« on: December 20, 2012, 11:25:00 PM »
ChilledExpress: you are correct. I misread one of the posts and thought it was also from the OP. Sorry.
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It's hard to believe there's a sensor problem, but it's not hard to believe there's a marketing problem. With a product line with four offerings between $800-1800, why compound the problem. If you assume the Rebel line will be the $800 entry point and that the 6D at $2000 beings a new classification - full frame - it would appear that a single offering in the middle at the $1400 price point would be an adequate answer. ...
This is great, I was just thinking I wanted to make up a reading list made up of good Photography books. Thanks!
Unfocused - just bookmarked your blog, will be checking it out in detail over the winter break!
I would only add that photography books without text " help you further your understanding of photography"!
I go through Martin Parr's books over and over.
Brilliant advice in here. Looking forward to reading those. I am guessing that Barthes books are quite dense. I have read a few of him, and they are heavy. His book on rhetorics is the toughest I have ever read, and I have read quite a few
This might not be the right thread but I didn't see one that was way better. I'm still on the "optical" only system and was looking at moving to radio. My question (that I can't find an answer on by Googling) is can two photographer radio sync with the same flash units? I.e. with optical, during a wedding reception you could "four corner the room" and have all the flashes "usually" fire no matter which on of two or three people was shooting. With the radio system, can you do the same setup? Two-way sync to multiple masters?