Time to be with your loved ones

Time to be with loved ones

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location Malmö, Sweden
age 44
visits member for 2 years, 3 months
seen Mar 2 at 17:17

I am a hobby photographer that likes to photograph people and places.


Jan
13
asked Export options for printing with Aperture 3
Jan
13
comment What creative things can I do with incompatible lenses?
My guess is that you will have to remove the current lens to do anything creative. Thus you will expose your camera with the risk of getting dust into your camera.
Jan
13
answered What creative things can I do with incompatible lenses?
Jan
13
revised How to avoid double chin and glossy skin in portraits?
added 87 characters in body
Jan
12
comment Why does this Aperture smart album with flags & labels contain more than it should?
Ok, I have changed to "All". It seems to be working :)
Jan
12
awarded  Editor
Jan
12
revised Why does this Aperture smart album with flags & labels contain more than it should?
added 155 characters in body
Jan
12
comment How to avoid double chin and glossy skin in portraits?
Here are some of my portrait pictures where I have user Portrait Professional. In the photo with a girl in front of a Christmas tree a have used the "natural young women" preset. link
Jan
12
answered How to avoid double chin and glossy skin in portraits?
Jan
12
asked Why does this Aperture smart album with flags & labels contain more than it should?
Jan
12
awarded  Supporter
Jan
12
answered Aperture Master files
Jan
12
comment Which lens to buy: 50mm f/1.8G or 10-20mm as first extra lens for travel to Japan?
I use a Nikon D3000 which is a DX format camera and should in this respect be comparable to a Nikon D5100. I use the 35mm for general photographing and when I only want to have one lens with me. It is very light and small. It also a better general purpose lens than the 50mm. I use the 50mm primarily when I do portraits. The 50 mm have very good bokeh that I love when taking portraits.
Jan
12
awarded  Teacher
Jan
12
answered Which lens to buy: 50mm f/1.8G or 10-20mm as first extra lens for travel to Japan?
Jan
12
awarded  Autobiographer
Jan
12
awarded  Analytical