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Apr
22
awarded  Cleanup
Apr
22
revised What is the difference between 16-bit and 32-bit high dynamic range images?
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Apr
22
reviewed Reject How to reduce size of a jpeg image in Photoshop?
Apr
22
revised What is the difference between 16-bit and 32-bit high dynamic range images?
added missing word 'is'
Apr
22
answered What is the difference between 16-bit and 32-bit high dynamic range images?
Apr
21
revised Can you estimate whether or not the sky is clear from a photographs metadata?
Added extra information to answer following additional detail in the question.
Apr
21
comment How to boost my camera's responsiveness with Magic lantern installed?
What happens if you remove magic lantern?
Apr
21
answered Can you estimate whether or not the sky is clear from a photographs metadata?
Apr
21
comment Can you estimate whether or not the sky is clear from a photographs metadata?
I'm pretty sure that Satellite imagery does not adhere to the Sunny/16 rule, and if the results were sunny that it might be sun reflecting off clouds. But well done for trying! :)
Apr
19
comment How do I calculate the maximum aperture at each focal length on a 35-200mm lens
Excellent answer - I wish I could give it more upvotes!
Apr
16
comment What causes darker areas on a still from a video stream when moving light source has passed through the image just before it has been taken?
@ths - the video format is mjpeg, or in lay terms a sequence of jpeg images. Though the video folks may be able to offer some assistance.
Apr
11
comment Is there any point in photographing directly to black & white?
@inkista +1 - the benefit of shooting that way is to be able to see an immediate approximation of what the final output on the LCD, there are no other tangible benefits.
Apr
11
comment Is there any point in photographing directly to black & white?
I think the OP was actually asking about using a monochrome mode on a DSLR and not using dedicated monochrome hardware but it's definitely worth mentioning.
Apr
11
comment Is there any point in photographing directly to black & white?
@CountIblis - actually what you're saying it won't do is exactly what it will do. It will create a normally demosaiced colour image and use that to produce a black & white.
Apr
10
answered Is there any point in photographing directly to black & white?
Apr
8
answered Why do copies of the same photo have slightly different file sizes?
Apr
6
comment Nikon D5100 Producing Corrupt Images
@mattdm is right - I've added an answer, it doesn't look like missing data, more bad data which means the copy process probably went wonky for a few bytes in each of the affected images.
Apr
6
answered Nikon D5100 Producing Corrupt Images
Apr
6
comment What causes darker areas on a still from a video stream when moving light source has passed through the image just before it has been taken?
If you can post multiple consecutive frames, that might tell us more as well.
Apr
5
answered Is there a time limit for bulb mode (generally)?