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ALmost any question about traditional (film) or digital photography including techical, technique, lighting, darkroom, Photoshop, marketing and business.

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Published photographer since 1972

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http://jimdelillo.viewbook.com (Travel Portfolio) http://www.demotix.com/users/jimdeli/profile (International Newswire) http://www.istockphoto.com/jimd_stock (Gold Level Status >10,000 downloads)

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Industrial Engineer BSIE NJIT '77

Awards and Honors

Nikon.net Award Sept '01

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2016-09-20 lenses for digital camera:

These lenses can be mounted on a Nikon full frame camera.  They may not have all of the features and capabilities such as auto-focus or auto-exposure.  Mounting these lenses will not damage the lens or

2014-05-29 My pictures display differently on different computers:

Every computer, monitor, printer configuration and performance is different.  In order to achieve accurate, repeatable reproduction you will have to calibrate your monitor. If you want prints to

2013-01-23 Query:

While it is possible possible to upsize a file's resolution size, you would do so by changing the number of pixels or percentage in the size setting. Be sure to constrain proportions so as not to distort

2013-01-23 Query:

So you answered your own question.    The maximum capability of the output device determines the maximum dpi in which the photo should be saved.    Only with a printer that can output at 600dpi would you

2012-04-05 Best lens for food photography:

I would go with the macro.    Another option or in addition to the macro would be to add a set of extender tubes, even to the 18-55. That might get you what you are looking for with more flexibility.

 

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