Time to be with your loved ones

Time to be with loved ones

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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.


Apr
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awarded  Good Answer
Apr
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answered Are these photos ruined because of ISO?
Apr
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comment How to cover all your needs with just one lens?
While I do photography with DSLRs, I carry an ultra-zoom around jst in case there is an unexpected moment. Even with a DSLR, it happens that I have the wrong lens for what I have in mind.
Apr
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answered How to cover all your needs with just one lens?
Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Mar
31
answered Is there a way to improve continuous drive speed on my EOS-M?
Mar
31
answered Lens hood. Why and when to use it?
Mar
31
comment What are meaningful deciding factors when deciding between Canon 5D mark III vs mark II?
Interesting point, It is possible that improvements in software narrow the gap. I do not know for sure though as it would require going back and re-processing images each time new software is released. My references are - for now - with respect to the software version available at the time the camera was in my hand, which is usually within the year of release.
Mar
31
comment What are meaningful deciding factors when deciding between Canon 5D mark III vs mark II?
@Morpho - Yes. That is what the first paragraph means. 2 stops means that you can better results at ISO 6400 on the Mark III than you get at ISO 1600 on the Mark II and so on.
Mar
30
answered What are meaningful deciding factors when deciding between Canon 5D mark III vs mark II?
Mar
30
comment Nikon P7800: Why is that different apertures result in different shortest shutter speeds?
That sounds about right. Indeed the part about closing the aperture to clear the shutter first is crucial is it always is being exposed for Live-View. Sometimes the end-cycle is done with an electronic shutter.
Mar
30
answered Nikon P7800: Why is that different apertures result in different shortest shutter speeds?
Mar
29
revised What is the downside of a cheap UV filter that is used solely for the protection of the lens?
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Mar
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answered What is the downside of a cheap UV filter that is used solely for the protection of the lens?
Mar
28
comment How was this 360° panoramic photo taken?
While I've done a great number of panoramas before, getting the nadir direction so uniform and seamless seems to be the issue here. At least is was overcast, so that explains why there are no shadows.
Mar
27
answered What will be my aperture with a 2× teleconverter?
Mar
27
comment How was this 360° panoramic photo taken?
That's pretty impressive! Since we do not see the middle of the bridge, the photographer might have been standing on the railings and shoot a vertical panning sequence. It would be courageous to do that but easiest photographically speaking :)
Mar
25
answered Are regular external HDDs durable enough to be taken in a photo bag?
Mar
24
answered Sony Alpha 7 - Tripod and IS Damage?
Mar
22
answered How long should Olympus EP-5 warranty repair take?