The Gift Economy

Lenswork Podcast:

daily.lenswork.com/2018/09/podcast-1116-the-gift-economy.html

see also en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gift_economy

Buch: The Gift – Lewis Hyde

siehe auch LW Podcast #24

The Gift Imagination The Gift – Creativity…

  1.  Keepsake: z.B. French Fold, 4 page card , inside 1 photograph, text, technical data
  2. Streifen unter einem Windspiel – ähnlich Lesezeichen
  3. Hand made artist book
  4. Mandala prints 5“x7“, symmetry
  5. Devotionals
  6. CD „50 at 50“ zum Geburtstag
  7. Blurb Book
  8. Moo cards 3.3“x2.16“
  9. Internet – z.B. Kokoro

kirkpatrick settings for a7r2

Read the manual, think about all the functions of the camera, assign your custom buttons, set your parameters. My set-up includes (routinely) Auto ISO 200-1600 because within that range the A7R II files have low noise and good textural sharpness and there’s no great benefit in dropping to 100; AWB; 1/250th slowest shutter speed because the world moves and I’m very happy with 1/250th at ISO 800 rather than 1/125 at ISO 400 for nearly all my walkabout shots; AdobeRGB because I need that but actually sRGB is better matched to the EVF and rear screen, and will give you a more accurate histogram; no JPEGs because I don’t need them; Airplane Mode on; compressed raw unless there’s a really good reason; AF-S and Centre point focus; no face recognition, no smile shutter, no tracking, nothing clever with AF; single shot; generally Aperture Priority but sometimes P, M or very rarely S; Date Format file folders; SS on; electronic first curtain; setting effect on; finder and screen at default brightness and colour; grid lines 3 x 3; focus peaking low, yellow; lens correction enabled; 2 secs review, or none.
– David Kilpatrick, all images except front and rear views of A7R II body and 70-200mm lens are ©David Kilpatrick/Icon Publications Ltd; please do not link directly to images or copy