Lunch atop a (Springfield) skyscraper

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answered How do you achieve this brownish skin color moody look on your photos?
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comment Tips for shooting playing cards?
500px is usually an other nice source of inspiration: 500px.com/search?q=playing+cards.
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revised How can I get the colors in my photo to look like a painting by the Dutch masters?
emphasis
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revised How can I get the colors in my photo to look like a painting by the Dutch masters?
grammar
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answered How can I get the colors in my photo to look like a painting by the Dutch masters?
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comment Is this amount of noise expected, or am I doing it wrong?
If the difference is flagrant, can you be a bit more descriptive of what you see in Lightroom ?
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revised Is this amount of noise expected, or am I doing it wrong?
add example
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answered Is this amount of noise expected, or am I doing it wrong?
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comment What is the benefit of a dedicated wide angle zoom vs a superzoom?
See a field of view comparator like this nikon simulator to feel the difference between 10mm and 18mm. 18mm on a cropped sensor approaches the "wide standard" denomination. 10mm is definitely a wide angle.
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comment What benefit does Hasselblad have vs high-end Canon / Nikon?
I would add the thiner depth of field due to sensor size, which can be very useful for studio portrait shot (where medium format are often used). By the way, MF are at the top of the DxO rank "portrait - color depth".
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comment Do full frame sensors gather more light than crop sensors?
Thanks, it makes perfectly sense with your edit.
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accepted Do full frame sensors gather more light than crop sensors?