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Blending Two Textures Containing Hard Line [closed]

I'm simply looking to make the change between furs a little less rough: I wasn't sure how to ask the question, and everything I searched gave results that just weren't exactly what I was trying to ...
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Miranda 530TZ Sync to pc cables

I have a Miranda 530TZ Flash unit, (used came without any other bits), that works OK, but I need a "sync to PC" cable. Are all sync cable jacks the same size? Many internet searches haven't ...
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Is this a Minolta SR mount?

I need some help understanding if this lens is a Minolta SR mount lens and if it is possible to adapt it onto my MFT camera. I have this Vivitar 80-200mm 1:4.5 mc Zoom lens. on researching i think it ...
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Light leak or am I the problem?

I am very new to film, so I understand that this may be some silly questions for you all, but your kindness and help is appreciated! I was recently gifted a Nikon FG20, which I took for some practice ...
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How do I convert my softbox to Bowens mount?

I've had a softbox with a mount like this for a while, as I was using it with a speedlight: Here is the back of my actual item (there seem to be a few less screws on mine): but I recently got one ...
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Recover trashed photos from the Internal Memory on the Instax Mini Evo

I accidentally deleted a good chunk of photos off the internal memory of my Instax Mini Evo - is there any way to recover these? I thought I had put an SD card in but realized I only did so in another ...
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50MM 1.8 Lense will not longer focus using Alston adapter

I have had the Alston Mount Adapter CEF-SE for a year. I recently started experiencing manual and autofocus issues when using any of my Canon lenses. At first, it would allow me to focus or attempt to ...
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Nikon Lens dropping focus

I use my camera for sports photography and midway through an event on Sunday my Nikon Nikkor AF-P 70-300mm VR ED lens stopped focusing correctly. It have not dropped or hit it the lens just stopped ...
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How to calculate average gamma from gray scale?

I need to calculate average gamma from 9-step grayscale. I have a grayscale measurement export from HCFR. I can calculate gamma for every gray step like this: Row A is the grayscale measurement ...
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Tamaron 150-500 A011 lens auto focus issue

I bought the Tamaron 150-600 A011 lens 7 years ago. As I was focused on my work, the lens was being used rarely. I was having VR issues which are not yet resolved due to motor problems. I also found ...
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Is EXIF timestamp affected by write buffering?

In general, if you capture an image at time X, but the camera is write buffering after a long continuous shot burst, when the image is written to card at time ...
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How to clean and how much is a lens cleaning service in the Philippines

I just recently saw my lens having fungus on lower front glass, it doesnt affect the output but im just going to ask that since that there is a fungus present in the lens now, will it become worse if ...
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Why the red colour light on the bridge appears differently in these two photograph?

I took both photo in a nearby locations of the bridge around the same time and lighting condition (night time). The first photo is from an iPhone 15. It is faithful to what I see with my naked eye. ...
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Disagreement about DOF and the factors that influence it

I came across a youtube video that discusses some aspects of depth of field in photography/videography. Some things that have been said collided with my understanding of DOF. I then had a long ...
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ISO blinking on Olympus omd10 ii how to correct exposure

Using Olympus omd 10 ii with kits lens 14-42. My question is mode set in A, therefore shutter speed adjusts accordingly , I hope. Trying to photograph late afternoon/ dusk and iso is blinking. I ...
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What does the "Full" error on a Nikon Z50 screen mean?

Has anyone experienced the Nikon Z50 error where the screen keeps blinking with the word FULL? I can't adjust my aperture and shutter speed, only ISO. And when I look at the view, it's just black. It ...
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I have strange markings on my 2nd hand camera back display. Is that fixable?

I received a second hand Panasonic camera and have strange markings on the screen. Can it be fixed? It hasn’t been dropped by me, wetted or anything that can do that. And the eye scanner has a red ...
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Seeking lens recommendation [closed]

For a starter DSLR, I got the Canon Rebel T7. It came with a 75-300 Zoom lens, but I quickly realized that it does not bring subjects close enough. What do you recommend for a cost-effective and not-...
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Calculating FOV for mismatched lens/sensor size

I have this 50mm lens that gives the FOV for a 2/3" sensor in its spec sheet: Diagonal: 12.6° Horizontal: 10.1° Vertical: 7.6° I have this camera, which, according to its spec sheet, has a 1/2....
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Canon EOS90D Auto-focus indicator light

I have a Canon EOS90D and would like the auto-focus indicator light to come on in all light conditions. Can anyone help with the required settings?
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What 35mm photographic color film from 1984 has "B Y I - 41 6" edge marking at top and "1 1A 1B" frame numbering at the bottom?

While scanning old 35mm film negatives I came across one roll of color film negatives from 1984 of which I cannot determine the type. At the top there's no color edge marking, there's only the ...
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Recombining scans of film negatives accidentally cut in half in the lab

I'm currently digitizing analog film and sometimes the lab technician did a poor job cutting the film negative in strips. This means that sometimes I end up with a frame split across 2 film strips. ...
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War Surplus film 616 [closed]

After cleaning out our parents homes, my husband and I came across some War Surplus film. I would like to find a place to develop them. Does anyone know of such a place?
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What is wrong with my 0.15x fisheye adapter, by Weltblick, a Kenko/Soligor/Spiratone clone (or not)?

I have bought this 0.15x fish-eye lens adapter on eBay: But it turns out to be practically unusable with any camera. I thought it was a clone-of-a-clone of the (in)famous Kenko 0.15x adapter, which ...
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Godox TT600 triggering via cable driven from Arduino

May I use an Arduino microcontroller to fire a Godox TT600 by a cable? I am using this device to trigger remotely a DSLR camera. This Arduino fires a relay, which controls the cable.Gid
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How can I correct for GND color cast between filtered and unfiltered areas, in post?

