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When looking to show pictures at small exhibits, one printing option is to have photos printed on Forex. Forex seems quite popular in Europe, however in the US, prices for Forex printing seem to be much higher. Is Forex less popular in the US than in Europe? Is there a preferred alternative that is more popular in the US?

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I am using the Canon 80D camera and a Canon 580ex II speedlight and can't get shutter speeds faster than 1/250s with the flash off the camera. Is anyone familiar with the set-up and use of these triggers?

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A lady took a photo on a ghost tour where three transparent figures appeared in the photo. The camera was a Pentax Optio S30 3.2 megapixel digital camera. This lady did not recognise the figures and told me that there was only one photo with this anomaly. She went on to say this has only happened with this particular photo. The photo also appears cloudy. Is it possible that this could have been caused by a double exposure, corupted file or technical problem? Is it common to have such a problem only occur once? Or could it be the flash card itself could be faulty?

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I started developing C-41 film (Fuji Superia X-tra 400) as black and white negatives using caffenol. I am quite new to this and when i finish developing the images they all come out transparent and very hard to see, regardless of how I adjust my recipe. It can't be my camera, because even the edge markings are transparent. I've uploaded a sample image of one of the negatives. The edge markings are actually there but my camera dosen't do a very good job of picking them up.

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I am new to photography and enjoying shooting with my Nikon D3200 camera. Once I take a photo, is there any tool by Nikon or a third party which can give me info like F-stop, ISO, Shutter speed, etc? If there is no tool, does Nikon camera support this after the photo is shot?

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I'm interested in putting together a list (as comprehensive as possible) of the different professional photography organizations that can be joined. The criteria is relatively simple: An organization that caters specifically to some aspect of photography An organization which does not limit its membership to a single local community Please list only one organization per answer, a link to the organization's website, and if an organization has a 'focus' (e.g. 'caters to photojournalists,' or 'caters to advertising photographers') call it out in the answer.

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Is there a way to sort artboards in Sketch from left to right according to their order in the layer list? What I mean is doing it without changing the artboard names or reordering them in the layer list, only to reflect the list order to sort the artboards from left to right.

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I have a lot of images on a page, a gallery. I want the images to stay sharp, so I don't do any browser scaling, I use the original dimensions of the image. However, this works only when the browser zoom level is 100% . When I increase or decrease the zoom level, the quality of the images decrease. Some clients actually have different zoom levels by default. I was wondering, how can you handle it and do we handle it at all ? Cheers

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I am working a lot with 3rd person PSDs in GIMP. They usually contain a lot of layers and by default they are all unfolded in layer tree window. How could I collapse all layers so I will only see top-level ones? Because I am repeadelly closing 40 layers and there is no "collapse all" options.

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