Lunch atop a (Springfield) skyscraper

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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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revised Why do some lenses cost 10 times as much when the specs are very close?
Forgot one important point about element design.; deleted 6 characters in body
Apr
27
comment In portrait photography, what is a “catchlight”?
Photographic Terms: When Film & Photography Collide.
Apr
23
comment Why does Lightroom 4 CR2 “Edit in Photoshop” make a TIF file?
"Once you go TIFF, you never go back." - Someone from the Internet.
Apr
22
comment Why would one want to include the original RAW inside of a DNG?
There's no evidence to suggest that DNG is any more future proof than raw formats. Support for raw formats is accumulative, and older raw formats are not removed from the programs capable of reading them.
Apr
16
revised Good examples of RAW's advantages over JPEG?
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Apr
16
comment Good examples of RAW's advantages over JPEG?
The second is the RAW file in black and white with shadows boosted and contrast lowered to show the detail captured, whilst the first image is the same application but to an already processed JPEG file. You can see that the raw version still has all the detail left to use, even if you don't recover details from it (like in my final result).
Mar
28
comment How can this lighting/color effect be done?
Yeah, my guess would be that he has utilised the considerable difference in colour temperature of the two major light sources and used post processing to desaturate the relatively blue tones.
Mar
28
comment Which is sharper, theoretically - small image at 100% or large image re-sized in Photoshop?
I think you're missing the point of my argument. What you throw away in camera, you can never get back.
Mar
22
comment What types of digital cameras are out there?
Canon labels it "Enthusiast". I tend to agree.