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

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comment Films and x-ray scanning in airports
Please add this to the main body of the question.
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comment Films and x-ray scanning in airports
Where are you from? This question can only be answered with this information.
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comment Films and x-ray scanning in airports
possible duplicate of How to carry film through airports?
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comment how can I achieve the instagram amaro effect in photoshop
The topic of you second question is different to your original question. My guess is that this question will be closed very soon due to low quality.
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comment how can I achieve the instagram amaro effect in photoshop
The main effects I can see in your new link are vignetting and a brownish (possibly described as "retro") tinge. Is this what you mean?
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comment Can the external environment produce vertical banding on a DSLR?
There is no real reason to have the location and time in the title, and it just clutters the front page.
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comment how can I achieve the instagram amaro effect in photoshop
There is no obvious effect apparent in the linked picture.
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comment how can I achieve the instagram amaro effect in photoshop
We still need more. What aspects? Is there darkened corners (vignette)? Is it grainy? Is there a halo effect? is there a colour tinge?
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comment how can I achieve the instagram amaro effect in photoshop
Welcome to Photo.SE. We need more inforation to help you, so, please describe the effect that you are looking for in detail in the main body of the question.
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comment How should I respond to a lowball offer for commercial use of one of my photographs?
The OP has specified that it cannot be given proper gredit due to it's intended purpose.
Nov
17
comment Which alloys are used in the Canon EF 300mm f/2.8L?
In that situation the ONLY way to go would be a purpose built (not necessarily custom) camera/insulated case. There will be no DSLRs/lenses made by the big manufacturers that you can buy off the shelf that will handle such extremes.
Sep
8
comment Mirrorless Camera vs mid range DSLR — how to decide?
A note on the lenses, do not get confused between mirror lenses and lenses for SLRs.
Aug
14
comment Can 30 1-second exposures be combined to a form the equivalent of a single 30s exposure?
Answers on Stackexchange should include more detail, rather than just a link top somewhere else. I is fine to include links, but please add more detail to your answer (maybe quote or an explanation in your own words, so that someone doesn't necessarily have to follow the link, but can if they wish for much more detail or a different explanation.
Jul
28
comment What makes a camera (EOS 1100D) shut down during video record?
Have you tried physically switching the camera off and then back on (it may seem obvious, but a lot of people forget to try this basic fix). Canon (at least on the 550D) has a feature that turns the camera off after a certain period to save battery and turning it back on may require turning the camera off and then back on.
Jul
12
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.
Jul
12
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
8
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).
Jul
7
comment Which is better: a smaller f-number lens or a bigger sensor size?
@MichaelClark This is true. I did not consider that.
Jul
7
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.
Jul
7
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.