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location Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Canada
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Oct
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awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
2
awarded  Yearling
Nov
22
answered Pros and Cons for using a camera strap and what better alternatives are available?
Nov
22
answered How does aperture size or shutter speed affect color temperature?
Aug
15
comment Are mirror lenses good for wildlife photography in daylight?
OH6KVU, my intuition tells me that vignetting would be less of an issue on cropped sensors. You're essentially cutting the corners out, where the vignetting is most apparent, no?
Jun
7
answered Is it practical and worthwhile to fit old SLR lenses to mirrorless digital cameras?
May
31
comment Lightroom vs. Elements vs. Photoshop: Side-by-side comparison?
You didn't mention your platform, but if you're on a Mac, you might consider Aperture. It does 95% of what I'd normally do (as a photographer) in Photoshop, and does it more intuitively and easier.
May
17
answered What is the best way to remove texture from a scanned textured photo paper?
Apr
19
comment Why no zoom lenses below f/2.8?
I can see that full-frame confers a noise advantage, but I think you missed my point that it confers no shutter-speed advantage.
Apr
5
answered Why no zoom lenses below f/2.8?
Mar
29
answered Will a variable neutral density filter produce similar results to a fixed neutral density filter?
Mar
15
answered Are mirror lenses good for wildlife photography in daylight?
Mar
15
answered Are mirror lenses good for wildlife photography in daylight?
Feb
16
awarded  Supporter
Feb
16
answered Is version control software used for photos?
Feb
9
answered Screw-in or square filters in the field?
Feb
3
awarded  Teacher
Feb
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awarded  Autobiographer
Feb
2
answered How important is auto focus and aperture control in a macro setup?