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bio website jonathanchua.com
location Perth, Australia
age 23
visits member for 4 years, 2 months
seen Nov 9 at 2:13

A recent UWA Computer Science graduate, now happily working as a software developer in a custom business solutions software firm in Perth.


Nov
3
comment How can I use a reflector for wider group shots?
If you don't want to do what @CountIblis suggested I would say that it's simply not possible. You may want to consider getting some speedlite instead.
Jul
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awarded  Curious
May
26
asked How to reverse command dial for Fujifilm X100s?
May
23
comment How do I know if I'm ready to turn professional?
When you know that you're ready to run a business.
Apr
23
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Feb
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Dec
15
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Aug
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Oct
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Aug
20
comment Does specialty film scanner software provide any real benefits over bundled applications?
You talked about the number of steps required to get the scanning job done. But other than that are there any benefits specialty softwares have over bundled ones? (from output quality, time required etc.) I've just started shooting film and am still new to developing and scanning so I wouldn't be the best person to judge the stuff I got now (after all it may be something that I got wrong as opposed to a problem with the scanner or software)
Aug
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Aug
15
asked Does specialty film scanner software provide any real benefits over bundled applications?
Jan
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May
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May
1
answered Which is better: Silver or Color Efex Pro from Nik Software?
Apr
18
comment What retro design, compact-sized digital cameras are there?
Actually the Canon AE-1 Program is 30 years old. :) The M8 is still out of budget, but the Epson does look interesting. It even has the shutter cocking thing, the problem lies with actually finding a decent one.