scorrpio

scorrpio

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  • Ok, you gotta be careful about this. The typical PHOTO legs/head connection is flat base. http://www.manfrotto.us/502hd-pro-fluid-video-head-flat-base-m-size The tops of legs is flat, typically ...
  • For video, they are quite important, since they determine the look of video. Camera doesn't record RAW video, it compresses it, so you have to live with the style you chose. Of note: if the video ...
  • And here be the opposite: the making of "EF-S 18-55 f/3.5-5.6L IS USM" http://parkinstyle.tistory.com/60
  • To make sure, you formatted this card in the Rebel or elsewhere?   Does this happen if you use the card ONLY in the Rebel?     (That is format in it, and shoot only with it)    Incidentally, how ...
  • Ah, those.  For them, a scowl and a growl is usually enough to send them running.    I can be quite mean and scary if needed.   I suppose those unfortunate enough to look more genial have to ...
  • Of course they don't 'peep'.   Peeping means covertly looking at something you are not supposed to see.   A good photographer will use the tools at his disposal to make sure the result is optimal ...
  • Generally, this is nothing but a form of snobbery and "me too"  mentality. Expensive gear does not look any less expensive if you just cover the name plate.   Maybe if you tape it all over so it ...
  • You better deliver on that promise, or next time you'll be paid in rotten tomatoes. Delivered to the face at high speed.
  • I have no problem with buying used if the margin is wide enough.   However, if used vs new is something like 5% difference, I'll rather get the new.
  • I use LightRoom to import RAW files, assign images to collections, add tags, rate, select keepers etc.    LR allows easy creation of virtual copes, various methods of stacking, candidate/select ...
  • According to 'The Martrix', your 'hard copies' are already digital anyway.
  • I bought a Sigma 70-200 f/2.8 HSM used for $560.   I used it extensively for almost 4 years.   In forests, at beaches, in light rain, in snow, while out skiing.   Never used a filter.   Always had ...
  • Replied in Good riddance.
    99% of that look has absolutely nothing to do what goes behind the lens.    It is the way the movie is set up, scripted, acted, directed, lit, etc.   If you replicate the shooting setups of 'Red ...
  • The problem is that 1.  Same effect would come from every directed light source - i.e. flashlight.   In fact, the very purpose of this paint is to be more visible in car headlights. 2.  It reflects ...
  • Nope, that won't cut it.   It is simply a paint that makes application area a lot more reflective.   And this area will be visible to human eye in ANY kind of light. The only distinguishing quality ...
  • To start, I highly recommend Adobe's own ' Classroom in a Book ' series.  These books are a sequence of in-depth step-by step tutorials that familiarize you with most features of the software. ...
  • There are a number of things that make expensive tripods and heads expensive. Sturdiness, vibration resistance, portability, durability, versatility, size, etc etc. Consider a photographer who uses ...
  • "Class" is speed rating of slower, earlier cards, in MB/sec write speed.   A class 6 card can write at least 6MB/sec, and class 10 can do at least 10MB/sec. Of course, as we move to UHS being the ...
  • Sigma 17-70 f/2.8-4 is about the closest one. http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/909806-REG/Sigma_884101_17_70mm_f_2_8_4_DC_Macro.html
  • Oh puh-lease.   The very fact of us viewing these images on our monitors over the Internet means they have been digitized, scaled down and adopted to standard-gamut sRGB most modern displays ...
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