I was all excited and than I wondered when would I ever use a 10mm on a full frame.
Anyone has any practical use other than trying stuff out?
No he was born a professional.
Also his description "Editor by choice, film maker by necessity." makes me thing he might be in the wrong game.
On Mac OSX there is an app on the appstore you can buy for $20. It still has the cloud saving option which is useful.
I guess they don't advertise it too much because $20 once is a lot less than $20 a month
I think there is two very different concept. One is an original work and the other is "copying" or "getting inspired by". If you get inspired by something doesn't mean your work will not be original.
If you look at the image that shows his concept "the basic elements of creativity" you see clearly he is not saying you can't create anything new. But you do get your ideas from other things. if you lived your whole life in a black room you would most likely not be very creative because you'd have nothing to base your creation on, and no way of knowing what has already been done.
I have a T2i next to my a7s so I don't feel any guilt :P
Yeah it's a bit worrying.
I hope slower cards like the N series can be used when filming in less demanding format.
Anyone know if it's usually possible with sony?