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Member Since 14 May 2016
Offline Last Active Nov 24 2019 03:26 AM

In Topic: Frankfurt by Night — ISO 12,800

29 June 2019 - 02:17 AM

Apart from the photographic techniques, it's actually quite the feat to take these images with almost no people in them. Usually this is a very crowded area, especially at this time of year and at night.


If you haven't seen it already, you might also be interested in the completely restored "Altstadt" (old town, not really a historic centre). It's not very far from the location of the pictures you posted. Basically just on the other side of the river.

In Topic: Editing Photos... and Receiving Comments

15 June 2019 - 09:17 AM

Why not?


The nerve cells in the retina have their own methods to perform signal processing, this "raw" image is sent to the brain, which then works with the data to create the image we "see".

In Topic: Editing Photos... and Receiving Comments

15 June 2019 - 12:26 AM

There are no unedited/unprocessed images. Every digital camera uses built in algorithms to turn the recorded data into an image. Especially the smart phone cameras do that. A lot of the perceived image quality is based on the software used to create these images.


Even the human eye uses things like light sensitivity adjustments and processing algorithms to turn the light falling on the retina into an actual image. And that's before the brain kicks in and performs its own picture enhancements.


So, saying a picture is edited is like saying, "hey, you used light to take that picture".

In Topic: D3400 won't turn on.

07 June 2019 - 11:18 PM

Do you get any reaction like flashing LEDs, when you reinsert the battery and try to turn on the camera? Or if you remove and reinsert the memory card?


If not, the battery might have completely broken down. If you have a store nearby, maybe you can try out a replacement battery there before buying it.


And welcome to the forums!

In Topic: Awesome Isolation. Nice, Bright and Good Looking. Like Me. :)))

04 May 2019 - 06:19 AM

I don't understand your reaction but I promise you will 
not have to endure any form of unsolicited or otherwise
comments from me in the future, Tony. Have a good time!


Over and out.



If you look for example at this thread and especially Peter's remark there, you'll get an idea where this is coming from.





And apologies to Tony for another off topic post in one of his threads.