Is there a camera which stands out over the other? ... a Perfect 10!

Discussion in 'UK Photography' started by aniramca, Jul 31, 2007.

  1. aniramca

    jdear64 Guest

    I judge people by what they post, how else should I judge them?

    Can you please explain how Tony rails against people constantly buying
    new DSLR's and yet he himself bought seven in the last five years?
    His posts were nothing but contradictions. And when they are pointed
    out, he just snips them out as if they never existed. So I must
    conclude he is also dishonest. If you would like to explain his post,
    please do. I have no delusions of grandeur about photography or
    anything else.
     
    jdear64, Aug 10, 2007
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  2. aniramca

    AAvK Guest

    "tech-fanatic" as compared to a true artist.... what would be the point, jee whiz.
    AAvK
     
    AAvK, Aug 12, 2007
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  3. aniramca

    AAvK Guest

    OH! You mean you really do come out and *judge* people at all and out loud.

    HHMMM!!

    That would happen_to_be way_way uncool and unnacceptable in every way unless GOD
    or the GOV'T gave you the right to do so.

    You don't judge them! All you see is text they scrambled out of their brain for crikey's
    sakes. A human, especially an artist, is a whole living menat and emotional culture. More
    complex than the text that you see.
    As above. It's complex.
    Again, as above. All my answers to this reply of yours, above. He could have mental
    illness of some sort, and of which there are many. Mental illness is *psychiatric*
    which is "physical" chemical imbalance in the brain, not the same as psychological
    problems (which is usually bullshit).

    Or, he could be a game-playing asshole, too.
     
    AAvK, Aug 12, 2007
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  4. aniramca

    jdear64 Guest

    Yes, everyone judges everyone else whether they admit it or not. Did
    you not call me an "A-HOLE" in your previous post? Wasn't that a
    judgment? You seen to contradict yourself as much as Mr. Polson ( are
    you one and the same? ).

    The world would be a terrible place if no one judged others. Morals
    and judgments are where laws are derived from. Would you turn your
    neighbor in for molesting children? Is there anything you would turn
    them in for? You would be judging if you did so.
    Both God and the government did give me the right to judge. The U.S.
    government gave me the right to free speech. God gave me a brain.
    There is more to a murder than just the murders that he committed, yet
    we judge murders by their one action.
    In other words, you have no explanation.
    I thought you knew Mr. Polson well?

    Anyway, this has long drifted off topic and so I'll stop
    contributing. Take care.
     
    jdear64, Aug 14, 2007
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  5. aniramca

    AAvK Guest

    I'm sorry, none of that is worth it as I judge, because one must ALSO have a humanly
    copacetic conscience... to be humanly equal. You become offensive for tiny little reasons,
    just to be a triumphal child for the fun of it. You should go and hang quietly in
    rec.woodworking and you'll see how real people are. Evidently you were not trained as
    to how to human, far more how to be U.S. American... as I judge.

    If this is what climbes to the "top" in our sociality (which does not have any real culture to
    speak of), then I'll stay down below.

    Adios,
     
    AAvK, Aug 15, 2007
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  6. aniramca

    C J Campbell Guest

    I suspect that you think it is the technical specs of a camera that
    determine whether it is a good picture. The photographer is far more
    important. Granted, a good photographer will be able to extract a great
    deal of performance from a good camera, but putzes who think that a
    better camera will give them better pictures usually have trouble
    getting all the performance even a cheap 3 MP point & shoot offers.
    Indeed, most cannot handle a camera phone properly.

    Now, think about this: what was the highest ISO that was available in
    film? In general, color film topped out at 800 and black and white at
    3200. So digital sensors offer higher ISO than film. You should not be
    surprised that quality suffers.

    I also suspect that your monitor needs adjustment for color. Remember,
    too, that a computer monitor is incapable of showing a sharp image. No
    computer monitor is capable of showing all the resolution that a camera
    has. You can display an image at 1:1, but even then it is not the same
    as the actual image.

    Perhaps your taste runs to the extremely saturated junk you typically
    see sold in gift shops in places like Sedona, AZ. Well, there is no
    accounting for taste, but those pictures in no way represent color the
    way our eyes see it.
     
    C J Campbell, Aug 16, 2007
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