In my haste to capture specific images, I had overlooked the stunning scene in its entirety.
The complete setting was like a jigsaw puzzle of a lovely landscape.
Clouds interfered with the sun’s rays, reducing the refracting light through the raindrops that create the sky’s promise.
Later I went to a local business, and took my camera to share my photos with the staff there. When they began to share what they had seen, it didn’t resemble mine at all.
Before I could say anything, one person after the other asked me if I had seen the rainbow. For them, the rainbow was to the left, thin, and arching high into the sky. What we think is absolute and certain turns out not to be that way.
My short, fat rainbow was to the right of the storm. Their perspective on the rainbow was much different than mine. All it takes is trustworthy input on the subject from a different perspective. I was overjoyed to see the rainbow from my vantage point.
By Bruce Stambaugh It looked like another dreary fall day in Holmes County, Ohio. A white farmhouse glowed in the low, sharp-angled sun rays.
The forecast called for more rain, and chilly temperatures. The oaks and maples around the house radiated their peak colors.
I had been so focused on the pretty details all around me that I had failed to see the obvious, a much more beautiful big picture.
I'm looking for a small(ish) traveling camera.
I will also buy a water-tight casing for scuba photography which is available for either camera. I'm looking for the highest IQ and greatest ability for low light possible between these two cameras.
The size difference between them is not that important to me.
Here is my comparison of what is important: G1X-II: 1.5" sensor @ 12 MP, optional EVF, hot boot for external flash, and nice grip G7X: 1" sensor @ 20 MP, no possible EVF, no possible external flash and no grip Again, I'm looking for the highest IQ and best low light pix since I'm used to what my 5D3 can produce.