If you are regular reader here, you may have picked up on the fact that I use Adobe Lightroom almost exclusively as an editor for RAW images. I’m curious as to how Photography Bay’s readers break down between the two big third-party RAW editing apps – Adobe Lightroom and Apple Aperture.
I’ve been shooting a lot more video with my 5D Mark II over the past year. While I’ve been covering HDSLR video topics more and more here on Photography Bay, I’m wondering what the regular readers are doing with video on DSLR cameras. [click to continue…]
A commenter on the Sony A350 sample images got me thinking about who needs what. So I’m putting it to you. Do you really need all those megapixels or could we do without a few of them? Have your say by voting in the poll below. If you’ve got additional thoughts on the topic, sound off in the comments at the bottom of the post.
Last week’s poll asked whether you wanted to see a movie mode in your DSLR. The results from the 211 votes (not quite as passionate as the nearly 2000 votes we saw on the New DSLR poll) were pretty even, with the anti-movie mode crowd edging the proponents out by a hair.
Additional commentary is certainly welcomed if you didn’t get a chance to vote. Just drop a line in the comment field below.
This week’s poll relates to Photography Bay’s recent article covering the DSLR Movie Mode Patent Application. If you’ve not read the interesting technological developments, you should check it out.
We’ve seen and heard several responses from around the web expressing both joy and disdain for such a feature. Let’s see how those numbers shake out in the poll below. If you’ve got any additional thoughts on why you do or don’t want a movie mode on DSLRs then sound off in the comments below.
Last week, Photography Bay asked which new DSLR you’re buying. After over 1800 responses, it appears that the new offerings from Pentax/Samsung are the most popular among Photography Bay readers, capturing about 66% of the total votes. Additionally, 8% of responders don’t intend to purchase on of these new-fangled cameras and 6% still shoot film.
Take a look at all the numbers on the original post. (Click “view results” at the bottom of the poll)