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reviewed Approve Since it's not “focal length”, what is the term for the distance at which things are in focus?
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reviewed Approve Should I return my new wide-gamut monitor or buy an expensive calibrator?
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comment How do I keep track of many, many clients in a single shoot (like a school portrait day)?
I've seen that system on board a cruise and asked how it worked. According to the photographer I was chatting with the camera is running in tethered shooting mode, and the software is pulling the image off the camera, attaching the room number in a header and shoving a thumbnail across the ship's wifi with that data. It also stores it on the phone if they're away from the ship's wifi. Then when they dump the memory card, they have software that matches the thumbnails with the data to the full sized images.
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Sep
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revised How do you use a gray card…in the dark room?
clarify which card to use
Sep
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comment How do you use a gray card…in the dark room?
@DigitalLightcraft I've seen those warm/cool cards before. They are basically for intentionally lying about the white balance to get a desired effect. Want your video to look warm? use a card that over-represents blue so the camera will will think the light is cooler than it actually is and will over-correct it the other way attempting to achieve neutral.
Sep
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answered How do you use a gray card…in the dark room?
Sep
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comment Method to balance very minor exposure changes over time?
I've added a clarification to the question that I'm looking to solve this in POST... but please leave this answer as is, since it wonderfully answers the root issues.
Sep
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comment Method to balance very minor exposure changes over time?
This is an excellent answer to how to prevent the issue at shoot time. The sad thing is that I learned this 20 years ago in college with AC powered constant (aka "hot") lights, but had completely forgotten about it! Interestingly the light here was DC driven LED... so I guess they aren't immune to this issues.
Sep
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comment Method to balance very minor exposure changes over time?
@Itai the images were all taken at 1/25s @ f8 iso 400, with controlled lighting in an isolated environment. So yes, it has to be the light flickering. I've added a clarification to the question that I'm looking for a solution in post.
Sep
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comment Method to balance very minor exposure changes over time?
@MikeW, no... bramping isn't the solution here. I wish it was as I already own the gear to do that and understand it pretty well. :)
Sep
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revised Method to balance very minor exposure changes over time?
clearly I wasn't clear.
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asked Method to balance very minor exposure changes over time?
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