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comment Any cameras move the sensor instead of lens elements for focus?
Wouldn't it allow for "macro mode" with any mounted lens if the sensor could be moved further apart from lens? I mean this as a hypothetical advantage, as the camera would need a deep well for the sensor to creep into.
Feb
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answered lightroom white balance: choosing between relative and absolute numbers
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Nov
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comment How to use fixed power flash (strobes) units?
It was already mentioned in the original question that the distance from source to subject is a way of regulating light. The aim of the question is to learn aditional techniques.
Oct
18
comment What are some common uses for stacking in Lightroom?
+1 because stacking to avoid having to manually "deseelct" the originals of HDRs, Panoramas and externally edited images is a great value of the Stacking feature.
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Jul
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answered How to reduce noise shown in LiveView when photographing in the dark?
Jul
13
comment How can I crop a single layer in Photoshop?
Alternatively, you Select with marquee and press CTRL+J. Ps Will create a copy of the layer including ONLY the selected pixels. You can then hide or delete the original layer.
Jun
29
answered Do jpgs have “layers”?
Jun
23
comment How were these “harsh light” photos of objects on a white background taken?
For your learning, first make a shot using only the main light. Not just in the camera, but analyze it on your computer and decide if fill light is needed and where it is needed. After that, take shots with fill light on different positions. This will help you learn to "read the light" and it will make it easier for you in the future to replicate lighting setups or create your own faster.
Jun
23
revised How were these “harsh light” photos of objects on a white background taken?
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revised How were these “harsh light” photos of objects on a white background taken?
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answered How were these “harsh light” photos of objects on a white background taken?
Jun
16
revised Does flash tube size matter for studio lighting?
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Jun
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answered How do selfie sticks integrate with digital cameras?
Jun
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comment What causes barrel distortion?
@MattGrum: A FOV of close to but less than 180 deg. enough to see both vanishing points of a straight object if you are at a certain distance from it. So no, I´m not showing an FOV of more than 180°.
Jun
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revised What causes barrel distortion?
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Jun
7
answered What causes barrel distortion?
Jun
7
asked Does flash tube size matter for studio lighting?