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answered When should I use manual white balance settings?
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revised What does it mean for a photograph to be “high key”?
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answered What does it mean for a photograph to be “high key”?
Mar
26
answered Can I put a compact camera on a video tripod?
Mar
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answered Raw Captured Image processing
Mar
25
comment Camera producing blurred images under average lighting conditions
The first one is clearly motion blurred (though it may have been out of focus as well)
Mar
25
comment Camera producing blurred images under average lighting conditions
seconded, one's clearly displaying camera shake and the other is with flash, as the lighting colour and direction are totally inconsistent!
Mar
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Mar
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answered What are the free HDR programs available for download?
Mar
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revised Can a smaller sensor's “crop factor” be used to calculate the exact increase in depth of field?
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Mar
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answered Can a smaller sensor's “crop factor” be used to calculate the exact increase in depth of field?
Mar
23
answered What tips can you offer for indoor architectural photography?
Mar
22
comment What is a good wide-angle prime lens for Nikon DX (APS-C) format?
The 14-24 is a stellar lens, the envy of a lot of Canon shooters (like the 85 f/1.2L is for Nikon shooters and the 24 f/1.4 until Nikon released their version).
Mar
21
comment Where can I get some Video sequences which have Flicker?
Sorry can't see how this is related to still photography
Mar
21
comment What are the depth-of-field capabilities of point & shoot cameras?
I don't see how it's not practical, it's impractical to shoot large groups with a supertelephoto lens (you have to back right off and shout at your subjects) it's not impractical to get shallow DOF with a compact - just pick a small object nearby and focus on it. It's not impractical to get shallow DOF at portrait distances with a (small sensor) compact - it's impossible!
Mar
21
comment What are the depth-of-field capabilities of point & shoot cameras?
@nick so the answer is "no for shallow depth of field at subject distances > 1 meter" not "no for shallow depth of field" which is I'm afraid plain wrong.
Mar
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answered What are the depth-of-field capabilities of point & shoot cameras?
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comment What are the depth-of-field capabilities of point & shoot cameras?
-1 It's easy to get shallow depth of field with a small sensor compact in macro mode, almost all compacts have this feature.