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comment In Lightroom how do I determine what collections an image is in?
You should put comments under the question using "add comment" link.
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comment How to photograph a lightbulb?
The lightbulb is very bright, as you know. Your sub-office lighting really is quite dark compared to that bulb. In order to make the photo more interesting you should first decide what it is that you are trying to capture. Try to see your photo in your mind's eye before taking the first shot.
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comment How to photograph a lightbulb?
Are you trying this in the dark? Take the shots in normal indoors lighting or even in stronger light than that to reduce the extremely wide range.
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comment What qualities are important in a camera for studio portraiture?
Perhaps it needs a more descriptive question title? Like "What are the things needed for a portrait studio at a student budget?" or something?
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comment Reducing ambient color while preserving sharpness with a flash in concert photos
Please make a new jpeg from your chosen original RAW file. Use a WB pick-up tool on a surface that should be white or neutral grey. Do not do any further color tuning or any automatic fix features. This is about the colors and tones in your photographs, not a critique session, so don't be too hesitant to post the worst ;)