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  • #61
    Re: Feel the light - on the edge of darkness

    Originally posted by divina
    Will people read an article written by a "Non-self-respecting" photographer?
    every self respecting photographer should read an article from a non self respecting photographer.

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    • #62
      Re: Feel the light - on the edge of darkness

      Originally posted by divina
      Put on "Serious Mode"!

      ....However, I am a little unsure about DA's comments. I hope DA was just jesting.....

      I really do not know what DA meant by "reading glasses, crutches and walking sticks thrown at maxby". Did DA mean criticisms written about what maxby wrote?
      Dont read too much into what I said about them crutches & reading glasses. I was only joking about Uncle Max's age, because I'm in the same reading glasses, crutches and hearing aids category as Uncle Max. Actually Uncle Max is the one who should call me Uncle. I'm not only older than him but I also have more grandchildren than him. You may be a pain sometimes but I'm glad you are here. The value of a forum like this is the healthy exchange of thoughts and views and knowledge among participants. Debate is always beneficial. Nothing could be worse than simply a one way soaking of information without giving anything back. I urge you to seriously consider writing a few articles.

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      • #63
        Re: Feel the light - on the edge of darkness

        Eerrh! Do I still have time to vote "YES".

        Writing articles is a healthy trend of sharing personal skills, beliefs, personal equipment reviews (not those written by dpreview) and other aspects of photography. Some say it better with pictures some with words....
        Maxby has a facebook too

        PhotoSafari - each experience is a different

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        • #64
          Re: Feel the light - on the edge of darkness

          Originally posted by digitalartist View Post
          Dont read too much into what I said about them crutches & reading glasses. I was only joking about Uncle Max's age, because I'm in the same reading glasses, crutches and hearing aids category as Uncle Max.

          Nah! DA you got the wrong person. Maxby is only 24 years old. I think you were talking about silentshutter. He is almost the same age as Diane Arbus (if she is still alive).
          Maxby has a facebook too

          PhotoSafari - each experience is a different

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          • #65
            Re: Feel the light - on the edge of darkness

            Originally posted by maxby View Post
            Nah! DA you got the wrong person. Maxby is only 24 years old. I think you were talking about silentshutter. He is almost the same age as Diane Arbus (if she is still alive).
            24? I hope I'd have 24 inches waistline.
            Last edited by Lezley; 02-10-2008, 10:29 PM.

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            • #66
              Re: Feel the light - on the edge of darkness

              Originally posted by divina

              Will people read an article written by a "Non-self-respecting" photographer?
              Yes, I will.

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              • #67
                Re: Feel the light - on the edge of darkness

                wah.. nice series..

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                • #68
                  Re: Feel the light - on the edge of darkness

                  Originally posted by idris101 View Post
                  wah.. nice series..
                  Thanks..
                  Maxby has a facebook too

                  PhotoSafari - each experience is a different

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                  • #69
                    Re: Feel the light - on the edge of darkness

                    I just happen to read this and what I find here...are some interesting story line thru a valuable picture ...I like the way how maxby taking a picture in black and white...I just wonder when the color version coming out?
                    EOS500-->EOS50-->350D-->550D-->600D-->60D-->?

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                    • #70
                      Re: Feel the light - on the edge of darkness

                      max has a genetic defect called achromatopsia. no use asking him how it looks like in color.

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                      • #71
                        Re: Feel the light - on the edge of darkness

                        Originally posted by yoong View Post
                        max has a genetic defect called achromatopsia. no use asking him how it looks like in color.
                        How true....
                        Maxby has a facebook too

                        PhotoSafari - each experience is a different

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                        • #72
                          Re: Feel the light - on the edge of darkness

                          Originally posted by yoong View Post
                          max has a genetic defect called achromatopsia. no use asking him how it looks like in color.
                          Dr Yoong.
                          What's the name of that disease infecting them HDR dewds? You know, its that special disease where the pain is not with the carrier, but upon the poor unsuspecting, uninfected, totally undeserving, innocent bystander. Do you know of any cure for that?
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                          • #73
                            Re: Feel the light - on the edge of darkness

                            Originally posted by digitalartist View Post
                            Dr Yoong.
                            What's the name of that disease infecting them HDR dewds? You know, its that special disease where the pain is not with the carrier, but upon the poor unsuspecting, uninfected, totally undeserving, innocent bystander. Do you know of any cure for that?
                            sometimes it's better to join them rather than beat them

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                            • #74
                              Re: Feel the light - on the edge of darkness

                              If the latest DSLRs can have a 10 stops dynamic range, I don't think we'll need to do HDR.
                              Maxby has a facebook too

                              PhotoSafari - each experience is a different

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                              • #75
                                Re: Feel the light - on the edge of darkness

                                Who says a master doesn't chimp. I'll have you know that's the puny little Fuji P&S that the Master uses to produce his masterpieces.

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