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Sep
8
accepted What can be unusual POVs/angles for capturing the speaker and/or the crowds?
Sep
8
comment How to compare two DSLR bodies?
Thanks ysap, but would you explain what is "field of view" in a layman's language. I am not technically too sound.
Sep
8
comment What can be unusual POVs/angles for capturing the speaker and/or the crowds?
I missed the opportunity long back. I changed my plans of going to that gathering since I camera I have is too "noisy", doesn't include all the minute details of the scene. Raising the aperture beyond F5 causes diffraction. So I thought it is not worth the effort. Canon PowerShot SX210 IS doesn't support raw. and did you see the edit in the question? I'd like to know about it (for future case)
Sep
8
comment How to compare two DSLR bodies?
Great Enlightenment @Stan
Sep
8
comment How to compare two DSLR bodies?
But @mattdm said above that aperture is dependent on lens! So, aperture is related to DOF, isn't it?
Sep
8
comment How to compare two DSLR bodies?
Also helpful, thanks.
Sep
8
comment How to compare two DSLR bodies?
Hold on, You said: Sensor size (Affects image quality, depth-of-field, field-of-view of your lenses) Now, isn't aperture (depth of field) dependent on lens?
Sep
8
comment How to compare two DSLR bodies?
Very helpful Itai, thanks
Sep
8
comment How to compare two DSLR bodies?
@mattdm Again a VERY helpful info. Thanks.
Sep
8
comment How to compare two DSLR bodies?
@Kim aperture info was VERY helpful. Thanks for that.
Sep
8
revised What can be unusual POVs/angles for capturing the speaker and/or the crowds?
added a question
Sep
8
comment What can be unusual POVs/angles for capturing the speaker and/or the crowds?
That was helpful, thanks.
Aug
28
comment What can be unusual POVs/angles for capturing the speaker and/or the crowds?
@Jay I appreciate that since I myself have a dry sense of humor ;) :D
Aug
28
comment What can be unusual POVs/angles for capturing the speaker and/or the crowds?
@Jay Common, I did apologize previously for being ignorant in that photo competition thread, didn't I? ;)
Aug
27
comment What can be unusual POVs/angles for capturing the speaker and/or the crowds?
I know that @mattdm, it'll be helpful for me if you could give me some examples as of to the point questions in this context.
Aug
27
asked What can be unusual POVs/angles for capturing the speaker and/or the crowds?
Aug
17
comment What is focal length and how does it affect my photos?
Thanks for confirming @Andres.
Aug
12
comment How can I make a very sharp photograph with a point & shoot camera?
Thanks for the concern Matt, just give me some time to read that thread fully and post here the new pictures, I'll pop in back soon.
Aug
12
comment How can I make a very sharp photograph with a point & shoot camera?
My lens has some finger marks, do they effect too much? If yes, then how to get rid of them?
Aug
11
comment How can I make a very sharp photograph with a point & shoot camera?
Thanks @rfusca.