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answered Difference between Canon 18-55mm IS II and IS STM?
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answered What is the effect of changing the Aperture
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comment Is the build-quality of the Canon 60D as good as the 40D?
If you're going to use it for video I would recommend looking at the 70d which has the DPAF for focusing during video/live view and touch screen focusing which were included to market toward videographers.
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answered Too heavy a lens?
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answered Canon 50mm f1.4 no longer focuses reliably
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comment Do all my speedlites need to be trigered wirelessly to do proper HSS?
Your terminology is not clear. When you say "slave" do you mean "optically triggered"?
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answered Do all my speedlites need to be trigered wirelessly to do proper HSS?
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comment What Is The Scale Of The Y Axis of The Histogram in Lightroom / ACR?
@pedr I think it has to do with the gradient. The graph goes from 0-255 and I suspect that the gradient isn't as linear because it may not be that aesthetically pleasing or near the ends it takes more solid to give the pure black or pure white appearance.
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comment What Is The Scale Of The Y Axis of The Histogram in Lightroom / ACR?
@Pedr pretty much it. It's more useful to know if the distribution of pixels leans brighter/darker/etc than to know exactly how many pixels are bright/dark/etc. Therefore the scale is not important, only how much higher/lower one part of the graph is compared to the others.
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answered What Is The Scale Of The Y Axis of The Histogram in Lightroom / ACR?
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answered D7100: How to adjust default settings?
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comment Creating a master photo archive - importing photos and detecting duplicates
@JohnSmith you would have to map one folder to another specifically, which could be quite intensive depending on how different your structures are. If the differences are limited to the top of the tree it'd be easier than if they're different all the way to the lowest level folder.
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answered Creating a master photo archive - importing photos and detecting duplicates
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answered Why do higher end lenses use USM instead of STM?
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reviewed Approve What criteria to consider to match cameras and lenses for shooting people at parties?
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comment What went wrong with this concert photo and what could I have done to make it better?
@blake in this context it means exposure compensation. 0 is normally exposed, positive values (+1,+2, etc) are overexposed and negative are underexposed.