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Jun
17
revised Why is there a subtle shadow glow around the subject with large aperture?
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17
revised Why is there a subtle shadow glow around the subject with large aperture?
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17
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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17
answered What's the relationship between flash power expressed as a fraction and as EV?
Jun
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revised Are all kit lenses poor? (And if so, why?)
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revised Are all kit lenses poor? (And if so, why?)
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revised Are all kit lenses poor? (And if so, why?)
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answered Are all kit lenses poor? (And if so, why?)
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revised What is “Hyperfocal Distance”?
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16
accepted How does histogram shape affect the aesthetics of a picture?
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Jun
15
answered How does histogram shape affect the aesthetics of a picture?
Jun
15
answered How do I get started with 'painting with light' photography?
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15
revised How do I change the exposure setting in manual mode on a Canon EOS 550D?
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answered How do I change the exposure setting in manual mode on a Canon EOS 550D?
Jun
15
comment How to reduce the effect of bright day light in the photographs?
@Anisha Custom white balance should be set under the same light you are going to take the picture, preferably close to where your subject will be (because there may be multiple light sources, or some reflecting surface also throwing in some color).
Jun
15
comment How to reduce the effect of bright day light in the photographs?
@Anisha that's why white balance should usually (unless you want a tinge) be set from a gray or white surface; if you use an orange surface, then camera will assume the light is orange, and will adjust all the other colors by subtracting orange from them. Black is unsuitable because the camera will not see any light and either picks something random or shows some error message.