Time to be with your loved ones

Time to be with loved ones

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Feb
9
comment Why the trend of faded vintage photography?
These photos have been annoying me for a good 2 years now. I hope to god that 2 years is the full life-span of this tacky insta-fad. (end angry rant)
Feb
5
comment Why don't cameras provide you with DOF information?
@MichaelClark - please note in this case I did specify "to give an IDEA of the DOF " - they really are "dumbing down" lenses aren't they!
Feb
5
comment Why don't cameras provide you with DOF information?
no, they are even referred to in the user manual (for that lens) as "Depth of Field Markings" - Not sure what you mean, Subject distance is marked on the distance scale..
Feb
5
comment Why don't cameras provide you with DOF information?
Is this an answer to a different question??
Feb
5
answered Why don't cameras provide you with DOF information?
Feb
4
comment Same Lightroom Catalog changes colour tone on different machines?
Could it be a difference in local colour profiles?
Jan
29
revised Why are there no DSLR cameras with protective curtains for lens exchange?
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Jan
29
revised Why are there no DSLR cameras with protective curtains for lens exchange?
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Jan
29
comment Why are there no DSLR cameras with protective curtains for lens exchange?
@Hugo - the Sigma SD1 Merrill has a GLASS element, not quite what you were referring to...
Jan
29
answered Why are there no DSLR cameras with protective curtains for lens exchange?
Jan
29
comment About Raw file format of Hasselblad H5D
We're probably going to ASSUME Its the Hassel-back.
Jan
21
comment Can I use these old lenses from DVT vision systems on modern cameras?
Some sort of tele-converter should be able to get around the image circle size problem, at the expense of a longer exposure...
Jan
17
comment Do colors in photographs depend on ambient temperature?
@OlinLathrop - you say "the sensitivity of blue drops off more quickly with cold than does the sensitivity of green and red." (Slide film) - Would this then actually have the opposite effect? meaning there is LESS blue in cold-film images?
Jan
17
revised Do colors in photographs depend on ambient temperature?
changed color BACK to colour!
Jan
17
comment Do colors in photographs depend on ambient temperature?
Ahh I missed that one! I was trying to find the "Site Guidelines" that Michael referred to in his edit comment. I have therefore changed my answer back to Ye Olde ENGLISH :-) (Because I'm in that sort of mood today!)
Jan
17
revised Do colors in photographs depend on ambient temperature?
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Jan
17
comment Do colors in photographs depend on ambient temperature?
Well ok, i know what you are saying, if you want to re-word my answer please go ahead. I mean its not something that can be set or changed in-camera on-the-fly. On a side note, why did Michael Clark feel compelled to change my (correct British) spelling of 'Colour' to the american 'color'?
Jan
17
comment Do colors in photographs depend on ambient temperature?
"previously a photographer"... this might explain why :-D
Jan
17
comment Do colors in photographs depend on ambient temperature?
Sorry i didnt explain that bit quite right, i edited it just as you posted the comment!
Jan
17
revised Do colors in photographs depend on ambient temperature?
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