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Is there an option in Lightroom for listing the missing (questionmarked) photos?
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In the Library module, try Library -> Find All Missing Photos. I have LR 5, so I know it's in there. I don't know about LR 4.

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Intermediate Learning
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I would consider myself as roughly fitting into that category. I have a couple main suggestions for you. Shoot a lot. Doesn't really matter what format it's in, what camera or lens you use, whatever. ...

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How can I get the image/sensor dimensions in mm to get Circle of Confusion from EXIF?
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I'm out of my element here, but... I did some testing and it seems that if you take the horizontal/vertical resolution of the camera's sensor, divide that by the Focal Plane Horizontal/Vertical ...

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How can I minimize distortion in my panorama if I don't have a panorama tripod?
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For reducing parallax, check out this helpful article. It has useful information on finding and using the no-parallax point on any lens, as do the links it includes at the bottom. Essentially, as you ...

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How to photograph your hand such that it appears that it is in a computer screen?
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Here is the tutorial: Watch on YouTube. Got it from this Flickr page. In a nutshell: Move all your icons off screen. Take a photo of your hand in front of the screen, making sure that you leave ...

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Bokeh of the human eye - How does it look like & vary across apertures and individuals?
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I've wondered this myself, but never thought to ask. I'm not qualified to give a good answer, but it seems to me that, as Michael said, the bokeh is projected in the shape of the iris, which is ...

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find source image and it's copyright
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This is not a complete solution, but TinEye is a good tool for finding what other places use a certain image, even if it's a different size. Could be a good place to start.

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What is this effect, with millions of coloured light dots surrounding people in the dark?
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It looks to me like the picture you linked to involves multiple mirrors. It seems to have been taken in some sort of studio with mirrored walls. I've attached a copy of the photo here with the ...

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Sharpening when editing RAW in CS6 from LR5
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I made a few assumptions about your first question and did a quick test. I opened a DNG image in Lightroom 5 that I had never touched after import. It had the standard +25 sharpening applied to it ...

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DSLR Lens For Close Range Full Body Shots
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Wide-Angle lenses generally aren't recommended for portraits, since they distort features. Something around a 50mm lens is, for some people, the widest they are generally willing to go unless they ...

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Do Lenses have a lifespan?
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Moving parts inside the lens (especially if it has/uses autofocus or image stabilization) wear out over time. Glass can grow mold (or something similar). The better the build quality of a lens the ...

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Is it worth to buy a pop up flash difuser?
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Anything is better than nothing (and at around $5 for a 3-pack it's definitely worth a try), but if you will use flash frequently, I would invest in a real, dedicated flash unit. Even a low-end flash ...

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Nikkor lenses: is there any means to know if a lense mount is in metal or plastic
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I think these are the only Nikon lenses that use plastic mounts: 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 (II, VR, and G) 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 55-200mm f/4-5.6

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