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Apr
18
awarded  Editor
Apr
18
comment What kind of lighting do I need for a halo portrait?
How about that?
Apr
18
revised What kind of lighting do I need for a halo portrait?
use a CC-BY-NC-SA image
Apr
18
awarded  Student
Apr
18
comment What kind of lighting do I need for a halo portrait?
Ah, this answer might be an interesting thing to try: photo.stackexchange.com/a/38281/11653
Apr
18
asked What kind of lighting do I need for a halo portrait?
Apr
10
comment What settings do I need to use for interior shots so the lights don't look flared/streaky?
Also, it's not radial from the centre of the frame (which is just north east of the clock outside the window). Unless the image has been cropped, but it still doesn't look radial to me (not enough convergence)
Nov
5
comment How can I justify a new camera purchase when I'm not a top photographer?
"I have run into the limitations of the D80 on some attempts." That's the key sentence. If and only if your current gear is putting limitations on your creativity do you need to start thinking about upgrading. Think hard about what those limitations are, and whether they are really a bad thing..
Oct
9
comment How do I get good colors when taking pictures in the city at night?
FWIW, I think the first photo is amazing. It feels much more urban, perhaps even a little gritty, which seems much more true than the latter two photos, which look like they've had studio lighting applied..
Oct
4
comment Without modification, is the built-in pop-up flash EVER appropriate?
Nice question. Especially pertinent to phone photography.
Oct
2
comment Why don't cameras capture dynamic range as our eyes do?
Almost a dup: photo.stackexchange.com/questions/21579/…
Oct
2
comment Why don't cameras capture dynamic range as our eyes do?
Our engineers have managed to design an eye that has a higher refresh rate, much higher resolution, can see in infrared and ultraviolet, and has no blind spot. This question shows that the eye actually has about half the static DR of modern cameras. My phone also has automated HDR. I think we just caught up.
Sep
19
awarded  Supporter
Sep
19
comment What's the difference between using black and white mode in-camera, and converting in post?
So B&W mode in most cameras is just straight desaturation?