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Feb 13, 2019 21:50:10   #
joehel2 wrote:
I just came back from a Canadian Rockies trip, Banff NP and Jasper. 95% of the time, I used a 24-70. For landscape scenes that included a great night sky, I used a 17-35 2.8.


Joehel2 - what camera and sensor size were you using? I’ll be going to the same places in August and use a Sony a6500 with an APS-C sensor. I have a 10 - 18/f4. And a 18 - 200/ f4.5 /6.3
 
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Jan 16, 2019 16:25:21   #
Bill P wrote:
Why are so many people on this site such assholes?


I do concur.
Jan 16, 2019 10:25:32   #
Well, I thought uglyhedghog was a nice photography forum for all sorts of topics photography. However there appears to be a whole bunch of nasty ugly hedgehogs rearing their abusive heads on this thread. This would be enough to scare people away from posting anything. I do hope you all get out of the right side of the bed tomorrow.
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Jan 12, 2019 13:27:29   #
I Have to say that as these seem to be selling full price at Sigma and on Best Buy for $449 that your price on $400 seems little high.
Does it include both front and back caps and lens hood? And original packing?
 
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Dec 29, 2018 00:40:28   #
Also, if you take a break for a cup of tea then do not leave the teaspoon in the cup while drinking.
Dec 25, 2018 12:23:18   #
Dec 25, 2018 11:12:17   #
Looking good. Merry Christmas to you all.
Dec 25, 2018 10:49:16   #
I have one for sale with several extras. Base leather Sony case. Wired remote and all original boxes documents. Will also throw in David Busch’s Guide book to the Sony 6300. Plus Sony LCS U21. Lens 16-50mm OSS. Have taken around 2500 shots on a trip to Italy. Asking $800 by PayPal.
Dec 14, 2018 22:54:47   #
David in Dallas wrote:
I geotag my photos using a separate GPS Logger gadget and computer software to merge the location data into the photo EXIF. I use a DSLR, not a "smart" phone. I don't post (much) to Social Media pages but put my images on Flickr (with geotags). Also, I do not use geotag information from someone else's photo as a guide for finding places to take pictures--I take pictures of where I am when traveling as the mood strikes. I generally have no idea of what anyone else has photographed in that area. And I have a hard time imagining that many vacationers peruse geotag data and deliberately go to those exact coordinates just to take a picture--if they are doing that, they really need to get a life.

Regarding eliminating the geotag data when sharing photos, many of the upload tools have options/features for doing exactly that. JASC Paint Shop Pro did it automatically and there was no way to keep it from doing it, so I migrated to Adobe Lightroom, which has the feature (a default) but can be turned off (which I do). I understand that the Corel version of PSP now enables turning off the option to delete the geotag information, though.

The only times I would want to disable moving the geotag with a photo would be if leaving it in place would jeopardize some personal privacy issue: a photo of a child at home, photos of valuables, guns, etc. where they are located, etc. Having the GPS data in such photos would make theft or assault much easier and would be best deleted.

I don't think the "problem" of too many tourists flocking to a popular photo location is generated by people like me having geotagged photos of those places. I also don't agree that I should stop putting that information out there to try to alleviate that problem.
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Dec 13, 2018 13:12:36   #
Boy, Now I am confused:

I read the formula above as C(C-A) = C^2

Transposing this is: (C-A) = C^2 / C

Which is (C-A) = C

So then C-C = A

Therefore A = 0

How can this be? Confusing. Maybe age is getting the better of me. Either that or I have nothing better to do :-)

Mike.
Dec 13, 2018 12:47:50   #
I have tended to shoot zooms but am trying out a few prime lenses now as well. My thought is to shoot prime while on a photo shoot and then to shoot zooms while on vacation/travel where I try to keep my travel weight down.

Mike.
Dec 13, 2018 12:00:58   #
The simple answer then is to stop any visitors of any kind from visiting any points of interest in nature. Then they will be preserved in a pristine manner.
/s
Nov 27, 2018 13:49:50   #
cdayton wrote:
Yes, 2004 XK8 with about 70K miles.


Very nice. I have a 2008 XKR with about 28k Miles. Member of Carolina Jaguar Club. Great cars.
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