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Sep
23
asked How to focus manually on the eyes, for a self portrait without a remote?
Sep
23
revised How to take self portraits without a remote?
removed the edit
Sep
23
comment How to take self portraits without a remote?
@mattdm Alright, I'll delete it out of here and create a new one.
Sep
23
revised How to take self portraits without a remote?
added a question
Sep
23
comment What is white or black “clipping”, and how does one avoid it?
I didn't clip anything there. What did you mean by and have clipped at 100% white (255, 255, 255)?
Sep
23
asked What is white or black “clipping”, and how does one avoid it?
Sep
23
comment How to take self portraits without a remote?
I didn't think there was any need to mention that. Reason: Portraits are all about sharp eyes, I think. I'll look into the link. :)
Sep
23
comment How to take self portraits without a remote?
Actually, I am referring to "manual focus"? How to achieve sharp eyes? Don't want to rely on auto-focus.
Sep
22
asked How to take self portraits without a remote?
Sep
22
accepted Is an artificial external source of light required even with a low-noise high ISO range?
Sep
22
comment Is an artificial external source of light required even with a low-noise high ISO range?
Now it makes sense. :) thanks.
Sep
22
comment Is an artificial external source of light required even with a low-noise high ISO range?
I didn't understand this which is useful for back-lit situations.
Sep
22
comment Is an artificial external source of light required even with a low-noise high ISO range?
@mattdm that was helpful link, will read into it, thanks and thanks to pau, too.
Sep
22
comment Is an artificial external source of light required even with a low-noise high ISO range?
Your post was helpful, thanks.
Sep
22
asked Is an artificial external source of light required even with a low-noise high ISO range?
Sep
13
asked What are the possible artificial light “sources”?
Sep
13
accepted What is an independent flash called?
Sep
13
accepted How to construct a shot depicting falling rain?
Sep
13
asked What is an independent flash called?
Sep
13
comment Is a macro lens suitable for distant subjects - wildlife, sports, portraiture?
@rabbid Thanks, I think I should study the macro lens before I can talk about it further. :)