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Somehow I can hear Mr. Scott saying "How many times do I have to tell you-- the right tool for the right job!". Isn't it a matter of what kind of image "floats your boat"? If you want an image that everything is in focus, a smaller m4/3 will do it in spades. If you want an image where the subject "pops out" then a full size sensor will do it (much ... no way, way, way better). I have a Panasonic GF-1, a bunch of APS-C Canons, and old 5D and personally I just "like" the look of an image that just "pops". That GF-1 just doesn't do it for me (believe me I tried) and in spite of it's small size rarely comes out and the 5D is simply too much to lug around. Now an APS-C kit with a big F/2 lens ... and not a pain to lug around ...
Too much talking about Pentax? "Friends does not let friends buy Canon. As long as it is not that, I think it is ok. Looking forward for you talking about, well not Shen Haos but Chamonix.' I gotta say that I went down the Canon path cause after my son was born a digital rebel (300D) seemed like the only thing out there.. but gee why does everyone have nasty thoughts about Canon?
Toggle Commented Nov 15, 2010 on Too Much? at The Online Photographer
If you're using time machine use that or migration assistant and make the move .. it pretty easy and you'll save $100 .. but I'd buy Applecare.
I don't think it's just clients. I took a workshop last year shortly after I got a Panasonic GF-1. The "model" and the assistant were both photographic "artists". I got snide looks and sarcastic comments from the onset from the pair. "How dare I come to a workshop with a point and shoot camera".
Toggle Commented Sep 19, 2010 on What Your Clients Want at The Online Photographer
Unfortunately I don't yet own a copy of the Parisians .. just wondering .. which print appears in the book. or
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Sep 13, 2010