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bio website gerlos.altervista.org
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I'm just someone curious about Nature, Science and Tech. Love astronomy, photography, FLOSS and freedom.
"It's not who you are underneath - it's what you do that defines you."

Sono un tipo curioso di Natura, Scienza e Tecnologia. Amo l'astronomia, la fotografia, il software libero e la libertà.
"Non è tanto chi sono quanto quello che faccio che mi qualifica..."


Jun
18
comment Is there a GUI application to quickly geotag photos / run exiftool with multiple parameters?
Anyway, if you have a smartphone, the easiest solution is always use an app to record a GPX track when you're out, and then correlating it with your shots, there are really a lot of apps that let you do it effortlessly.
Jun
18
answered Is there a GUI application to quickly geotag photos / run exiftool with multiple parameters?
Jun
18
answered How can I tether a camera programmatically?
Jun
2
comment Can a laser pointer damage the sensor in a digital camera?
Looking at @Alan's answer, it seems that lasers CAN damage camera sensors. Maybe not those small red-dot ones, but I bet that probability for such damage depends also on lens, aperture and ISO, so I won't try.
Jun
2
awarded  Critic
Jun
2
comment Does security scanning a camera with battery inside cause damage to the sensor?
I don't know which scanners are there at 911 Memorial, but I can tell from my experience that usual airports scanners never damaged my cameras, even with batteries installed, even after several passes in a short time. Usually they were switched off in my bag, so I can't tell if they could be damaged if they were on, but I guess not.
May
31
revised When should I turn off image stabilization?
more details about IS and battery usage
May
31
suggested suggested edit on When should I turn off image stabilization?
May
31
comment Which exif tag to use to add filter data?
After some more tinkering I confirm that best practice for me is to add text like "ND8 Filter" to UserComment tag using exiftool or Martin Novak's "Exif Editor" before importing shots to Aperture. This way I can search these shots in Aperture using words like "ND8" or "filter". Aperture don't let me edit this tag, and I'm ok with it: no risk of overwriting it by mistake.
May
31
comment Is it possible to combine compact camera portability with professional SLR quality?
thanks @AJHenderson! It's a great community, I've learnt a lot from it, and I love giving back a little to thanks everyone.
May
31
revised Is it possible to combine compact camera portability with professional SLR quality?
added 7 characters in body
May
30
answered Are there any lenses have smaller apertures than f/32?
May
30
awarded  Editor
May
30
revised How to add EXIF Lens data in Lightroom for unknown lens?
added 63 characters in body
May
30
answered Is it possible to combine compact camera portability with professional SLR quality?
May
30
answered What is an efficient workflow for picking photos from a large set?
May
29
awarded  Teacher
May
29
answered How to add EXIF Lens data in Lightroom for unknown lens?
May
29
comment Which exif tag to use to add filter data?
Thanks, I think I'll use UserComment tag, since it seems to play nice with Aperture, Digikam and other software I use. They can display it, and some of them can edit it. It seems that none of them overwrite it during editing.
May
29
awarded  Scholar