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Guess that makes you a rather nice person. After commenting, I've given it a bit more thought (I know it should be the other way round :D). I don't tend to insult people when I'm really angry, but that doesn't mean that I don't react at all. It's ranging from simply ignoring people to looking down on them (and acting accordingly) and I wonder if that isn't actually worse... I guess it depends on how much meaning you assign to certain words, e.g. I was surprised that most of the examples given on the thread are insults based on looks (btw: such a 'happy' topic, I should stop thinking about it.)
Hmm I never used aperture that small. I'm still getting used to the aperture priority mode and haven't got to the manual mode yet ... The smallest aperture I've ever used is around f6.5. This could be the source of my problem ...
But I always take photos of flowers, small stuff, this and that. Could be why I constantly used large aperture to get the desired depth.
Hmm interesting. It's cloudy for a week and I need to wait for a sunny day to test your rule. Thanks.
I struggled between those EVIL and DSLR before I bought one. Then I am really satisfied by the fast response of DSLR. So albeit being a little bulky (600D is pretty light though), I decided to buy DSLR instead of EVIL.
I have to get used to the viewfinder though. I have to guess the degree of exposure ...
You know, on topic like these, unless everyone is willing to consider everything from every perspective - and culturally it's sometimes impossible + obviously no one even the INTJiest is willing, or able, to 100% do that - then you go: "yeah, what's the point in even discussing this"...Like anything political...pointless. Which is somehow sad. But it's ok too. It's not like giving out an opinion online is gonna change anything. Real life is the true shit.
This is bad. When it was the time people like you and hubcap were active and Monte's not being cold to the never-reading atheists, I learned a lot from the R&M subforum. But I understand what you were saying there — I feel it myself.
It's not unfortunate to be a formalist or a traditionalist. I proudly wear both labels. It's just that when it comes to the traditionalism I am for celebrating tradition without being against formal variations and innovations. I love Petrarch's sonnets, for example, but also love the variations introduced by Shakespeare, Pushkin, Yeats, Auden, and Merrill. And of course with online games I'm all for having a little fun.