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bio website mouviciel.free.fr
location Toulouse, France
age 46
visits member for 3 years, 11 months
seen Nov 29 '13 at 16:02

Oct
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awarded  Commentator
Oct
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comment What are good techniques for photographing newborns?
@dpollitt - You are correct, I should have given more precisions. Actually, I meant exactly what you don't use: flash with a bare bulb from < 1m, which is what the majority of new parents have. I am not against a better equipment properly used.
Oct
21
comment What are good techniques for photographing newborns?
@dpollitt - Accepted answer of that question and its comments are very instructive: I don't think being flashed right in the eyes with a bright flash is very nice - I'd think that the real danger is psychological rather than ophthalmalogical - I realize now that the flash is WAY bright. I agree it's not nice at all. You may feel comfortable, but I doubt that this is shared by newborns.
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revised What software is focused on reviewing and organizing images?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on What software is focused on reviewing and organizing images?
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awarded  Nice Answer
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answered What historic reasons are there for common aspect ratios?
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comment What are good techniques for photographing newborns?
Only one constraint for a newborn: No Flash!
Feb
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comment Alternative media for printing photos
mugs are a common support as well.
Feb
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comment How to capture the scene exactly as my eyes can see?
@sat - My point is that if you can take a picture as wide as what your eyes perceive (about 170°), then you need a wide screen or piece of paper to reproduce it. An iPhone is not an option here.
Feb
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comment How to capture the scene exactly as my eyes can see?
What about the media intended to deliver the picture to other's eyes? Big or small? Screen or paper? ...
Feb
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answered Ideas for Daily Exercises to Improve Photography Technique
Feb
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comment How do I make sure my RAW files are readable in the future?
+1 - I was about to mention dcraw (cybercom.net/~dcoffin/dcraw)
Feb
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awarded  Editor
Feb
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revised Why do it “in-camera” rather than in post-processing?
typo
Feb
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answered Why do it “in-camera” rather than in post-processing?