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19:19, 26 May 2021 Sigma17-35 at35.jpg (file) 792 KB Kgf The Sigma 17-35 wide angle zoom on its longest at 35mm. 1
19:19, 26 May 2021 Sigma17-35 at17.jpg (file) 788 KB Kgf The Sigma 17-35 wide angle zoom on its widest at 17mm. 1
19:10, 26 May 2021 Sigma nikon wide zoom.jpg (file) 328 KB Kgf Comparing the Sigma 17-35 with Nikon 10-24. Both are wide angle zooms, but Nikon 10-24 is wider (15mm instead of 17mm), on the other hand the Sigma 17-35 is for the larger full frame cameras. 1
19:06, 26 May 2021 Sigma17-35.jpg (file) 356 KB Kgf The Sigma 17-35, wide angle zoom for full frame cameras, here seen on the Nikon D700 1
18:56, 23 May 2021 Lake landscape.jpg (file) 311 KB Kgf View of the Zurich lake using a Nikon D500 and a Nikon 105, part of a series to explain color modes 1
18:56, 23 May 2021 Lake portrait.jpg (file) 291 KB Kgf View of the Zurich lake using a Nikon D500 and a Nikon 105, part of a series to explain color modes 1
18:56, 23 May 2021 Lake flat.jpg (file) 266 KB Kgf View of the Zurich lake using a Nikon D500 and a Nikon 105, part of a series to explain color modes 1
18:55, 23 May 2021 Lake vivid.jpg (file) 319 KB Kgf View of the Zurich lake using a Nikon D500 and a Nikon 105, part of a series to explain color modes 1
18:55, 23 May 2021 Lake neutral.jpg (file) 280 KB Kgf View of the Zurich lake using a Nikon D500 and a Nikon 105, part of a series to explain color modes 1
18:55, 23 May 2021 Lake standard.jpg (file) 297 KB Kgf View of the Zurich lake using a Nikon D500 and a Nikon 105, part of a series to explain color modes 1
22:11, 13 May 2021 Zurich sample.png (file) 116 KB Kgf this is resized to 160x160 pixels from File:Zurich_orig.jpg. To show the pixellation clearer I have sampled it up so that every pixel is 8x8 pixels, so the effect of scaling to the smaller dimension is visible better. 1
22:08, 13 May 2021 Zurich compare.png (file) 1.09 MB Kgf a 1280x850 crop from the image File:Zurich_orig.jpg. This time, compared with a version that was first resized to 1280x850 and then re-resized back to 4288x2848 pixels the original resolution. To show a fairer comparison again one region was cropped at 1:1 pixels. 1
22:05, 13 May 2021 Zurich crop.jpg (file) 327 KB Kgf a 1280x850 crop from the image File:Zurich_orig.jpg 1
22:03, 13 May 2021 Zurich orig.jpg (file) 478 KB Kgf Zurich in snow, shot using Nikon 18-200 on a NIkon D90. 1
18:10, 9 May 2021 Mountain crop.jpg (file) 340 KB Kgf Beautiful late spring scenery in Switzerland with mountains in the background. Shot using a Nikon 105. This is the cropped version, which I wanted to go for. The important bit here is that I was aware that I would crop this picture, and I took the File:Mountain_orig.jpg aware that it would be cropped about this way. 1
18:08, 9 May 2021 Mountain mark.jpg (file) 418 KB Kgf Beautiful late spring scenery in Switzerland with mountains in the background. Shot using a Nikon 105. This shows the area that I wanted to crop. Notice that it is actually about 1/4th of the overall image. But the Nikon D500 has 20 Megapixels the resulting image will be good for even an A3 sized print. 1
18:05, 9 May 2021 Mountain orig.jpg (file) 411 KB Kgf Beautiful late spring scenery in Switzerland with mountains in the background. Shot using a Nikon 105. I thought that I can crop this picture to have the mountains more prominently displayed. 1
18:02, 9 May 2021 Robot crop.jpg (file) 421 KB Kgf A cropped version of a robot in a museum in Manchester, UK, taken using a Nikon 85. The image was taken knowing that it could be cropped, so I was not so much worried about framing the picture. 1
18:01, 9 May 2021 Robot mark.jpg (file) 322 KB Kgf A robot in a museum in Manchester, UK, taken using a Nikon 85. Showing the region for cropping I used. 1
18:00, 9 May 2021 Robot orig.jpg (file) 307 KB Kgf A robot in a museum in Manchester, UK, taken using a Nikon 85. 1
