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Oct
20
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Oct
16
answered Is it possible to share albums privately on Flickr?
Oct
10
comment What's the difference between zooming in on a subject vs moving closer?
This is completely relative to the amount of available ambient light. If it is bright enough to shoot from a farther distance with an acceptable shutter speed, or you are using strobes, then none of this matters. Then it is totally subjective as to which perspective you prefer.
Sep
26
comment Can I deduce the max. shutter speed from other camera specs?
Maybe the bird has rocket boosters?
Sep
23
comment Will a 600rt Flash work with a 70d using radio control?
Buying a couple of Youngnou 622's will be much cheaper and work with you existing equipment and give you almost the same feature set. 602's would be even cheaper again, if you don't care about TTL and on camera control.
Sep
22
revised What could cause pictures to come out too dark when using a ring flash?
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Sep
22
comment How to make a time-lapse photo
Tripod and a slow shutter speed. Very easy to do in low light.
Sep
19
answered What could cause pictures to come out too dark when using a ring flash?
Sep
16
comment is framerate the same for video as for photo?
Another major difference in a frame of video vs a photograph is that video frames are stored as deltas. You capture a full frame and then each consecutive frame simply stores what has changed form the one before it. This make for a much smaller amount of data stored in the vast majority of frames, compared to a still, even if you disregard the resolution (2MP vs 10+).
Sep
11
comment Speedlite 430EX II & Canon 60D
Actually, you can configure your external flash settings so that the on camera flash does, or does not contribute to the picture.
Sep
8
answered Can I compete with outdoor light using a diffused flash?
Sep
8
comment How do I handle international copyright violations?
Is registering with the US Copyright office going to make any difference with Chinese and Russian companies? In either case, the OP still owns the copyright.
Sep
8
comment I accidentally refrigerated my lens for a month. Should I be worried?
If you bag it while in the freezer, you don't need a desiccant as there air is cold and dry. Just like coming inside in the winter, simply bag it first before going to the warm environment.
Jul
23
answered Why use higher ISO when using a tripod and the object is static?
Jul
18
comment How to prevent my waterproof camera from condensation?
I think you should return the camera. If the condensation is on the inside, there is water on the inside, which means your camera is not waterproof. Unless you took it beyond its limit of 10ft, then it's your mistake.
Jun
27
comment Inconsistent TTL results when flash used off-camera (YN565 EX II)
Are you attempting this indoors or outdoors? Outdoors in reasonably bright light will easily cause the IR trigger to not fire. You will also likely want to configure your flash control so the on-camera flash doesn't fire during the exposure. I have used my 7D with external Canon flashes many times without the issues you are seeing. Failure to fire was always an issue with line of sight, or attempting to use outside in bright light.
Jun
19
comment How do I create a nighttime B&W image but have the subject illuminated by light in full color?
Simply desaturating and using a layer mask would accomplish this. Fading the mask to transition between b&w and colour.
Jun
19
comment Monitors: Dell U2412M or HP 23bw?
The Dell is an IPS type panel, and is consistently given good reviews in its size and price point.
Jun
9
answered outdoor group photo - depth of field, other concerns?
May
29
comment Does Amazon's patent of the photography studio have any meaning for us?
The only meaning I got from it is that someone at Amazon made a bet with a coworker regarding what they could patent...and won. The loser in this bet obviously gave the patent office much more credit than they deserved.