Lunch atop a (Springfield) skyscraper

Lunch atop a (Springfield) skyscraper
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answered For those that can afford fancy teleprimes is it preferred to use AF or MF for birds?
Jan
17
comment Lens Focus Issues
You say these shots were manually focused. In that case It's your fault if the subject isn't in focus. How is this the lens' fault?
Jan
6
comment What is the relationship between ISO, aperture, and shutter speed?
@matt: Thanks. Yours is a great answer too, +1.
Jan
6
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Jan
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answered What is the relationship between ISO, aperture, and shutter speed?
Jan
5
comment What camera & lens combination(s) are ideal for animal and bird photography?
Whatever focal length you have isn't enough.
Dec
29
comment Why do electronic shutters expose row by row?
@Omne: No. Sensing doesn't decrease the sensor's life.
Dec
29
answered Why do electronic shutters expose row by row?
Dec
28
answered Why does my film advance lever release the shutter when I let it go?
Dec
28
comment Do Raw camera images store colors logarithmically, with black near 0 and white at infinity?
@max: JPG are usually post-processes from the raw data by the camera using heuristics and defaults. They usually are somewhat logarithmic, but they aren't raw. Raw data is linear. That's the way the sensors work.
Dec
28
answered Do Raw camera images store colors logarithmically, with black near 0 and white at infinity?
Dec
26
answered How to show great heights and depths without the road dividing the picture into two halves?
Dec
24
comment Why do lightbulbs look too bright in my photos?
@matt: He said the lens has a problem, so maybe it's in two parts.
Dec
24
revised Why do lightbulbs look too bright in my photos?
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Dec
23
comment Why do lightbulbs look too bright in my photos?
@wed: A dirty lens doesn't change exposure, but does smear out the image. This is often unnoticed until you take a picture of something bright with well defined edges against something dark.
Dec
23
answered Why do lightbulbs look too bright in my photos?
Dec
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Dec
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answered Will polarizing filter or UV filter address those reflections?
Dec
18
comment Why is the phone reflected in a photo it took?
You took this picture while sitting in a car, or more likely something with a more vertical windshield like a pickup truck, right?