Napioa - Wind Origins

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Feb
10
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
9
comment Can I capture still images on my DSLR at the same rate as shooting HD video? (30 fps)
Try a Nikon AW1.
Feb
7
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
7
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
6
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
4
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
4
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
4
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
4
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
3
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.
Jan
30
comment Lighting for Clothing Photoshoot
You have all of the equipment listed? I don't get why you wouldn't set it up and take a shot then. Determine if the results are what you desire, and if not come back here and provide the example and what you don't like about it. You need experience and trial by learning at this point.
Jan
28
comment Non-DSLR Beginner Camera choices
Michael that is a great idea! I'll look into that but feel free to add it in if you'd like, it sounds like you are far and away the expert in this area so I'm very comfortable with any additions you might make! Cheers!
Jan
28
comment Non-DSLR Beginner Camera choices
Wonderful that is great Michael! Thanks again! Anything else?
Jan
28
comment Non-DSLR Beginner Camera choices
Thanks for your opinion Michael. I disagree. Feel free to add your own answer.
Jan
27
comment Non-DSLR Beginner Camera choices
@JackF - Sure it can depend on the phone (i.e. Android with Lollipop or root access). Try out other apps beyond the stock app for example. You can certainly explore lighting themes using constant lights and a smartphone so you aren't limited to just bright natural lighting. Overall, I wouldn't dismiss the camera you already have (smartphone) as too limiting to learn anything from; it's a great place to start by exploiting it's feature set and build your skills.
Jan
26
comment What do panning, tilt, etc., mean in the context of camera movement?
See: What should one consider when choosing a style of tripod head?. The rest of what you describe is typically for videography and does not apply to photography; and is thus not on topic here.
Jan
23
comment How long do DSLR cameras last?
@HamishKL Sounds like you should add an answer of your own. The comment section of my answer is not a great place.
Jan
22
comment How to take photos and video at same time for up-close action?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because this is a question about video that is not useful to still photography.
Jan
20
comment Will L glass lenses compared to what I have upgrade my overall Image Quality?
Gotcha. Good answer either way!
Jan
20
comment How does “crop factor” relate to the area of a sensor compared to full frame?
I didn't read most of this, but I voted down just based on calling crop factors useless except to gray haired photographers.