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bio website digital-lightcraft.co.uk
location Derby, England
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Nov
25
answered How can I keep my camera warm while photographing time lapses over a few hours of 25F / - 4C temperatures?
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Nov
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Sep
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Jun
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comment RGB colour correction of CCD camera images
Is this a crop from a larger image? - this appears to be chromatic aberration yes, if this is not from the center of the image but the top/bottom/side then this is the cause.
Jun
14
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
7
answered Possible to draw a custom grid on a focusing screen?
May
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Mar
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comment Should I switch from D300s to D700?
save up and buy a new camera - the D700 is 6 years old now, and misses many features seen on new cameras.
Mar
3
reviewed Approve Why do breathtaking views turn into “boring” photos, and how can I do better?
Feb
26
comment Why doesn't my fisheye adapter gives fisheye distortion on my APS-C DSLR?
You don't need an adapter to try it on the 35mm, just hold it over the lens and try it!
Feb
25
revised How is depth-of-field affected on micro format cameras?
makes it a bit easier to read, took me 3 attempts to see the change!
Feb
25
comment Does a larger sensor resolution increase the difficulty of shooting hand-held?
@clabacchio - yes you are right, sorry I was suffering with flu yesterday, my head felt like it was on backwards :-)
Feb
25
reviewed Approve Does a larger sensor resolution increase the difficulty of shooting hand-held?
Feb
24
comment How to best prepare, print, and display night photos?
Its not a complete answer so I wont submit one: Paper is VERY important for dark images. I have found that glossy / lustre media is best for giving really deep blacks (you want black to be BLACK don't you!) and quality matters - I have seen various cheap photo papers that produce a sort of slightly milky haze where ink is very heavy.