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Some pictures I've done


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...
Jan
13
comment Precise focus in self-portraiture
I'm just really going to be surprised if a surrogate of any kind will work for this. At 50mm, f 2.2 (his listed f-stop) and about 4 feet away (a head shot), you've only got a DoF around 2 inches. Thats a very narrow gap to hit. That said, I may try this out just to see.
Jan
13
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Jan
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Jan
13
comment Precise focus in self-portraiture
Thats pretty nearly impossible at that shallow of depth of focus - if you tilt your head too much one way or the other, you'll be out of focus (I tried that first). Not having anybody else around means you don't know if you're EXACTLY where the object was.
Jan
13
answered Precise focus in self-portraiture
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
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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
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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
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