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answered Is there a term for the area that a lamp lights?
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answered Are there any cheap, fast lenses capable of highschool sports photography?
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comment How do I stop taking the same kind of photo?
haha not sure I was just being a smarta$$
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comment How do I stop taking the same kind of photo?
Aaron Sorkin ;)
Feb
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comment Can I capture still images on my DSLR at the same rate as shooting HD video? (30 fps)
I don't see the same information about the Nikon AW1 but I don't have one to test either. I'd look into it - imaging-resource.com/PRODS/nikon-aw1/nikon-aw1A.HTM
Feb
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comment Can I capture still images on my DSLR at the same rate as shooting HD video? (30 fps)
Try a Nikon AW1.
Feb
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comment Cameras in mobile phones
Possible duplicate of Is the iPhone 4S camera good enough to serve as one's "everyday-carry"?
Feb
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comment Would like to take a photo with 5 cameras simultaneously and send to dropbox or eyefi
you should talk to a specialist in the field to look at solutions that fit your needs better. - Exactly. This isn't the place either.
Feb
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comment Would like to take a photo with 5 cameras simultaneously and send to dropbox or eyefi
GoPro. Or talk to someone who actually knows something about your industry and technology for it (i.e. warehouse and DC machine vision solutions, etc.). That is all quite off topic here though.
Feb
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Feb
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comment What size and resolution should I make digital files that I am selling to clients?
This isn't an answer, but frankly your argument is a good reason why not to give digital images to clients. You are right, they will inevitably screw up the cropping. That's just how it works if you sell the files.
Feb
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comment Should I ask the hotel permission to shoot potraits in their room/suite?
@whatsisname I'm not going to argue how/if you could get caught by hotel staff doing something they may not allow. If you want to take the chance because you are sure either 1.You won't get caught or 2.You are certain you aren't breaking rules - then go for it.
Feb
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comment Can I use any brand of flash?
Between this: Can a Nikon/Canon flash be used on the other brand of camera? and this: Are Yongnuo flashes interchangeable between dslr's or are they brand specific? I think you will find your answer.
Feb
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comment Should I ask the hotel permission to shoot potraits in their room/suite?
@whatsisname - Walking in with bags of lighting equipment for example.
Feb
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comment Should I ask the hotel permission to shoot potraits in their room/suite?
Seems important to note that hotels are considered private property if you believe they are. I agree the question isn't about the hotel fee.
Feb
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answered Should I ask the hotel permission to shoot potraits in their room/suite?
Feb
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comment Should I ask the hotel permission to shoot potraits in their room/suite?
I'm not sure what the quote really says about this particular situation. That is generally speaking about private vs public property and your general rights to photograph. In this particular case, it's about paying for use of a space and if the use includes photography or not. Your anecdote about taking casual pictures of friends is even further from applicable to this situation.