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From time to time I have to use my Canon G1X for indoor sport (basketball) photos. Often the light isn't really much so I've tried to fix the shutter speed using the shutter priority mode (Tv), the idea is to let the camera compensate with ISO and aperture having the shutter fast enough to freeze the players. I can accept dark RAW images in order to manipulate the exposure in post processing. I've noticed though the the camera does not respect the settings! even if I select let's say 1/500" it drops the speed down to 1/30" is necessary. Automatic ISO are also limited to 1600 even if you can manually select an higher value (with noise).

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Soligor wide-auto 1:2.8 f=28mm

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I recently decided to ditch my typical style of photography and opt to experiment with having the objects out of focus. I'm slightly indifferent with the results (as I'm learning this effect, will link below a few test shots) however I wanted to gather a quick opinion of other photographers. Given these are deliberately shot out of focus, the idea behind these is to still be able to read the picture from the lights alone (I.e. the bridge or the bus) I'm wondering if that's been achieved.

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I have the camera specifications from the manufacturer. The RGB quantum efficiency curve (I think it is also the spectral sensitivity curve) is provided. How can we compare these two cameras's quality of color reproduction directly from the curve? Or we need set up an experiment to do this? Thanks.

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My teacher doesn't want me to use my mirrorless camera to take pictures, she only wants DSLR. She wants me to rent one (which costs money). I'm obviously not going to do that lol! My mirrorless has a manual mode and everything. Is changing the model in the EXIF the only thing I have to do? Or are there other parameters that I have to change? Thanks a bunch!

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I will be taking prom pictures again this year for some high school students. Typically this happens in the evening so the lighting to me is difficult to work with. I did a shoot with some kids last year and their pictures turned out pretty well. Wondering what I could do or get for my camera that helps with the quality of the pictures. I am relatively new to taking pictures. I have a Canon Rebel T5. I will be working against the clock again this year to preserve that valuable lighting. How can I extend my picture taking time. Do I need a speedlight? a diffuser? should I be using flash? when I did it turned out too bright. any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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Is there a way to update the PSD file that I'm using in Fireworks? I'm slicing and making some action in Fireworks, but I have to change and add elements and layer in my Photoshop document. Is there a way that Fireworks can update the PSD without restarting all my slicing and actions from the beginning?

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I want to express this texture but I do not know how. I think I used a Photoshop filter. I tried using noise and spray brushes with no success.

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I am a primary care pediatrician with thirty years in practice, and now I have realized, if the paramedicals are trained well, they can do many work of the physician. One is collecting data from parents. Apart from routine questions like " does you child has cold and cough" we encourage parents to ask other questions. One is the head to foot approach: the organs visible are listed from head to foot with mouth as the last as that has many sub headings; there are only four choices: Pain, skin changes like redness or itching, swelling or injury. The paramedical sitting in the front desk needs to click the option. There are 14 major body areas, with 4 options each and making it 56 choices.

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In the desktop application I am developing, we have ListViews representing items in repositories, and for each one we have a TextBox at the top which works as a search box that filters elements in realtime. I want to know if this is a well-known pattern having a specific name, so that I can research for best UX practices for that. Note: this is not quite an "Autocomplete" Search Box, that suggests items as a drop-down list as you type. The intention here is to filter an existing list, with previously visible elements, as you type.

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