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bio website theonion.com/content/index
location Portland, OR
age 45
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seen Jan 24 '12 at 19:26
.NET developer / Team Lead Developing Enterprise Integration apps for BigCo
 
interested in functional techniques & Haskell.

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comment Why f/22 is the highest possible setting for the aperture diaphragm?
I have a view camera lens that stops down to f 128. Most view camera lenses go to f64
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answered Where can I find an intensive course in documentary photography?
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answered How do current home photo printers compare to prints from a studio?
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answered What would be a good wide angle lens to rent for Nikon?
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comment What's the best number of shots to combine to produce an HDR photo?
how are you accomplishing the fusion? are u using the photomatix 'fusion' options?
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comment What is the photopic luminous efficiency function?
+1 excellent answer
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comment Are there disadvantages to a prosumer camera for a beginner, aside from cost?
A DSLR is neither big or heavy. It's medium-small in both. You could take it almost anywhere. compare this to a large format camera. Now that's something that's both big and heavy. But I used my Sinar X in the field for years.