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location Rome, Italy
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Hi,

I'm Francesco. Welcome :-)


May
12
accepted How to choose the kind of paper for an inkjet print?
May
12
asked Is it possible to filter for exported/printed photographs in Lightroom?
May
10
revised Simple comparison of LightRoom 4, Corel AfterShot Pro, DarkTable
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May
10
comment Simple comparison of LightRoom 4, Corel AfterShot Pro, DarkTable
Stefano, you are welcome (prego :) )!
May
10
revised Simple comparison of LightRoom 4, Corel AfterShot Pro, DarkTable
edited tags
May
6
comment Wet photography: what's the second choice after silver halide?
It is unfair to single out poor Astatine from the list of Halogens just for its short-ish half life! :-)
May
5
revised Where/How to Get/Make Realistic Historical Documents: Props for a Photo Shoot
typos, layout
May
5
suggested approved edit on Where/How to Get/Make Realistic Historical Documents: Props for a Photo Shoot
May
4
awarded  Yearling
May
1
revised Will a third-party tripod mount collar hold my lens securely?
typo in the tile, minor corrections in the text.
May
1
suggested approved edit on Will a third-party tripod mount collar hold my lens securely?
May
1
comment What would be a good book for optics?
Btw +1 from me, for the hint to the mind of Newton :)
May
1
revised What would be a good book for optics?
added excerpt
May
1
comment What would be a good book for optics?
@coneslayer without entering the debate on the merit of Opticks, very old books are usually much more than "historical curiosities". In the case of Galilei, Newton, Maxwell, Einstein (and others, obviously the list is very short), they are often, in my opinion, masterpieces to be studied deeply and known by heart.
Apr
30
answered What would be a good book for optics?
Apr
29
comment What is this red/blue effect called?
The glass appears to be floating :)
Apr
29
suggested rejected edit on What's a relatively low priced camera that performs well in low light condition?
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?