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comment If someone makes a picture of me, who owns the right to it?
@his Fixed, thanks. :-) I'll leave the details to the linked article and these comments, but I shouldn't have said "even take."
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revised If someone makes a picture of me, who owns the right to it?
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accepted Why do certain lenses increase angle of view upon close focus?
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asked Why do certain lenses increase angle of view upon close focus?
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comment Why is maximum shutter speed fixed on Nikon DSLRs when using flash?
In my case the diffuser was not down (and believe it or not, I never even realised I had a flip down diffuser - I feel dumb now). I appreciate the info though.
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revised Do professionals use auto mode?
Brevity, focusing on responsing to original question
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answered Do professionals use auto mode?
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comment What am I losing when using extension tubes instead of a macro lens?
FYI sample image I got with my 105mm and reversed 50mm f/1.4D at flickr.com/photos/dcoetzee/7723417858
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comment What am I losing when using extension tubes instead of a macro lens?
Great comparison, I never considered using a reversed lens with a macro lens before. Turns out there are 62mm to 52mm macro reversing rings to go between my Nikon 105mm macro and my Nikon 50mm f/1.4D, which fortunately has aperture and focusing rings. I can use my flash off-camera so I can pull off lighting at such a tiny focusing distance.
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comment What are the best techniques for photographing overweight people?
Keep in mind that, as with all art, it really depends on what you're trying to convey. Different clients and purposes require different depictions of the same subject. Even if you have a generic goal of "make them look attractive," I would steer clear of advice on how to make a person look "thinner" in favor of the more difficult but more rewarding goal of making their natural shape more aesthetically appealing.
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comment How to take care of a new lens?
Regarding whether to use a filter for protection, see photo.stackexchange.com/questions/17854/…. For tips on cleaning a lens, see photo.stackexchange.com/questions/21493/….
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revised If someone makes a picture of me, who owns the right to it?
Clarify work for hire