Napioa - Wind Origins

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Apr
26
comment Where can I find the maximum camera weight for my lens?
I agree with this answer, and I also think it will come down to the structural integrity of the camera and the lens as well. You can have the exact same mount holding together a lens and a cardboard box. What will give? It will be the box.
Apr
26
comment What does “Tone” mean?
the eye is a dynamic system in that the iris can change size, but so is a camera. a photo is a single image from that complex system you should compare eyes to cameras not eyes to photos.
Apr
26
comment Where can I find the maximum camera weight for my lens?
@Michael, well you can look at it from the pov of do i mount the lens and support the camera or other way round, but in reality it is the torque load put on the mount from both sides. its not a static system it needs to hold up under the stresses of being lifted and moved around as well. its not just a question about supporting weight, its about total load on the mount.
Apr
25
comment Where can I find the maximum camera weight for my lens?
I would say this question is related and has an answer which I believe is highly relevant.
Apr
25
comment Where can I find the maximum camera weight for my lens?
Weights on both ends of the mount would be additive.
Apr
20
comment Why does my 6D create greenish images with a high temperature white balance setting?
fyi, higher temperature (K values) tend towards green while lower values tend towards red. This is opposite to what you would think when referring to "warm" and "cool" colors.
Mar
24
revised Polarizing filter: question regarding quality
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Mar
24
asked Polarizing filter: question regarding quality
Mar
10
comment Is it ethical to pay prostitutes to pose for erotic photographs?
What does a moral model photographer say when he "makes her pose", either nude or not?
Mar
8
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Feb
11
comment How do you achieve this look and what style is it called?
Maybe you are looking for "high-key lighting", although this photo isn't quite there.
Feb
10
comment Taken a picture of my monitor while spinning in circles - why is it distorted?
Incidentally, it managed to capture exactly one full screenful of scans, no more no less. So your shutter speed was probably 1/60 and monitor refresh rate 60Hz, though not guaranteed those are both fairly common values.
Jan
12
revised What is the difference between “color” and “tones”?
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Jan
12
answered What is the difference between “color” and “tones”?
Jan
7
comment Between Nikon 18-55mm II and 50mm f/1.8, which suits my needs better?
"bright" doesn't seem like an informative adjective to use when describing a lens to "an absolute beginner".
Dec
30
answered How to create time-lapse video with unevenly spaced photos?
Dec
21
comment Why does computer screen size affect image quality?
@Detlev, so you're saying the 10cm image needs to be "upscaled" while the 30cm image somehow just has extra information dug out of its native format? I don't buy that explanation.
Dec
21
comment Do circular polarizer gels for creating left and right handed polarized light exist?
I strongly believe this question deserves a good answer. @dpollitt, the top answer for the question you linked to states, "...there are no cases when you would want a linear polarizer instead of a circular one."
Dec
21
answered Since I can buy a remote shutter release for my Fujifilm Finepix, why can't I also tether?
Dec
21
comment Why is the phone reflected in a photo it took?
Are you sure that's an iPhone 5s? Look at the size of it in relation to the finger. Looks like a tablet to me.