You're still an asshole, aren't you?
I'm going to have to go out and buy a bunch of old lenses now (seriously). Thanks a lot NFS, now I can't afford to eat this week. ; )
$1,189 at B&H. I've got my trusty Dana Dolly for now.
Here's my take on it. He told me nothing new (not that I'm a wizard filmmaker and don't have plenty to learn), but he's entertaining to watch. He's got a natural on-camera presence, and he's really good at presenting information in a way that's not boring (at least to me).
So what credentials do you bring to the table that make you more talented than he is?
So what you're suggesting is that someone with an old, obsolete camera handed down from Uncle Fred should be put away unseen in a closet, or that the old, obsolete camera handed down from Uncle Fred should be put to use despite the fact that film is no longer made for it? I just want to clarify which option is best to avoid being considered a tool by someone as influential as you. (Speaking of tools, is "keith" spelled with a lowercase "k" because you were too busy to use the shift key, or because it's some kind of artistic statement on the insignificance of individual in a faceless world of 7 billion+ plus people? Just wondering "keith.")
I don't know, I think it's kind of a nice little light bit of editorial. It's certainly your right to express your opinion, but how much "space" did this take up? After I read the article I recycled all the digital bits and pixels and managed to save 99.735% of them for future use. Of course the article did take single-use minutes to read and comment on. Unfortunately in my case I almost certainly have fewer remaining minutes left in my account than you do, but I think it was a nice diversion and worth spending some of the small balance of lifetime I have left in my account.