|"Waterfall" Picture taken April 20, 2014 - Easter Sunday, Napanee, Ontario
August 18th, 2017 11:50 pm
so we have been away for a while but are back now and will start working on new photography projects as well as talking about new and up coming photo gear like the nikon d850 :-)! and canon 6D mark II
August 18th, 2017 8:51 am
I can confirm the iPhone 8 looks stunning, I can also confirm it feels brilliant in-hand. But what I cannot confirm and what continues to divide my sources is whether Apple has a nasty surprise in store for potential iPhone 8 owners... As it stands most of my sources believe Touch ID will not feature on the iPhone 8 (putting huge pressure on ‘Face ID’), despite suggestions it could be hidden in a curiously enlarged power button. This is also the position backed in a new report from tech-focused equity spec "It is our belief at this time that fingerprint sensing will NOT [caps theirs] be included at launch”, states BlueFin. Though it concedes “We are still grappling with the touch ID/fingerprint sensing situation as we continue to uncover mixed messaging." BlueFin even goes so far as to theorise that Touch ID could be included but disabled at launch and unlocked by a software update in future. Apple has precedent for this with the late arrival of Portrait Mo
August 17th, 2017 11:55 pm
So I was out and checking out the area near our water fall and saw the water was getting pretty high the town actually had to start putting up sand bags shortly after this picture was taken.
This shot was with an iPhone 5S mid day roughly , no flash and default camera no 3rd party application
August 17th, 2017 11:54 pm
So while there that day, I snapped a few more picas here is one of the rushing water .. for this area that is some pretty rough water which actually in the northern parts caused flooding as well. Thankfully the waterfall was not going over the border and all is fine, many people travel here for the this very sight actually :)
This also was midday, iPhone 5S - default camera but having said that I could have used one of the 3rd party apps, there is a great one called 645 pro , it has many SLR features.
August 17th, 2017 11:53 pm
So the Nikon D800 came out a few years ago and its sporting 36 mega pixel senor and a locad of other great features .. by far one of nikons greatest achievments but I am wondering why the continuous drive is so slow at 4, vs the D700 at 10. Which is the previous model .. this does not make a whole lot of sense to me. Seeing how all the other features the D800 has are so great, I can think of a number of cheaper cameras that have faster continuous drive then the D800. Even the D7000 is at least 6 FPS, so what gives - well its not just the D800 which has slowed down for some reason the Canon 5D Mark III is 6 FPS which is a total shocker to say the least. Think about it, your spending $4000 or more on a camera and can barely use it for sports? This does not make all that much sense .. the Nikon D610 is also a Full Frame device which is sporting a 6 FPS.
I am sure by this time, your scratching your head wondering why this is the case. The only plausable reason we can think of is the amount
August 17th, 2017 11:52 pm
This New ManFrotto Tripod looks pretty space age if you ask me , these guys really make some great stuff - when you are doing long exposures or weddings - almost anything really you need a tripod you can rely on , you definitely could not go wrong with one of these bad boys :)
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