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revised Do I use the crop factor in calculating aperture size and area?
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Nov
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comment What is the easiest colour backdrop to take pictures against?
Do you mean... Easiest to post process/photoshop??
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Aug
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comment How to keep shutter speed and aperture when changing modes on Canon 7D?
They aren't (well, it shouldn't be) for ISO OR WB. Set WB and ISO on Manual mode and see if it's kept when you change it to Av ot Tv. BTW, why would you want to do this? Why not use use Av and select apertures you want that way?
Aug
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revised How to select multiple images for deletion on the Olympus E-M5?
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revised Why does this article say that a 1.5× crop factor sensor is 43% smaller than a 35mm film cell?
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comment Why does this article say that a 1.5× crop factor sensor is 43% smaller than a 35mm film cell?
(@A K) Regarding the suggested edit, the surface area actually does have nothing to do with the crop factor. The crop factor is mainly to do with focal length. So, say you were used to a 75mm lens on FF, you would divide that by 1.5 and come to 50mm. Or vise versa, if you had 50mm on APS-C, you would multiply it by 1.5 and get 75mm for "FF equivalence". I stand by my statement that it has nothing to do with surface area. As proven, 384mm² x 1.5 ≠ 864mm².
Jun
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revised Why does this article say that a 1.5× crop factor sensor is 43% smaller than a 35mm film cell?
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answered Why does this article say that a 1.5× crop factor sensor is 43% smaller than a 35mm film cell?
Jun
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comment Why does this article say that a 1.5× crop factor sensor is 43% smaller than a 35mm film cell?
roughly 36mm by 24mm. This just happens to be the size of a 35mm film cell (remember film cameras?), and has come to be known as full-frame Ha! Just happens to be? No. It's no coincidence. 135 film format was actually the smallest and most convenient for film for it's time. I seriously wouldn't bother about "crop sensors" unless you are used to a particular focal length of a particular format.
May
28
comment Bubble Effect on image (Photoshop or online)
Get a mirrorless camera, find a lens that's made for a smaller format than your mirrorless camera (C-mount?) and shoot away. Crop and edit out in a photo editor if you want it round.
May
18
comment Why do my camera shots have a dark area at the top?
Does the severity of the vignetting always change, or can you tell if it's directly related to the shutter speed?
May
12
comment What's the difference between colour space and bit depth?
I got a notification saying it's been viewed 2500 times and I got something for it. Which brought me back here. That's why it took so long!
May
12
comment What's the difference between colour space and bit depth?
Changed the answer because of the illustrations.
May
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accepted What's the difference between colour space and bit depth?
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Apr
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comment What does it mean when something is “distracting”?
I find some "bokehlicious" photos a huge distraction!
Apr
24
comment Adapter for Olympus SLR lenses on Sony a6000 camera?
Selling the SONY gear and investing in an E-M1 is also an option. However, I'm aware that the E-M1 is more expensive than the a6000.
Apr
22
comment Results of a Sigma 12-24mm Full Frame Ultra wide lens on a Canon 70D
It was only a suggestion. Interior architectural gave me the impression there wasn't much space. Funny how all the photos in the accepted answer are all outdoors...