Dreemer

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Joined on Jan 24, 2011

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  • I don’t think we can assume that humans and aliens would perceive a period of time (2000 years) in the same way, the perception would differ dependent on their respective average lifespans, and ...
  • If the focal length was shifting/vibrating slightly back and forth during the exposure it would explain the wavy lights, the static scene would also be affected but less noticeably so. SteveMi
  • It’s been a very interesting thread, but god knows what the OP will make of it. I imagine he was hoping for a definitive answer, but with a 40 40 20 split of YES, NO and KIND OF he’ll be more ...
  • I don’t but my chauffeur would moan
  • Replied in Not quite
    I don’t believe that’s true, like colour sound only exists in the mind. When the tree falls to the ground it creates pressure waves, our brains interpret these into what we perceive as sound. All ...
  • Is it possible a stained sensor cover could produce an effect like this As in when swabbing the cover clean not all the cleaning fluid is removed, a thin transparent residue of chemicals remains. I ...
  • I want to see alternative variations/constructs of the scene, rather than the one image that I am allowed by nature (my visual perception). Though a miracle of evolution (creation if you’re ...
  • Kirk Douglas
  • From your position directly in front of the church you are looking at the church straight-on, but the shot was not straight-on as the camera was angled away to the right, which gives the ...
  • Replied in The R word
    I’d like to see the word “reality” banned, (unless a poster first gave their definition of its meaning). Using the word “reality” in regards to photography without definition leaves it as a vague ...
  • real photographer real camera Steve
  • It seems a reasonable position to take. My niggle would be in the interview when he says he “wants to reflect reality”. The problem with this statement is he, like many on these forums (including ...
  • The overlap between each of your images is very small, I wonder if or how this could affect the output from the stitching program. Have you tried stitching just the 1st and 8th image, as with the ...
  • Dithering, waiting too long for the hoped for perfect moment and so miss the best it was and Taking my hands off the steering wheel
  • Assuming it’s not photoshopped, maybe twilight and a meter reading suggests a 6 second exposure, then the shutter is set for 60 seconds and a black hat held over the lens the shutter is pressed the ...
  • Great, so the compasses I use for navigating through the mountains will still point to magnetic north which is now in Antarctica somewhere near the south pole, while true north remains unchanged ...
  • Thanks for the link Agree, but to be fair it wasn’t designed solely/primarily as a math problem. As you noted, the base wasn’t defined, which allows for numerous alternate correct answers steve
  • Replied in A good memory
    A good memory, else and inevitably at the start of a new shoot Find batteries are not charged (bo****ks) Lens cap is still on (most embarrassing) Beep, beep, beep, beep, beep, Timer mode was not ...
  • Replied in Math Question.
    on my standard calculator 2+3x4 = 20 on my scientific calculator 2+3x4 = 14 Therefore I'm free to choose which method I employ, I choose scientific These are the clever bits, Its 11 if read as ...
  • Replied in Math Question.
    Its a puzzle with confusion designed into it, that's the whole point.
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