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Editor Sep 10, 2013 0 comments
"Mirrorless" new camera intros are outstripping new DSLR intros three to one.
My next camera will be a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera.
37% (40 votes)
I still prefer the form factor of the DSLR.
38% (41 votes)
I like the idea of mirrorless, but I have so many lenses for my DSLR I'll have to stick with that format.
26% (28 votes)
Total votes: 109
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Editor Sep 14, 2012 55 comments
A new crop of Android-capable cameras and apps are coming our way.
I'm excited by the idea of being able to download apps right to my camera.
20% (11 votes)
I put image quality at the top of my list and always see that as my first camera and lens priority.
53% (29 votes)
I use an iPhone or Android OS phone for quick sharing and apps and am not interested in having this in my camera as well.
27% (15 votes)
Total votes: 55
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Editor Aug 16, 2012 0 comments
A number of companies offer so-called "tough" weatherproof/waterproof cameras.
I engage in activities that would make it make sense to use one, or I already own one.
73% (56 votes)
I don't usually think about making pictures when I hike, raft, kayak or ski.
9% (7 votes)
I know they are available but they don't deliver the quality I am used to.
18% (14 votes)
Total votes: 77
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Editor Aug 19, 2013 0 comments
A number of photo schools still teach black and white film developing and printing.
I don't believe this helps photo students as digital is the future.
12% (12 votes)
It's a good idea as it creates a foundation for a greater understanding of photography.
72% (74 votes)
It's another aspect of the craft so it does no harm.
17% (17 votes)
Total votes: 103
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Editor Dec 18, 2013 0 comments
A recent news item claims picture sharing on "social" sites has flattened out.
I regularly upload images to a social site.
49% (45 votes)
I choose not to share my images that way.
39% (36 votes)
I sometimes share family shots only.
12% (11 votes)
Total votes: 92
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Editor Jun 12, 2013 3 comments
Adobe has changed the way future editions of Photoshop will be accessed.
I need to work with Photoshop and will adopt the new access mode.
7% (18 votes)
I will be seeking new software for editing when I need to update.
75% (192 votes)
I was unaware of any changes in their delivery and access.
18% (46 votes)
Total votes: 256
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George Schaub Feb 21, 2012 2 comments
Please comment briefly on your experience with images and wireless transmission, aside from cell phone images.
At the recent Consumer Electronics Show a number of camcorders and cameras with built in WiFi were introduced.
This is an appealing feature and will be an important factor in choosing a camera/camcorder.
16% (5 votes)
This has no interest for me and will not influence my decision about a particular product.
31% (10 votes)
It’s interesting but I’d have to learn a lot more about this before considering purchase.
53% (17 votes)
Total votes: 32
Editor Jan 04, 2005 116 comments
According to industry surveys, film processing has dropped almost 20-30% in the last year. Would you say, in the last six months:
Briefly comment on how you see your film useage in the next six months.
I have shot just as much film as I did before
43% (171 votes)
I have shot less film, probably close to the industry figure of 20-30%
19% (74 votes)
I don't shoot film anymore
38% (149 votes)
Total votes: 394
Editor Jun 09, 2009 38 comments
There are now many device, and soon many cameras, that record GPS data. Do you utilize GPS data in your photography? If you do how does it help in your work? If not, would you consider using it if you knew there were easy, viable ways to automatically track location using software?
Briefly comment on how you use GPS data in your photography, or how you might use it if you had the gear and software.
Yes, I use GPS now.

22% (45 votes)
No, I have never used GPS data and am really not interested.

59% (119 votes)
I need to learn more about it.


18% (37 votes)
Total votes: 201
Editor Jun 15, 2005 46 comments
Flash photography, both indoors when light is low and outdoors for fill lighting, has gotten more automatic and easier to accomplish than ever before. Yet, most agree that the built-in flash on current cameras does not produce the best results. Do you:
Briefly comment on the best flash techniques and gear for your work.
Yes, it comes in very handy for low light shooting.
21% (23 votes)
No, my zoom handles every situation and lighting condition I encounter.
21% (23 votes)
I carry both.
58% (64 votes)
Total votes: 110