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    compact camera
  • A point-and-shoot camera, also called a compact camera, is a still camera designed primarily for simple operation . Most use focus free lenses or autofocus for focusing, automatic systems for setting the exposure options, and have flash units built in.

  • Commonly refers to a point-and-shoot camera.

  • The general term for small, light cameras designed for convenience. While they do not offer interchangeable lenses, they are perfectly usable for snapshots, and some do employ high-performance optics. Ideal for travel or “visual notebook” applications.





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  • Journeys, esp. long or exotic ones

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Gear for St Petersburg (ATM)




Gear for St Petersburg (ATM)





I am going to travel to this beautiful city this summer and thus I am constantly changing my mind about what to take.
Photography will be the main subject of this trip, so it wouldn't make sense to only go with a very basic set.
This is what my present set-up looks like. OK, it might change again... ;-)

And here the list (MF and AF mixed):
- Zenitar 2.8/16 Fisheye (as a really wide prime lens)
- Sigma EX 1.8/24 (as a fast wide angle, eff. 38mm)
- Nikkor-O 2.0/35 (as a fast "normal" lens, eff. 56mm)
- Leica Summicron-R 2.0/50 (as a fast short tele, eff. 80mm)
- Steinheil Culminar 2.8/85 (for very special pictorial effects and its soooo small)
- Leica Elmar-R 4/180 (for the long tele shots, eff. 288mm)

- Tokina AT-X Pro 4/12-24 (as a superwide angle lens)
- Sigma 18-125 OS (as a stabilized standard lens to start every day with)

I've chosen the...

... Culminar over the Nikkor 1.8/85 and the Volna-3 2.8/80, because the Culminar is ever so compact!
... Leica Elmar 4/180 over the Jupiter 4/200 and the Soligor 70-220 and the Tamron 60-300, because the Elmar is the best of these lenses and the smallest one!
... Leica Summicron 50 over the Nikkor 1.4/50, the Zuiko 1.4/50 and the Canon EF 1.8/50, because the Summicron is the best qualitywise and I don't think I need a faster than f2 lens there.
... Nikkor 2.0/35 over the Leica Elmarit-R 2.8/35 and the Vivitar 2.0/28, because the Nikkor is the best of both worlds: as fast as the Vivitar and as good as the Leica.
... Yashica Electro 35 GS over my other rangefinder cams, because it has the best (and fastest) lens and it very reliable.
... Minox 35 GL over the Leica C2, because the Minox has a faster lens and is so incredibly small!
... Sigma 18-125 over the Sigma 17-70 and the Canon EF.S 17-85, because the 18-125 has the longest reach plus it offers the OS that the 17-70 lacks.
... Tokina 4/12-24 because I do not have an alternative - and don't need one.
... Sigma 1.8/24 over the Nikkor-N.C 2.8/24, because the Sigma is a lot faster.
... Zenitar 2.8/16 Fisheye over the Vivitar 3.5/17, the Nikkor UD 3.5/20 and the CZJ 4/20, because the Zenitar is the widest, the fisheye effect is easily correctable with a crop cam and it would "come home" to where it was built. ;-)
... Lumix FX-37 as a P&S with wide angle capability.
... EOS 350D and 40D because these are my favourite cameras.
... Gossen LunaSix 3, because it is fun to use.











Over-Shadowing - Old Town Barcelona S0231e




Over-Shadowing - Old Town Barcelona S0231e





I walked past this statue after dinner in Old Town Barcelona. I find the enlarged shadow quite interesting. So I took a shot with my compact Fuji S1600 handheld. The statue is located in the Roman remains site.

The shadow reminds me one thing.

There are more and more historic sites or buildings in Barcelona and other cities being elected as UNESCO World Heritage sites.

This is the global trend. More and more countries tried to make more places as World Heritage. It is like over-shadowing on the other ones which are not.

I think the World Heritage status sometimes does not help on conservation of the site because more tourists or visitors will go to these sites as result of the fame.

I would like to visit those places before they are elected as World Heritage!









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    camera cases
  • (Camera Casing) The casing is all around your camera, its that plastic body. It protects the camera's iner workings, and also helps keep light away from the film. If your casing is broken, light could be seeping into your camera, and exposing your film!





    nikon d3000
  • The Nikon D3000 is a 10.2 megapixel DX format DSLR Nikon F-mount camera announced by Nikon on 30 July 2009. It replaces the D40 as Nikon's entry level DSLR. It features a 3.











