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bio website reference-man.com/blog/search/…
location Ann Arbor, MI
age 29
visits member for 3 years, 5 months
seen Jan 14 '13 at 2:58

I'm a grad student at the University of Michigan studying computational particle transport.

I feel like I could... like I could... take on the world!


Apr
11
awarded  Critic
Dec
1
comment What is a Cheap (less than USD50) Piece of Kit would make a Good Gift for a Photographer?
The viewfinder on my entry-level Nikon D3100 is too small for me to achieve good manual focus. With an advanced viewfinder with microprism focusing, this may be a good idea, but for most people it's just no good.
Aug
29
comment Why are those green spots on my photo?
Cheap UV filters do more harm than good: lenstip.com/113.24-article-UV_filters_test_Tiffen_72mm_UV.html
Aug
4
comment How can I automatically back up only selected photos from Aperture?
and it doesn't say anything about compatibility with Aperture 3...
Aug
4
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jul
26
awarded  Teacher
Jul
25
answered What is the easiest way to strip 'iPhoto Original' and 'Faces' tags from photos?
Jul
20
comment How to reverse the canon 18-55 kit lens to use it as macro?
@Chris: the OP has fixed the link since I posted my comment.
Jul
18
comment How to reverse the canon 18-55 kit lens to use it as macro?
The link is no longer valid.
Jun
19
awarded  Student
Jun
18
comment Why is there a subtle shadow glow around the subject with large aperture?
Thanks. I noticed the same effect on a couple of other photos with small depth of field; it probably just shows up better because the background is more homogeneous and subtle gradients are more obvious.
Jun
17
awarded  Scholar
Jun
17
accepted Why is there a subtle shadow glow around the subject with large aperture?
Jun
17
asked Why is there a subtle shadow glow around the subject with large aperture?
Jun
10
comment How to take pictures in a dark room?
Thought the question was about taking pictures where you're trying to develop film. :\
Apr
17
comment What is the advantage to back-button autofocus?
Is this the same as the "AE/AF lock" on my Nikon D3100, or is it something available on pro-model DSLRs?
Mar
16
awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
16
awarded  Supporter