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Stop keyword hierarchy from expanding during click-and-drag

During the everyday clean-up of keywords in lightroom I often simply click-and-drag the keyword from one keyword location to another. Is it possible to stop the "receiving" keyword location to expand? ...
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Slideshow App (OSX) for a Wedding Photobooth

I need to build a Photobooth for a wedding I'm shooting in a couple of weeks. I haven't done something similar yet and this is how i want to do it: Have a Apple laptop with two screens and Lightroom ...
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How to avoid water in a shower from appearing to fall upwards?

If I'm photographing a bathroom shower, using flash, the fall-off of the light from the flash is such that the water droplets appear to fall upwards. That is, they appear large at the top and narrower ...
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Is it a good idea to use adapted tele lenses with micro four thirds camera for fast moving (nature/wildlife) photos?

I am thinking of buying an affordable tele lens (600mm+ equivalent) for my panasonic Lumix G5. I have read about adapting 400mm f5.6 EDIF a) For wildlife/bird pictures, would it be too much of ...
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Does tripod's load capacity include the use of stone bag/weight bag too?

Does tripod's load capacity include the use of stone bag/weight bag too? should I consider the weight that I may hang from the tripod as part of tripod's load capacity?
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Camera vs. Lens [duplicate]

Amateur photographer looking to get serious. Own a Canon T2i at the moment with two kit lenses, 50mm f/1.8 and just bought a Tamron AF 18-270mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC LD Aspherical IF Macro Zoom Lens. ...
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Locking the film rewind knob on Zenit E

I have a Zenit E, a beautiful camera BTW, that works perfectly for me. However I have this one non-functional issue with the film rewind knob. The film rewind knob is situated on the "metering ...
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Do you lose the increased sharpness of not having an AA filter if downscaling?

I just read the DPreview of the Nikon 5300, and it mentions that its new 24-MP sensor doesn't have an anti-alias (AA) filter, allowing for higher sharpness. I was wondering if you would see the ...
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Can I recover my aurora photographs?

I really need help fixing these photos. My mom (71 yrs old) had seeing the aurora on her bucket list and so we went to Norway (from DALLAS!) to see them. We did, luckily, but the photographs all ...
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Has Sony a7r the best image quality? [on hold]

I am interested in Sony a7r camera. Has it got the best image quality of all cameras besides medium format cameras? I already have Canon 5D mark ii .
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Is a 3rd party (Tamron) lens safe to use on a Canon EOS 600D?

Is it safe to use a Tamron lens with my Canon EOS 600D DSLR? Will it affect the sensor in any way?
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In Lightroom how do I determine what collections an image is in?

I have created several collections, where some images are in more than one collection. Is there a way to show what collections a particular image is in? I have one small collection where I want to ...
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Timelapse for sticky notes

SO the idea is to create a wall of sticky notes. At this event every time someone enters they have to write something inspirational on a sticky note on the wall. And then stick it. Now I want to make ...
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Which ND filter should I get for daytime bokeh-effect on video?

I wanna shoot video on a sunny day with a 1/50 shutter speed and f/1.8 (for a bokeh effect). I'm wondering what ND filter rating should I get in order to not over or underexpose the video. Could you ...
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Exposure Reduction and ISO increase

Following is from Film speed Film speed is the measure of a photographic film's sensitivity to light, determined by sensitometry and measured on various numerical scales, the most recent being the ...
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What are the parameters for evaluating photos [duplicate]

I understand that different people enjoy same photo at different levels. However in general what are the most important parameters that we use to evaluate a photo’s quality? Some of them that I can ...
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What does it mean, to copy a lens profile correction from one photo to another in lightroom?

As the title says, what happens when copying a "lens profile correction" setting from one photo to another in lightroom? Supposing I have two photos, one shot at 10mm, one shot at 20mm, both using ...
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Will any of these actions damage a tripod?

Which of the following may damage a tripod, or reduce its life? Leaving it in its extended position for a few days, with up to a 4kg binoculars mounted, and the center column extended. If this is ...
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Can I use vintage lenses on Nikon D3200

I tried researching this but I kept getting contradictory answers - is it possible to use vintage/film lenses on Nikon D3200 (with lens adapters if necessary)? If so, are these lenses limited to ...
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How to view a thumbnail for each lightroom folder in a catalog?

I'm trying to convert from Aperture to Lightroom. The first thing that does not make sense to me is how do you get an overview of your entire library (called catalog in lightroom)? In aperture, this ...
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Using a standard color chart do I need to create profiles for my body/lens combo for multiple lighting conditions?

I have the x-rite color checker and I've read that I should create profiles for each body/lens combination and some places even say for each lighting condition, though I have to wonder if that last ...
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Cameras allowed in hazardous environments? [on hold]

I'm researching about photographing explosion-prone environments. Has any of you worked on something similar before? What kind of place where you working at and what kind of equipment did you use?
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Canon 350D autofocus problem

I have a Canon 350D Rebel XT DSLR, one day, when i wanted to use it, the autofocus just doesn't work. The manual is doing good, but when i turn it to autofocus, it just doesn't focus. Sometimes the ...
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Is it possible to “apply” a color profile to an image?

