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by Lars Kotthoff

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bio website 365project.org/imrelumiste
location Finland
age 34
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awarded  Popular Question
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revised How does TTL flash work when there are multiple flashes?
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answered How to measure light so I know which gel to use?
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answered How does TTL flash work when there are multiple flashes?
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accepted How to calculate the optimal pinhole size?
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accepted How does fading light affect color vision?
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accepted What zone does lith film cutoff occur in?
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accepted When should I prefer 2-way or 4-way macro focusing rails?
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comment When should I prefer 2-way or 4-way macro focusing rails?
Perhaps macro 3D imaging would also benefit from the 4-way rails.
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comment How do I get over my shyness when taking photos of strangers?
@ManiacOne thanks for the notice, apparently spammers had taken over that site. I replaced the link.
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comment Workflow tool for Race number OCR
Having done both race photography and software development in considerable amounts, I doubt pure OCR would give any satisfying results. Perhaps on car races. But on human participants, the bibs are so often folded and/or partially hidden that fixing all the resulting errors would still require sifting through the whole batch.
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comment How do I take flattering photos of people with acne (scarring)?
@teylyn The product is a physical filter that takes time to screw on a lens, and the nature of demonstrated feature requires a human model (preferably alive one). The pose and lighting in images looks similar enough to draw conclusions; unfortunately, the low resolution hides any effect of the filter.