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bio website chuqui.com
location California
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answered How Do I Know My Memory Card Is Dying?
Jan
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answered Should I turn off optical image stabilisation when shooting long-exposure photos?
Jan
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answered Which photographer do you find inspirational?
Jan
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answered What tagging system do you use?
Jan
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answered How to become a professional photographer
Jan
17
comment What are the biggest issues with wearing glasses as a photographer and how can they be overcome?
agreed with all above. I wore contacts for about 18 months, then went back to glasses full time. they simply weren't enough of an improvement for the hassles.
Jan
10
answered How do you handle the varying sizes of filters in your kit?
Jan
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answered EF-S 18-55mm kit vs 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 for nature photography
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answered What are backup options for the lazy but paranoid dSLR user?
Dec
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answered Does a photographer take pictures or make pictures?
Dec
22
answered Do good lenses really last a lifetime?
Dec
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revised What are the better HDR software apps for the mac?
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Dec
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answered What are the better HDR software apps for the mac?
Dec
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revised What fixed lens to use on a cropped sensor DSLR for mountain landscape photography?
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Dec
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answered What fixed lens to use on a cropped sensor DSLR for mountain landscape photography?
Dec
12
comment Should I invest in a high-end body or better lenses?
agreed, but he specifically mentioned he was considering pentax or canon, and so I didn't want to complicate the discussion...
Dec
12
answered What should I consider when using DSLRs in cold weather?
Dec
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comment long range canon lenses
an alternative is the 300 F4 with a 1.4x. I use that combo. An advantage over the 400 F5.6 is that you get both focal lengths, AND you get IS. WhenI'm shooting handheld, I use the 100-400. when I'm shoting on a tripod, I tend to use the 300 + 1.4x.and you're right, the prime is sharper, but less flexible.
Dec
11
answered Should I invest in a high-end body or better lenses?