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Oracle DBA

Creative Director Highlands Church

Some pictures I've done


Jan
23
comment Night photography of fish in a stream
+1 - Definitely want to eliminate the polarizer if you can (lose light there too otherwise).
Jan
22
comment Can spot metering be corrected in post processing?
@Tom - No worries. They're both largely the same.
Jan
22
comment How do I go about becoming a second shooter for a wedding photographer?
LOL...so I haven't even read your post yet, but I was hoping you'd chime in on this.
Jan
22
comment How can I take advantage of fog in my photographs?
Now you've got me wishing I had a foggy day here.
Jan
22
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
22
comment How do you determine how much to ask for when someone wants you to photograph a wedding?
+1 Good stuff and its general business advice really. I've owned a small business before and you really have to price according to your costs. Its good economics!
Jan
22
comment How do I go about becoming a second shooter for a wedding photographer?
I've wondered this same thing....whats the ettiquette?
Jan
22
comment How can I take advantage of fog in my photographs?
+1 shafts of light, GREAT idea
Jan
22
comment What methods do macro photographers use to get so close to butterflies, bees, insects and the like?
+1 - Great shots!
Jan
21
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
21
accepted What are the different kind of light modifiers and their uses?
Jan
21
comment Ideas for a talk on exposure
@mattdm I was so waiting for that comment...
Jan
21
comment What methods do macro photographers use to get so close to butterflies, bees, insects and the like?
Watches carefully around corners for PETA...
Jan
21
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Jan
21
comment What methods do macro photographers use to get so close to butterflies, bees, insects and the like?
@Jukka Suomela - Indeed.
Jan
21
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Jan
21
answered What methods do macro photographers use to get so close to butterflies, bees, insects and the like?
Jan
21
comment What's the difference between using black and white mode in-camera, and converting in post?
@Craig Walker - if you shoot RAW and set your camera to B&W...thats pretty much whats happening
Jan
21
comment Beginner lens decision
I stand corrected btw, looks like some places recently started shipping body only.
Jan
21
comment Beginner lens decision
To my knowledge the D3100 doesn't normally sell the body only.