Sunset in Kruger

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Apr
24
comment What to call this photo effect?
The only similarity between the two shots is the haircut of the subject.
Apr
23
revised Is there a more affordable program than Lightroom?
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Apr
23
answered Is there a more affordable program than Lightroom?
Apr
19
comment How do I correctly enlarge thermographic images for web use?
Combining the low resolution thermo with high resolution visible light photos will enable you to create decent looking images with a high resolution; that's why the cameras take both. I just can't tell you how you do it, but you should be able to find out online.
Mar
23
answered How can I use tethering software together with a wireless trigger for my Nikon D5100?
Mar
12
comment What method is best to take backups of your digital photos?
Another general rule is also: The more copies you maintain, the more work you have. Then there is a rule: If you already have many copies, another one won't buy you much. The quintessence is that you have to find a balance between offered safety and workload, and the described plan does a good job at that.
Mar
9
comment What kind of lens is typically used for these type of night street shots?
I'm also wondering whether (and if, how) flash was used.
Feb
20
comment How can I get non-blurry photos of a wriggly baby with a point-and-shoot camera?
A flash is an alternative to a fast shutter speed – both achieving the same result of a brief exposure.
Feb
1
comment I've 'lost' a photo. I know I have it but I don't know where — how can I find it?
Does the facebook image still have the original meta data?
Oct
16
comment Is it possible to share albums privately on Flickr?
If all your pictures are public, then everyone can see all photos. You could create a new account for every album, that way it will be difficult to find the other pictures.
Oct
4
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Oct
4
answered Free program for editing pictures
Sep
4
comment Are Nikon DSLR sensors actually better than Canon's?
Then maybe one should try to process both raws with the same external noise reduction. Because maybe the difference we see on the current pictures is caused by a more aggressive reduction inside the Canon camera. If one applies enough external processing, the effect of the on chip reduction should be overplayed (unless they result in a truely better final result).
Sep
4
comment Are Nikon DSLR sensors actually better than Canon's?
The linked website should have compared the raw output instead of the JPEGs produced by the cameras. This way the internal noise reduction (which is somehow independent of sensor quality) is factored in.
May
20
comment How can I improve this picture of my friend on vacation?
Of course, it's best if you manage to shoot a pleasing photograph that both includes a person and the scenery. It's difficult, but that's what I'm always trying to do when on travel with my family.
Apr
11
comment What's a good Nikon lens (DX) for a serious hobbyist landscape photographer?
Or the Sigma 8mm-16mm.
Apr
11
comment How to get clarity picture from existing picture?
Some software might also work out a model for the content of the image (like a face). But I have no idea if this actually exists.
Dec
18
comment Is this xray fogging on my film? Or something else entirely? (with examples)
If it's from X-ray, I suppose the stripes should be spaced half the circumference of the rolled film strip apart. This is because the parts of the film that are parallel to the rays should get a higher dose. The amplitude of this depends on the overall orientation of the roll. If the axis is parallel to the ray, there should be no wave pattern. If the axis is perpendicular to the rays, there will be the maximal wave pattern. All this holds for the scanner using only one direction of X-rays, which I can't confirm.
Jun
23
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Jun
23
comment ISO when shooting at night
The fact that it's night adds nothing to the noise. High ISO at daylight will give the same noise. Low light is merely a reason for selecting high ISO setting.