Jim, Nick, & Darin conquer more of your questions in this third Q&A installment of the podcast. As always we include Doodads of the week to help you Improve your Photography skills!
What's in this episode:
- Annelise has a question for Papa Bear on getting crisp, clean, & accurate colors in her photos.
- Greg Muhr is a volunteer fire department photographer looking for advice when shooting scenes filled with rapidly changing light from multiple sources.
- Nick Lenn aims to get creative by using different angles, but when is it appropriate to implement?
- Brian Pex saves energy & recycle times with multiple speedlights. – What are the proper settings?
- How quickly does print quality suffer as the megapixel count drops when considering low-light performance? – Pat Lopez, check out Jim's Article on this!
- Robert Lora wants to know when to shoot JPEG. – How much editing capability does he lose when making this choice?
- John Evans is exploring the best practices for contacting Real Estate Agents/Agencies to shoot their listings.
- Wynn Pham thinks it is time to upgrade his Nikon D7000. Is it necessary?
- James Williams wants Improve Photography's recommendation on his first lighting modifier.
- When to sharpen & how much? – Pete LeGregor gets our input & preferred practices.
- Tzvika Stein finds out why Jim does not include Lens Correction in his 2015 Lightroom Presets.
- Eddie Hagler inquires whether professional photographers use Auto Focus.
- Steve Love looks to find out how much photo editing & compositing is too much?
- Jim's Article – How Big Can you print with Your Camera's Megapixels?
- Good ole' Road Atlas – (Nick's Doodad of the Week!)
- ISO Invariance: What is it, and which cameras are ISO-Less – (Jim's Doodad of the Week!)
- Wool Socks – (Darin's Doodad of the Week!)
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