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by Bart Arondson

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bio website pattafeufeu.de
location Dinslaken, Germany
age 21
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Nov
5
awarded  Yearling
Jul
25
awarded  Good Answer
Jul
24
comment Which settings are good for Night Shoots?
It would be great if you could post a photo of yours illustrating what this "everything" it misses really is. Also, you might find some help on How to take great night shots (Photography.SX)
Jul
24
comment Why use higher ISO when using a tripod and the object is static?
Good answer. I forgot about that it might have been windy and the tripod shaky.
Jul
24
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
23
awarded  Yearling
Jul
23
answered Grain of sand in view finder on Nikon D3100
Jul
23
awarded  Teacher
Jul
23
revised Why use higher ISO when using a tripod and the object is static?
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Jul
23
answered Why use higher ISO when using a tripod and the object is static?
May
6
comment RAWs looking massively different in Aperture/Mac OS Preview compared to camera preview and (Canon) PictureStyleEditor
I didn’t notice the behaviour of my question post on any photos I did after that. I’m still rather clueless as to why that might be. Previously, I set Aperture to use the camera previews as it felt much faster in everyday usage. I’m giving the standard previews a try now, though.
Mar
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
17
awarded  Scholar
Dec
17
comment RAWs looking massively different in Aperture/Mac OS Preview compared to camera preview and (Canon) PictureStyleEditor
In the end, I just threw away my RAWs and converted them all to JPEG using Canon’s “Digital Photo Professional” that is being shipped with many of their digital cameras. I still had to do a lot of changes – especially the white balance was pretty messed up –, but with some results I’m quite satisfied. Here is one of the exports: picture on 500px
Dec
17
accepted RAWs looking massively different in Aperture/Mac OS Preview compared to camera preview and (Canon) PictureStyleEditor
Dec
11
comment RAWs looking massively different in Aperture/Mac OS Preview compared to camera preview and (Canon) PictureStyleEditor
But how do I change the colour profile and what is the “process version”?
Dec
10
comment RAWs looking massively different in Aperture/Mac OS Preview compared to camera preview and (Canon) PictureStyleEditor
Thank you, as well, for your answer. I understand why there is a difference. I still don’t know why this hasn’t occurred to me before when shooting with RAW -- the pictures always looked pretty much the same compared to what the camera showed. So basically, I can’t use Aperture in this case if I want the RAWs to be -- at least as a starting point -- to be like the JPEGs of my camera?
Dec
10
comment RAWs looking massively different in Aperture/Mac OS Preview compared to camera preview and (Canon) PictureStyleEditor
It helps to understand the “why is this happening”, but doesn’t make my pictures any more usable. If the pictures stay as they appear in Aperture, they are far away from being useful for me and I might as well trash them. :(
Dec
10
awarded  Student
Dec
10
awarded  Editor