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by Bart Arondson

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seen Oct 18 at 13:03

I'm just another entity in this rugged system which someone designed.


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awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
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awarded  Popular Question
Sep
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comment How does time of exposure relate to aperture?
@DarkcatStudios:Thank You. Is there a constant involved in the approximation?
Sep
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asked How does time of exposure relate to aperture?
Sep
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awarded  Editor
Sep
18
revised How to make the faces clear and bright in dim light photography?
added 2 characters in body
Sep
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accepted Small Aperture difference - A big difference?
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awarded  Supporter
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asked Small Aperture difference - A big difference?
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awarded  Scholar
Sep
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accepted How to make the faces clear and bright in dim light photography?
Sep
18
comment How to make the faces clear and bright in dim light photography?
Thank You for the time :) I usually take pictures with the face recognition on. I'm sorry that I didn't mentioned this in my question. Another approach I usually try is to over-expose the picture so that the faces could be made brighter. The problem with this method is that the details present in an already brighter back-ground may be lost.
Sep
18
comment How to make the faces clear and bright in dim light photography?
@mattdm : The sounds a very clear advice . Thank You.
Sep
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awarded  Student
Sep
18
comment How to make the faces clear and bright in dim light photography?
@OlinLathrop : I can set the ISO as high as 2400. What precautions should I take when I set the ISO high?
Sep
17
comment How to make the faces clear and bright in dim light photography?
@OlinLathorp: Thank You. Did you mean the total pixels in the sensor should be high?
Sep
17
asked How to make the faces clear and bright in dim light photography?