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Film and TV VIP. Seeker of the peace. Part-time chandelier cleaner. A legend in his own time. Oppressor of champions. Soldier of fortune. World traveler. Bon vivant. All around good guy. International lover. Casual hero. Wandering Minstrel. Defender of Reason. Philosopher. Wars fought, bears wrestled, radioactive pigs slaughtered, equations solved, revolutions quelled, tigers castrated, governments run, test-rockets flown.


Aug
19
comment How can I see the Merge HDR result in Lightroom CC?
Good. We agree then.
Aug
19
comment How can I see the Merge HDR result in Lightroom CC?
When I use the Merge HDR option, the result appears at the end of the grid view, rather than next to the merged photos. Could be the way I have them sorted, I don't know. But might solve OP's problem.
Jul
28
awarded  Necromancer
Jul
20
comment 50mm and 100mm macro lenses difference at the minimum focus distance?
A 15cm working distance for a 100mm macro lens is about standard. 50mm is usually about 10cm.
Jul
8
comment adding nameplates or property tags to gear
I'm struggling to see how a label that is easily removable enough to allow you to sell the item it's attached to someday would act as a theft deterrent...
Jul
8
comment Why are my Sony DSC H300's images good on the camera, but poor on the computer?
What do you mean by 'picture quality'? It is blurred, grainy, what?
Jul
7
comment What can I do to protect a bulbous lens when no lens cap is available?
If you can't find that some that quite fits, you could glue some foam rubber inside to make it snug.
Jul
7
answered What can I do to protect a bulbous lens when no lens cap is available?
Jul
1
comment What are the most essential modifiers for shaping light?
Some example photos would be good. It may well be you are seeing examples of light painting: a long exposure in a dark room, with the object being lit with a flashlight in specific areas.
Jun
10
comment Why does my Sony Alpha 77 II sometimes change to a lower resolution on its own?
And as the TC function is controlled by a single button, which is itself right next to the Fn button, it's probably quite easy to press it inadvertently.
Jun
10
comment Why does my Sony Alpha 77 II sometimes change to a lower resolution on its own?
absolutely. But it may be an option. I'm just trying to narrow down possibilities.
Jun
10
comment Why does my Sony Alpha 77 II sometimes change to a lower resolution on its own?
Do the lower resolution pictures have anything in common? Were they all taken in a scene mode, or perhaps all taken in continuous shooting mode? I wonder if the camera lowers the resolution to optimise write speed in burst mode.
May
28
awarded  Excavator
May
28
awarded  Announcer
May
28
revised What is “ISO” on a digital camera?
added 2 characters in body
May
12
awarded  Announcer
May
12
comment Anyone know how to save a Photoshop file, naming it from metadata or exifdata?
You'd probably need to script it.
May
11
answered Any PC or web applications similar to PhotoPills?
May
11
comment Benefit of having a point and shoot on the hot shoe of a DSLR
They are almost certainly using it to take video.
Apr
24
awarded  Notable Question