Napioa - Wind Origins

Napioa - Wind Origins
by octopus                

Submit your Photo
Hall of Fame

Please participate in Meta
and help us grow.

Reputation
3,101
Top tag
Next privilege 5,000 Rep.
Approve tag wiki edits
Badges
3 18 46
Impact
~144k people reached

Nov
27
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?
Nov
26
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
5
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?
Sep
14
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
11
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
9
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
7
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.
Aug
7
comment How can I get everything out of 120 film?
The detail you get depend more on the lens, the shooting technique, the film you use and the developing technique than on the camera. Adox has some nice high resolution film...
Nov
18
comment Color film comparison: How does Fujifilm Superia compare to Kodak Portra?
Cinestill is nice. It is an 800 emulsion which can be pushed. Tungsten balanced so requires a filter for daylight shooting.
Sep
29
comment Is it possible to use a flash for modern DSLR on an older film camera?
Thanks. You confirmed my understanding.
Jun
20
comment How do I capture the moon and its surrounding context?
Michael, both your pics are really good. Very nice to look at, especially the first. You should really be proud :-)
Jan
29
comment Suggestions what I can do with 26 images of the same scene taking in different seasons
what kind of scene it is? Is it a natural landscape, showing the passing of season, or is it an urban landscape, or what?
Oct
13
comment Is an aperture range of 3.5-5.6 shallow enough to provide great bokeh on a cropped sensor?
Fixing the "too wide" problem is easy: don't use it at focal lenghts that you don't like :) The "too short" problem is another matter.
Sep
15
comment Good examples of full frame's advantages over the cropped sensor?
it seemed very close, to me. In particular this sentence says a lot "To replicate the look of a 50 f/1.4 lens you'd have to use something like a 31 f/0.9 lens, which doesn't as far as I know exist!"
Sep
5
comment Does Lightroom 3 support multipage TIFF?
It is the best solution that I found until now, so it answers indirectly the question about LR support.
Sep
5
comment How to start learning photography Online for free?
I agree with the link, maybe you could add some reasoning to explain why is it so.
Sep
5
comment Does Lightroom 3 support multipage TIFF?
Sorry @Rob, for some reason I had missed your reply. In the meanwhile, I had already decided for the "ImageMagick route".
Aug
6
comment How to learn to shoot with the “other” eye?
Update: by learning to shoot with the other eye, I have achieved at last the added benefit of learning to close both eyes independently. It only took me 32 years... one's never too old to learn :-)
Aug
6
comment How to learn to shoot with the “other” eye?
And practice did the trick. It took a couple of days, but now I pick the right eye by default, and I am easily able to shoot with both eyes open. So if someone finds in my same position, it takes some hours/days of practicing, so don't give up at the first trial even if it seems "strange".
Aug
6
comment Wedding cameras - disposable or ebay compacts + film
Thanks @JamieKitson, interesting link