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Workflow tool for Race number OCR [duplicate]

My question is more or less the same as one asked two years ago here: What workflow or tools can be used for tagging of a large number of running race photos? but that's gone stale, as have many of ...
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Where can I find good example pictures for the influence of focal length on image composition

In this answer, Stan argues that having the choice between many focal lenghts in a large range is essential for studio photography, making a zoom lens a good choice. This was surprising to me as a ...
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Why there is no full-frame lenses with leaf shutter?

I see that many medium format lenses are made with leaf shutter, which allow much faster flash syncing speeds, so why no one puts them in FF lenses then?
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What is the largest aperture on a commercially available lens? [duplicate]

Out of pure curiosity, what is the largest aperture, or lowest f-stop, a commercially available lens has. I have seen the 50mm prime lens from canon with 1.2, but not lower than that. What are the ...
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Recommended settings in Lightroom 5 when exporting to NIK / other plugs as TIFF?

When exporting to NIK or any other plug, Lightroom asks for some information. AFAIK, and the more I study the less I know, the exported file should be a TIFF (no good options there), ProPhoto RGB ...
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Photography in sunlight [duplicate]

I have read in most of the sites sayin take pics in sunlight which will enhance the look, my quest is , on evening time in outdoor while posing for a picture i shrinked my eyes due to direct sunlight, ...
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Specs to look for in my first camera [duplicate]

I would like to start a Photography course soon but I don't have a camera and I don't know what specs to look for when buying one. This will be my first camera and I really don't know a lot about ...
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What will be my aperture with a 2× teleconverter? [duplicate]

I have a Canon 60D (crop factor 1.6x) and an 85mm f1.8 prime lens. Now I want to add a 2x teleconverter and attach the 85mm lens to it. My question is: What will the effective aperture be?
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Can I use a FD lens + extender with Canon EOS mount?

I have a Sigma 400 mm FD lens which comes with an FD to EOS (EF) adapter. Is it possible for me to attach an extender to it. May be a 2X FD extender and then attach the FD to EOS (EF) adapter. Is ...
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Where to fix Canon lens, other than Canon

I have a 70-200 2.8L II lens that was broken on a photoshoot (dropped 1 ft). The glass is intact (thank you, UV filter) but there is some issue inside the lens where the images aren't focused and the ...
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How was this 360° panoramic photo taken?

I'm not a photographer and know very little about camera and photography, still I couldn't help myself to ask how was this photo taken? I got this photo from FaceBook. Like was there any kind of ...
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How do I take flattering photos of people with acne (scarring)?

Occasionally I'll find myself as the photographer for a professional event at my Alma mater. As a natural consequence of the demographic, there's quite a few people there with severe acne and also ...
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Nikon 55-300 VR lens vs other Nikon zoom lens

I've Nikon D5100 with 18-55mm kit lens. Had the 55-200mm VR lens but sold it last year. I really enjoyed using the 55-200mm and had no complain. Now I am planning to buy another zoom lens and have ...
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Is there a self-timer mode on the GoPro Hero 3+?

I might have missed the option in the plethora of settings, but it seems that there's no self-timer mode on the GoPro 3+. If there isn't, how do you take a "selfie" group shot with monopod?
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Capable point and shoot for travelling? [closed]

I am going to try to keep this as open minded as I can. I use Canon bodies and lenses. The lady friend is going to Cuba soon with her friend. Neither of them have a proper camera. (That is not ...
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Low cost external shutter for controlling shutter speed

Are there any alternatives to the $400+ external shutter remote that can do auto bracketing for a canon 700D? Basically some shutter + a click wheel that adjusts shutter speed without touching the ...
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What is the difference or relation between a Color Model and a Color Space?

What is the exact relation or difference between a color model and a color space? I find these two terms to be used interchangeably in some literature. Are they simply the same? Thanks!
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Can you mount lenses from a Canon T70 on an EOS 550D body?

Sometime ago, I was fortunate enough to have been given a Canon T70 35mm and several lenses. I've now just bought myself an EOS 550D (T2i) and wanted to know if anyone has any experience of ...
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How do I copy selection from one color layer (let's say - Red) to another?

I'd like to clean up the whites of an eye. In Photoshop I used to select the white of an eye, and copy from Red to Blue and Green channels just by selecting the necessary color channel and clicking ...
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Are the terms 'push' and 'pull' relevant/applicable to digital photography?

The terms push and pull come from the days of film processing, and there's more on that here and here, but essentially they refer to increasing or decreasing the chemical processing time to account ...
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Wedding Photography Pricing

I have read pricing guides etc and since I haven't been in business for years and years its kinda hard to plug the numbers in to the formula. Anyways I'm just having a hard time pricing a wedding. ...
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How to do the same crop on a batch of photos?

I've got a batch of photos (an owl coughing up a pellet in case you're curious). I want to make an animated GIF out of them, but the result would be improved if they were all given an identical crop ...
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I can't get my new 580ex ll external flash unit to work on my 60D

I cant get my new 580ex ll external flash unit to work on my 60D. The flash connects properly, contacts are clean etc... The flash recognizes changes that I make to exposure compensation and zoom ( ...
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Why does the colour change after opening a raw file to edit in Photoshop CS6?

When I edit an image in the raw converter in CS6 the colours look correct, but when I open the file to edit the colours change. Why is that?
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Are regular external HDDs durable enough to be taken in a photo bag?

For the purpose of carrying stuff (on a two week+ trip), I indend to buy an external HDD to be able to backup stuff onto it. Haven't spend too much time on this, just picked the best selling one off ...
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What is the blue circle in this moon image?

