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bio website ajhendersonphotography.com
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answered Do photographers see ambiguity in the color of the blue/black (gold/white) dress?
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awarded  Electorate
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reviewed Leave Open How can I protect myself when providing photographic services to someone who is just getting their business started and can't afford me yet?
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reviewed Close How to make ordinary extra-ordinary without juxtaposition?
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reviewed Close Nikon AF-S 55-300mm VR vs. Tamron SP 70-300mm VC USD
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reviewed Close What are the tradeoffs when replacing two zoom lenses with a superzoom?
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comment How can I protect myself when providing photographic services to someone who is just getting their business started and can't afford me yet?
Right, the model release allows you to use images of his likeness for commercial purposes and you retain all rights to the images unless you explicitly grant them to him. The nice thing about the model release is that if he gets big, you would then have the right to actually sell early images of him for your own profit. Without the model release, you still own the images, but he would have a right to prevent you selling them as images of his likeness. The model release prevents this stalemate in your favor.
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revised How can I protect myself when providing photographic services to someone who is just getting their business started and can't afford me yet?
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answered How can I protect myself when providing photographic services to someone who is just getting their business started and can't afford me yet?
Jan
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comment Could I have taken this landscape shot better with my P&S, or do I need a better camera?
Manual controls probably could have improved it some if it supported some adjustment to the contrast rather than just your normal exposure triangle. High resolution, large sensor and quality optics do make life a lot easier, but you still have to know how to use them. (For example, the DSLR shot could have been much better if it was better stabilized.)
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answered Could I have taken this landscape shot better with my P&S, or do I need a better camera?
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answered Why isn't my Canon 60D saving images to SD with pics taken using swivel screen/viewer?
Jan
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answered What to look for in a scuba diving camera for a non-photographer?
Jan
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answered Why does my generic Chinese intervalometer stop short of selected number of frames?
Jan
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answered Easiest way to have Lightroom destructively replace RAW files with TIFF files?
Dec
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comment What exactly happens when one turns the focus ring on a DSLR while shooting video?
@dpollitt - technically, video is only off topic if it is in a context that isn't also still relevant to photography. In this case, it would still be relevant. That said, people do often close at the first site of the word video even if it still fits the site guidelines, so it is still probably advisable to avoid the trigger word.
Dec
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revised How can I avoid green flare on my sunrise photos?
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Dec
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answered What to bounce?
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comment What to bounce?
That's no understatement on the amount of light that things like the 600EX put out either. I've done some playing with my 5D Mark iii at ISO 6400 and my 600EX running full power and it blows my mind some of the shots I can pull off in darkened spaces. It can even battle the sun from relatively "distant" (for that type of shot anyway) positions when shooting at the sync speed.
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answered How can I avoid green flare on my sunrise photos?