Napioa - Wind Origins

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answered What software can I use for 3D lighting simulation?
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revised What is “exposure safety shift”?
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Apr
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answered What tools exist to remove metadata from photos?
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accepted What is the advantage of the huge number of AF points?
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asked What is the advantage of the huge number of AF points?
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answered How can I get white balance support for Canon EOS 1100D in UFRaw?
Feb
24
comment Are photolab negatives to digital (e.g. CD) always better than a low cost USB self scanner?
Why don't you try it? Scan one of your negatives yourself and get the same negative scanned by the service. After that you can compare.
Feb
13
comment What is EV, when used as an absoute measurement?
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comment What kind of camera do I need to capture deep space images?
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revised Which cameras support DNG natively?
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revised Can adapters convert between different thread sizes for reverse mounting a lens?
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answered What determines the reproduction ratio when lens stacking for macro shots?
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answered How can I calculate magnification ratio I get by reversing a lens?
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answered Can adapters convert between different thread sizes for reverse mounting a lens?
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comment Are there modern lenses with a 49mm filter diameter?
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comment Is it possible to print a photo so it can be mounted on a globe?
If you print at 300dpi then 1500pixels=1500/300=5 inches. If you print 100dpi, it's 1500/100=15 inches. Check your printing software, probably you can set the dpi (or at least it will print it to you).