18:44, 7 May 2021 Nikond500.jpg (file) 500 KB Kgf The Nikon D500 head on with a Nikon 50 lens. 1
13:30, 2 May 2021 Ballarin fixed cropped.jpg (file) 762 KB Kgf Gorgeous art by Alejandro AZÓN BALLARÍN on display in Zaragoza Spain, in December 2019. This image is processed using GIMP and cropped so that the artifacts on the corners are removed. Compare to the original File:Ballarin_original.jpg. 1
13:29, 2 May 2021 Ballarin fixed.jpg (file) 665 KB Kgf Gorgeous art by Alejandro AZÓN BALLARÍN on display in Zaragoza Spain, in December 2019. This image is processed using GIMP. Compare to the original File:Ballarin_original.jpg. 1
12:20, 2 May 2021 Ballarin highlights.jpg (file) 474 KB Kgf Gorgeous art by Alejandro AZÓN BALLARÍN on display in Zaragoza Spain, in December 2019. The white balance is way off, there is distortion and the camera is not straight. 1
12:19, 2 May 2021 Ballarin original.jpg (file) 465 KB Kgf Gorgeous art by Alejandro AZÓN BALLARÍN on display in Zaragoza Spain, in December 2019. This is an example of a picture with many issues, as highlighted in File:Ballarin_highlights.jpg 1
00:44, 26 March 2021 Nikon28-300 closeup.jpg (file) 360 KB Kgf A close-up with the Nikon28-300. This is not really a macro (a reproduction ratio of 1:3), but what is really nice about this picture is that I am shooting handheld at 300mm with <kbd>1/60s</kbd> and get a quite sharp shot. 1
00:41, 26 March 2021 Nikon28-300 scenery.jpg (file) 511 KB Kgf A quick shot with the Nikon 28-300 out the window. 1
00:39, 26 March 2021 Nikon28-300 vs 18 200.jpg (file) 628 KB Kgf Here are two great universal zooms compared side by side. On the left, we have a full frame camera with the Nikon 28-300 and on the right the Nikon 18-200 on an APS-C body. The lenses are essentially identical. However, the Nikon 18-200 is lighter and costs less (especially when buying used) 1
00:36, 26 March 2021 Nikon28-300 bianca.jpg (file) 287 KB Kgf Bianca the Bear using the Nikon 28-300. It is so effortless to get things ''right'' with this lens, it is difficult to describe. 1
00:33, 26 March 2021 Nikon28-300 dalmore.jpg (file) 340 KB Kgf A close-up using the Nikon 28-300. The minimum focus distance is about 50 cm, so this lens let's you come quite close. But the real beauty of this picture is, how easy it is to get it. This is a handheld picture at <kbd>1/40s</kbd>. Two out of three shots I made in this sequence are this good. Sure you may find issues with the picture and complain about its sharpness, but you will appreciate this lens if you work with it, how easy it makes life for you. 1
00:30, 26 March 2021 Nikon28-300 extended.jpg (file) 601 KB Kgf The Nikon 28-300 with the lens fully extended. 1
00:28, 26 March 2021 Nikon28-300 at300.jpg (file) 303 KB Kgf The Nikon 28-300 at its longest at 300mm. Compare this to the sister picture File:Nikon38-300_at28.jpg taken from the same position at 28mm to appreciate the range of this lens. 1
00:28, 26 March 2021 Nikon28-300 at28.jpg (file) 448 KB Kgf The Nikon 28-300 at its widest at 28mm. Compare this to the sister picture File:Nikon38-300_at300.jpg taken from the same position at 300mm to appreciate the range of this lens. 1
00:26, 26 March 2021 Nikon28-300.jpg (file) 580 KB Kgf The Nikon 28-300. It is not the smallest lens, but it is able to replace many lenses for you. 1
11:50, 23 March 2021 Sutton.jpg (file) 318 KB Kgf The famous mask from Sutton Hoo in British Museum, London, photographed using Nikon 105. Note that this is handheld, through the display case at <kbd>1/40s</kbd>. 1
11:34, 13 February 2021 Chile print.jpg (file) 384 KB Kgf A close up of File:Chile full.jpg printed on photo paper. There is a millimeter scale ruler at the bottom to give you an idea. 1
