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Is my RB67 back missing a part?

Just got an RB67 Pro with Pro S 120 film back. In the photo below, there is (I think) a little piece missing that should hold the film spool in place (where the arrow points to). Right now, the film ...
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Is this possibly damage to the sensor? [duplicate]

I bought this Canon 20D on Ebay some years ago, so I don't know its history. I do know that until today I haven't ever touched the sensor. I recently started using a 100 mm macro lens (these photos ...
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How do I make Lightroom's “Done” Button show up?

something not so funny,for me,happened yesterday. My cat went on my desk and she pressed with her paws different keys,as i was in ligtroom and my 'DONE' button is gone,it's not so big deal but i'm ...
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What is the 'Standard' negative film stock for landscape photography?

What are some usual choices of negative 120 films for landscape photography and their pros and cons? I looked at Ilford Delta 100, but I'm not really sure about the t-grain as I'm not really sure how ...
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1answer
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Nikon Equipment Upgrade Recommendation (for wildlife) [closed]

Forgive me if these kinds of questions are not permitted here, I have no local photography experts/shops so am left with very few options... I am currently in the process of upgrading all of my ...
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2answers
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What is this long thin mark on my lens, fungus or dust?

What is this long thin mark on my lens, fungus or dust?
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Motion RAW Videos possible? [migrated]

Sorry for the rushed question I don't have time. So my good old DSC W610 could shoot MJPEG but I always wanted an RAW video so I could make wallpapers from the scenery videos I Shoot. Is this ...
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Continious shooting bracketing on a Nikon D7500

With my old D80 if you set up bracketing and held down the button it would shoot the bracketed shots as fast as it could and then stop. I can find no setting on my D7500 that produces this same ...
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Why did this image accidentally taken with a phone come out as if through a slit framed with long hair?

This picture where taken by the phone without user input. Our grandchild was sitting! He has short hair. Any idea how this happen??? Grandma had phone in hand but was not taking pictures
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Flash intensity levels aren't the same across consecutive photographs

I'm not sure how else to put it, but it is what it exactly sounds like. When I take consecutive pictures in Aperture priority mode, it so happens that the first image is probably brighter (high flash) ...
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Creating light field from two photos

Most of the light field cameras (lytro, etc.) are creating light fields from a dense array of images. How about creating a light field from very sparse views? For example, if I have two photos taken ...
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1answer
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Exposure in Astrophotography [closed]

So, when taking a photo of the stars, I've generally taken photos at about ISO 3200, 20 seconds, f/3.5. I subsequently stack about 5 of them to get rid of the noise, which seems to work relatively ...
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How can I rename files to match their EXIF “created date”?

I have around 3000 jpeg photos all with names like "DSC_0596". The metadata has the date the photo was created, which would be much more useful. Is there a way to extract the date from the metadata ...
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Dealing with RAW + jpg collections in Darktable: I only want to export processed RAW

If I have a bunch of pictures transferred from a camera, where the camera was set up to do RAW+jpg, I can click the "G" button in Darktable to "group" the RAW and JPEG images together in the "...
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How to force to automatically continue VIDEO-Recording after being stopped (after 12 mins or so) [migrated]

Most photo-cameras (canon or whatever) has the limit, as most of them stop the video-recording after 12 minutes. AFAIK, it is related to SD-CARD limits (as FAT format can hold max 4gb file). However, ...
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How to remove the blur in the raw image(.cr2) using photoshop cc 2018 [duplicate]

I'm new to photography. The raw picture(.cr2) is out of focus. It focuses background instead of the person in the picture, and the person in the picture is really blurred, and the background is very ...
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1answer
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How do I activate Depth of Field Preview on a Canon Eos 100?

