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bio website nickbedford.com
location Brisbane, Australia
age 26
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I'm a hobbyist photographer from Brisbane, Australia focusing on promotional, entertainment and editorial portraiture.


Aug
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revised When is it okay to have blown highlights and shadows?
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Jul
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Nov
9
comment I changed my camera lens while my camera was on
I'd guess that most people change lenses without switching their DSLRs off. On the Cinema EOS (video) cameras there was an issue but Canon DSLRs seem fine with it. The fact that they can read a newly attached lens while already on seems evidence to the fact.
Oct
17
comment What is the math behind white-balance, and how to choose it?
Cameras and software can determine correct white balance for most normal situations. I'm not sure what algorithms they use to determine an image's white balance, as I've never looked into it.
Oct
15
comment Is an aperture range of 3.5-5.6 shallow enough to provide great bokeh on a cropped sensor?
P.S. I owned a EF-S 17-55mm for two years until I bought a 5D Mark III. One of the best EF-S zooms out there.
Oct
15
comment Is an aperture range of 3.5-5.6 shallow enough to provide great bokeh on a cropped sensor?
50mm is not too short for portraits. It's actually the sweet spot for many photographers using full frame bodies. 35, 50 and 85mm lenses for portraits will produce different perspectives and can be used for different purposes.
Oct
15
answered Have DSLR sensors made improvements since the transition to CMOS?
Oct
15
answered Is an aperture range of 3.5-5.6 shallow enough to provide great bokeh on a cropped sensor?
Oct
11
answered Is this grain normal? Canon T2i (550d) grain in high light
Sep
10
comment Licensing for wedding photos, to protect photographer, but allow freedom to clients?
I didn't mention that issue. I was talking solely about modifying the images. That's another topic altogether.
Sep
9
answered Licensing for wedding photos, to protect photographer, but allow freedom to clients?
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