From How to Correct GND Filter Effects in Photoshop for Consistent Exposure and Color? in the /r/photography subreddit: I have captured an image using a GND filter, which has resulted in noticeable ...
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How to photograph a fresco located high up in a church?

I need to take a high-resolution photo of a fresco that is located inside a church, in the nave, about 4-5 meters high. From where would it be optimal to take such a photo? If I use a standard tripod, ...
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Can I use an Enlarger for scanning negatives?

I was doing some reading about how to properly scan my negative films with my digital camera. I came a cross this wonderful post about how to create your own ICC profiles for your films, the catch is ...
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Properly scanning/editing Film with mirrorless camera

I am scanning film at home using a mirrorless camera. My results are lacklustre at best with colors being wonky, especially in the shadows. Especially photos that have a lot of negative space (night ...
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Embossed date markings on old Kodachrome slide frame

I'm processing boxes of old family slides. My father put an annotation on some of them (but I believe quite some time later, since in the same tray there are pictures from different years, but all ...
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Can I easily and automatically fix contrast and color on a 35mm scan that contains sprocket holes?

I often prefer to scan film including the sprocket holes, especially when the image bleeds over the perforations a little bit, as in this example: The raw results from the scanner are usually very ...
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Consent for multiple photos at a UK sports event

Given this situation: a photographer working for a UK sports venue where general public can attend (with tickets) photos taken are of of various different types, wide group shots down to individuals ...
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When to use image stacking?

By image stacking I mean the averaging of a number of separate photos to reduce noise, not focus stacking to increase depth of field. This requires the subject to be static and the use of a tripod. So ...
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How do I get the photos on the internal memory of my Instax Mini EVO?

I took photos on my Instax Mini EVO using its internal memory and I'm trying to transfer them to a microSD card. But when I put in my microSD card, it doesn’t show the photos I have in the internal ...
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Can't get rid of hyperlapse flickering on post-processing after using Lightroom and LRTimelapse

I have a Sony A7C with the basic Sony FE 28-60mm F4-5.6 lens, and I went to one of the 3 best places in the world to see the night sky. I tried to shoot a night sky hyperlapse using the interval ...
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What is the maximum size SD card supported by the Canon IXUS 50?

Am using a 2GB SD-card with a Canon IXUS 50/SD400 Digital ELPH. I tried a 4GB card but got an error saying the card is "locked". The card is not write protected, and works fine in a couple ...
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Calibrating using two color targets?

I have two color targets, one is the x-rite Colorchecker Digital SG, the one is CMP Digital Target Studio Edition. While the x-rite one is missing some brighter color patches like pink, the CMP target ...
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Calculate the coordinates for secondaries on CIE chromacity diagram?

I'm trying to use this solution to calculate the secondary coordinates from primaries: https://photo.stackexchange.com/a/75238/115749 But it won't work for any other primary than those in the solution ...
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Measure the area of an object in an image by using fx and fy and given distance (distance between camera and object pixel-wise)

I want to measure the area of an object in an image. I have fx and fy of the camera and also since I am using depth camera I have the distance between camera and the object pixel-wise. Could you ...
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How does double Native ISO function?

My question are based on two things. SNR can be modeled by the poisson distribution and with increasing illuminance, noise increases (shot noise) but so does the SNR. Cinema camera sensors have a ...
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Recreate vintage 70s-90s photo with new DSRL

I ask for your advise in recreating those 70s-90s photographs like this picture I took from a printing whose author is Elizaveta Porodina (2023). What is the technique used to create such a picture, ...
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Brightness of a full frame lens mounted on aps-c vs mounting an identical native aps-c lens [duplicate]

I am a bit confused about the effect of using a full-frame lens on a aps-c camera on the brightness of the resulting image. Lets say we have two lenses: A full frame 50mm f2 lens An aps-c 50mm f2 ...
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Loading film through first spindle [closed]

It was my first time loading film in but after watching more videos now i think i have done it wrong. I fed the film through the first spindle. Is it meant to go in the second spindle? The camera is ...
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Can image metadata taken with a camera phone be trusted?

I’m wondering how accurate the metadata is on iPhone 12 photos taken. I understand time, date, and location info is easily modified. My question relates to the phone/camera description of the device ...
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Why does turning on flash cause a change in exposure

I bought my first flash unit (Godox) and I am trying to understand how it works. Here’s what I don’t understand: when I look at the live view on my Nikon Z camera I have see an underexposed scene. The ...
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How do I combine mirror lockup and bracketing on my Nikon D7500?

This question asked about multiple exposures with the mirror up on a D7000. I have a slightly different question. Is it possible to combine mirror lockup with bracketing on a D7500? I haven't seen ...
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Is a used point and shoot digital compact a good solution to get a camera for my kid with minimal focus/shutter lag?

I am trying to get a kid interested in photography and am looking for a camera that has no shutter lag/delay for a 9-10 year old kid. Probably a used point and shoot to keep the cost low (<$200). ...
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Contax tvs I: blurry pictures even though focus lock is on

iso 400 on autofocus lock and P
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How do I keep this camera strap from coming loose?

I have this [now discontinued] PolarPro shoulder strap. The strap is great, except for the annoying, and dangerous, issue with the strap loops on the bottom coming loose overtime. I have developed a ...
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How do I flatten a big color target for shooting

I just brought a new color target but upon a week it started to curl up so I couldn't shoot it with even lighting. The target is about 16 x 12 inch. I have asked the seller for help and he said to ...
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