Lunch atop a (Springfield) skyscraper

Lunch atop a (Springfield) skyscraper
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Sep
15
comment Can anything be done to reduce the shutter sound on my SLR?
Pay attention to the fact that live view exposes the sensor for a long time, increasing the long exposure noise as the sensor warms up :)
Sep
10
comment What is the best equipment for a good (semi-)professional color management?
I'll try to find the right cost/benefit ratio for my needs, but yes, this is the way! thanks
Aug
30
comment What is the best equipment for a good (semi-)professional color management?
I simply want tobe sure that the scene I have in the output device is as far as possible the same I was looking at when making the shots .. so simple, so easy :) ICC profiles is a part of the job, as color checking is, white balancing and so on ... I'm simply asking for suggestions about "true-scene-reproduction" techniques, hardware and tools involved.
Aug
24
comment Which tools are good for creating panoramas/stitching multiple photos?
Tried Hugin and it was the best OSS, but IMHO it is not so perfect as PTGui Pro is :)
Aug
24
comment Which tools are good for creating panoramas/stitching multiple photos?
PTGui pro is the best tool I ever tried, and I tried every tool :)
Aug
18
comment Nikon RAW image processing in non-Nikon software
How you fine tune .dng after creating them?
Aug
18
comment What is the best equipment for a good (semi-)professional color management?
I need to complete the entire color management workflow, from shooting a target to printing on a professional printer. Creating displays ICC profiles is a part of the job, ICC profiles of the printers with different setting and paper types really matters. There are colorimeters and spectrometers for example, the latter being a much more complete device ... what is the best choice is the dilemma :)