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Software developer by trade, boardgamer and photographer for fun.


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comment What options are there for inexpensive 35mm film developing and digitizing?
The bracketed comment is not necessarily a positive.
2d
comment Low light photography with lens limitation
"If you want f22 as the aperture": you almost certainly don't.
2d
comment Low light photography with lens limitation
Why are you using manual mode? Your camera has a light meter - use it. Certainly f/22 is not where you want to be, for all sorts of reasons.
Aug
20
comment Why the faces in the corner tends to skew a bit in almost all smartphone cameras
Could you give an example of a photo where you're seeing this happening? I'm suspecting it's just the typical wide-angle lens distortion.
Aug
20
comment Seeking a way for “authoritiative”, proven method to prove that two photo images are “nearly identical”?
And I still think the answer to your question is "no".
Aug
20
comment Seeking a way for “authoritiative”, proven method to prove that two photo images are “nearly identical”?
@DVK Given nobody in any of those answers has pointed to a "definitive" method, I think the simple answer to your question is "no".
Aug
20
comment Seeking a way for “authoritiative”, proven method to prove that two photo images are “nearly identical”?
Pretty much a duplicate of these three questions on SO: 1 2 3
Aug
20
comment what is the barriers of making fast lenses?
Have you thought about how big the front element would have to be for a f/0.01 lens?
Aug
14
comment Should I buy a Canon Zoom Telephoto EF 75-300mm f/4.0-5.6 III or Tamron AF 75-300 mm f/4.0-5.6 LD?
Product recommendations are off-topic here.
Aug
14
comment Can 30 1-second exposures be combined to a form the equivalent of a single 30s exposure?
As already linked as a comment to the question, this is precisely what "image stacking" does - I'd suggest you do a little reading.
Aug
13
comment Capturing fast moments, such as bullet
"The camera's shutter can remain open for several seconds before and after the exposure" - the flash is providing all the light, so it doesn't matter.
Aug
13
comment Difference between short/long exposure for faraway objects?
This doesn't seem to answer the question.
Aug
12
comment Why are my photos taken with the Sigma 18-50mm f/2.8 coming out blurred?
Hi and welcome to Stack Exchange. I've tried to edit your post to clean up the English a bit, and I hope I haven't changed the meaning significantly; if I have, please edit it back. That said - many thanks for actually including an image showing the problem as this really helps us to work out what's going on.
Aug
12
comment Exposure shooting youth sports during a sunny day
Please post (or link to) some images showing the problems you're having - it's very hard for us to help without seeing them.
Aug
11
comment Too much “Grain” in photos
Why are you suggesting using program mode rather than aperture priority?
Aug
11
comment Too much “Grain” in photos
Sure, but we need to know the actual settings used for the photo that's been shown.
Aug
10
comment What makes a DSLR camera “entry-level”?
@CountIblis Please post answers as answers, not as comments.
Aug
10
comment Looking for features on entry-level DSLR cameras
Related: How useful is the top LCD screen on a DSLR?
Aug
10
comment Looking for features on entry-level DSLR cameras
@Mehrdad That would make a good question in its own right rather than being discussed in comments (which we generally frown upon on SE).
Aug
8
comment Why is there a grid pattern of darker pixels in this twilight sky flat field?
This has now been posted and answered on Astronomy.