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by Bart Arondson

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bio website radeldudel.de
location Flensburg, Germany
age 45
visits member for 4 years, 4 months
seen Nov 11 at 8:09
Always in search for better answers.

Nov
11
comment Ming Thein's Ultraprint: the megapixel race reloaded?
Ah well, I don't see whats new about 'the ultraprint'. The folks at luminous landscape said for years that having 720ppi resolution will have a visual advantage to 360ppi, but only if you have the image data for this.
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Nov
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comment Does the camera white balance setting affect the raw image at all?
As I said "I've heard", not "I know". I'm not sure myself how WB does affect exposure, but I can imagine it making a difference since I don't know for sure how color information is affecting exposure.
Oct
8
comment What is this “rainbow” effect?
Just take two pictures, one with UV filter and one without, and you'll know if the flare is caused by the filter or the lens.
Oct
5
accepted Lightroom: Create virtual copy of image when dragging on collection
Oct
5
comment Analysis of a macro shot with very fast shutter speed
Meysam, because if he would have exposed longer the image would be way too bright (since I guess f-stop and ISO was chosen deliberate and should stay that way).
Oct
5
answered Analysis of a macro shot with very fast shutter speed
Oct
5
asked Lightroom: Create virtual copy of image when dragging on collection
Sep
25
accepted In LR smart-collections, what is the difference between 'contains', 'contains all' and 'contains the words'?
Sep
25
comment In LR smart-collections, what is the difference between 'contains', 'contains all' and 'contains the words'?
I consistently use commas for separating keywords, but the "contains all words" seems to use spaces to separate them. Meaning: Filtering for "bridge london" does find "london bridge" even though it's a different keyword.
Sep
25
comment In LR smart-collections, what is the difference between 'contains', 'contains all' and 'contains the words'?
Additional though: it seems LR uses spaces to seperate several keywords in the filter, so it is quite difficult to search for keywords which contain spaces?