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¦ 1) Nikon Starter Digital SLR Camera Case - Gadget Bag
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¦ 3) Precision Design Deluxe Camera Tripod with Carrying Case
¦ 4) Precision Design Deluxe 6 Piece Lens & Digital SLR Cleaning Kit
¦ 5) Precision Design Memory Card Storage Wallet
¦ 6) Digital Camera LCD Monitor Screen Protectors
Protect your valuable photography equipment with this sturdy, water-repellant carrying case from Nikon. Constructed from durable, ballistic nylon, this compact system case is ideal for storing your digital SLR camera, plus lenses and accessories. The interior of this case is well-padded to protect against impacts and scratches, and features several adjustable velcro dividers, allowing you to customize the fit. Typically, one compact digital SLR, an attached standard zoom lens, a flash unit, and an additional compact lens, can be stored inside this bag.
This Nikon School 2-DVD set, featuring the Nikon D3000, D5000 & D3100, is full of valuable insights on taking pictures and movies you've always wanted with ease. Award-Winning National Geographic Traveler photographer Bob Krist and Award-Winning Wedding and Portrait photographer Kevin Kubota show you how to capture it all.
Avoid camera shake and achieve maximum image quality by setting your camera on this sturdy, lightweight 57-inch tripod.
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Full




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The moon is a tricky subject at the best of times. But, I thought during my recent holiday I had a couple of perfect chances to try and capture it. It was a completely clear night and as I was in the middle of nowhere (well, Sherwood Forest), there was little or no light pollution. The first thing I knew was that I needed to get the camera as steady as I possibly could. These were the steps I took for that part :

* Tripod - Essential of course. For this I use a trekpod pro and to be fair isnt the best for this. Good for walking but not the sturdiest as it has a low centre of gravity. This I think was one problem
* Remote release - I use a Nikon wireless remote. Pressing the shutter causes movement so this was eliminated
* Mirror lock up - option within the camera. The mirror can cause a small amount of vibration. Very tiny, but it all counts
* VR off - VR is Nikon's vibration reduction. Good for handheld but has a counter effect if used on a tripod.

So that was that. The lens had to be my telephoto which is the Nikkor 300mm. This gives a focal length of 450mm. The main settings of the camera for the partial shot were then:

* Exposure 1/25 (0.04 sec)
* Aperture f/11
* ISO 100
* Spot Metering

I did make some changed when I took the photo of the full moon and these were:

* Exposure 1/250 (0.004 sec)
* Aperture f/14
* ISO 200
* Spot Metering

Other than that, I focussed using auto focus and then switched the focus to manual. I did recheck this from time to time. Other than that, it was just a case of tweeking setting in between shots before I came up with these. The tripod did wobble some (see above) and it meant looking in the viewfinder until it was steady before firing the remote.

While these are my best attempts to date. I'm not totally satisfied. I want more detail and I think there is blur here. Question is, where did I go wrong? Or what else could I have done?











324.365 More secrets unlocked...




324.365 More secrets unlocked...





Nov 20-324.365

No strobie info yet, but I've learned some things today that only fueled my passion for photography. My uncle's camera that he had for thirty years until he gave to me recently has a Sigma lens on it and it took awhile for me to figure it out, but that circle that's split in the middle of the viewfinder I've found out that once the halves become one then your picture is ready for the taking.

That was good to find out for a camera that's decades old and still snappin' away.

But here's the real kick in the butt...

I spent hours downtown, playing with this old relic, and originally I was gonna make this picture (along with some prints from the camera-which didn't materialize, unfortunately) a part of my 365 Project. I go to Ritz to get the film developed just to find out that not one shot came out...

Just when I thought things couldn't get any worse...

Thankfully it didn't.

Just to show you how I've been spoiled and sheltered since going digital. My mentor from Ritz had showed me the proper way to insert film into a camera.

I haven't used film in almost seven years.

I have a Kodak KB 10 35mm camera that functions very similar to this one as far as inserting film in it, with the exception that it's a point and shoot with film.

I felt like such an (idiot), but I learned, or in this case, relearned something this evening.

Now after three decades and two generations in our family, this Nikon EM is working the way it should.

