Napioa - Wind Origins

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comment Is a Fine Art Baryta print suitable for display in an office with fluorescent lights?
Will there be a glass/plastic in front of the print?
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comment What is the best technique to make amazing black and white photos?
You should also add what kind of output media you are targeting. Display? Print?
Nov
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comment How do i give this look to my photos?
Shoot pictures like those ? What have you tried ? As it stands this is not a good question, it is basically un-searcheable and un-answerable (we have to guess at what aspect of these picture you refer). Plus, could you please clarify the author of the pictures and the source?
Oct
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revised How do popular free RAW editor/converter compare to each other on Windows?
added link to DPP page and explanation of Digital Lens Optimizer
Oct
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answered Are there advantages to scanning film for prints aside from increased control over the image?
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revised How to achieve a “smeared out” effect?
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comment How could I have counteracted purple lighting?
Hey people, what's up? a good question, with answer, from a new user with a clear explanation of what's the problem, and no upvotes? Please rememeber to act as a good stackexchange citizen and vote up or down as needed :-) Btw, welcome HourglassPhoto
Sep
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comment What low-cost ISO 400 film is good for learning photography?
When I first began, I noted settings (let's say for a couple of roll). I quickly stopped doing it, and with a little practice I have learned to judge exposure even before metering. Then you develop, and then you print or scan and you appreciate the wonderful latitude of film :-)
Sep
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comment What low-cost ISO 400 film is good for learning photography?
I don't think this is a good question for the site, but we have too few film related questions. I would recommend a rewrite. By the way: Ilford hp5+ for the win. I disagree with the "cheapest film" suggestion. Buy excellet, fresh, film and enjoy excellent result. Better yet if you do it at formats larger than 35, with Medium format cameras you will get larger negatives which are a great thing.
Sep
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comment What is the root of “El bokeh wall” naming?
I also note that this is a wild guess and so maybe it doesn't deserve to be an answer. If you feel so, I will remove it.
Sep
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answered What is the root of “El bokeh wall” naming?
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reviewed Close What could cause this visible artifact which seems to a be a glowing inverse of something outside of the frame overlayed on this photograph?