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It is known problem with this objective. Check out this review for measurements and samples for the stock objective. Here is a more expensive one which does not exhibit this defect (made for Minolta A mount but adapted to NEX for testing): http://www.photozone.de/sony_nex/730-sony1650f28?start=2 . It seems that some design properties are causing this ...


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I think there were a number of real reasons for 'a look', and most of those no longer apply...but others may have taken their place. The real ones IMHO are historic. 35mm Changed Photography Leica invented 35mm and suddenly a lot of professional reportage and suchlike became infinitely more portable. This meant that there were Leica type photographs, ...


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The image looks out of focus. As the focusing sensor doesn't perform as good in lower light as it does on a bright sunny day, I don't think there's much you can do in this regard except try to take another picture which might get better focus. I don't believe the GoPro offers manual control over focus, so that solution is not available in this case.


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Not only might vignetting be an issue, but the greater relief between lens and filter could make dust more apparent (in-focus). Since a single-piece adapter can be found for US$8, I'd use the "sleeker, thinner" approach.


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I don't see why you couldn't use a GoPro instead of a regular compact point and shoot camera, like a Canon Powershot ELPH. Travel in Europe can lend itself to wide angle photography very nicely. Although larger, more expansive spaces, like the streets of Paris, may become flatter and more boring with a wide angle lens, vs. the smaller twisty streets of ...


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It is likely a film of some type in your lens that has been streaked along a single axis. I've gotten similar effects after trying to wipe the moisture off the front of the lens when shooting in hot, humid conditions with a camera/lens that had just been in cooler conditions. I've also gotten similar effects after attempting to wipe a smudge off the lens and ...


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If you need to upload an image absolutely losslessly to Facebook, you should upscale your image 800% in nearest-neighbor mode (GIMP can do this with the 'none' scaling filter, I'd be suprised if Photoshop can't). This works because JPEG compresses 8x8 blocks of pixels. I've done this with pixel art before. If you have a high resolution photo, you might find ...


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At a pixel level, you want to blur the lighter pixels horizontally, without blurring the picture as a whole too much. I took two times two similar steps in Adobe Photoshop to create the picture below. The first two steps: I selected the white colors using the "Select color range" tool, selecting an almost white pixel and using a large range to select ...



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