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May
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comment Which lenses are best for macro and for birdwatching (both Canon and Nikon)?
I would say the push-pull design for zooming is not unique. I own a (quite old) tamron 70-200 f/3.8-4 and it works exactly like you said. Just trivia :-)
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answered Which lenses are best for macro and for birdwatching (both Canon and Nikon)?
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comment Why would I want to select an autofocus point?
I experienced this yesterday night, taking photos of the moon.
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comment Why would I want to select an autofocus point?
exactly what I was thinking
May
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comment What makes “fine art” fine art?
@fmark - well, that's... uh. I thought about it. Common sense says you're right, but "inanimate" could be seen as "not alive" or "not moving willingly". like, leaves are inanimate objects, they can be blown by the wind and still be considered inanimate, see my point? maybe it can't be called still life... Flowers and fruits, instead, strictly speaking are alive, but they make for some great still life. Maybe "fireworks photography" is a dignified form of art in itself ;-)
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comment How can I make interesting photographs of interesting things found on the streets?
IMHO this is a good question, as in some way it's not really asking for general critique. it can be seen as asking suggestions to get a good shot of a specific thing (a bit like showing a photo of a person with, say, blue eyes, black hair and a big nose, to get advice on good techniques for a portrait of someone having such characters). it's easy to make this more accurate so everyone will be happy with it, and it is good that many have suggested this.
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comment Why does a bigger sensor lead to a shallower depth of field?
@mattdm - thanks, it's good to hear some confirmation. I was a bit afraid of messing everything up in such an involuted analysis.
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comment Why does a bigger sensor lead to a shallower depth of field?
@coneslayer - see the update in my answer. Thanks for your interesting comment which prompted me to think more about this stuff.
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