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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.
May
13
suggested suggested edit on Do I risk damaging my camera if I use an aftermarket AC adapter?
May
10
comment How do I achieve fireworks pictures such as the hirobamboo method?
As an interesting note- it looks like the lens was defocussed initially and brought into sharp focus rather than the other way around- not such a problem when shooting at infinity I suppose.
May
9
comment How do they come up with focal lengths for lenses?
Surprisingly (or not) f-stops are also a √2 based sequence... 2 x √2 = 2.8, 2.8 x √2 = 4, 4 x √2 =5.6, etc.
May
1
comment Can Photoshop apply duotone through adjustment layers?
Do you mean duotone? I think 'duotone' means 'duplex' in German...
May
1
answered How does one do light painting with in focus subject? Maybe a composite?
Apr
30
answered NEF File Error: Could not complete your request because it is not the right kind of document
Apr
30
comment NEF File Error: Could not complete your request because it is not the right kind of document
Which camera? CS4 can't run the latest RAW converters and doesn't handle the latest camera models' NEF's
Apr
28
comment What can a very short shutter speed do for me?
Yup... Thanks for the catch.
Apr
28
revised What can a very short shutter speed do for me?
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Apr
26
revised What can a very short shutter speed do for me?
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Apr
26
answered What can a very short shutter speed do for me?
Apr
23
answered ND filter vs stopping down for long exposures?
Apr
22
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Apr
22
revised How can I shoot in a studio at the widest apertures?
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Apr
22
comment How can I shoot in a studio at the widest apertures?
You probably shouldn't go more than a couple of stops of ND because you'll have trouble actually seeing what you're shooting if the finder gets too dark. But yes, that's the only option when you can't fully control ambient light.
Apr
22
answered How can I shoot in a studio at the widest apertures?
Apr
19
revised What is the best way to photograph a marathon?
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