The question title is not very representative but I couldn't think of a better one. I have an image in JPEG format with a color profile embedded into it. If I open that image in a program that ...
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How do I add macro lens effects via Photoshop [on hold]

How do I add macro lens effects like this via Photoshop:
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How to adjust the lens in dark? [duplicate]

I have CANON EOS-600D DSLR. few days before I was on my terrace to capture some sunset scenes. When I was returning It was almost dark but I saw a bat flown to nearby tree and hung itself there. I ...
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Monitor with excelent color definition [on hold]

I am researching on 2 monitors, the NEC PA301 and compared with EIZO, any feedback that can be made available on positives and negatives.
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Shoes photography [duplicate]

I am in need for a technical solution for a shooting of shoes. I have this reference: Could someone please advise on the fallowing: Do I need a light box like this one? What is the correct ...
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Why does feathering the light gives softer light?

Why does feathering the light gives softer light? You will always hear that bigger light source will give softer light, that makes sense because it has better wrap-ability. But I also hear that ...
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Can I connect a new Olympus lens to my Nikon camera?

I have a Nikon D3200 and I want to buy another lens for portrait photography... The lens I want to buy is a Olympus not Nikkor, would it fit my camera or would i need like a lens adapter? And is there ...
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For maximizing photo adjustment performance, which hardware upgrades matter most? [duplicate]

I do a lot of photo editing on a 13" Macbook Pro. When making photo adjustments I spend a lot of time waiting for the image to re-render. I'm wondering which hardware upgrades will have the greatest ...
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Film Photography Recomendations [on hold]

I'm really considering getting into film photography, what is a good online forum where I can read about film photography?
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Do any birth photography books exist?

I am looking for a text that focuses specifically on birth photography. I have not yet been able to find any such example. If an entire book on the subject is not available I would also be interested ...
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Photoshop plugin to make part of photo colors pop?

I am an amateur photographer and a beginner Photoshop user. I use an Olympus XZ-2 camera. Nothing fancy. I would like to enhance my photos by having them show colors that pop, specially for objects ...
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Issues printing a photograph to the correct size [on hold]

i am trying to print a photograph, but no matter what I try either the print is too small or the content shrunk from the sides. This happens when I tick the 'fit to frame' box.
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Is there an automated way to create composites from multiple images of a moving object?

I have a large series of aligned images of an object in motion (camera and background stationary) I want to overlay into a single image to show the object in each frame without any alpha blending. I ...
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How do I export a picture from Lightroom without the original?

The JPG file is in lightroom with every detail but I cannot export the file because I transfered the file from a friends flash drive. The error message I get is: "“DSCN1663.JPG” could not be used ...
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Levels adjustment layer in Photoshop: why are the main sections called “input levels” and “output levels”?

When we use the levels adjustment layer we can see in the settings two main sliders: the first, with a histrogram, is called "input levels" (even if is not written), the second is called "output ...
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Tripod With Horizontal Attachment

I want to take photos with a tripod that allows the camera to be angled at 90 degrees to the horizontal. I was looking to purchase this ...
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How to figure out if a DSLR will help my interest in photography?

I bought a point and shoot camera 2 years back and now I feel like I need a dslr with 50mm lens (because I think 50mm pictures look stunning) The problem is when I initially bought the PnS camera, I ...
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How to Choose Light mode while using Mobile Camera?

Which mode is best fit to take pictures at dusk using a mobile camera,will auto mode work fine or something else. For your information: I use a moto-e and Nexus 4 as my camera. and i use the default ...
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How to achieve this effect though post-processing

I'm looking for a way to achieve effect as in this example for my other photos. Left is the original, right - desired effect (mouse over to see, marginally NSFW) Just to be clear, I know the ...
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Which of these lenses will work?

Which of the following lenses will work best for macro with ole m0doel Olympus E-1 camera mentioned here www.keh.com - OLYMPUS 28MM F/3.5 {49} OLYMPUS - 28 F3.5 (49) www.keh.com - OLYMPUS 50MM ...
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Do I have to resample images when resizing them (smaller)?

Do I have to resample images when I'm resizing them? I want to make them smaller.
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Which is better: a smaller f-number lens or a bigger sensor size?

When choosing a camera, which of the following options would be the best in taking photo in low light situation and cropping photo situation? A smaller f-number lens with a bigger sensor size A ...
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Does a Fujifilm FinePix have a long exposure feature?

I own a Fujifilm Finepix s2980 and I can't find the long exposure. I would like to know if I have this feature or not in my camera.
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I can't see on display screen what I actually snap by Nikon D5200

I recently purchased Nikon D5200 DSLR few weeks ago. So not aware with many of its settings. Unlike my canon point & shoot cameras & my friend'd canon 600D, I can't actually see (on display ...
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Match colors in Lightroom to other editing tools

I noticed that sometimes Lightroom develops a raw image quite differently from my Canon camera or DPP (Digital Photo Professional by Canon). Even if in 90% of the cases I'm happy with Lightroom, in ...
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Is it possible to convert to and from LAB color space without loss of quality?

Can I safely convert from sRGB or Adobe RGB to L*a*b color space and back without quality loss? Lab is the widest color space and therefore it should be possible to convert colors into this color ...
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Snap object to guides in Photoshop CS6 vs CS5 [migrated]

I just recently upgraded to Photoshop CS6, and so far, I've run into a major issue regarding my workflow. In CS5, I was able to have an image snap to an intersection of guides (in this case, the ...

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