Thanks for sharing, love his perspective. A good gas remedy.
Thanks for your replies. It was just a curiosity on my part that I could not figure out. DxO is not my primary source, but one of many I look at. I don't buy a lot of equipment but do enjoy reading about, and keeping up with, photo technology.
Can someone explain the numbers in the box under the DxoMark Score and Sharpness. I couldn't find anything on their site.
Thanks to everyone for your comments. You have given great suggestions for me to look at.
There are a myriad of training sites and courses online, both paid and free. I would like to hear from fellow members their suggestions, based on personal usage, about some of these training/learning sources. Lightroom is where I want to concentrate first.
I prefer to choose one source that will take you from the beginning, workflow/file management, and move forward from there. Suggestions for paid or free training. Thanks in advance.
Thank you for sharing those gorgeous shots of our beautiful state!
Photographing Yosemite is like a QB always having a Jerry Rice to throw to. Her beauty can make anyone a great photograher. (I'm sure you're a great photographer as well!)
Great set, I never tire of seeing Yosemite.
Using P, I can always take a picture, but in M, I can adjust the settings so that the image is really bad.
LOL. Love it Jerry, you nailed it!
I recently posted a question on who had the best glass in a mirrorless system among Fuji, Olympus, Sony, or Panasonic. It turned out to be a 7 page thread and had great info.
One poster brought out a good point, besides the glass, about what a person is shooting and some cameras would be better suited for those situations.
So to expand on that, from those with experience, which mirrorless camera/system would you recommend for family gatherings and vacation/landscapes. I do not shoot sports, birds in flight, etc. Fastest object would be 2 year old toddler!
Wow, what a great thread and thanks to you all for your response. You have been a big help. Now for my next question...posting soon!
I am considering going mirrorless (currently Nikon D7k and lenses).
As a group, who do you consider to have the best quality glass (not quantity of lenses) among Fuji, Sony, Olympus, Panasonic?
Or is there even a dime's difference among them.
I will be going to Monterey CA in a couple weeks. I have never been to Calif. I will have some time for photography. Any suggested must get shots in the area? Many thanks in advance.
Every place around Monterey is a Kodak moment. Take the coastal drive south in the afternoon for the must see photo ops, then finish the day with dinner at the Nepenthe restaurant at Big Sur and watch the sunset. It is our favorite thing to do at the end of a beautiful day.http://www.nepenthebigsur.com/
If you are backing up the same folder(s)each time ... (
File explorer/copy is what I am doing now and was trying to find something safe that would mirror in the background what I do on my main drive to my external.
I tried freefilesync and it worked fine but kept getting warnings from my security software so I wanted an alternative. Thanks.
I am using win10. Thanks for the suggestions. Will look at all of them. I'm pretty windows literate and all those are new to me, but love to learn.