Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Woodmaster, Feb 10, 2005.
i see way more white than black lenses
You could buy a very comfy house with the money all those cost
That super bowl shot is a setup though. Pre-arranged and all the photogs compensated for their participation.
Makes me wonder how many of the other Canon ads like this are setup as well.
It may be pre-arranged and i'm a nikon sackrider, but I do have to admit I see more canon's at sporting events.
This is what I normally see..
Portrait/Studio: Kodak Pro slrs
Sporting: Canon (sometimes nikon)
Wildlife, landscape: (nikon)
I'd say thees still more Canon users in the wildlife and landscape field, especially in landscape because of the full frame and the resolution of the 1Ds line.
And where are you seeing people using the Kodaks? The represent only a fraction of a percent of hihg end DSLRs sold and are riddled with problems and complications and shortcomings. Its the 1Ds and D1x for super high end and the D100 and 10D/20D for Pro/am
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there's even a token black guy in that shot
where's the nikon sack riders at?
Look who made the thread Everyone is converting
He doesn't really count because he's above everybody and doesn't need to post pictures...inferiority complex maybe
because it's a canon magazine ad
Jesus, imagine stealing that shit and thne selling it for even 50% of the store price.
which photography magazine was that in?
i cant remember where ive seen it.
but yeah, canon
I know, just stating the obvious. It doesn't matter that its a Canon ad, its a realistic real world pic. While I have not been to a sporting event lately that needed than many total cameras, the proportion of Canon to Nikon is still the same
The Superbowl one is particularly funny because Canon has an exclusive deal to be the so-called Official camera company for the NFL
I saw it in the February issue of Outdoor Photographer.
so that is a random picture a person took? jesus, the marketing people LOVE people like you
so if i jam packed people into a stadium with all nikon cameras, took a picture of all them and printed an ad that says the same thing as the canon ad, that keeps the proportions the same? try to take a business class if the photography school offers one
every photography magazine, every sports magazine etc...
Canon's ads are quite true to form, look around and you'll see that their ads are realistic.
I'm saying that at the numerous sporting events that I have attended, and looked into the press areas, that white lenses are dominant. I've been to pre-season games, spring training, regular season, all star games, playoffs etc and this is what I normall see, almost all white lenses
Oh and I have a degree in business already