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Mar
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awarded  Notable Question
Feb
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comment What are Canon cameras actually doing when performing a low-level format?
SD cards support the "ERASE" command which can be used to clear a large number of blocks quickly: sdcard.org/downloads/pls/simplified_specs/part1_410.pdf — see also superuser.com/questions/568041/…
Jan
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answered Why store both JPEG and raw?
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Jul
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revised Bokeh of the human eye - How does it look like & vary across apertures and individuals?
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Jul
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asked Bokeh of the human eye - How does it look like & vary across apertures and individuals?
Jun
23
revised What is the best way to improve Aperture 3 peformance on an iMac?
+SSD
Jun
7
comment Does Apple Aperture provide features to support a RAW+JPEG workflow?
Aperture supports the concept of "RAW + JPEG pairs"; it looks like just one photo in the user interface so tagging is easy. See, e.g., support.apple.com/kb/PH7892?viewlocale=en_US
May
21
awarded  Popular Question
May
10
comment Canon 430EX vs 580EX vs 600EX-RT
By the way, nowadays there is also 600EX (without RT). See photo-tips-online.com/review/canon-600ex-vs-canon-580ex-ii and photo-tips-online.com/review/canon-speedlite-600ex-rt-vs-600ex
Apr
8
answered Do all types of paper of the same weight have the same thickness?
Mar
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Nov
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comment Calibrating the hardware LUT of the NEC PA271W…can third-party calibrators be used?
When I was doing some reading on the same topic, one source of confusion was that people use the term "Spyder" to refer to two different things: either to refer to the old first-generation device (pre-Spyder2), or to refer to the whole family of products (including Spyder2, Spyder3, etc.). Some remarks of Spyder's poor support of wide-gamut displays seems to be specific to the first-generation device.
Sep
11
comment Why does my DSLR's viewfinder ignore the aperture ring on a legacy lens?
Related, with some enlightening answers: photo.stackexchange.com/questions/4175/…