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revised Why does the colour change after opening a raw file to edit in Photoshop CS6?
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comment What is the best way to remove texture from a scanned textured photo paper? details
Please do not open a whole new question just to seek clarification on one of the answers to your other question. You should be able to comment on answers to your own question even as a new user I believe - if not it won't be hard to get the required reputation.
Jun
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answered How to focus manually with a Nikkor AF-S DX VR 50-200mm f/4-5.6G zoom lens?
Jun
19
revised If I paid for photography am I entitled to raw images?
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Jun
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revised Is it possible to take a long exposure photograph during daytime?
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Jun
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comment Question about legal usage of stock and photos with attribution
As far as I'm concerned this is the most appropriate answer here. Let's not try to muddy the issue more than necessary, the answer is just a simple, flat out no.
Jun
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revised If I paid for photography am I entitled to raw images?
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Jun
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answered If I paid for photography am I entitled to raw images?
Jun
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comment Where can I get free RAW files online for practicing with Lightroom?
Search for reviews of DSLRs as many reviews that show image samples will also link to original files direct from camera, which may include RAW files. IMO this is better than manufacturer-provided ones which are usually specifically chosen to show the camera in its best light. This is the best way to get RAW images from a camera that you don't own yet, if for example you want to evaluate its images prior to purchase. Obviously if you do own the camera you can take your own RAW images.
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answered What is the best way to secure tripod overnight?
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Apr
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revised How does exposure compensation affect auto aperture settings in a point and shoot camera?
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Apr
11
comment What happens if I take too many shots on a film?
I'm assuming that the camera isn't broken in any way and the film actually was winding properly - if the film advancing mechanism of the camera is broken or it wasn't looped into the take-up spool properly, all bets are off. That said, I've often felt that a film seemed "too easy" or "too quick" to wind back only to find that it worked fine. So if you don't mind the expense of processing it either way, it's worth a try.
Apr
11
comment What happens if I take too many shots on a film?
A broken reel should not mean you can't develop the photos, especially given you successfully wound it back into the canister. Worst case scenario is that only the last frame has damaged sprockets (and multiple exposures), which shouldn't affect your ability to develop it.
Apr
11
comment What happens if I take too many shots on a film?
Worth mentioning that a film canister labelled as for "24" exposures usually contains enough film for at least 28 exposures, if you're very stingy with how much wind-on you do at the start. That said, it would almost certainly not fit a whole 36 exposures onto it in normal circumstances.
Apr
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revised How does exposure compensation affect auto aperture settings in a point and shoot camera?
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answered How does exposure compensation affect auto aperture settings in a point and shoot camera?
Apr
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revised How does exposure compensation affect auto aperture settings in a point and shoot camera?
"manual exposure" is a different concept - this is exposure adjustment or exposure compensation