Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by donny1963, Mar 24, 2019.
xkcd: Duty Calls
Hasn't been articulated clearly and not sure there is anything to understand, at least I gave up trying to make any sense of it.
I wondered if it would make it to 10 pages, I'm surprised it's almost there.
It's only one of many on the same topic.
Interesting. Like so many others who came from the olden days when ASA was used I have always thought digital iso was the same as film. As in higher the number the more sensitive to light.. Oh well even now I know different it does not really affect how I take pics... for lack of something better I will use the triangle and experience photography is a hobby for me and therefore to be fun. But thank you it will save me from making even more of a fool of myself
Search on "ETTR" (from around 2005-2007,mostly, as I recollect) and then on "ISO invariant sensor" or "ISO invariance"...compare older dogma/accepted facts with the advent of Sony's fist generation EXMOR sensor technology...
Hey! It's not old Dogma for those of us still using non-ISO Invarient sensors
Unfortunately many amateurs believe this to be the case. I wouldn't read too much into this guy's statements though. A quick look at his past threads makes it very clear that he just likes to post click-baity and inflammatory threads with statements meant to start arguments, and then argue with everyone.
Yeah I'm wondering if he's the guy in the video he's sharing. It's the same channel. Times are tough for Youtube revenue sharing so he needs the traffic I don't take anything from him seriously. Anyone can parrot specs and charts. Show me some great photos then we'll talk
Yep! A cousin of mine is a very accomplished [fine art] painter. I doubt if he could weave a canvas, but he makes a VERY good living applying oil to them... clients pay for results. They generally don't care how you get them.
ISO is real and it's spectacular.
I have nothing to add to this thread and just want to be part of it. Of course, I cannot miss the opportunity to say something because someone is wrong on the internet.
Trying to push this thread to 10 pages, are we?
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