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Jan
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comment How to achieve a vignette effect without post processing?
It happened to me. I used the wrong lens hood, one mean for a longer focal length. Alternately, just buy a step-down ring.
Dec
31
comment What is AF-L needed for?
@Holmes.Sherlock - That is exactly what I said so I'm not sure what your question is? For cases where DoF is large, you can find something to recompose with which falls within the desired DoF.
Dec
31
revised What do the mm numbers on lenses mean?
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Dec
30
answered What is AF-L needed for?
Dec
30
comment What is the gamut and backlight for a MacBook pro retina display?
Well, seems like Unknown is what you have, given you do not know. The calibration is unlikely to be less accurate, just take longer to account for more possibilities.
Dec
30
answered Why do camera manufacturers advertise image processors but not the sensor itself?
Dec
30
answered What do the mm numbers on lenses mean?
Dec
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reviewed Approve What do the mm numbers on lenses mean?
Dec
30
revised How can I fix a faulty flash on a Minolta Dimage 7i?
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Dec
30
answered How can I fix a faulty flash on a Minolta Dimage 7i?
Dec
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answered How do the Canon 5DS R and 5D Mark III compare in dynamic range?
Dec
28
comment Do Raw camera images store colors logarithmically, with black near 0 and white at infinity?
@whatsisname - RAW data has to be interpolated to be turned into an image, it does not represent an image until the missing color components are computed and, unlike compression, there is no one way to get an image out of it. That's why we need a RAW converter and the OS previews these files with an embedded JPEG thumbnail.
Dec
28
answered Are there still two classes of Canon IXUS/Powershot/IXY/ELPH around?
Dec
28
comment Do Raw camera images store colors logarithmically, with black near 0 and white at infinity?
Your question makes no sense, RAW files are not images. One can create an image from a RAW file but in itself, it's not an image, it does not store colors but intensities for a specific color-component.
Dec
26
answered Why do we actually need to adjust white balance?
Dec
24
comment Photographer's price seems high — can we pay for a proof and print it ourselves?
Seems adequate. Remember, good prints are expensive, particularly larger ones. Plus, when a photographer does a job, he has to cover costs for everything involved, including time spent going to the location.
Dec
24
reviewed No Action Needed Nikon D5300: How to switch default dial behavior (aperture vs shutter)
Dec
24
reviewed No Action Needed Blurry Pictures with Nikon D3100 18-55mm lens
Dec
24
comment Blurry Pictures with Nikon D3100 18-55mm lens
@SamanthaK.- The 18-55mm has a F/3.5-5.6 aperture, so when you zoom in, the maximum aperture is F/5.6 which is very dim. Instead a DX 17-55mm F/2.8G lets 4X more light in. There are even brighter lenses but they are mostly primes (no zoom) so you have to move yourself around to frame which may or not be possible in this type of event. If you more often use the wide end, then the Sigma A 18-35mm F/1.8 DC lets a further 2X more light in.
Dec
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answered Blurry Pictures with Nikon D3100 18-55mm lens