Still kicking myself that the only reason my pictures didn't come out was because the film wasn't properly installed...

Now I know.

© 2010 JVLIVS Photography. All rights reserved.









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    camera
  • television camera: television equipment consisting of a lens system that focuses an image on a photosensitive mosaic that is scanned by an electron beam

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Wireless Sensor and Actor Networks II: Proceedings of the 2008 IFIP Conference on Wireless Sensor and Actor Networks (WSAN 08), Ottawa, Ontario, ... and Communication Technology) (No. 2)



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Ottawa Chinatown: Somerset & Booth.




Ottawa Chinatown: Somerset & Booth.





This is an Autostitch panorama of the intersection of Somerset Street and Booth Street in Ottawa's Chinatown.

You can see an interesting mural painting of a horse, a tortoise, a fish (presumably a carp or goldfish), and... uh... a dinosaur?

I pivoted counter-clockwise to take the source photos for this shot, so that the right of this picture is a good 15 seconds in time earlier than the left of this picture. One easy way to tell is that the traffic lights for Somerset were still red when I took that portion of the picture, but, by the time the camera was pointing in the direction of the Booth traffic light, the Booth lights had turned red, and one of the cars that was waiting at the red light on Somerset is passing it.

Actually, looking closer at the picture, the light on the south side of Somerset was red, but the one on the north side of Somerset is green.











Apple Store in our Rideau Centre in Ottawa, Ontario




Apple Store in our Rideau Centre in Ottawa, Ontario





Taken with the Back Camera on my Iphone 4 I bought online an Apple Iphone 4 at the beginnining of last August and I took delivery of it a week ago in the beginning of Sept, 2010.

It is really like a mini-computer and is so much more than a cell phone or the Blackberry Curve smartphone which I had. Today, this Sunday I spent 2 hours in this store playing with the Iphone and IPad.

I was really impressed with all their products and tecknical and sales people to help you. I learned that 1-1/2 hourr workshops are given for any electronic product which will come in handy for me.









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  • equipment for taking photographs (usually consisting of a lightproof box with a lens at one end and light-sensitive film at the other)

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the sraw deal




the sraw deal





In my last three timelapse videos, I've gotten reasonable results with four-to-ten-second intervals between timelapse frames. But even at four-second intervals fast-moving subjects can be either too jerky (short exposure) or too blurry (long exposure). So I'd like to try shorter intervals.

The catch is I'm shooting RAW. The problem with RAW is the huge file size - typically 21-28MB per frame. My last timelapse (with below-average file sizes) consisted of 2,112 frames which add up to 44GB. Including intermediate files, the video data occupies a hair under 100GB of hard drive space, or the equivalent of two dual-layer Blu-rays. For seventy seconds of video.

And it's not just storage space. A more immediate bottleneck is transfer speed. My 5DII can write to my current CF cards at less than one RAW frame per second. Even worse, since it takes more than the combined capacity of all my cards to do a multi-hour timelapse, I have to transfer the files from camera to laptop in real time (by physically swapping cards and using a card reader). As it takes over seven minutes to download one 8GB card, and it takes less than nine minutes to fill the card at one frame every two seconds, that is the practical speed limit, with little margin for error.

It's time to look for alternatives.

One timelapse (not posted cuz it sucks) I tried to economize by shooting JPEG. Waste of five hours.

While the space savings was bordering on incredible (5DII JPEGs are one-fifth the size of RAWs), I lost two critical RAW features: near-seamless exposure compensation and white balance after the fact.

Critical because every timelapse I've shot has straddled sunset. And not by accident - in part, the reason I want a video rather than a still is to capture changing light. The trick is the light (and light balance) is changing continuously, whereas the camera (at least outside of video mode) cannot change exposure or white balance continuously. But a RAW converter can.

(Good software can blend JPEGs as well, but even discounting artifacts from JPEG's measly 8 bits per channel, I do not own any software that can efficiently batch-process JPEGs in this way.)

Luckily, though, Canon provides a third alternative: sRAW. This is the capability of taking "RAW" photos at lower resolutions, just like you can take JPEGs at lower-than-sensor-size resolutions. Sounds simple, right?

In practice, far from it. I will spare you the technical discussion for the moment, but have a look at the crops above.

