– Last week,
Chuck Westfall came up with his tech tipsÂ again,Â and providedÂ some information about AF microadjustments.Â
To summarise this topic here are couple more interesting links:
Nikon D70 focus test chartÂ and how to use guide, by Tim Jackson
– Camera AF Microadjustment, by Keith Cooper
– If you worry about scratches and dust on your lens, you have to look at this:
Rob Galbraith has recently tested multiple Compact Flash cardsÂ and published nice compartison table. If you’re on the market for a new flash card – do not miss this article.
Jean Baptiste GuitonÂ shoots cosmetic ad:
A free resource dedicated to RAW-based camera image quality – DXOMark.Â ” … DxO Labs’ image quality database allows users to analyze and compare digital camera image quality performance based on thousands of scientific, bias-free RAW-based measurements… “.
According to DXO Labs my Canon 20D is not that bad at all, it will be interesting to compare it with Canon 5D Mark II.
– Alan Doyle played a little bit with Canon 5D Mark II video, demonstrating rolling shutter and jelly effect.
marmite and canon eos from alan doyle on Vimeo
Not much interesting this week, with couple exceptions:
The Photographic world of Drew Gardner, his website is here– Camera profiling for ACR
Â Â Â ACR DNG profiles from a ColorChecker cardÂ – I haven’t tried this method yet
Â Â Â Using AcrCalibrator Photoshop scriptÂ
Another week passed, and here is a next dose of some interesting links:
– Nature photography from Ethan Meleg -Â enjoy his
portfolio here and blog over here.
– A veryÂ useful and promising initiative to describe best photo spots -Â Open Source Photography Guides. It is broken by country and then by region and published in the blog style.
Main international site.Â Â NSW, Australia portion. It is quite new, so do not expect to see a lot.
Nick Veasey, X-RAY Photograper. It is not something very new, I knew about this excellent porfolio for a while now, but though that it would be good thing to mention.