It me, fam.
It me, fam.
I'd recommend you toss the pizza and just eat the drone.
I wonder why it is I even bother.
What do you mean "slide".
We wallow in it.
Yoga bridesmaid pr0n? Here we come.
Also a lot of engineers that you can fire or layoff without causing shareholders to notice.
I don't know how good Dyson is good with HR. But those comments make it sound like it may be a tough job to keep.
That and they have less to loose in case of failure. So they are willing to take more risks and perhaps get bigger rewards. Having a family while personally rewarding forced you to play it safer as failure will effect more than themselves.
However the body is nearly 50% carbon. So half of your weight will go towards carbon pollution.
why wouldn't you use a mid-priced prosumer camera like the 5d mark iv primarily for web? there's professional photography done for web only, and you're right - something like an 1d or a phase one back on a medium format camera would probably be overkill.
If you're shooting ONLY for the web, which is mainly what I was referring to...then a DSLR like the 5Dx is overkill.
Now, I do realize that most any great image taken, for print, etc...will *also* likely end up on the web too, no problem.....always nice in the pro area to shoot for print and down-res as needed. But I took the "shoot FOR web" to be someone only shooting for their private website, etc....and in general, these DSLRs would be overkill for them.
And if you consider close to $4K a pop for body ONLY...to be mid priced...whew, you have more disposable income than I do.
Or they could be smart and lock out users when they're moving so fast they're obviously not on foot.
Well, it does throw up messages if you're moving too fast, but if you cut it off completely, they passengers couldn't play, which wouldn't be nice, especially if you have a car load of kids playing. It keeps them busy, you know.
But really there are ALREADY laws on the books against DISTRACTED DRIVING.....how is this any different?
Those laws are quite broad enough..and if you get caught doing so, then they should rip your license up in front of you, and point you towards the nearest tricycle shop, or bus pass station.
But for heaven's sakes, we don't need more laws, etc.
And no, Nintento should not be liable for individual stupidity.
Talking on the phone, Texting on the Phone, Playing a Game on the Phone, Eating your breakfast, Fiddling trying to read a map, punching in an address in a GPS, yelling at your kids..... All of this falls under distracted driving.
There is only so much we can do to stop stupid. As stupid people are often ingenious in finding new ways to be stupid.
The solution for distracted driving is getting rid of drivers. Self Driving Cars, Accessible Public Transit systems. Heck I would love it if there was a flatbed train along the interstate where you can park your car on it. And take the train the next 50 miles.
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"In the midst of a battle during a concert"... seriously, Bataclan doesn't happen every day.
Ouch...a bit of bad taste there.
But back more to subject. If you're shooting a concert and its one of those where you're relagated to the pit, and only have the first 3 songs to shoot and you're fighting with a bunch of other photographers to shoot the band from down there, with poor lighting....yeah, it is a bit of a battle and you have to shoot best you can under stress...and by shooting RAW, you can easily make up for blown white balance or exposure problems...
HOWEVER...if all else fails, as long as the image is in focus...you can just switch to Black and White...and salvage some shots.
I do this often if there is a lot of red light on the subject.....B&W has made some shit shots due to lighting turn out to be winners.
I wonder if they can get 4K RAW Video working on this thing....?
Here are three people who are alive because of a gun. A grizzly attacked some fishermen in the Alaskan wilderness. Do you really want to tell those people that you would prefer that they be dead right now because guns are evil?
In 1914, the first crossword puzzle was printed in a newspaper. The creator received $4000 down ... and $3000 across.