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by Bart Arondson

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Freelance travel photographer, photo tour leader and digital camera guru.

Travel has always been my passion and photography lets me share it with everyone.


Nov
23
answered Does it make sense to get a non-macro and a macro of similar focal lengths?
Nov
23
answered Are lenses for my Canon Rebel XT compatible with the Canon 7D?
Nov
22
answered What sets apart DSLRs in different price levels?
Nov
19
answered When would one choose a 50mm f/1.4 over 85mm f/1.8 (or vice versa) for portraits?
Nov
19
awarded  Necromancer
Nov
18
comment How to shoot a Nadir image for a spherical panorama with a rectilinear lens?
Well, that looks like one way. Takes a bit more gear, I'll have to try it to see if it works.
Nov
16
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What free software can batch process HDR images?
Nov
15
comment What would be a cheap and good bracket for a Markins Q-Ball Q20?
Price is high because it is a specialized item. It is simple to cut metal but someone has to make sure the size is exact to very precise tolerances. That brings the cost probably a little up but most of the price is margin for things like this. Stores have it tough because they have to stock so many sizes and variants, many of which will never sell.
Nov
15
answered What would be a cheap and good bracket for a Markins Q-Ball Q20?
Nov
13
comment Why aren't my night shots sharp even when I shot at ISO 100 on a tripod?
As trican suggests, using the self-timer is the most likely to solve your issue. The second is that your tripod may simply not be adequate. Good tripods cost.
Nov
10
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
10
accepted Why do small sensor cameras use proportionally larger mounts?
Nov
10
comment Why do small sensor cameras use proportionally larger mounts?
Those are pretty good guesses. #2 seems most probable, followed by #3. Ergonomics gets unfortunately very little attention from most brands and they seem to like to boast how small things are despite being impractical. That is why most small ILCs do not have a grip.
Nov
9
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
9
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What DSLR and good portrait lenses you can suggest for 2.5k USD?
Nov
8
answered Why are Canon and Nikon the biggest camera manufacturers?
Nov
7
answered How do you avoid a dim portrait with a bright background and no external flash?
Nov
5
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
2
comment Why do small sensor cameras use proportionally larger mounts?
Checked not so much but it looks awfully small to me. The rear elements of the two Nikon 1 lenses I have here (10-30mm and 30-110mm) is there small. On the 30-110mm it measures 1cm diagonally.
Nov
2
comment Why do small sensor cameras use proportionally larger mounts?
Sorry but I do not think this makes much sense because the lenses are designed for the smaller imaging circle, so the only thing they can keep of the system is the size the the mount if they change the sensor size.