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bio website flickr.com/photos/fguerrieri
location Rome, Italy
age 33
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seen Apr 14 at 8:43

Hi,

I'm Francesco. Welcome :-)


Apr
29
comment How can I do split-toning black & white in SilverEfex Pro?
I have seen. She also mention LR4, though.
Apr
29
revised What's a relatively low priced camera that performs well in low light condition?
tried to make a less localized question
Apr
29
answered How can I do split-toning black & white in SilverEfex Pro?
Apr
29
comment How are these “wiggling” 3D images made?
It's not a flying alligator. It's a jumping alligator. Poor alligator was quiet on its own, when all of a sudden a BABY, and what's more a baby with a pink hat, strolled by. It was so scarying that he jumped away, screaming to alert every other alligator of the terrible danger.
Apr
29
suggested suggested edit on What's a relatively low priced camera that performs well in low light condition?
Apr
27
comment Lightroom plugin development — is it worth it?
+1, since this question gave me the idea to look at this Lua sdk :-)
Apr
27
comment Lightroom plugin development — is it worth it?
I see your point but in my opinion it's a bit out of scope given the original question (OP is well versed in a series of languages, just not Lua). In any case I didn't think that your answer deserves to be downvoted since it provides a possible solution to the problem at hand (it is a sort of think-out-of-the-box approach, I'd say).
Apr
26
comment Lightroom plugin development — is it worth it?
Surely a plugin will offer more fine grained automation solution, this is a sort of extreme ratio and OS-dependent. I assume plugins are (more or less) portable between Windows and OSX.
Apr
25
revised In Lightroom 3, what is the difference between exposure and brightness?
edited tags
Apr
24
comment What are the downsides to framing without glass over the print?
Paul Cézanne, if the oil paintings that you refer to are yours I recommend to frame them very well, and a very good alarm system too would be a nice addiction. By the way, it is very nice and a honour to have a master of Picasso and Matisse among us. :-) (sorry for the stupid joke)
Apr
23
revised Why doesn't it make sense to compare an entry-level DSLR with a super zoom?
corrected spelling, some minor clarification in the wording.
Apr
23
revised Are there compact cameras with large sensors?
corrected spelling
Apr
23
suggested suggested edit on Are there compact cameras with large sensors?
Apr
23
comment What is the best way to digitize old photographs for preservation?
yes, please. This is a topic that interests me a lot :-)
Apr
23
answered Why doesn't it make sense to compare an entry-level DSLR with a super zoom?
Apr
23
comment What is the best way to digitize old photographs for preservation?
using... what? :-)
Apr
22
comment Is there a secret way to make the Fujifilm X-Pro 1's autofocus point selection faster?
I have found the review that I was referring to. It was Nick Devlin's on, and it linked in a question... by you :-) photo.stackexchange.com/q/22265/5032
Apr
22
comment Is there a secret way to make the Fujifilm X-Pro 1's autofocus point selection faster?
I read a review which stated more than once something along the lines "usually fuji is responsive to customer feedback and will hopefully fix this via firmware". I am convinced that it's really nice and only needs to refine some "rough edge".
Apr
22
comment Is there a secret way to make the Fujifilm X-Pro 1's autofocus point selection faster?
This is not the first time that I read about a less-than-stellar UI for this camera... which is a bit of a shame since it aappears to be very good.
Apr
22
comment What are these dark spots in my pictures?
Try taking an out of focus picture of a bright object (like the sky) at a smalla aperture. That should give a confirmation. HAve you read the links that I posted?