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bio website properspective.com
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Photographer, tech head, and extreme sport enthusiast.

I'm an amateur who likes to shoot everything from portraits to landscapes. My favorite venues are half way up a 14k mountain, Ontario in Fall, and the Mediterranean at sunset.

I love talking technology, new equipment, and Canon lenses.

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revised Fun experiments I can do with my bridge camera?
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comment UV Filter that best suits Nikon 18-140 mm lens
I voted this question down as it shows literally no research effort whatsoever. With a quick google of "Nikon 18-140 filter size" the answer can be found in the first search result without even opening up the link or leaving Google.
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answered UV Filter that best suits Nikon 18-140 mm lens
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comment Can I use lens brand X on interchangeable lens camera brand Y?
Either you don't understand my comment or I don't understand your answer - but I'm certainly not trying to suggest adding more registration distances. As I stated above "lens mount".
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comment Fun experiments I can do with my bridge camera?
I know we have an older question that has some ideas, just having trouble finding it right now. Might want to start with the [inspiration] tag though.
10h
comment Can you estimate whether or not the sky is clear from a photographs metadata?
This is exactly what my answer focused on lol.
12h
comment Can I use lens brand X on interchangeable lens camera brand Y?
I wasn't trying to say this is a bad answer or a bad idea, the contrary. I was just pointing out what I thought was an omission for completeness. I really know very little about this topic so I'm personally interested in the mount aspect.
15h
comment In video mode, why does adjusting the aperture change the brightness instead of the DoF?
Inkista - Your own answer proves the point. You stated "The duration of the shutter speed can affect how "choppy" the final video feels, depending on the amount of motion blur in individual frames.". Individual frames are not "choppy" nor do they have a "final video feel". Those aspects are not applicable to still photography and thus not on topic.
17h
comment Can I use lens brand X on interchangeable lens camera brand Y?
I appreciate what you are trying to do here, but I think the section on lens mount should elaborated on significantly if you are trying to make this a one stop shop for these types of questions.
18h
comment How to boost my camera's responsiveness with Magic lantern installed?
What have you found on the Magic Lantern forums or help site? Do other users experience this? Is it a known issue?
20h
answered Can you estimate whether or not the sky is clear from a photographs metadata?
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comment How to light a product like the Apple Watch?
This question is far to broad. Sorry but do you really think this is simple? Take a look at theverge.com/2013/5/8/4311868/…
Apr
16
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
15
comment Which current Canon digital cameras can use older EOS lenses?
Note - A specific camera recommendation on what to buy is typically off topic here. See our Help section at the top of this page for more info and what is on topic here.
Apr
15
answered Which current Canon digital cameras can use older EOS lenses?
Apr
13
comment How does the Nikkor 35mm prime compare to the Nikkor 40mm Micro for portraits?
You used the word "portraits" three times in your initial question and you are rarely going to use it for that? I don't know how we could reasonably be expected to answer your question without that information.
Apr
12
comment What are the options for a good photo / RAW browser + editor for mac?
The answer is.... Lightroom! Why? Personal preference! Want more? Just download some trials, and give them a try for yourself.
Apr
11
revised What are good schemes for storing photo equipment at home?
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Apr
11
awarded  Necromancer
Apr
11
comment How can I best use a (high end) point and shoot camera to take great photos in bars and clubs?
Use a flash. If you won't, high ISO with max apertures. It's a simple formula.