Lunch atop a (Springfield) skyscraper

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Jan
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comment How to enable Adobe Camera Raw in Photoshop
@Gmck Camera Raw, despite the name, can operate on JPEGs.
Dec
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Nov
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Sep
24
comment How can I take a picture of code like this
@Itai My Tamron 70-300 had to be switched into macro range (and the lens had to be set to the longer end of the range to do so).
Aug
17
comment What is the relationship between focal length and minimum focus distance?
The manufacturer's web site will usually list the specifications for their lenses, including minimum focus distance.
Aug
12
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
28
reviewed Approve post-processing tag wiki
Jul
28
reviewed Approve printing tag wiki
Jul
27
answered How do I accurately and objectively capture the color of the setting sun?
Jul
13
comment Astrophotography, image stabilization on or off?
I'm not sure that really answers the question, as such advice surely refers to a fixed tripod, not one mechanically connected to a tracking motor that could induce vibration. (I also find such advice to be an oversimplification in general. I've been in situations where high winds made stabilization helpful even on a fixed tripod.)
May
22
awarded  Notable Question
May
15
comment What are the differences between D-76 and Xtol?
I used Xtol regularly, and the only film that didn't give me enough grain to focus on was Agfapan APX 25, which has been long discontinued. I don't think you'll have any problem with 400-speed film.
May
15
answered Why is it called “macrofocus” and not “microfocus”?
May
12
revised Photographing a waterfall but also have a person in foreground
Guess as to the meaning of "in gron"
May
11
revised How does a camera artificially decrease DoF of a shot from a single position?
Adding DoF would mean more of the scene is sharp. A blurred background = decreased DoF
Apr
29
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Apr
21
answered Does the cloud version of Lightroom require an internet connection?
Mar
25
comment Why change to open-aperture metering when this causes the need to stop-down for old lenses
I'll add that in the Pentax system, the mechanism needed for old lenses to meter wide open is called an "aperture simulator," and Pentax/Ricoh have never put one in any model of DSLR.
Mar
17
comment How can I reduce noise at ISO 100 in photos taken in the twilight?
Upvoted for the Steel City, the most photogenic of skylines.