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bio website 365project.org/imrelumiste
location Finland
age 35
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Jun
20
comment What's the best way to avoid wasting money on equipment?
@rfusca edited to make it clear only the worst cases are expected as answers, so it's more in line with apparently well-accepted questions "What are the best techniques for ...". The actual problem here is that my wish list is much longer than my available budget, so any experiences helping to avoid common traps are warmly welcome. I think Jerry Coffin's answer about long lenses or Thom Hogan's article on avoiding unstable tripods are excellent examples of good answers to this question.
Jun
20
revised What's the best way to avoid wasting money on equipment?
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20
asked What's the best way to avoid wasting money on equipment?
Jun
19
awarded  Electorate
Jun
19
revised What is the difference between depth of field and depth of focus?
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Jun
19
comment What is the difference between depth of field and depth of focus?
@Fracesco I edited my answer to include that
Jun
19
revised What is the difference between depth of field and depth of focus?
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19
answered What is the difference between depth of field and depth of focus?
Jun
18
revised How do I create a panoramic picture?
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18
awarded  Enlightened
Jun
18
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
17
revised Why is there a subtle shadow glow around the subject with large aperture?
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Jun
17
comment Why does the quality of my pictures lower the more I zoom in?
@John not in low light; but daytime, using a higher ISO, you can get a pretty decent shutter speed for handheld shooting. According to "sunny 16" rule you should be getting 1/1600s at f/11 with ISO 800 in a sunny day. This speed should be OK to catch a larger bird in flight (200mm is too short for the little ones anyway). Maybe even 1/800 at ISO 400 would do.
Jun
17
answered Why does the quality of my pictures lower the more I zoom in?
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answered Why is there a subtle shadow glow around the subject with large aperture?
Jun
17
comment Why there is no Canon 50mm *IS* lens?
@Jon.Griffen on a Pentax body, all lenses are stabilized; so you could either pick a Pentax-M, a Zeiss, or a Samyang/Rokinon lens. Or you could go with Sony body+lens.
Jun
17
revised Are all kit lenses poor? (And if so, why?)
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17
revised What's the relationship between flash power expressed as a fraction and as EV?
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