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Jan
17
answered Do colors in photographs depend on ambient temperature?
Jan
16
comment Should I always use point-autofocus and spot metering while shooting a small restless bird in a bush?
I thought that seemed odd!
Jan
15
comment Can a image have different XResolution and YResolution?
I know its a video thing, but is this also applicable to Anamorphic film when digitised?
Jan
14
comment How to make female chest look bigger?
+1 for most amusing question of the day :-)
Jan
14
answered Website to get ideas for trick photography
Jan
10
comment How to capture a small red light?
This is a really interesting question actually!
Jan
10
answered How to fix blurry pictures taken with sony digital camera
Jan
10
comment How to fix blurry pictures taken with sony digital camera
Do you mean fix the pictures that you have already taken? or stop future pictures from being blurry?
Jan
9
comment What's wrong with portrait orientation?
Get an old Hasselblad or Polaroid - then you have no choice, its Square :-)
Jan
9
answered What happens if I print an image 10x15 if it was cropped 18x13?
Jan
8
accepted What is special about the SENSOR in a Light-field camera?
Jan
8
comment What is special about the SENSOR in a Light-field camera?
I thought you'd do a bit more digging on that :-) They also go on to say in the Tech specs that there are 100 pixels per micro-lens (that being a 10x10 array)
Jan
8
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is special about the SENSOR in a Light-field camera?
Jan
8
comment What is special about the SENSOR in a Light-field camera?
aaaaaah OK! that makes sense. I was struggling to figure out how on earth you could measure the incident angle of light onto a single pixel. However, lets see if anyone can give more than an "As far as I know" answer...
Jan
8
asked What is special about the SENSOR in a Light-field camera?
Jan
8
comment Can I use a photograph on Facebook or elsewhere that I sold to an artist and are there any copyright infringements
Is it a photograph of the artist's work? as that changes things again...
Jan
7
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
7
answered Is there a human factor involved in the quality of photo prints when you take your pics to a photo-lab?
Jan
6
answered Why are fixed-aperture lenses not more popular?
Jan
4
comment Is this a real photo of NYC?
Thats insane! it looks like Sim City!