Open

by damned truths

submit your photo


Hall of Fame
View past winners from this year

Please participate in Meta
and help us grow.

4,559 reputation
21547
bio website NotTheDeadPaulCezanne.com
location
age
visits member for 3 years, 1 month
seen 2 days ago

Dec
13
comment Developing cyanotypes with an LCD projector
too cool! love the mystery..
Dec
13
revised cyanotype wiki description
added 839 characters in body
Dec
13
revised cyanotype wiki excerpt
added 77 characters in body
Dec
13
comment Developing cyanotypes with an LCD projector
Wow, you've really thought this through. Thanks. And welcome to photo.stackexchange! Please fill your your profile, we need more people like you!
Dec
12
reviewed Close What would be a DSLR to use for combination outdoor photography and astrophotography?
Dec
12
comment What would be a DSLR to use for combination outdoor photography and astrophotography?
I don't know if you are an experienced astronomer yet but your mount is likely to be more important than your sensor yet. Apologies if you already know this. Head over to cloudynights.com...
Dec
12
reviewed Close How can I remove color banding from a picture (without Photoshop)?
Dec
12
reviewed Leave Closed Will a 18-140 lens be good for basketball stadium photographs?
Dec
12
wiki created cyanotype description
Dec
12
wiki created cyanotype excerpt
Dec
12
suggested approved edit on cyanotype tag wiki
Dec
12
suggested approved edit on cyanotype tag wiki excerpt
Dec
12
asked Developing cyanotypes with an LCD projector
Dec
11
comment How do I lower ISO in an intentionally dark photo and maintain contrast?
Call me weird but I don't think you should do anything. Noise is not always a problem, sure, we'd never see it in a perfect world, but that's a great shot. The old sharpness mantra applies: "A sharp photo of a fuzzy concept is worthless."
Dec
1
comment How to prevent a child from accidentally deleting photos during playback?
You could not hand your camera to your kid...
Nov
26
comment Astro-photography - 8 inch Schmidt-Cassegrain vs 10 inch Newtonian
chuqui is absolutely correct. Also, I don't think this should be closed. It really isn't about product reccomendations, 10" f4.7 telescopes and 8" f10 telescopes have been around forever. There is nothing special about those two.
Nov
26
reviewed Leave Open Astro-photography - 8 inch Schmidt-Cassegrain vs 10 inch Newtonian
Nov
26
answered Astro-photography - 8 inch Schmidt-Cassegrain vs 10 inch Newtonian
Nov
23
reviewed Close How should I respond to a lowball offer for commercial use of one of my photographs?
Nov
23
reviewed Close How is this effect created in Photoshop?