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Jan
22
comment How can I wirelessly control my Canon 580ex II?
You could also get a few Canon 420EX or 430EX used flashes, and use your 580EXII to control them via the 580EX support as master controller in Canon's IR/preflash control system. Or get an ST-E2 used, and control your 580EX. 430EX or ST-E2 can be found used for less than $100.
Jan
18
comment Making a local copy of a photo from a NAS in Lightroom
The Smart preview is a preview, not an image file. Lightroom works by taking the editing recipe, and playing it back at time of export, using the original image file. Give it a try: create a smart preview, disconnect from the NAS, and try exporting.
Jan
17
answered Making a local copy of a photo from a NAS in Lightroom
Dec
23
comment What are the best apps used to process photos taken by an iPhone?
@Pacerier it seems not: campl.us
Dec
14
comment The CR2 photos I take on my Canon will not save as an image file. How can I fix this?
you might wish to add some information on how one converts to jpg
Dec
11
answered What standalone software has bleach bypass effect?
Dec
11
comment Can I upload pics I took for a paid job, even though the company asked me not to?
Go take more photos, use them for your website
Dec
10
answered Which of these are essential for vacation: tripod, flash, extra batteries and memory cards, prime lens?
Dec
8
revised Why are my portrait pictures from my new DSLR low quality and “pixel like”?
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Dec
8
answered Why are my portrait pictures from my new DSLR low quality and “pixel like”?
Dec
6
comment Why do people like square photos?
DA01: its meant to be a supposition: Do people use square images because they like them? Or perhaps they don't even notice, they are too busy using the latest or 'cool' app. Clearly, many choose to take square images, as both Android and iPhone offer the format in their embedded camera apps.
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answered Why do people like square photos?
Dec
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revised Is calibrating a monitor for sRGB and CMYK different?
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Dec
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comment Is calibrating a monitor for sRGB and CMYK different?
yes spyder 5 is a hardware calibrator. 'Squint' is the calibration that is available on the Mac and Photoshop that does a calibration where you compare and adjust your monitor based on color patches shown. For several you need to 'squint' to see the changes. ex: computer-darkroom.com/colorsync-display/colorsync_1.htm
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answered Is calibrating a monitor for sRGB and CMYK different?
Nov
27
comment Will moving photos onto a SSD drive give faster Lightroom performance?
photo.stackexchange.com/questions/19155/…
Nov
13
answered Compensation for commercial use of photos