Using my Nikon D3200, I tried to capture an photo of the moon using the 18-55mm kit lens. I can see a faint blueish circle, even in my view finder, and also in the final picture. Is this lens flare ...
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How can I fix this brighter part in the middle of people forehead?

I'm trying to fix this brighter part of a person forehead because of the over exposure. How can I fix this part to match the other color on the forehead in the picture?
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When should the negative space not be used to bring attention to a subject?

Considering http://photo.stackexchange.com/a/21378/5205 I tried to bring attention to this bud by leaving a lot of space on the right, but nearly everyone told me to crop that space off. ...
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What do I need in a lens for studio portrait photography?

I'm going to start in photography and I'm looking to build a home photography studio. I'm planning to get a Canon 60D (wished for a 7D though). I'd like to find out what are the recommended lenses for ...
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Why do depth of field calculators show *more* DOF for larger formats with the same lens parameters?

I thought I had a pretty good seat of the pants understand of DOF. But I've been playing with DOF calculators and it's giving me results that don't line up with my practical experience, so I'm ...
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Help is needed in Fixing Canon lenses USM's focus motor [duplicate]

I have the Canon EF lens, but the USM motor looks dead. I need help in order to get it fixed so I can use this lens again. Unfortunately a "focus by wire" system is used in this lens and I have no ...
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Is the Nikon 55-200mm f/4-5.6 a good lens for sports and wildlife photography?

Is this lens good for wildlife and sports? Im getting a nikon D5100 And my brother plays soccer and I'm in gymnastics. I love taking pics of sports. Is this lens good enough?
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Can I activate the sensor without triggering the shutter such that a dark frame is taken?

A dark frame is usually taken by placing the lens cap on the camera and opening the shutter for a period of time to determine the noise component of the signal for a certain exposure duration. I ...
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Nikon 55-200mm or 50mm

Im getting a nikon d5100 in a week or so, And i was woundering which lens to get with it? Im stumped this will be my first dslr and i know nothing about lenses. And i have a budget of $200 for a ...
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What can cause dark photos at high shutter speeds?

I have a Canon PowerShot SX500 IS. However, when I shoot in manual mode at a high shutter speed the images are very dark, almost black. On the other hand, when I use a lower shutter speed later in the ...
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Lightroom 5 Autotone without Exposure adjustment?

I like the Auto-tone function in Lightroom but since I take a lot of stopped down pictures in darker environments, lightroom always brightens the photos up by 1-2 stops in the exposure setting which I ...
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basic settings for good result in Nikon P510 coolpix [duplicate]

Please advice me the basic settings of Nikon P510 coolpix for good results especially I seek your advice on Aperture value, shutter speed and ISO - what should be the combination for a good result ...
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Beginner photography - Low end DSLR vs mid/high end Point and Shoot/POS?

I am an beginner enthusiast and I don't want to become professional ever. However, I want to be able to shoot good quality photos that can be used for personal purposes or sold off to say people, ...
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Best camera + 2 lenses to take on around the world backpacking trip? [closed]

A little background: I used to take photographs all of the time and even had my photos appear on the cover of local magazines and inside of local newspapers when I was in high school. I've also ...
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Spectral lines emulation

Is there any way to change the image taken under a sunlight (i.e. full and continuous colour spectrum) to look like taken under a light source with line spectrum (e.g. mercury or sodium street lamp)? ...
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CMYK vs RGB - Can a DSLR take CMYK images?

I seems that all cameras take photos in RGB format and printers take photos in CMYK format. If the photo is not in CMYK, then the printer converts it to that format with some loss of quality. Can the ...
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How can I vertically shift a Tilt-Shift lens in vertical (portrait) position?

I have a Canon TS-E 24mm f/3.5L II mounted on a Canon 5D Mk3. When I want to shoot a building tall enough without introducing distortions, I put the camera in landscape position, I shift my lens up ...
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What do you call a photo session that involves youth & erotica?

I'm not really sure how to ask this question, so I'll just explain what my potential client says they want. I have potential female clients that want to have pictures taken of them partially (maybe ...
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How would a mobile phone with external zoom lens compare vs DSLR?

Yakshemash ! I am new to photography and my knowledge is limited to just this - have sufficient light, press button to take photo, quality of images in digital zoom is not as good as that of optical ...
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Is light the only difference? Or does the camera and lens make all the difference?

Look at this stunning portrait: Let's ignore everything but JUST the amount of detail the photograph succeeds to convey. Now look at one of the best portraits I have taken of my girlfriend, as a ...
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How long should Olympus EP-5 warranty repair take?

My EP-5 (purchased July 2013 in the US) developed a problem where it occasionally would not turn on. I brought it back to the photography store I purchased it from and they sent it to Olympus for ...
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Adobe Lightroom - How to change metadata to make sorting in folders work?

When i am importing all my photos to lightroom i want to sort my 2000 pictures in folders by date. But i have two big issues. I only want folders per YEAR, not sub folders per month etc. Cant seem to ...
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Will I damage the command dial on my D5200 if I rotate it quickly?

In a Youtube video on the D5200 I saw that the guys handling the camera rotated the command dial very fast. I used to rotate the dial one jump at a time fearing that otherwise I would damage the ...
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Merge HDR using layers

I currently use Photoshop's merge to HDR pro but i don't always find that method very good. I wonder if there is a way to merge photos by using layers instead?
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Minimizing harsh shadows when photographing big things?

I have been photographing local playgrounds for my local mom's group. But I've been finding I have trouble with harsh shadows when the weather is sunny. The shadows tend to come out so dark that you ...

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