The crops on the left were taken from a RAW image (5616x3744); the middle from an sRAW1 (3861x2574); and the right from an sRAW2 (2784x1856). The top row consists of 100% crops - the different sizes reflect the different sizes of the captured files. The bottom row consists of those 100% crops resized to match the sRAW2 100% crop (the sRAW2 bottom crop is the same as the top one).

All three files were converted with identical settings and captured on a sturdy tripod, with an unmoving subject. Because of this and because I cropped from the exact same position in every frame (well, rounded to the nearest pixel), the framing is the same on all three crops.

But it shouldn't be. Let's whip out the calculator here:

Orig Size: 3861 (sRAW1) / 5616 (RAW) = 0.6875
Crop Size: 550 (sRAW1) / 800 (RAW) = 0.6875

In words, for sRAW1 and RAW, since the ratio of the original image sizes is the same as the ratio of the crop sizes, the framing should be the same. And it is.

Orig Size: 2784 (sRAW2) / 5616 (RAW) = 0.4957
Crop Size: 400 (sRAW2) / 800 (RAW) = 0.5000

In words, for sRAW2 and RAW, since the ratio of the original image sizes is not the same as the ratio of the crop sizes, the framing should not be the same. But it is.

What's going on here? Simple: unlike RAW and sRAW1 originals, sRAW2 images are cropped.

I suspected as much just looking at the resolutions: sRAW2 is just a few pixels short of half the resolution of RAW. Apparently, rather than interpolate to bridge the difference (or, God forbid, just make sRAW2 exactly half the resolution of RAW in the first place), Canon engineers decided to just throw away the outer pixels. And not tell anyone. (It's a trade secret!)

There is an upside to this asinine implementation, however, and you can see it in the lower row of crops: sRAW2 is sharper than sRAW1. Apparently because while the sRAW1 file is interpolated, the sRAW2 file is simply binned. I won't go into the gory details here; in essence, sRAW2 makes a 21-megapixel Bayer sensor look like a 5.2-megapixel Foveon sensor.

So, assuming I can work around the slight cropping, these results mean I will never be shooting sRAW1 — sRAW2 is better, or at least not significantly worse, and smaller to boot. Neither is as sharp as the RAW image, but when space savings is critical and resolution is not (the highest screen resolution available to the vast majority of people is smaller th











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With this 2 in 1 Camera Connection Kit it's incredibly easy to download phots from your digital camera to your iPad. This kit includes one connector with two interfaces (USB and SD). Just plug the dock connector port on your iPad, then attach your digital camera, phone, and any other USB device using a USB cable (not included). Use the SD Card reader to import photos directly from your SD Card. After the connection is made your iPad automatically opens the Photos app and lets you choose which pictures to import. When you sync your iPad to your Mac or PC the photos are added to your computer's photo library. This connector supports standard photo formats including JPEG and RAW.










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I tried to print off some pictures today so that when i move rooms in my house i can stick lots of my fave pictures on the wall as i can't decorate. HOWEVER...... the printer that I bought doesn't have a cable to connect it to the mac so I can't do it that way because my mac won't recognise the printer exists-as it wouldn't if it hasn't been plugged in. So....i plugged in my bluetooth dongle so that i can wirelessly send my pictures to my printer. Didn't work!!! the computer (and my phone when i tried) didn't find the printer so Im wondering if the dongle works?? The red light comes on to say it's working but it didn't do so well today. I then thought that I would just put the pictures that I want to print onto my memory cards and put the memory cards straight into the printer and print off them but when I tried putting my pics onto the camera card in my digital SLR I found that I couldn't do it because the mac didn't recognise the camera in the finder and i can't add pics through iphoto. So I tried with my little portable digital camera and had the same problem. I then thought maybe if I just use my card reader and add the pics i'm interested in onto my SDHC card i can put this straight into the printer and print that way. The mac didn't recognise the card reader and I was unable to find any working drivers for it off the internet. Also, my printer doesn't recognise any pictures on my compact flash card when i plug it in so even if I had been able to put photos onto it using the mac it probs wouldn't play that way-unless it because they are in the RAW format rather than as JPEG's- but I wouldn't know as i can't add JPEG's onto the card using my mac. THEN.....i thought if i add my pictures that i want to print onto my external hard drive I can then plug this into my old computer and use the card reader in that to transfer the pics from my EHD to the SDHC card in the reader. HOWEVER........when i plugged my EHD in, it told me it needed to be reformatted and that i couldn't add or take away anything that was already on there. So now i'm sat waiting for it to backup the 100GB of crap that I have on my mac onto my EHD so that i can transfer some pictures onto my SDHC so that I can put it in the printer for it to probably tell me that it doesn't recognise that it has any pictures on it. Perhaps i should just move house to somewhere that will let me paint the walls??? That would be less effort and would hurt my head less!!!! I felt the need to take a photo and document my anger!!











