so than those not making a living out of taking photos. Each and every piece of equipment is purchased to make a living. Buying a piece of equipment which is inappropriate has more repercussions than you can imagine. Then again, working professionals should be experienced enough to select the right tools else they don't deserve to be in business.
sorry to bring in talks on professionals. I am not familiar with their life.
only limited info I got about them are a few of them give their equipment lists. To me, it seems not a big issue of $ for their gears since they make living with them, and are successful photographers commercially. of course they are better at making use of their gears than many of us here with same gears.
actually, it will be very interesting to learn how they learn how to choose the right tools for different purposes obviously different types of photography they are in affect their choices. I am not sure how much they think about brands, maybe not much if free from some companies (well, not all brands accepted. that's hurt).
I look at my friends camera.....
Got Aperture on lens......
They are so similar.
And yes, the basics of the camera and photo taking are based on these.
Ask yourself what you have to show for your time so far in CS (only BnS???)
Just go out and take more pictures with whatever gear you think is better than your friends
I see. there were speculations since very first post. I do not know how come people are so good at speculation out of context.
that's why I put a poll to see how many people would speculate as your way.
to be curious
there is really no need for you to visit BnS. you have your own antidote to a kind of fever: BBB
admire you! I wish I will come closer to your level in certain extent in future.
BTW, I get to used to poor/cheap gears since very beginning. It's even more fun to produce better result with poorer/cheapper equipments. so you really need not fear talking own limitations la.
Last edited by notone; 29th July 2010 at 05:41 PM.