No, you haven't traveled back in time; we recorded this episode the first week in June. Technical difficulties and illness prevented us from getting it posted. We're sorry we dropped out of sight, but we're back now and you're stuck with us. Anyway, in episode 51, Matt goes cuckoo for camera phones and we check out your pretty portraits.
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Hi...I just discovered your existence therefor I gotta ask...can you point me in the right direction for me learning how to FIX my most recurrent problem?...WHITE eyes in my people digital photo's!!... I can get rid of red eye, but I don't know how to edit OUT the bad and edit IN the good.....and I really don't want to buy a $300 edit program that will take me a year to tutor myself in its abilities....so....
Seems to me, that I ought to be able to select the eye filter and be done with it!...or is this too 'simple'??....
Fixing white eye
Is the white eye cancer?
Do we get more zoom with a sensor smaller than 35mm camera with the same lense ? For instance if I use a 18-55mm lense on a body like D90 would it give have a different optical zoom D700? If that is the case then would it not be better to getter a smaller sensor so we get more zoom with the same lense. Or is that the bigger sensor would compensate for the lack of optical zoom with digital zoom as the pixel size is bigger? The second question pertains to film cameras. I am curious to know are there any new film DSLR camera out there in the market?