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Maximum useful resolution for scanning 35mm film
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Your 1m x 1.5m print has a resolution. If this were dpi, you could have 39.3in x 59.6in, and if that were 300 dpi, then it would be 11790px x 17880px. So, if you wanted to print at 300dpi, you ...

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How could I have capture better the lighting for this photo
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You need to manipulate the camera tools to achieve the look you want for your subject. The exposure of an image applies across the entire image frame. It isn't selective. If you expose the image for ...

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What is needed in order to produce good quality photographic wallpaper for a smallish room?
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Consider the size of the area to which you are projecting or printing the image to. I am going to assume you are printing. We should probably note that this may not work well if you are standing close ...

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A camera that takes real photos without manipulation like old analog cameras
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All cameras, lenses, and recording surfaces like film or a sensor will produce different image qualities. In digital, if a camera can shoot RAW files, these can have more flexibility for you to edit ...

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How do I supply metadata when digitizing a print, slide, and negative library?
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You can edit exif metadata with an editor, command line, or in photo software like Adobe Lightroom. You can adjust date, camera and lens info, and even add GPS coordinates.

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How to avoid clogging / drying out of an inkjet printer if it is not used over a longer period of time?
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I think the general guideline for ink is two years from the manufacture date. For Prograf, that may be less. There may even be an expiry date printed for some grades/brands of ink cartridges I have ...

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Would a polarizer filter work on the ipad camera to stop screen glare reflections on eyeglasses?
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You could try using a small polarizer filter over the camera, but it is probably easier to try changing the angle of, or in relation to, the light source. The glare is ultimately created by the light ...

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Transfer Lightroom watermark and export settings to new computer
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Right click on the Export Setting preset you want to save. Click Export. Save to a directory. Bring this file to your new machine, and go to the Lightroom export dialog. Make sure to install any ...

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Why is there heavy dust and scratches only on the darker part of scanned color prints?
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This can be normal when scanning pictures. The scanner works by shining a bright light onto the surface of the paper. Dust and fibers can easily reflect back into the scanning sensor, and are more ...

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Live view on my Nikon D7000 is too dark
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The LCD display is not a good way to check the brightness of an image. Most camera LCDs are not perfectly calibrated, and may not have a screen brightness (NIT) that can compete with something like ...

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How to research flicker free controllable continuous RGB light sources?
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The flicker or banding is caused by the light pulsing while the sensor rows are scanning across the frame. It is possible to reduce this if you have your speed at multiples of the electricity Hz. In ...

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Picture looking sharp in Live View mode, then losing sharpness after picture has being taken
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Depending on how live-view is handled, the aperture and speed for live-view can be different than your actual settings for snapping the photo. This can cause the DOF to be deeper during live view than ...

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Which “square filter” brand does this hood belong to?
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To me, that looks like a Cokin brand filter hood.

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Is there an optimal order when using both polarized and ND filters on a lens?
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A polarizer usually cuts down on some light transmission, perhaps by as much as 2 stops. You absolutely can stack your filters. Many people do it to achieve different effects. The only potential ...

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Are previews compatible between Lightroom versions?
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If I understand your question correctly, yes, as you upgrade Lightroom to new versions the previews should be compatible, in my experience. Before CC Lightroom, I even recall using the previews ...

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How can I export photos from lightroom CC with filenames ordered by capture date / timestamp?
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When you import the files from card into Lightroom, in the import settings you can copy and rename the file and add date and time in front of the original file name. This should help with organization....

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Canon 70-300mm blurry wide open at infinity - stars and distant lights
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I believe what you are experiencing is the result of one or more issues. First, I would say that tails are indicative of trailing which is caused by the speed setting. Depending on your focal length, ...

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Photographing paintings, what light mods to use and what how to set up linear polarizing filters?
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You should attach the Linear polarizer filter gels to the flash, ideally with barndoors. This will achieve the maximum effect. You may have to change their angle, as you do to the camera's circular ...

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camera shutter works only with live view shooting
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Sometimes with the earlier rebel series cameras, when going in and out of live view, the shutter can act sticky. Make sure you are in a photo mode (PASM) and that you are not using live view. If it is ...

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Shimmering waters without reflection
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I am not entirely sure I understand this correctly, perhaps you can describe it a little more. But generally, the glare from the water's surface can be reduced by using a circular polarizer filter in ...

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