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Feb
25
revised Is there a “special look” to images from large sensors that can't be replicated with a smaller one?
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Feb
25
comment Is there a “special look” to images from large sensors that can't be replicated with a smaller one?
When you are required to match depth of field, as stated in the original question you must stop down and no longer have any advantage when it comes to noise.
Feb
25
revised Is there a “special look” to images from large sensors that can't be replicated with a smaller one?
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Feb
25
comment Is there a “special look” to images from large sensors that can't be replicated with a smaller one?
Again, like every other answer here it completely ignores the last paragraph of the question which states depth of field must be the same, this the larger format lens has to be stopped down. Once you do this all the advantages you state, such as better colour depth, disappear. The link you provide is irrelevant as it's talking about a completely different case where you keep the f-ratio (and not the entrance pupil) the same.
Feb
24
answered Is there a “special look” to images from large sensors that can't be replicated with a smaller one?
Feb
22
comment Nikkor AF 70-300mm “Lens Not Attached” Error
@mattdm only one lens is listed as compatible with that hood, the 70-300mm f/4.0-5.6 G-AF.
Feb
20
comment Large DOF in low light for portrait in front of a landscape?
Make sure the person doesn't walk out of the frame after the flash has gone off or the background will show through them. They don't have to be perfectly still but any large movements could cause a black outline in the final image, or the background bleeding through.
Feb
19
revised How to brighten the face of a backlit subject
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Feb
19
answered How to brighten the face of a backlit subject
Feb
19
comment How to brighten the face of a backlit subject
@ElegantCoder you don't need a reflector for this, see my answer below.
Feb
18
comment Emulate Gimp's Grain Merge in Photoshop
@Drazick can you explain more about the exact problem you're trying to solve. Overlay blending mode does a combination of Screen and Multiply depending on whether pixel values are greater or less than 127. If you're not after a mathematically precise result it may work.
Feb
18
answered Emulate Gimp's Grain Merge in Photoshop
Feb
13
answered Explanation of the fisheye phenomenon
Feb
13
comment How can I detect upscaled photos?
@mattdm unsharp mask increases contrast, it doesn't create high frequency image content.
Feb
11
revised What is the most compact camera/lens setup with movements?
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Feb
11
revised Why do my photos “glow”?
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Feb
10
answered What is the most compact camera/lens setup with movements?
Feb
9
revised Why do my photos “glow”?
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Feb
9
answered Why do my photos “glow”?
Feb
6
answered Is it a good workflow to do separate raw processing on different parts of an image?