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Jan
17
comment How to become a professional photographer
See this question: photo.stackexchange.com/questions/5283/… and this question: photo.stackexchange.com/questions/2760/… and this question: photo.stackexchange.com/questions/164/… and then this should be closed as duplicate
Jan
16
comment How come some 3rd-party lenses cost more than those from the manufacturer?
Ah, good! Well, I'm sure you won't be disappointed, its a great lens.
Jan
16
comment How come some 3rd-party lenses cost more than those from the manufacturer?
My kit lens hasn't seen camera time since I got this lens actually.
Jan
16
comment What can you do with embedded GPS locally?
"made its way to me"? - I wish a $900 piece of equipment would randomly show up at my doorstep. ;)
Jan
16
answered How come some 3rd-party lenses cost more than those from the manufacturer?
Jan
15
comment What is the fastest lens available for a DSLR?
True enough, although there are adapters.
Jan
15
comment What effect does the lens hood have on pictures and how does its shape impact that?
I love that lens btw.
Jan
15
comment How to precisely focus in self-portraiture with very wide aperture?
@Ed01 - Yes, it is.
Jan
15
asked How does a tilt-shift lens work, and why does it solve certain problems?
Jan
14
comment How to make travel photography captivating, intriguing, thrilling?
This is good advice for life in general!
Jan
14
comment What is butterfly lighting, and when do I use it?
Good deal! :) +1
Jan
14
comment What is butterfly lighting, and when do I use it?
Thats great! (I'm not trying to be jerk, we're just all in the same boat here.)
Jan
14
comment What is butterfly lighting, and when do I use it?
The photo is listed as "All Rights Reserved" - which is generally, "not without express written permission" and any decision you read into the meta post doesn't really change that...
Jan
14
comment How to precisely focus in self-portraiture with very wide aperture?
Matt's definitely right about the cable release as well. I had kind of assumed thats what was being used, but if not, make sure you are!
Jan
14
comment What is butterfly lighting, and when do I use it?
I don't think that image is legal to use here...
Jan
14
comment What is clamshell lighting, and when should it be used?
I was going to try to catch you in chat and asked you about this, because Clamshell and Butterfly sounded so similar... Good stuff
Jan
14
comment What are the dangers of doing photography on a “Work for Hire” contract?
(I'm an economist by education) Just because the market doesn't feel large, doesn't mean additional competition wouldn't effect your price. But, the current state of affairs is a point taken.
Jan
13
answered What is the fastest lens available for a DSLR?
Jan
13
comment What are the dangers of doing photography on a “Work for Hire” contract?
Technically, if everybody did that it would drive the prices of work-for-hire gigs down in the long run - so be glad everybody doesn't!
Jan
13
comment What are the dangers of doing photography on a “Work for Hire” contract?
Sounds like she ended up with a diamond ring and Nike stock in the end...not the worst deal...