Lunch atop a (Springfield) skyscraper

Lunch atop a (Springfield) skyscraper
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comment How to have colors in Milky-way?
a full frame sensor isn't inherently less prone to noise.
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comment How can I reverse-engineer the RAW conversion settings used in a JPEG image?
+1 for the genetic algorithm idea. might work!
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comment Why does darkening skies in Photoshop cause banding, and how can I avoid it?
@cmason the bands are clearly visible at full size as well
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comment What does it mean to “mount” slide film for processing?
you see, when a man and his film love each other very much...
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comment Is this scenario considered copyright infringement?
He was not reproducing the picture, but rather taking a picture of a public scene which included another picture (and presumably some other copyrighted material as well).
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comment Is it normal for the Canon kit lens to exhibit lens flare even without a UV filter?
are you implying that the UV filter should reduce or prevent flare?
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comment Is there a noticeable difference between a 23.1 x 15.4mm and a 23.6 x 15.8mm sensor size?
additional thought: many viewfinders only cover 90 to 95% of the scene, more than twice that difference.
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answered How to achieve misty look and vintage colors like Jaime Ibarra?
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comment What performance-related factors make a Leica camera so expensive?
I suggest you take a look at this video: vimeo.com/6551861 as it's very relevant to your question.