Mum, I miss the E-P1




Mum, I miss the E-P1





I got the priviledge to test drive the E-P1. I must thank Olympus for the short stint in taking this camera out to the streets and testing it out. What did I find out about this camera? All I can say is, it has allowed me to be more confident in taking street photography with a digital camera, other than the LX3 that I own.

I know I only have taken B&W so far, but I am trying to bring back the basics back into photography (composition and story-telling). It felt robust in the hand, compact enough to be less noticeable and it is solid metal body is well built. Though I would love to try this camera out with my M lenses, but I would have to purchase an M-mount to Micro 4/3 adapter for it first.

The B&W tones in the camera is a tad bit disappointing though. I am not sure if it is purposely done (with such wide mid-tone range) for the sake of increasing dynamic range? Only Olympus designers will be able to answer that. But I must say the grainy film art filter seems to be a regular fixture for me. This time, though lacking in mid-tones in the art filter, it is still easily fix with aperture and photoshop when shot in RAW format.

Well,... I am not sure how the new E-P2 will fair in the short test stated above, but the E-P1 is still one camera worth having for street photography. A tad bit noisy on the shutters, but I guess in an urban landscape, it is easily drowned by the city din. The relationship was good while it lasted, and thank you once again Olympus.

My last photo from this little wonder. It's time to return it.









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Real World Camera Raw with Adobe Photoshop CS3






This is the eBook version of the printed book.
The raw revolution that began in 2003 with the Adobe Camera Raw plug-in for Adobe Photoshop has changed the way photographers work with images. Shooting in the raw format gives digital photographers complete control over every aspect of image quality. Adobe Camera Raw makes the process of using raw files easier by providing a standardized way of accessing and working with these uncompressed digital negatives. Today serious photographers shoot raw images only. Real World Camera Raw with Adobe Photoshop was the first book devoted exclusively to the topic, explaining the advantages and challenges of using Adobe Camera Raw to produce magnificent images.

Real World Adobe Camera Raw in Photoshop CS3 keeps pace with new directions in digital photography and raw image processing. Jeff Schewe, a contributor to the development of Adobe Camera Raw from its beginnings, updates Bruce Fraser’s best-selling book with inside knowledge of how new features let photographers optimize and convert images for the best results in Adobe Photoshop CS3. Hands-on techniques show readers how to expose and shoot for raw image capture as well as use new features such as Spot Healing. Readers will also learn how to use the latest version of Adobe Bridge to manage the thousands of images—and gigabytes of data—that result from raw shooting. Finally, Schewe discusses how Adobe’s latest revolutionary imaging software Photoshop Lightroom adds to the raw equation.

This is the eBook version of the printed book.
The raw revolution that began in 2003 with the Adobe Camera Raw plug-in for Adobe Photoshop has changed the way photographers work with images. Shooting in the raw format gives digital photographers complete control over every aspect of image quality. Adobe Camera Raw makes the process of using raw files easier by providing a standardized way of accessing and working with these uncompressed digital negatives. Today serious photographers shoot raw images only. Real World Camera Raw with Adobe Photoshop was the first book devoted exclusively to the topic, explaining the advantages and challenges of using Adobe Camera Raw to produce magnificent images.

Real World Adobe Camera Raw in Photoshop CS3 keeps pace with new directions in digital photography and raw image processing. Jeff Schewe, a contributor to the development of Adobe Camera Raw from its beginnings, updates Bruce Fraser’s best-selling book with inside knowledge of how new features let photographers optimize and convert images for the best results in Adobe Photoshop CS3. Hands-on techniques show readers how to expose and shoot for raw image capture as well as use new features such as Spot Healing. Readers will also learn how to use the latest version of Adobe Bridge to manage the thousands of images—and gigabytes of data—that result from raw shooting. Finally, Schewe discusses how Adobe’s latest revolutionary imaging software Photoshop Lightroom adds to the raw equation.










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