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Feb
10
comment Why am I unable to find the Smart Sharpen filter in Adobe Photoshop CC?
You ARE looking under Filter -> Sharpen -> Smart Sharpen aren't you? Is it missing or merely grayed out?
Jan
31
revised How to cut an irregular pattern with proper transparency?
Edit for grammar and word choice
Dec
20
revised Why does my Neewer external flash take a long time to recharge?
Edit for spelling, grammar
Nov
4
comment Why aren't the 35mm film scans I got back from a lab at a 3:2 aspect ratio?
I think it's probably a result of being asked to automatically print from scans. If the lab is also printing from a scan it won't want to have any ragged frame edges on the final print, so they crop into the image area to make sure there is only image in the scan.
Nov
1
comment Are these strange splotches on buildings in a long-exposure photo hot pixels?
Check out [this][1] question. I think the causes are pretty much the same. [1]: photo.stackexchange.com/questions/24410/…
Oct
21
awarded  Critic
Oct
7
comment Is this grain normal? Canon T2i (550d) grain in high light
Well, the 2/3 stop underexposure doesn't help. Usually if digital photographers adjust their exposure it's 'to the right', or overexpose to maximize information and minimize noise (grain). The second concern is that you haven't told us the ISO equivalent that your camera was set at. If you shot at a high ISO then your images are more likely to have noise.
Oct
1
revised Is it possible to shoot moving water in HDR?
added 32 characters in body
Oct
1
answered Is it possible to shoot moving water in HDR?
Oct
1
revised Do official extension tubes degrade image quality?
Edit for grammar, plural/singular tense
Sep
26
awarded  Yearling
Sep
23
comment Is it dangerous to do a lens change with power on?
The statement "The potential problem is that the sensor or the glass cover over the sensor is electrically charged whilst it is switched on, so if you take the lens off, it will attract dust." has always been problematic for me since the sensor is usually covered by the shutter unless an exposure is taking place. Ring hollow for anyone else?
Aug
16
answered What kind of earplugs are best for concert photography?
Jul
31
comment How can I make a Lightroom 5 smart collection for unedited images which also includes my work in progress?
Lightroom keeps the most recently used keywords in an area below the keyword box. All it would take is a single click when you've finished editing and the image would disappear. You could also select a batch of images and apply the keyword to them with, again, a single click.
Jul
30
answered How can I make a Lightroom 5 smart collection for unedited images which also includes my work in progress?
Jun
25
answered How can I trigger a flash remotely and manually?
Jun
10
revised What is causing this extreme glossy effect when using a polarizing filter?
Minor quibble about the character of polarizing surfaces.
Jun
10
suggested suggested edit on What is causing this extreme glossy effect when using a polarizing filter?
May
13
suggested suggested edit on Do I risk damaging my camera if I use an aftermarket AC adapter?
May
13
revised Do I risk damaging my camera if I use an aftermarket AC adapter?
Current draw is determined by the load (camera) not the adapter. Voltage is the correct parameter.