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Jan
13
comment Precise focus in self-portraiture
Not sure if its quite a duplicate, but its very close to photo.stackexchange.com/questions/2640/…
Jan
13
comment What are some effective techniques for photographing subjects who wear glasses?
@kacalapy - The flash is mounted on the camera, but pointed up into the ceiling.
Jan
13
revised What are some effective techniques for photographing subjects who wear glasses?
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Jan
13
comment What are some effective techniques for photographing subjects who wear glasses?
Good call - really it's just anything to shift that reflection angle.
Jan
13
comment What are some effective techniques for photographing subjects who wear glasses?
I'd not think to recommend a polarizer for indoor candid shots - it'd be very difficult to get right in time and you'll lose a few stops of light.
Jan
13
answered What are some effective techniques for photographing subjects who wear glasses?
Jan
12
awarded  Enlightened
Jan
12
comment Does the camera tell me the shutter speed it will use when in aperture priority and the aperture and ISO are set?
If you're concerned about freezing her motion, shuttery priority is a much better setting.
Jan
12
comment Does the camera tell me the shutter speed it will use when in aperture priority and the aperture and ISO are set?
This is how his D7000 works as well.
Jan
12
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
12
comment How to attribute Flickr Creative Commons photos online?
This sounds like it should be a comment on the question and not an answer...
Jan
12
comment Why are most portraits taken with the subject at 45 degrees to the camera?
Btw, I'd post examples of some of the pictures of when head on or 90 degrees just doesn't work from a recent portrait session with my wife, but I think she'd kill me.
Jan
12
comment Why are most portraits taken with the subject at 45 degrees to the camera?
@jrista - thanks.
Jan
12
revised Why are most portraits taken with the subject at 45 degrees to the camera?
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Jan
12
revised Why are most portraits taken with the subject at 45 degrees to the camera?
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Jan
12
answered Why are most portraits taken with the subject at 45 degrees to the camera?
Jan
12
revised What's the best way to get constructive critique of your photographs?
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Jan
12
comment What is the best way to trigger a canon 550 EX speedlite in a studio
I found strobist 102 much more informative than 101 and its not intended as a "next level" but more as a replacement for 101.
Jan
12
comment What is a cyclo wall?
@Stan Rogers - what you're describing is what I'd been read elsewhere prior to this question
Jan
11
awarded  Civic Duty