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bio website jaylance.com
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One of a very small handful of actual working, professional photographers on photo-SE.


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reviewed Reject suggested edit on neutral-density-filter tag wiki excerpt
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comment What can be unusual POVs/angles for capturing the speaker and/or the crowds?
@Anisha: Sure you did, but that doesn't mean you're not going to get teased about it. ;-)
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comment What can be unusual POVs/angles for capturing the speaker and/or the crowds?
Francesco: Careful now, @Anisha really likes her Rule of Thirds! ;-)
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on What can be unusual POVs/angles for capturing the speaker and/or the crowds?
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revised Why do filter sizes vary for lenses of the same focal length?
Filter threads DON'T have different sizes *Filters* have different sized. Corrected the question to be valid...
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is noise in a digital photograph?
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comment Why do filter sizes vary for lenses of the same focal length?
Filter thread sizes do not vary. Filter diameters vary.
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comment An inexpensive way to make DIY gels?
Or you could just buy a few up-front (a hint, CTO, CTB, blue and red are the only colors you're going to use more than 75% of the time... There are colors in a '55 pack' that you will never use... On the other hand, you could invest $25 on full sheets with just these 4 colors only adding additional colors if you need to as things come up and you may never spend another dime on gels in your lifetime. That's a real value.
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comment An inexpensive way to make DIY gels?
As if that isn't enough, with a 20x24 sheet you get the versatility of choice. You want to gel a bare lightbulb, studio strobe, or other 'unusual' lighting instrument for a certain effect you want to play around with? Good luck doing that with a 2x3 gel remnant out of a 'pack,' but with your own sheet you can cut a 6x6 piece and you're good to go. Store that piece you cut when you're done with the shoot and that gel swatch you cut will last for years. Seriously, you could invest $100 in full-sheet gels and then never buy another gel in your lifetime.