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comment Is there any Flickr/Picasa Web service to store and share RAW files?
Good catch! The new pricing is substantially lower. It is now $0.125/GB/month for storage. Uploading is now free. Downloading is now $0.12/GB.
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answered Why aren't my night shots sharp even when I shot at ISO 100 on a tripod?
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awarded  Nice Question
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answered How to get focused pictures for action shots?
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted How was this dramatic lighting of an NBA game achieved?
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comment How was this dramatic lighting of an NBA game achieved?
@rfusca - thanks, I see your point about the burst being so short it would likely not be a problem. Would this single strobe need to be more powerful than the other arena strobes or is the fact that it is the only one going off at that time enough to create the effect?
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asked How was this dramatic lighting of an NBA game achieved?
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revised Is there any Flickr/Picasa Web service to store and share RAW files?
fixed the upload charge ($0.51 not $0.50/GB)
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answered Is there any Flickr/Picasa Web service to store and share RAW files?
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answered CR123A rechargeable batteries and charger recommendations?
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answered How do I reduce glare on subjects during night flash photography?
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answered If I took a photo of a celebrity do I need their permission to share the photo on my blog?
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comment Beginner lens decision
Agreed. If you are truly just starting out then you have no idea what focal length will suit your individual needs. Over the course of the years I find I lean significantly to the longer side; the buddy I go out shooting with leans more to the wide end. It's interesting seeing our different takes on the same vistas. Get the 18-105 and find out what length suits you most often. Then you can upgrade to primes in that range of focal length.
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answered What should I do to avoid switching lenses?