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Jan
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comment How do I make my photos sharp enough for print or selling online?
Seems like you just accepted the answer that said what you wanted to hear. That's not a good way to learn.
Jan
26
comment How do I make my photos sharp enough for print or selling online?
I'm not sure why this answer has upvotes, you just repeated "You need sharp photos for stock images" for three paragraphs, which OP clearly already knows, without giving any actual tips on how to do that.
Jan
14
comment How does Kelvin for color temperature relate to Kelvin for actual temperature?
Color doesn't have a temperature, but temperature has a color. It's called black-body radiation. I agree it's a strange way of measuring hue, but it's as good as any other scale.
Dec
10
comment Can you remove scratches from a lens with peanut butter?
@MichaelClark: OT, but worth mentioning: Enamel is not a "thin layer", it's actually the thickest part of the tooth (and it's the part of the tooth most people would identify as "the tooth"). It's also the hardest substance in the human body, much harder than bone, so some light abrasives are not going to harm it.
Dec
9
comment track what people do with the images on my website
He didn't ask how to protect his images though, just how to see what people are using them for.
Oct
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Sep
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comment Does all photographic film utilize gelatin in its composition?
You forgot about the question in the title - why?
Jul
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May
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comment Does Rear Sync really help background exposures in darker rooms?
@WayneF: Under US law, an educational forum post such as this constitutes fair-use; and despite your claim, I did provide attribution by linking to your site. If for some reason you are opposed to your pictures being posted on StackExchange, I will respect your wishes and replace them with other pictures from the Internet, but claiming I have broken the law is harsh and incorrect.
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Mar
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comment How can I reduce noise at ISO 100 in photos taken in the twilight?
"you may actually get better results by raising the ISO" - that's only true if you're planning on increasing the exposure in post, not decreasing it as you suggest here. See my question about that very post.
Mar
16
comment How can I add a border to a JPEG photo without affecting quality?
Keep in mind that this is likely to significantly increase the size of the image...
Feb
12
comment What am I photographing INSIDE my camera?
+1 this is the correct answer. EM noise is all around us. The sensor+circuitry will necessarily pick up all sorts of noise, from both inside and outside the camera. Heck, the laws of physics require that any electric-based sensor generates noise which it itself will pick up. That's just how electricity works.
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revised Are DSLRs a dying breed, making now the time to switch to a mirrorless camera system?
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Nov
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comment Does a “body-only” DSLR need a lens added before use?
Rather than some random picture from a pinhole camera, how about a picture of what you'll actually see if you try to take a picture without a lens?
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