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comment Does all photographic film utilize gelatin in its composition?
Absolutely - all the early processes were done from raw materials for quite some time. :)
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answered Does all photographic film utilize gelatin in its composition?
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comment GoPro why high frame rate does not reduce time
You may want to try searching for this or raising a question on video.stackexchange.com
Aug
30
comment Photo copyright question
To clarify, is your concern that Person C may have attempt to prevent the publication (or republication) of books created before they owned the scrapbook? Or are you trying to determine copyright coverage for some other purpose?
Aug
30
comment What can and cannot be legally done with editorial photos?
@Shihan - It comes back to assigning a viewpoint. It's a generally accepted that the cover reflects the content of a magazine, so a person featured on the cover would still constitute an editorial usage.
Aug
28
comment If viewers don't respond to the rule of thirds, why do some photographers still emphasize it?
Upvote purely for quoting a pirate!
Aug
28
revised What can and cannot be legally done with editorial photos?
Tweaked formatting, expanded based on Michael Clark's feedback & rearranged for readability
Aug
28
answered What can and cannot be legally done with editorial photos?
Aug
25
comment Is Mirroring on one card is done through camera or through cards?
The concept of threading is really rather moot in embedded systems as DSLR's have multiple discrete processors optimised for certain tasks but the result from your testing is useful information.
Aug
25
comment Is Mirroring on one card is done through camera or through cards?
I can't speak for Canons - if that's how they do it that would seem a bit daft - it wouldn't make sense to copy from main memory into a cache when the D600 (for example) sports a DDR3 main memory that can easily satisfy the needs of a dual channel UHS-I controller at full-bore and receive data from the Expeed without breaking much of a sweat... If they wanted to - though it looks like from another answer that they choose not to.
Aug
24
comment Is there any engineering proof to which type of memory card is more reliable
@szulat - could quibble over semantics but it's not going to help clarify the answer, SD Specs before v4.0 (UHS-II) have one physical data line so it's still one bit at a time, just modulated faster. UHS-II has 4 data lines and in the case of the SanDisk SDSDXPB-016G-G46 Extreme PRO a read speed of 280MB/s. CFast (if we're going there) is even quicker if memory serves. Not quite sure that it addresses anything to do with reliability though. :)
Aug
24
answered Given the same sensor size lens, will a higher megapixel sensor give more “reach” then a lower one?
Aug
24
comment Given the same sensor size lens, will a higher megapixel sensor give more “reach” then a lower one?
@HenkHolterman - 36Mp bodies aren't exactly cheap.
Aug
24
comment Given the same sensor size lens, will a higher megapixel sensor give more “reach” then a lower one?
@AndreGuelmann - that can be addressed partially through CMOS process size, certainly last I looked Nikon were better in low light partly because of the better CMOS production facilities they use at Sony and TSMC/Renesas.
Aug
24
answered Is there any engineering proof to which type of memory card is more reliable
Aug
24
comment Is there any engineering proof to which type of memory card is more reliable
Did you mean to write that SD cards move one bit at a time, not byte? CF cards can move up to 16-bits (2-bytes) at once but have to run to a much (much) slower clock.
Aug
19
reviewed Close Which photo sharing site or photo hosting service can post full size photos to a Facebook page?
Aug
19
comment Which photo sharing site or photo hosting service can post full size photos to a Facebook page?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's about Facebook, not Photography as defined in the help center.
Aug
18
answered How can I connect multiple Canon dSLRs in parallel to a computer?
Aug
18
accepted Composing great profile/cover images for social media