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Architect, developer, and software pundit.

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Apr
16
comment Can a bridge camera produce similar photos to a DSLR for sports?
You can see some additional discussion of this (with example images) here: photo.stackexchange.com/questions/9980/…
Apr
16
comment Can a bridge camera produce similar photos to a DSLR for sports?
FWIW, I had a Panasonic FZ-28 a few years ago, and I was able to produce some DoF separation if I positioned subjects with a lot of distance between them and the background. The technique works just like a DSLR, but it's nowhere near as pronounced.
Apr
11
answered Can a bridge camera produce similar photos to a DSLR for sports?
Apr
11
comment Is this a good example of “Rule of Thirds”?
Well, I found the subject, so it worked. ;-)
Apr
11
revised Is this a good example of “Rule of Thirds”?
Added tag.
Apr
11
answered Is this a good example of “Rule of Thirds”?
Apr
11
comment increase resolution by taking several pictures - is it done?
Interested to see if there's a "good" answer here. It seems like you'd need at least three images; otherwise, you'd be equally likely to optimize the errors, wouldn't you?
Apr
2
comment Why can't I get a sharp macro image when shooting handheld, even with IS?
Use a tripod. That remains the root of your problem.
Apr
1
comment Camera body vs lenses - which is more important technically?
Couldn't agree more -- they're a system.
Apr
1
awarded  Enlightened
Apr
1
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
31
answered If raising the center column makes tripods unstable, why can they be raised so high?
Mar
21
comment Minimizing harsh shadows when photographing big things?
I've had some success with HDR, but better light is infinitely preferable.
Mar
7
accepted Same mfg process = same performance in FF vs. cropped sensor?
Mar
6
comment Same mfg process = same performance in FF vs. cropped sensor?
I'm particularly interested in same size & makeup of pixels, so there would necessarily be fewer of them in a cropped-sensor.
Mar
6
asked Same mfg process = same performance in FF vs. cropped sensor?
Mar
6
answered Increase photo resolution by taking a high-res photo of the photo?
Mar
6
answered What is the part of the tripod head which attaches to the quick-release plate called, so I can find replacements/alternatives?
Mar
5
comment How can I capture the true colors of my reef aquarium?
It's unclear whether the main problem here is lack of true colors or lack of vivid colors. These problems could stem from different causes. Do you have an example?
Feb
26
awarded  Custodian