I'm happy to hear that this post is helpful and I'm happy to expand on the why for any of the specific adjustments, if anyone has specific questions.
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Reviews in the pipeline: Sigma 50mm f/1.4 ART (next week), Zeiss 50mm f/1.4 Planar T, Metz 64 AF-1 flash units, Vanguard ABEO Pro 283AT + GH-300T head, Zeiss Otus 85mm f/1.4, Canon 24-105mm f/3.5-5.6 STM, and Zeiss 50mm f/2 Makro-Planar.Not much going on in your world is there . Just kidding of course and thanks for the nice review (as usual). It seems to match what Roger at LensRentals and others have said. Also, as an owner of the Canon TS-E 24 f/3.5 II, I had to chuckle a bit about the lens hood comments. The one Canon supplies serves little purpose other than to take up lots of room in your bag
Hi Mackguyver,Hi FEBS,
I'm using smugmug for about 9 months right now. After looking a small intro on youtube, I had four hours later my first site running on it. I never had the feeling that I should tell people to stay away. So I never had any frustration. I'm a happy user and it works great in combination with Lightroom.
.I haven't gotten into the new stats module, but the old one never impressed me much. I've used Google Analytics for a long time and have gotten the hang of using it pretty well.
I rate them as adequate. Biggest problem I have is the place seems to be run by children, very juvenile.
The latest problem is image view tracking. Used to be you could see all image views except yours. Now they've thrown your own views into the results and tout it as some kind of benefit. I think their intent is to move you to Google Analytics.
Still seems to be about as good as is available given the options.
Note that 16bit files need more memory when editing and more hard disk space, but in the year 2015 of our lord (other year number for followers of other lords) this shouldn't matter unless you're stacking a lot of layers in Photoshop.Good advice, Marsu, and I'm still working to kill all 64GB of my RAM. I was up to 59GB the other day when I was processing photos in DxO. stitching a pano on PS, editing in Premiere, correcting a windy/shaky video in After Effects, and working on a logo in Illustrator. My poor VRAM (3GB) is actually what began to limit me...but doing the above just a few years ago was just a dream
Your finances can rejoice, this rumored lens is ef-s for crop :-> ... stay tuned for further [CR1] on the ongoing quest for a "wider than 16mm uwa" for full frame sensors.Oops, wrong thread... ...maybe I'm still too busy to rejoin the CR discussions
Good to see you back, Mackguyver! Real life has a tendency to intervene with all the fun stuff at times.Thanks, DominoDude. Life does get crazy sometimes, but I'm trying to enjoy the ride!