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Higher Noise in Sunrise shooting

I am beginner in photography and tried first hand on shooting sunrise, though i am not satisfied with my results of first shoot. and left with some questions, it would be nice if you can answer that ...
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How to photograph subject on white seamless background using continuous lighting without post editing?

First of all before I go into detail with my question in I should mention that I have already read the similar question page "Why can't I get a decent white background with product photography?" The ...
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Canon 5D Mark III Broken Screen Repair in Australia?

does anyone know a specialist for repairing DSLR screens for a reasonable price. I don't want to send the camera to Canon itself, they will make me pay the for a new camera. The Monitor is broken ...
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How do I stop taking the same kind of photo?

Whenever I take a photo I seem to so it exactly the same: small depth of field, very close up, from an angle. Whilst I really like this technique and is (in my opinion) quite easy to pull off and have ...
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Does multiple day timelapse application for any camera exist?

I'm studying computer science and I'm looking for possible bachelor thesis topics. I was wondering if there is an application for making 24 hour or multiple day timelapses automatically, e.g. program ...
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Which smartphone camera would give better low-light picture results?

Just interested in choosing the right smartphone for lowlight photography I have following contenders. Option 1 has 16 MP, Aperture f/1.8, OIS, with sensor size 1/2.6" and 1.12 μm pixel size Option ...
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Using a focal reducer to match a lens to a crop sensor camera

Context So I've recently watched a video about how Tony Nortrup is referencing that you should buy the lens that perfectly fits your image circle, to get the most sharpness out of it, or so I'm ...
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Nikon D3300 , kit lens 18-55mm [on hold]

Recently , I bought nikon d3300 . It is called as entry level DSLR. How can I take pix that look professional from this camera? :)
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Nikon D3S - Controlling CMOS image acquisition time

Is there a way to achieve the following sequence? open the shutter, wait until it is fully settled in open position, clear the CMOS sensor (remove accumulated charge), start collecting photons, ...
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Can I control three YN600ex-rt flash units from one controller on the camera?

Just replaced my 600D with 70D canon and I am about to buy four units of the new YN600ex-rt and I wanted to know if I can use one yn600 on camera as master to control another three flashes to fire ...
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What lens should I use for astrophotography?

I am looking for a lens for my Canon 550D for astrophotography. What lens would be suitable for it? Thank you
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Disable built-in IR-sensor (Nikon D3s)?

What is an IR-sensor of the shutter? For shutter release? Can I disable it (software-wise or hardware-wise) or remove it to prevent leakage of IR into CMOS when IR-filter is removed?
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How can I create this effect (dreamlike softness)

I was earlier helped given advice on how to shoot a certain photo (See earlier question How was this taken/edited?) Now I think I have a good idea on how to get similar results regarding the camera ...
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Back up digital images on travel

I would like to know if there is a solid state device I can use to back up my digital files without a computer when I am traveling.
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Are there any standards for what a photography credit should look like?

Creative commons is well known for standardizing the licencing of photos, allowing photographers to selectively give away their copyrights. Why any photographer would want to do this is beyond me, but ...
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Why isn't there an automated HDR bracketing mode?

Yes, there are cameras with built-in HDR but the operator still has to set it up properly. The cameras have plenty of brains, they could do it themselves. Put your camera on the tripod, select HDR ...
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Taken a picture of my monitor while spinning in circles - why is it distorted?

I just found a picture again I took years ago, and I'm wondering what's happened ever since then - I hope this is the right place to ask! I sat on my swivel chair and spun a few times, while taking ...
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What are the advantages of additional exposures between outer brackets of an HDR stack?

Firstly, I understand the idea behind HDR photography so I'm not looking for an explanation of HDR. What I'm interested in is the large number of exposures often used to capture a scene with high ...
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Nikon D3300 video experience [on hold]

While looking for a good cheap DSLR for both video and photo (making a culinary show), i ended up with thinking of getting Nikon D3300 18-55 kit. Anyone has first hand experience on the video quality, ...
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How was this taken/edited?

How was this photo taken in terms of aperture, shutter speed and ISO, and also how was it edited in post. Does anyone have a clue? I can't see any motion blur in the people dancing behind, nor any ...
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Timelapse with Nikon D3200

Is there any way to create timelapse photographs using Nikon D3200? Is there any android application or some other devices that can help with this?
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Can I capture still images on my DSLR at the same rate as shooting HD video? (30 fps)

I have a Canon Rebel T3i DSLR. It looks like it can do 30 fps in HD video mode. However, I'd like to capture still images at 30 fps—is this possible somehow? Would I have to resort to some ...
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Cameras in mobile phones [on hold]

I'm looking for a new mobile phone, and the main/only feature that I'm concerned with is the camera. Are the cameras in any of the current mobile phones decent? If so, what are some of the best?
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Why does it seem like large sensors are necessary for good low-light performance?

Phone manufacturers have recently started advertising the size of the photosites on smartphone camera sensors. They argue that larger photosites lead to better low-light performance. I think a good ...
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Is a two-year old midrange camera model considered obsolete? [duplicate]

We are recreational photographers. We are going on a rafting trip this year, and have decided to upgrade our 7 year old Lumix. We just decided on the GH4 for its movie capabilities. A new model, ...
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Getting a completely sharp bird when it is up close

Context So I know that Depth of Field (DoF) is controlled by your f-stop (aperture opening) of the lens in question. Question Is it possible to get birds completely sharp when they are so close ...
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Is it possible to shape an image in a non-rectangular shape?

