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answered Any reason to buy stock lens for Sony Alpha if I already have good Minolta Maxxum lenses?
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revised Are there any affordable digital rangefinder cameras?
Updated the answer to reflect newer cameras on the market
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answered Does the same aperture at a shorter focal length allow for faster shutter speeds?
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revised What do Hue, Chroma, Saturation, Value, Tones, Tints, Shade, etc. mean?
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revised What do Hue, Chroma, Saturation, Value, Tones, Tints, Shade, etc. mean?
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answered Is small sensor always a bad thing?
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comment Recommended start point for sharpening RAW Images
I understand your point, but with Lightroom there actually are some specific values to know. For example, Amount must be above 0 for any of the other sliders to do anything, and Details has almost no effect when set to 100 (counter-intuitively). I've edited my response to be a little more vague, but the OP did ask for some rules of thumb and I've provided mine.
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answered Recommended start point for sharpening RAW Images
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comment Is there a noticeable difference between 1.8 and 1.4 prime lenses?
@JoséNunoFerreira Most 50mm are basically "Double Gauss" designs. See lensrentals.com/blog/2011/08/lens-geneology-part-1
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comment What are the cheap alternatives to DSLRs to get “large sensor image quality”?
+1 I do believe Micro 4/3 is what the author of the article was referring to, meaning "larger than compact" sensors. Some flirt with $500 (Olympus E-PM1)
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answered To take my portrait photography to the next level, should I get a second flashgun or a monolight?