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All I want is time to do the things I love:
Photography and Orienteering

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answered Can Lightroom facilitate the consolidation of 2 external drives to a third?
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answered Improve photo resolution
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answered How can I automatically organize files on disk based on date or other metadata inside Lightroom?
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reviewed Reviewed Will too much time-lapse photography reduce a DSLR's life, or cause any other damage?
Jul
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comment Will too much time-lapse photography reduce a DSLR's life, or cause any other damage?
Welcome to Photo.stackexchange. The question isn't asking about video, it is asking about time lapse photography, which is taking photos at set intervals, which can be used to make videos that appear to move faster than regular video, however that is not it's only use.
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comment Is a 3rd party (Tamron) lens safe to use on a Canon EOS 600D?
@mattdm Indeed, but it may still be possible, if beyond the realms of reasonable possibility.
Jul
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answered Is a 3rd party (Tamron) lens safe to use on a Canon EOS 600D?
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reviewed Reviewed Will filters help me get better colors in my digital photographs of my paintings?
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comment Will filters help me get better colors in my digital photographs of my paintings?
This doesn't really answer the specific question about filters. Could you please edit to talk about filters (i.e. whether or not you think they are worthwhile or will help).
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reviewed Reviewed How to figure out if a DSLR will help my interest in photography?
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revised Which is better: a smaller f-number lens or a bigger sensor size?
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comment Which is better: a smaller f-number lens or a bigger sensor size?
@MichaelClark This is true. I did not consider that.
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comment Which is better: a smaller f-number lens or a bigger sensor size?
@MichaelClark That is true, for DSLRs, but I believe (considering that there is no mention of a separate lens in the question) that the OP is asking about P&S cameras, where it is still very feasible to have a larger sensor, while still having decent zoom range.
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comment Which is better: a smaller f-number lens or a bigger sensor size?
@MichaelClark True. But in general I think that the OP does not seem to be technically minded on this issue (as in probably no interested in the artistic side of things) I would say that larger sensor/aperture is a safe bet as being the best option. This is why I left the creative things until last.
Jul
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comment Which is better: a smaller f-number lens or a bigger sensor size?
@MichaelClark I would argue that it doesn't matter because everything you get (maybe except for size of the camera) from a smaller sensor/aperture you can get from a larger one as well.
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answered Which is better: a smaller f-number lens or a bigger sensor size?
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