hanhait

hanhait

Lives in Netherlands Eindhoven, Netherlands
Works as a physicist
Joined on Oct 21, 2006

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  • Replied in purple dogs?
    Obviously the white-balance was mislead. In case a different WB does not solve the problem: some IR light may have leaked into the sensor; meaning that the dog should have been darker (closer to ...
  • The photographer owns the camera and obviously controls what is published (or deleted) or not. If the camera-owner makes it public, he still hold some rights I would say. Whether the camera is...

  • The 16-45 is known to have quite some CA, it can be lateral CA in this case. Als you exposed the - probably rather dark - inside correctly, this means that the hole is largely overexposed. ISO ...
  • The picture is ok, but the supermoon phenomenon is largely overhyped. You may get the same picture as with a 550 mm lens with a 'normal' full moon, that is not a spectacular difference. The effect ...
  • Thank you for your reaction. Just I wonder if the mirror is locked up in the 10-s delay mode. Also I wonder if it is possible to avoid the double-flap; isn't there a (rather slow) ...
  • You can try the 10s delay, or no delay with SR on or off. I'm always a bit suspicious about the 2 seconds delay as a nice harmonic movement induced anywhere in the mechanical chain may not damp ...
  • If you define one or a few 'user' settings you do not need a full reset the next time you turn a wheel accidentally.
  • Should we call this 'downsampling moire' or so ?  Is some jpeg-encryption used when displaying pictures on the screen ? By slightly adjusting the magnification (Ctrl-scroll) on the screen, I can ...
  • Impressive, but did you also try it without flash ? In the second picture some leaves in the foreground are so overexposed that they became white/grey.
  • 1. It's like her(!) left eye is just blinking, not so nice background and a bit asymmytric positioned, why ? 2. Nice unsharp background but her mouth is moving, 1/20th second was just too long. And ...
  • Here is my small attempt for a BW conversion of #2. Althoug a B&W fan in general, I prefer the color here. B&W conversion of OP's #2
  • Ok, as far as my experience with the O-GPS-1: it is big fun (as you already noticed), but in order to get the stars as dots the shutter time must be considerably shorter than what is indicated by ...
  • Nice, but why use the O-GPS here ?? Without it you would have had smooth traces, now you have the dots, or were they intended ?
  • #2 because of proper focus. If you want to try B&W you could convert #2 to B&W and experiment with filters, maybe a blue or green filter would be nice.
  • Use it, or give it to someone who can use it. I replaced it 2 years ago for a K5. Advantages are obvious, especially when pixel-peeping, but all my older pictures with the K100D do not look as if ...
  • On the K-5 I get good results with the Sony microphone type ECM-MSD1. Fits well in the flash shoe. About EU/$ 100.
  • Compliments, very nice. I myself tend to struggle with the white balance of blue skies and white clouds. I see some purple in your sky/clouds that might not be there originally. Was that ...
  • ..and there are some traces of motion blur in the lips and the eye, and one cheek is unnatural. With all respect to the professional craftmanship put in this picture, it does not fancy me, ...
  • Is the camera hanging down, or is that the image distortion of the camera depicting this scene ? Anyhow: now some pictures taken with this combo please (but no neigbours in whatever situation please).
  • Was it at 80 or 200 mm, aperture ? Congratulations for breaking the diffraction limit in the first, and for the impressive depth of focus in the second image; you used a mirror as well ?
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