Napioa - Wind Origins

Napioa - Wind Origins
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comment Is 35mm or 50mm better on a cropped DSLR for street photography?
Do you own a lens of either of these lengths? The best approach is always going to be try for yourself. Personally I wouldn't want anything longer than a 35mm on a cropped sensor - but would consider going shorter than that.
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comment Might future advances in sensor technology reduce or eliminate noise?
I like this answer, but ` you capture very few photons so a set of neighboring pixels covering an object of uniform colour might receive 4, 3, 4, and 5 photons each` - aren't we still talking millions of photons?
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comment Huge distortion with the 16mm lens
Out of interest, which lens are you using here?
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comment What to do about blown out skies
Shooting RAW or raw format has made a world of difference to me shooting in bright skies.
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comment Why is the 18 - 200 mm lens so expensive compared to equivalent alternatives?
-1 different focal lengths? The question clearly describes a lens that exactly matches the combined focal lengths of two other lenses.
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accepted What is meant by 'centering quality'?
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asked What is meant by 'centering quality'?
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comment What are neutral density filters and how do I use them to create long exposures in daylight?
Great, thanks! I'll need to do some reading before I work out exactly what I need.
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comment How can I take slow, wide-open photos in bright light?
@dpollitt cheers :) I'm familiar with the SE format (longtime SO user) but I don't know much about photography! Feel free to close as duplicate.