11:32, 13 February 2021 Chile screen.jpg (file) 418 KB Kgf The picture File:Chile full.jpg at 1:1 pixels photographed off a modern computer screen. You can see the individual pixels with different colors side by side. The white balance is a bit off, I did not correct it. 1
11:30, 13 February 2021 Chile pixels.png (file) 148 KB Kgf A 320x211 crop blown up to show individual pixels from File:Chile full.jpg. In this picture a 4x4 pixel block corresponds to one pixel 1
11:28, 13 February 2021 Chile crop.jpg (file) 467 KB Kgf A 1:1 crop from File:Chile full.jpg, the Polloquere thermal baths near the salt lake of Surire on the north east of Chile. This is a 1280x850 crop, when you view in the full resolution corresponds to individual pixels of the file. 1
11:26, 13 February 2021 Chile full.jpg (file) 593 KB Kgf The Polloquere thermal baths near the salt lake of Surire on the north east of Chile. A truly remote location above 4'000 meters. Photographed using Nikon 10-24 and a trusty old Nikon D90. When the scenery is this good, what you use to photograph does not matter. 1
20:29, 11 February 2021 Tamron60-300 macro usb.jpg (file) 249 KB Kgf The Tamron 60-300 is actually a very decent macro lens, I prefer to use it on an APS-C where the reproduction ratio is almost better than 1:2 (almost 1:1). 1
20:27, 11 February 2021 Tamron60-300 macro setup.jpg (file) 259 KB Kgf The macro setup used with the Tamron 60-300 on a APS-C camera to take the picture File:Tamron60-300_max_macro.jpg. Nominally a 60mm macro, needs you to come ''really'' close. 1
20:24, 11 February 2021 Tamron60-300 markings.jpg (file) 276 KB Kgf A close up of the markings on the Tamron 60-300. The lens is currently in the macro configuration, the orange line has lined up, and you can essentially focus by moving up and down. For the zoom configuration you have to bring the barrel down and rotate to the right then you will be able to focus by rotating and zoom by moving up and down. 1
19:29, 11 February 2021 Tamron60-300 at aps 60.jpg (file) 250 KB Kgf Bianca the Bear is posing for the Tamron 60-300 on a APS-C camera at its minimum focal length of about 90mm. Note that the EXIF data is not correct, as the lens does not have the electronics to communicate its settings. This was taken from about 2m with a tripod. 1
19:28, 11 February 2021 Tamron60-300 at aps 300.jpg (file) 260 KB Kgf The Tamron 60-300 on a APS-C camera at its maximum zoom, about 450mm. Note that the EXIF data is not correct, as the lens does not have the electronics to communicate its settings. This was taken from about 2m. 1
19:26, 11 February 2021 Tamron60-300 max macro.jpg (file) 386 KB Kgf The Tamron 60-300 on a APS-C camera in macro mode. The reproduction ratio here is closer to 1:1. 1
19:24, 11 February 2021 Tamron60-300.jpg (file) 321 KB Kgf The Tamron 60-300 on a tripod 1
00:18, 11 February 2021 Ep picture crop.jpg (file) 531 KB Kgf This is a 1:1 crop from the original picture used in the print from [https://europractice-ic.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/EP-activity-Report-2018.pdf Europractice activity report 2019]. This is about a 1 Megapixel crop, and you can see that it works like a charm for a print. 1
00:16, 11 February 2021 Ep picture.jpg (file) 471 KB Kgf This is the original picture used in the print from [https://europractice-ic.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/EP-activity-Report-2018.pdf Europractice activity report 2019]. Shot using a Nikon D700, and the original file has about 12 Megapixels. 1
00:14, 11 February 2021 Ep zoomzoom.jpg (file) 390 KB Kgf A further zoom of the picture from a glossy print from [https://europractice-ic.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/EP-activity-Report-2018.pdf Europractice activity report 2019]. The ruler at the bottom has a millimeter scale. We see less than 0.2 inches in this picture. You can practically count the dots. This is about 200 DPI. 1
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