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    This is going slightly off topic, but I have two...

    This is going slightly off topic, but I have two PC's, one which uses a cheap 17" ADi Microscan LCD and one which uses a 42" Pioneer Kuro Plasma screen. The plasma screen is fantastic for photo...
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    Yes, that would definitely be easier, if I had...

    Yes, that would definitely be easier, if I had two bodies, in which case I would just use the backpack.
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    The higher grades of filters use thinner optical...

    The higher grades of filters use thinner optical glass and tend to have more or better coatings. The better glass helps to reduce to possibility of introducing a color tint as well as having less...
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    I find a shoulder bag is OK for one body a couple...

    I find a shoulder bag is OK for one body a couple of lenses and minimal accessories. I can and do cope with a should bag with that amount of gear for the whole day without it bothering me, but a...
  5. I totally agree that underexposure introduces...

    I totally agree that underexposure introduces noise, but in my experience it doesn't usually introduce noticable noise unless you have an exposure bias <-0.7. Again it depends on the subject matter....
  6. This actually varies between camera models, but...

    This actually varies between camera models, but it is a tendency for many cameras to expose for highlights when using "program" metering, hence the subject may be underexposed. The opposite has been...
  7. Yes, if you underexpose too much you end up with...

    Yes, if you underexpose too much you end up with a lot of noise, but I said underexposing a little is preferable to too high ISO. If it's a question of underexposing by a third or half a click...
  8. A lot also depends on the sort of moving object...

    A lot also depends on the sort of moving object and the lighting. Obviously comparing a fast moving car with kids playing football is not the same in terms of the speed required to capture the image...
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    A recent article I read on online printing...

    A recent article I read on online printing service, rated Snapfish as average in all departments, based on Quality, Service and Value. I've not used any services myself, so I can't recommend any,...
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    I think there are various contributory factors. ...

    I think there are various contributory factors. The main thing is probably that when you get more interested in somethingand spend more time doing it, you get an eye for it and notice more, so what...
  11. Hi Pianoman, as a newbie here, I've missed the...

    Hi Pianoman, as a newbie here, I've missed the past four years fun, but I would say that I shouldn't expect photographic technology to start moving at the speed of computer technology anytime soon. ...
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    Sticky: Hi all, This seemed like an appropriate place...

    Hi all,

    This seemed like an appropriate place for my first post. Just a brief introduction. My name is Corey. I got into photography through one of my other hobbies, which is growing palms and...
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