Recently I had to crop an image in a circular shape for a composition. Since I usually use Darktable and I also had to edit some details of the image, I tried to do it directly with it. Nonetheless, ...
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How to travel with photo gear?

What should a photographer know in order to travel safely with the photogear around the world? A few arguments to touch are for example: insurance hand luggage size limitations additional costs ...
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Bright image with infrared D3s and cap on (image included)

I have a D3s with no infrared filter (it has been removed). When I take dark images in high ISO with body cap on and covered in a wrap (so no light gets in), and no lens mounted, the images are not ...
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Epson 2450 scanner not scanning transparencies on Mac Book Pro

I have a mac book pro and Epson 2450 scanner. The latter is scanning flatbed scans absolutely fine, but when I try to scan negatives and a positive slide the scan preview is coming up mainly white ...
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How do SLR lenses connect to the body?

I recently bought my first SLR camera and lens for it and I have questions about how they interact. My lens attaches on, and I can use the focus on the lens itself, but if I use the auto-focus, does ...
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How to get Astro - Timlapse by mindarin in India? [on hold]

How to we get astro timelapse in India and how much time it takes ??
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Why did my D5500's autofocus stop working?

My Nikon D5500 will no longer autofocus. It is a brand new camera with hardly any use. My neighbor, who has vast experience in photography, attached the macro lens, took a few shots, and then it ...
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How do I stitch a panorama to keep horizon without bumps while ignoring problems on nearby trees?

It's the lookout tower below. You can't shoot from a single place - you take pictures from four different positions, distant a few meters one from another. I know there logically must be problems on ...
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Would like to take a photo with 5 cameras simultaneously and send to dropbox or eyefi

I'd like to set up a station in a warehouse to take photos of a pallet before it is shipped. 5 cameras total, one for each side of the pallet and one for a top view. The idea is to roll the pallet ...
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How Does A 5D Mk3 Generate The Histogram It Displays In Live View?

What is happening under the hood when a 5D Mk3 displays a histogram (luminance or RGB)? What exactly is the data it uses (raw sensor data, jpeg or something else)?
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Flash's duration and freezing motion

This question connects with my previous question: Why do cameras that film with high FPS rates cost a lot? I just read that a normal flash illuminates a scene within a 1/250th of a second. (A flash ...
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Corrupted JPG has undesired color bars overlay

I have transferred photos from my camera SD card to my computer (using a card/ram reader) and deleted the original photos. Now I have just realized there are color bars overlaid in photos. Here is an ...
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Why are SLR mechanisms still prevalent among high-end digital cameras?

I understand that back in the days when cameras captured images using photographic film instead of image sensors, the SLR design was a major innovation. It let you see through the viewfinder exactly ...
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How do I achieve autofocus while zoomed in on a face, if surrounding elements hold more contrast?

I recently bought a new camera, a Panasonic FZ1000, and noticed on more than one occasion when I was photographing my wife in a posed situation, and I choose to zoom in a little for the shot, the ...
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Nikon D3300: Flash causing a shadow across the top of frame

Recently purchased a Nikon D3300. Works great except that the flash is causing a shadow along the top of the frame. I swapped out lenses, played with modes, played with the flash and photographed ...
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Why only camcorders that cost too much can record high fps (freeze motion)?

I read that a Phantom will record footage at about 2570 fps @ 1080p. And a high end bridge camera would capture stills at 1/4000th of a second. So, why a dark place and a flash is to be required to ...
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Looking for a dslr camera [duplicate]

Being a beginner, which camera I should buy?. Canon 1200d or Nikon d3200. I would love to have detailed analysis between them. And suggest some standard lens for that particular camera, for example - ...
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Help me choose 2 lens for 2 different photoshoot type [on hold]

I decided to buy Nikon D7000 body, and I'm thinking about 2 lens, but I can't decide myself which lenses to buy. So I am thinking about Nikkor 35mm and Nikkor 18-200 or 18-140. I usually shoot ...
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Why does my photo become blurry in manual focus? [on hold]

When I'm shooting in auto-focus mode, the pictures that I got are crystal clear but when I'm using it in manual-focus mode with the same conditions, the photos become blurry. I also have a question ...
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Why is the Depth of Field Preview button necessary?

I've looked far and wide but i cannot find the answer for this question. I know some older cameras and lenses used to have aperture rings on them, which allowed the user to set how open or closed the ...
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Sigma 70-300mm 1:4-5.6 APO Macro super lens

Is there an adapter to fit the Sigma 70-300mm 1:4-5.6 APO Macro super lens to the body of a Sony a200
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Can I shoot video with a Canon Rebel XT/350D?

Hello I've been borrowing this camera from a friend because I'm on holiday and they're working. I think it's called a Canon Digital EOS Rebel XT. Does it film video? I've gone through all the modes ...
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Can I discard the XMP sidecar files that Lightroom produces?

From this answer I learned that if I have a photo in Lightroom and I want to edit its metadata using Exiftool then I can save its modifications to an XMP sidecar file, make the changes with ...
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Bullet time 360 using multiple mobile phones [closed]

Hi i want to do bullet time using 50 mobile phones i need the solution like the link below for the mobile phone . http://www.breezesys.com/MultiCamera/index.htm can any one help me in doing bullet ...

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