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bio website jamiek.it
location London, United Kingdom
age 35
visits member for 1 year, 10 months
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Oct
19
asked Why did Nikon stop producing the T series close up lenses?
Jul
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awarded  Notable Question
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Feb
14
revised Darktable: Is it possible to select only modified images in Lighttable view?
You can stack rules.
Feb
14
awarded  Commentator
Feb
14
suggested suggested edit on Darktable: Is it possible to select only modified images in Lighttable view?
Feb
14
comment Darktable: Is it possible to select only modified images in Lighttable view?
That's great, thanks.
Feb
14
accepted Darktable: Is it possible to select only modified images in Lighttable view?
Feb
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awarded  Yearling
Feb
11
revised Darktable: Is it possible to select only modified images in Lighttable view?
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Feb
11
revised Darktable: Is it possible to select only modified images in Lighttable view?
Capitalise
Feb
10
asked Darktable: Is it possible to select only modified images in Lighttable view?
Aug
6
awarded  Teacher
Aug
6
asked Compact 35mm film camera with decent 50mm-ish lens
Aug
6
comment Wedding cameras - disposable or ebay compacts + film
Some results from the Ilford: flickr.com/photos/jamiekitson/sets/72157632603938471
Aug
6
comment Wedding cameras - disposable or ebay compacts + film
@dpollitt I've used Yogile to pool images. Works fairly well.
Jul
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
7
comment Film ISO and Push/Pull Processing
There is an explanation of DX encoding here: bythom.com/dxcodes.htm that makes it sound simple enough to engineer yourself.
Dec
6
comment Film ISO and Push/Pull Processing
Thanks. What about if I ask for scans of negatives only?
Dec
5
comment Film ISO and Push/Pull Processing
One question, when you say I could simply underexpose and let the printer's auto-correction do what it does, that would end up with the negative being over/underexposed, right? You mean that only the final print would be corrected?