I have searched the internet for some time now, and have found multiple mentions of a "depth of field preview" function on the Canon EOS 100 (the analog one from 1991. I have used a Canon EOS 100 for ...
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Take a picture and generate a Bar code to add the picture at the same time [duplicate]

I need to take a lot of Products Pictures , I need to generate and adding at the same time that i trigger the photo a Bar Code with, is it posible? Please, teach me
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1answer
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How can I share and edit images in my library across multiple devices with Lightroom Classic CC 2019?

I'm pretty new to Lightroom Classic CC. I've used Lightroom CC for some time and this wasn't an issue, because the images were stored in the Creative Cloud. However for some reasons I've decided to ...
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One camera unable to focus in low light, different camera, same brand model, has no problem

With a Canon T3i mounted in a camera/flash tower, the camera cannot focus in low ambient light with dark complected subjects. All the settings are preset as this is being used in a drivers license ...
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How does Auto ISO calculate its predicted ISO value? [duplicate]

Just a further clarification : I know what ISO is and what Auto-ISO is. I was wondering how does Auto-ISO actually calculate the right ISO it thinks is suitable for a scene?
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Does the EXIF data “DateTimeOriginal” get recorded at the start or end of the exposure?

I am working to determine the orbit of a satellite based on a long exposure photograph, and need precise observations.
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1answer
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How to set color levels (or white point level) on all layers of an image using gimp?

I have an image with multiple layers, and I have to set the same white point on all pf them. how can I do it without selecting each layer at once?
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What could cause a Canon 70D communications error with zoom lens?

Periodically I get a communications error when using my Sigma 70-300mm lens with my Canon 70D. If I change lens all works. Half an hour later if I change the lens back to the Sigma it works - so the ...
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How can I get a high shutter speed and correct exposure when taking photos of horses in an indoor arena?

So I do a lot of inside photos. The problem that I'm having is a need a fast shutter speed without a flash. Like horses inside an arena. I can't have a flash but I need to take still photos. But the ...
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Taking Photograph Through Beamsplitting Glass so the object photographed cannot see camera lense back

I am new to beam splitting glass & its properties and possibilities, but I would like to think that it should be possible for me to some sort of beam splitting glass in order to be able to take a ...
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D3300, file labeling differs in one photoshoot: _DSC5202 and next can be DSC_5203, can I change it? [duplicate]

D3300, file labeling differs in one photoshoot: labeling can be: _DSC5202 and next can be DSC_5203, difference is only in the placement of sign( _ ) can I change it? I want it to be one way or ...
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how can I have equivalent exposure and identical white balance while changing f stops using speedlight?

how can I have equivalent exposure and identical white balance while changing f stops using speedlight? im shooting from shoes when it comes to the moment of changing f stops from 5 to 16 in order to ...
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What is causing these artifacts in a photo of lightning?

What are the almost pixelated edges in this photo called? What would cause it? The photo is cropped so it stands out more. I find it often happens with highlights with softer edges. You may need to ...
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Why would tying a camera remote to the back of a lens barrel be impractical?

The thought: Having at least shutter, meter on, and AEL toggle - maybe also ISO up/down, maybe also aperture up/down and focus mode, af point selection for modern automatic lenses, maybe also focus ...
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Beginners Guide To Connecting With Clients [duplicate]

I see a lot of advice about keeping your portfolios seperate if you do multiple subject photography ( Nature - Sports - Erotic ), and to me this seems like an obvious and easy thing to do if you have ...
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Can I use an fd-ef adapter together with an ef-eosm speedbooster?

I have an ef-eosm speedbooster for my M50. I just got a great deal on a FD 135mm 2.5 lens, and was wondering if I can put it together with an FD to EF adapter and the speedbooster. There doesn't seem ...
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Canon EOS 4000D Hot Shoe for Sync (with Studio Flashes)

The external Flash is not showing up in the configuration Menu when using Pixel TF-321 hot shoe. Is this the wrong adapter for that camera, as there is no X connection? I want to trigger a studio ...
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Trying to identify photo from numbers on back [duplicate]

27 13 N 2 N 3 2 48 are only identifiers..was wondering if it could be dated or placed by this. Ode?
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Calculation of Distance of an object given the field of view of camera [duplicate]

I am using an Olympus M. Zuiko 45mm f/1.8 Camera, I have to calculate the distance at which the lens should be present so that it captures the complete object at once. I know that the field of view ...
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1answer
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Are there intervalometers capable of powering off my Canon DSLR between shots for a multiple-day timelapse?

