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Trying to learn more about photography


Feb
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awarded  Notable Question
Nov
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comment Technically, why is the out of focus area blurred more when using a bigger aperture?
@mattdm likely edited. I checked the history. The answer has a post date of Sept 15, 2011 7:30 pm, that is 2 hours after my comment.Unfortunately there is no older version that I can see.
Nov
14
answered Is there a way to make the Nikon D5100 fire three auto-bracked shots with one press?
Nov
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Sep
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comment Which cameras have built-in HDR?
@camflan Nikon D5100 also has HDR. It is build in HDR mode but it also has bracketed mode.
Sep
23
answered What's the difference between saturation and vibrance in Lightroom?
Sep
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Sep
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comment Does the Nikon D5100 have true auto bracketing and how do I use it?
On Nikon D5100, you have to to take 3 different pics for each bracketed pic. This can create alignment issue and takes 3x time than just one pic. No sure if other cameras does the same thing.
Sep
12
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Sep
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comment Can the camera select wrong exposure just because of color?
Isn't the histogram based on this picture and not on the actual lighting/condition itself? So if I took this picture severely under exposed, the histogram would show all black even though the actual lighting would be much better.
Sep
10
answered Nikon D5100 - completely white image
Sep
9
comment Can the camera select wrong exposure just because of color?
Lighting was exactly the same in the above two cases (they were side by side). I took other pictures also using different frame and same result.
Sep
9
comment Can the camera select wrong exposure just because of color?
Btw I made similar experiment with other plants and came across the same issue with non white plants. The portrait mode over exposed the flower color (well the color was lighter than what it should have been for a lightly violet flower), I fixed that in manual mode but then the surrounding was a little darker than it actually was.
Sep
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asked Can the camera select wrong exposure just because of color?
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