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answered Why the need for SLR in digital cameras?
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comment Why the need for SLR in digital cameras?
Nearly every DSLR in existence at least has the option of doing this, and on most it is enabled by default. In fact, it wasn't until relatively recently that so-called "live-view" modes started appearing on DSLRs that allow you to even use the LCD as a real-time image display.
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revised What is a good amount of noise reduction to apply in post-processing?
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comment What is a good amount of noise reduction to apply in post-processing?
Ok, this is a fair point. I was attempting to make the question less subjective, but this way of phrasing made it seem like I was expecting a "one-size-fits-all" solution. I do recognize that this is a subjective issue that may depend a lot on the photo, but I'm trying to figure out what is "generally accepted" as looking good. Or should the take-home message be that there is no generally accepted "good" amount of noise?
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revised What is a good amount of noise reduction to apply in post-processing?
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answered What is a good amount of noise reduction to apply in post-processing?
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asked What is a good amount of noise reduction to apply in post-processing?
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awarded  Nice Question
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accepted Lightroom plugin development — is it worth it?
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comment Lightroom plugin development — is it worth it?
Fabulous answer! Thanks a lot!
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answered What is a simple and effective method to sharpen for web output in Photoshop?
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accepted What autofocus zone selection mode should I use for action/event shooting?
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comment What autofocus zone selection mode should I use for action/event shooting?
Interesting idea -- in most of my photos I spend a lot of time trying to get the crop right in camera, this is the first time I've heard the advice "crop loosely and deal with it later". But I think for this type of photography, that makes a lot of sense.