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Mar
17
accepted What Software Exists to Perform Exposure-Fusion?
Mar
17
asked How to light macro subjects with an off-camera solution?
Mar
17
answered Why do cell phones have the camera in a corner and not in the middle?
Mar
17
comment How can I track print competition scores in Lightroom via Metadata?
Can you explain what the difficulty is other than putting a metatag depending on the score (Score1, Score2, etc) or using Stars?
Mar
16
awarded  Enlightened
Mar
16
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
16
comment How Much Can Lens Magnification Be Improved Without Significantly Lowering Image Quality?
Thanks for all the updates. It makes a lot of sense but I may be confused. Are you saying that the magnification can be increased by extension tubes without losing much quality until the focus distance is no longer outside the lens?
Mar
16
answered What are the pros and cons of an articulated display?
Mar
16
answered Does size reduction in a fine quality JPEG photograph introduce noise?
Mar
15
answered What properties should I consider when purchasing a non professional camera for taking pictures of family
Mar
15
answered How to reset Lightroom's library?
Mar
15
comment How Much Can Lens Magnification Be Improved Without Significantly Lowering Image Quality?
That's an interesting way to look at it. So what would the focus distance be with the 35mm extension, half? Is there a point when with enough extension, focusing is physically impossible because it would be inside the lens?
Mar
15
comment How Much Can Lens Magnification Be Improved Without Significantly Lowering Image Quality?
Quite a detailed explanation! Based on @Irme's answer, I suspect you are assuming a perfect lens, meaning the resolution is not limited by anything other than diffraction. Is this the case?
Mar
14
asked How Much Can Lens Magnification Be Improved Without Significantly Lowering Image Quality?
Mar
14
comment When should I turn on the rangefinder of the D3100?
I know it is called rangefinder. Unfortunately, the one on the Nikon D3100 is NOT a rangefinder and those answers do not apply at all to your questions. A rangefinder as in the question you point out is an entirely different type of viewfinder. The confusion is Nikon's fault, not your own.
Mar
14
comment How to chose a compact or mirrorless camera?
I recommend you save some more and come back when you have a realistic budget. Remember, Good things are not cheap and cheap things are not good :)
Mar
14
comment Is it possible for Lightroom to automatically add keywords on import?
Yeah. The answer does not changed except that I am no longer puzzled :)
Mar
14
comment When should I turn on the rangefinder of the D3100?
There you go, I voted you back up :) I do not see why anyone would vote this down other than the 'rangefinder' tag is probably not appropriate here.
Mar
14
comment When should I turn on the rangefinder of the D3100?
Sadly, Nikon choose a poor name for this feature. @Ward's answer is correct though. The range finder is for helping to focus manually. Actually, it is tedious to turn on and off, so I left it on all the time and did not see any ill side-effects.
Mar
13
answered Is it possible for Lightroom to automatically add keywords on import?