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My wedding photographer did an "engagement " shoot as part of the package. This served a few purposes from our point of view. To get to know each other a bit, so photographer and couple will be comfortable with each other on the day To understand what kind of shots the couple favour, so these can be prioritised For the couple to get used to being natural ...


Pre-Wedding photo sessions are big business. They are extremely popular with the Asian and Indian Communities where they will happily spend $1000’s on this one session. Sometimes, it may even be themed at say Disney or perhaps a different part of the country or maybe even abroad. Generally, the idea is for the couple and their very close friends to be ...


In reality these cameras are much more similar than they are different. They are both basically one step up from entry level DSLRs in both Nikon and Canon's lineup, and they are both about a generation old. I would argue that the differences you point out realistically matter very little, but yes on paper they may seem to be substantial. Specifically going ...


There is nothing stopping the firmware programmer from implementing lower "ISO" values by averaging multiple frames. For example if the base sensitivity was determined to be "80 ISO". "40 ISO" can be implemented by averaging two frames.


Inkjet printing is not an option due to the real-world resolution that could be achieved being very low (<300dpi) added to other optical and ink based fuzz/bleed/dirt etc. Pigment inks are also opaque. Laser printing is also not an option as the toner is opaque and suffers similar resolution limits. You have only 2 options that I can think of: 1 - Make ...


First of all, what an interesting tool you discovered. The bad news. I doubt a inkjet acetate print made in home could give you the necesary depth, it will just be washed out. A color laser print could help. There are other kind of papers, like vegetal paper which is cheap, or sinthetic one which is more uniform. But there is a specialized kind of inkjet ...


You can use a projector to expose your film! You need to find the focal length of your projector's lens, and the size and distance of its display from the lens in order to calculate what lens can reduce the size of the image coming out of your projector to the 35mm size. Once you find that out you can put a slide film in your camera, stick the front of your ...


You can develop color slide film at home, using only a "can". Printing is the equipment-heavy part. The other day I saw a "picoprojector" that was essentially a tablet with an odd display. It was G3, wifi, bluetooth, and runs Android. That would let you project digital content onto a surface in a similar way.


You can make your own slides at home by printing your images onto Inkjet or Laser Acetate Paper. Please make sure you buy the correct Acetate type for your printer, whether it Inkjet or Laser. As they use different formulas to allow the print to set properly. Here is a simple tutorial for printing on Acetate: ...


There is no highest resolution as DPI is a meaningless without knowing the print size. With a given camera, the smaller you print, the higher the DPI. If you need a certain DPI for some given print size than you can determine the resolution needed. As a simple example, to print a 6" x 4" print at 300 DPI, you need 6 x 300 = 1800 pixels wide and 4 x 300 = ...


Edited to fit the new question: You can not change the ppi (or dpi) settings on your camera. Normally they declare 72 dpi, 96 or some do not declare it at all. The thing you can do is declare the resolution on your canvas on Photoshop to fit your the one your camera is declaring, before loading a photo. The previows answer You are really confusing ...

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