Posts Tagged ‘ editorial ’

Saying Goodbye to Mac

October 17, 2016
Saying Goodbye to Mac

After eight years of nearly uninterrupted service, I finally had to retire my Mac Pro 2008. This dual-Xeon workstation served me long and faithfully, but Apple and the economy conspired against my upgrading to the latest and greatest Mac Pro. However, this was not a surprise. I saw the writing on the wall a...
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Micro Four Thirds vs. Medium Format – The Definitive Answer

March 15, 2016
Micro Four Thirds vs. Medium Format – The Definitive Answer

The OnlinePhotograper reports on the status of Micro Four Thirds vs. Medium Format in terms of image quality. In an interview with long-time photography professional Ctein, OnlinePhotographer asked “when will Micro Four Thirds images exceed the quality of Medium Format?” Ctein’s response: “-6 years.”   “Image quality is a multidimensional thing, some of which...
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What Hath Sigma Wrought?

February 26, 2016
What Hath Sigma Wrought?

What Hath Sigma Wrought? On February 22, 2016, Sigma Photo of Japan formally announced their entry into the mirrorless interchangeable lens camera market. They introduced not one, but two camera models: the SD Quattro and the SD Quattro H. Not only did they introduce two mirrorless camera models, they introduced an entire camera system...
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Return to Olympus

February 19, 2016

Those of you who have followed my blog, know of my long quest to find the best mirrorless camera for travel photography and everyday carry. This has been a very long process spanning many years and I have pretty much done this out-of-pocket. My travels included many parts of the United States and Europe....
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Has Olympus Resurrected Victorian Design Principles?

January 28, 2016
Has Olympus Resurrected Victorian Design Principles?

Has Olympus Resurrected Victorian Design Principles with the Pen-F? An exercise in the use of the word “however”. One of the hallmarks of the Victorian Era was the “Aesthetic Movement”. The term “Aesthetic Movement” refers to the introduction of principles that emphasized art in the production of furniture, metalwork, ceramics, stained glass, textiles, wallpapers,...
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