Girl Scouts in a school parade in Mount Prospect, IL circa 1957. And here it is for Google Cardboard (click the photo to bring up the image in a new tab). For 6″ smartphones For smaller smartphones Also see this as an animated GIF or 3D anaglyph (requires 3D glasses).
When I was first learning photography (a few decades ago), circular polarizing filters (CP) were THE way to bring the best rich colors to skies, but does that apply to the digital age? I read recently that in wide outdoor sky shots and outdoor panorama shots, you shouldn’t use a CP filter due to the uneven … More Circular Polarizing Filters and Panoramas
After some disappointing night shots, I did a test on all my cameras to see how much sensor (signal) noise each inherently had hiding in the background. Below are the results. The last one is for my Fuji X-T1. At first I thought that I had made a mistake, but I redid the test and … More Sensor noise
Why is this important?
Because if you want to catch low light action photography (that includes people interacting naturally indoors) then you will need to test the shutter speed you want to use in that lighting first. … More Fuji X-T1 electronic shutter – banding in artificial lighting