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bio website 365project.org/imrelumiste
location Finland
age 35
visits member for 4 years
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Mar
21
answered Which mode is best for wedding
Mar
20
awarded  Yearling
Mar
17
revised What do all those cryptic number and letter codes in a lens name mean?
added some newer Samyang features
Mar
12
revised Is camera flash actually harmful to infants or newborns?
thinking about it, eyes do focus on on-camera flash
Mar
11
accepted How can several gray card shots help with metamerism?
Mar
11
answered How can I save money on shooting, developing, and printing 35mm film?
Mar
3
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
20
answered Canon EOS700D Flash: Why are exposure times different in modes P and Av if all settings are “equal”
Feb
18
revised Can I use old Pentax lenses on newer Pentax DSLRs?
now there's also 645Z that doesn't take K-mount
Feb
16
revised What do all those cryptic number and letter codes in a lens name mean?
added newer Pentax coatings
Feb
16
revised What do all those cryptic number and letter codes in a lens name mean?
added Pentax RE and DC from newly introduced lenses
Feb
13
awarded  Good Answer
Feb
12
comment What makes a Carl Zeiss lens so special in a smartphone?
And here it is, the Leica smartphone - Panasonic Lumix CM1
Feb
4
awarded  Guru
Jan
29
awarded  Enlightened
Jan
29
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
27
comment Why are blown highlights particularly bad in digital photography?
@supercat most likely, in principle you would be merging a monochrome HDR (of monochrome images from different color channels) and then toning it. With a CCD sensor, smear could ruin the weaker channel. Perhaps someone would know more when you'd ask again as a separate question. Or you could just try as an experiment.
Jan
18
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
17
comment Why isn't my variable-aperture photo more interesting?
Absolutely, although it wouldn't be the technique this question was asking about. And intended usage might limit how much you can post-process (e.g. competition rules might forbid fusing multiple exposures).
Jan
15
comment Why is manual focus off after installing a 45° split-prism focus screen?
In the easiest case, the focus screen has been inserted wrong side up.