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bio website 365project.org/imrelumiste
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comment How does flexible ISO make shooting digital different from film?
No, lowest ISO will not give you best image quality if using it causes underexposure or blur. Even if your tripod avoids camera shake blur, you may end up with subject blur.
May
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comment What is the “exposure triangle”?
Though being a Libra myself, I still find the scales analogy a bit off... According to this model, when adding a stop of light, I should also add one stop of aperture/ISO/shutter to make the scales balance again? It seems to me like all the blocks should be on one side and "exposed image" on the other side. Use only a few blocks and you won't lift the image enough; use too many and the image will be hanging up high.
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answered What is Depth Of Field bracketing?
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answered What is the “exposure triangle”?
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comment How does flexible ISO make shooting digital different from film?
It's especially painful if your camera rewinds the film completely, without leaving end of film out of cassette. Then you'd have to rewind by hand in darkness.
May
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answered How does flexible ISO make shooting digital different from film?
May
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comment How does flexible ISO make shooting digital different from film?
In addition to flexible ISO, you also have a flexible white balance - you no more have worry for having correct filters for given light.
May
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comment What does it mean when film turns out transparent after being developed?
A light leak? Light leaks are notorious for letting extra light in, not for letting light coming from lens escape.
May
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comment Is digital zoom really useful?
@mattdm yes, the person was larger in EVF for lining up with a focusing point (quite hard with extreme zoom and subject speed), the files were smaller, and I had to spend much less time at computer. E.g. this picture would've been hard to focus using full resolution - link
May
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revised If I use a public domain image can I own the copyright to the resulting artwork?
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May
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comment Where can I sell digital photos online without advance commissions or fees?
It's not very obvious how to do it on Lulu, could you give some hints or a link to sample gallery? All of the info in Lulu's "Publish" section seems to be targeted on selling physical items, such as a book.
May
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answered Is digital zoom really useful?
May
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answered How many blades does my lens' aperture diaphragm have when I get 12-pointed starbursts?
May
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answered What does TTL mean?
May
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answered What's the most likely cause of grain in this photo?
May
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comment What are some common ISO, aperture, and shutter speed settings for street photography?
Aperture has significant impact on resulting photo, so it's rare when it should be left automatic. As Matt Grum has clearly demonstrated in answers his related to high ISO, a lower ISO than needed for correct exposure results in more noise than a higher ISO.