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I'm a software developer and photography enthusiast.

I've developed Giraffe Upload ( http://www.giraffeupload.com ) a photo backup system and my photography blog is at http://UsefulPhotoTips.com


Sep
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revised When should I consider an image sharp?
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Sep
21
comment When should I consider an image sharp?
@mattdm - the question was about checking for degraded sharpness relative to when the equipment was new - this is a valid concern since things can get knocked out of calibration, I answered with some easy (except for the ruler, that I now deleted) tests the asker can run to see if the equipment really is damaged or if it's only fear and uncertainty, I really don't think I did anything bad (it's better then telling him "everything is fine, you are crazy"). I don't want to add to the "fear and uncertainty", I'll add a disclaimer at the top saying the equipment is probably fine
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revised When should I consider an image sharp?
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Sep
21
answered How to show happiness in a playground without any human presence?
Sep
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revised When should I consider an image sharp?
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Sep
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comment When should I consider an image sharp?
@mattdm - this is not a question about compering cameras, it's about quality degradation in the same camera - and sharpness is easiest to see in 100%, I agree about the 45deg ruler being hard to get right, I'll update the answer
Sep
21
answered When should I consider an image sharp?
Sep
16
revised I've dropped my 6d from about 4 feet up. how do I verify I didn't mess up something?
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Sep
15
comment Is there a way to delay shutter release when using a remote shutter, possibly with the aid of Magic Lantern?
The 550D has in-camera options for 2 seconds and 10 seconds delays, when you use a wired remote the camera will used those settings. I don't know about the IR remote or Magic Lantern
Sep
15
answered Composing great profile/cover images for social media
Sep
15
answered What's the best way to use a flash and colour gel as a back light?
Sep
15
comment Does focus breathing make a lens slower when close focusing?
Rule of thumb: when in macro mode everything behaves differently
Sep
15
answered What are the pros and cons of constant-aperture zoom lenses, for a relative beginner?
Sep
15
answered I've dropped my 6d from about 4 feet up. how do I verify I didn't mess up something?
Sep
8
reviewed Close What can I do with a Nikon D40?
Sep
8
reviewed Close Why does Picasa open RAW images correctly then desaturate them?
Sep
8
reviewed Leave Open Color film comparison: How does Fujifilm Superia compare to Kodak Portra?
Sep
8
reviewed Close how to use a circular polarizing filter
Sep
8
reviewed No Action Needed Can the Cannon EOS Rebel T3i function as a USB drive?
Sep
7
comment Is in-camera HDR and panorama better than post?
@feetwet - the current generation of inertia-sensor-based stitching is pretty mediocre (at least based on everything I downloaded to my phone) while the current generation of content-based stitching is amazingly good - I don't see any reason to care about the missing inertia data for at least a few years.