« on: May 16, 2013, 11:17:03 AM »
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Great composition. The rock makes the image.
Agreed. The rocks and the silky look of the water really make the picture.
I also agree with JBeckwith, a longer exposure to soften the water might have also looked real nice. But that certainly doesn't take away from the photo you got.
dawgfanjeff, I like the second pic ... really funny ... nice shot.
Very true. As somebody who manages an enterprise dev shop in a Fortune 100, I certainly appreciate the costs of gathering requirements, performing development, validating in QA, user acceptance testing, etc... It's certainly not as simple as just turning something on and posting the new fw to the website and being done with it. As with anything, the hard part is making it look easy.+1 +1 and +1a simple firmware updateThere is no such thing as a "simple" firmware update.
Software is complicated. Adding features without breaking anything else is very difficult. And verifying software is unbelievably difficult.
Some are better at it than others. But you definitely want "correct" much more than you want "soon".
I thought drivers were for trucks and racecars. What the hell are they doing on a computer? Gee, I'm glad to be a Mac user.There is nothing wrong with Windows. The driver conflict usually caused by software. Windows provide a default driver for camera devices. After you install EOS utility, the driver will be updated. When you upgrade your EOS utility, the driver will be updated again. Windows is much open than Mac, so it doesn't restrict Canon for the driver update. If EOS utilty programmers have perfect coding, the new driver might bring you some benefits. On the other hand, users might face some problems when the code was not well written. Nothing is absolutely right and wrong between open and close platforms.
For us that do not care about drivers and which code is written well and want to turn the machine on, run the software of choice to do a task. Such as turning it on, edit my raw's in Lightroom and then shut it off to shoot some more, pc and all of it's openess dosen't make sense.