Napioa - Wind Origins

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answered How good is the Lowepro Fastpack 250?
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comment What do you do with your camera clock time in relation to time zones?
It seems that everyone has their own approach, I'm not sure if there is a common theme other than be consistent in whichever approach you take.
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comment What do you do with your camera clock time in relation to time zones?
I think being consistent is really great advice. I have the routine I've kind of fallen into of updating the time zones as I travel but I'm wondering if I should consider a different approach.
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comment What do you do with your camera clock time in relation to time zones?
Interesting stuff, thank you.
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comment What do you do with your camera clock time in relation to time zones?
Sadly my 5DMK2 doesn't support time zones. This would seem to be the ideal solution.
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comment What are the first few photography books someone should read?
This is a superb book. It's in the 3rd edition now and is well worth a read for anyone starting out (even experienced photographers might learn something). It provides a really solid grounding in exposure control.
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answered Is there anything to watch out for when upgrading Lightroom 3 to 4?
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comment How does exposure fusion work?
In my experience exposure fusion generally makes for a far more realistic/pleasing image but I understand that this is down to personal preference. The exposure fusion functionality in Photomatix Pro is very good.