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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.


Feb
21
comment What kind of photography is still better done with film cameras?
I guess then you just have to carry a whole boat load of film canisters though.
Feb
15
comment Is there an easy way to convert all my photos from .NEF to .JPG for upload to Facebook?
DPI is irrelevant when creating JPEG's destined for monitors and other displays (i.e. from Facebook in a browser).
Feb
15
answered Are there any downsides to applying the lens correction profile in Adobe Lightroom?
Feb
13
comment Is there any significant difference between Nikon and Canon?
@MattGrum sorry! My mistake.
Feb
13
comment Is there any significant difference between Nikon and Canon?
Every recent Canon DSLR has 3-shot auto-exposure bracketing. hdr-photography.com/aeb.html
Feb
13
revised Is there any significant difference between Nikon and Canon?
3-shot AEB is available on almost all modern Canon DSLR's.
Feb
13
revised Is it better to scan negatives or prints?
Tidied up wording and repeated statements. Added comparison to digital.
Feb
13
comment Why are my 14-bit RAW files being saved as 8-bit on my computer?
I'm not sure how this possible. If you shoot raw, your files should be 14-bit .CR2 files. How do you know they're 8-bit? What software are you using them in? If they're 8-bit, then they're likely JPEGs.
Feb
10
answered How can I get a good HDR image from a single RAW file?
Feb
9
revised Does the Nikon D4 capture 16-bit images?
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Feb
8
answered Does the Nikon D4 capture 16-bit images?
Feb
8
comment When do you center your subject in environmental portraits?
For me, I tend to view the desirable composition of a photo like the example given to be on a see saw. If the subject is on either side, it's at rest. If the subject is in the center, it could go either direction and has the potential to feel like you're not stable. Maybe tension isn't the right word, maybe 'dynamic'. That's probably the best analogy I can think of for my own point of view.
Feb
8
answered When do you center your subject in environmental portraits?
Feb
7
revised Why does my lens focus better/faster with a speedlight attached to the camera?
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Feb
7
answered Why does my lens focus better/faster with a speedlight attached to the camera?
Feb
6
answered Is it ever correct to describe a flash diffuser as opaque?
Feb
6
comment What camera should a student buy to transition into professional work?
Every DSLR does in-camera JPEG processing. It's usually set to JPEG by default. You can, however shoot RAW+JPEG.
Feb
6
answered My pictures are never printed. Is there any point in buying a better monitor?
Feb
6
revised What batteries are best suited to Battery grips?
Battery 'magazine' is fine.
Feb
1
revised Do very short shutter speeds result in diffraction?
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