I'd like to do multi-day time lapses to show the growth of some of my plants. My question is this: how do I deal with camera power for a time lapse lasting multiple days? Naturally, the camera only ...
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1answer
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Why does push processing seem to be so popular?

It seems that many people are very eager to push their film. If you check sites such as Flickr or other communities discussing film photography, it can feel like almost as many people are shooting at ...
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How is 0EV for flash exposure compensation defined?

I'm trying to understand flash exposure compensation better. I get the relative scale, i.e., -1EV is half as much light as 0EV, but what is 0EV itself? Specifically: At 0EV, is the flash trying to ...
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How do I compensate for lack of minimum shutter speed when in Av mode with the Canon 750D (Rebel T6i)?

I'm fairly new to photography, and I own a Canon Rebel T6i. Besides manual mode I've learned about Tv and Av modes, which to be honest I really liked, mainly when I'm shooting on events with changing ...
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What is the difference between Flash Sync Speed and Flash Shutter Speed in Nikon menus?

Just got my first Nikon Flash (for my D7200), when I look into the bracket and flash menu, two items confuse me: "Flash Sync Speed" and "Flash Shutter Speed". For the Flash Sync Speed, there are ...
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Why won't my dSLR take photos with my Sigma 24-70 lens?

I have been using a Canon 60D for five years and recently, only when I am using my Sigma 24-70mm lens, it does not let me take pictures. When I look into the viewfinder, it is so dark (I assume that ...
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Connecting a camera to a telescope

in astrophotography with small telescopes there are principally 3 configuration: "prime focus" = NO camera lens + NO telescope eyepiece "eyepiece projection" = NO camera lens + YES telescope ...
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How to take a picture of my painting and have it square, when picture is square, rectangle when picture is rectangle?

I have been trying to make pictures of my art for a year and a half. I have tried 3 different cameras{cheap ones under $200.} but everyone in camera is nor square or rectangle when I need them to be. ...
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1answer
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Nikon Z6 USB charging

To charge the battery of the Z6 Nikon states in its user manual that the EH-7P AC charger is needed. However when I plug the camera into my computer (MacBook) and the camera is off, the orange LED on ...
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When calibrating a monitor, should I create different profiles with different light situations?

When calibrating my monitor (Eizo Flexscan EV2736), should I create different profiles for different light situations? For example a profile when the rooms light is switched on and a profile when the ...
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How to get the most out of low-level monochromatic light?

Do you have any best practices in general for shooting in low-level monochromatic light? This is easily my least favorite lighting condition. Say you're at a Halloween party, and everybody is hanging ...
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What is a good workflow for cropping images in the field

Sometimes when I am out taking photos I for some reason or another take a photo with then intention of cropping it later. (Can be lack of a long lens, straitening lines by taking only the top half or ...
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1answer
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Is an M42-to-Nikon F adapter with focus to infinity really mechanically impossible or just dangerous?

By conservative opinions, such a device is considered impossible. However, given the facts that: Some, especially preset style, M42 lenses have a body that is, on the rearmost few centimetres, no ...
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How to identify the original manufacturer of lenses branded JCPenney?

There are JCPenney branded lenses for which I wish to identify the manufacturer. How can I do so? It appears to have been common for redistributors to have encoded the manufacturer in the serial or ...
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How to identify the original manufacturer of lenses branded Focal (Kmart)?

There are Focal-branded lenses for which I wish to identify the manufacturer. I have read that Focal is the Kmart house brand for optical equipment (cameras, lenses, binoculars, etc). They also ...

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