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by Bart Arondson

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bio website goocto.com
location Calgary
age 48
visits member for 1 year, 8 months
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Been programming applications since 80s and websites since 90s.

Photography, electronics, and RC hobbyist.

Additional interests in robotics, graphic design.

All around experimenter.

Formal training in linguistics.


Aug
29
comment Linux software for stacking and RAW processing
i didn't know about enfuse. i'll have to try that.
Aug
18
awarded  Favorite Question
Jul
24
answered What are these strange lines on images from my Fujifilm FinePix F850EXR?
Jul
24
revised Why use higher ISO when using a tripod and the object is static?
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Jul
24
answered Why use higher ISO when using a tripod and the object is static?
Jul
24
comment Why use higher ISO when using a tripod and the object is static?
like ufos maybe?
Jul
8
awarded  Nice Answer
May
8
awarded  Good Question
Apr
11
comment How to get high contrast texture?
In Photoshop: copy the layer to a new one above, apply a high pass filter, and then select "Overlay" from the blends rollout, adjust "opacity" of that layer as desired.
Mar
11
revised What is lomography?
added 343 characters in body
Mar
8
awarded  Yearling
Mar
3
awarded  Famous Question
Feb
28
answered Is the formula for object image size given focal length, etc. independent of sensor size?
Feb
28
comment Why do my tiff files balloon in size when saved with 1 adjustment layer?
TIFF is really just a data wrapper and whats inside can be of many different formats. Its really hard to tell what is being saved exactly, or for that matter to control what is inside it. Photoshop may reuse the curve data when its reloaded, but other apps might not. If your intention is for it to go to another app, you might just want to collapse the curve data by rerasterizing the image first. What app is your intended target and does it even understand the additional curve info as Photoshop saves it?
Feb
25
revised How is depth-of-field affected on micro format cameras?
added 57 characters in body
Feb
25
answered How is depth-of-field affected on micro format cameras?
Feb
25
revised How is depth-of-field affected on micro format cameras?
clarification of what I am trying to understand.
Feb
25
revised How is depth-of-field affected on micro format cameras?
added 6 characters in body
Feb
25
asked How is depth-of-field affected on micro format cameras?
Feb
24
comment What sort of damage in a camera can cause these photos?
I don't think youve ruled out the CF card. Whats showing on the camera lcd likely comes from whats stored on the card. I know if I dont have a card in I can't take a picture at all. That tells me theres no buffering in the camera.