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Jun
10
awarded  Yearling
Jun
10
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Jun
10
revised How do I know what to charge for licensing an image?
updated HindSight's Photo Price Guide link (original link goes to some sort of blog not related to photography)
Jun
10
suggested approved edit on How do I know what to charge for licensing an image?
Jun
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Jun
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revised What properties of an image could be used to programmatically discard it as “bad”?
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Jun
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comment What properties of an image could be used to programmatically discard it as “bad”?
@AK Yes I know there will be false positives, but for images that are really bad (with my poor experience and shooting with manual lenses I have a ton of crap photos) it will serve to separate them from the not-that-bad ones
Jun
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Jun
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reviewed Approve What properties of an image could be used to programmatically discard it as “bad”?
Jun
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asked What properties of an image could be used to programmatically discard it as “bad”?
Dec
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comment How to prevent a child from accidentally deleting photos during playback?
I hadn't tested with the camera, but the more I think about it, the more it makes sense. The D750 has an option to select the playback folder, and here you select from which card and which folder do you want to view the images. So it is logical once you think about this (because it really is counter-intuitive) that you only remove the image from the folder you are visualizing. I'll have to test it but I think this was the answer I was looking for.
Dec
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accepted How to prevent a child from accidentally deleting photos during playback?
Dec
1
comment How to prevent a child from accidentally deleting photos during playback?
Usually when I let the child see the photos I'm not at home, or else I would show him the photos in the computer (so eyeFi discarded). Not giving the camera to the kid is the sensible thing to do for the moment though...
Dec
1
comment How to prevent a child from accidentally deleting photos during playback?
Do you have some link backing up the dual card thing? I've searched in the user manual and I haven't found any mention to this (and I don't have the camera with me right now to test).
Dec
1
comment How to prevent a child from accidentally deleting photos during playback?
@ElendilTheTall yes, but then I lose the ability to take new photos. The optimum would be an auto-protect setting, but it seems it does not exist.
Dec
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comment How to prevent a child from accidentally deleting photos during playback?
Also, a question from 2 years ago related to the D3000 with negative results: photo.stackexchange.com/questions/18835/…
Dec
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comment How to prevent a child from accidentally deleting photos during playback?
somehow related but looking for better solutions instead of workarounds: photo.stackexchange.com/questions/14522/…
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asked How to prevent a child from accidentally deleting photos during playback?
Feb
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Feb
10
comment What camera defect would cause a shot to be exposed on one half of the frame and not the other?
are you sure is the camera and not your finger blocking the lens? ;-) flickr.com/photos/akkarael/107462777