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bio website nickbedford.com
location Brisbane, Australia
age 26
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seen Apr 8 at 0:06

I'm a hobbyist photographer from Brisbane, Australia focusing on promotional, entertainment and editorial portraiture.


Aug
16
comment Is watermarking worth it?
I agree about marketing. If you like a fantastic photo or set of photos, you'll generally be interested in more of what the photographer has to offer.
Aug
16
comment Is watermarking worth it?
I guess the only caveat is that they can simply copy the pixel data and none of that meta information comes with it.
Aug
16
comment Is watermarking worth it?
Oh god, I can't stand whole image watermarks. Makes the photo much less appealing than it could otherwise be to a prospective customer/client.
Aug
15
comment What benefit does Lightroom 3 offer over Photoshop + Bridge?
I used LR for about half an hour yesterday and was sold.
Aug
15
comment What software do I use to remove part of a photo and blend that space?
Photoshop CS5 Content Aware Fill is quite amazing in a lot of situations.
Aug
15
comment Wider angle lens for indoor photography?
Thanks. I will have some time before I can afford a more specific lens too which, I suppose, is kinda handy in that respect. The band part doesn't lend to having much extra cash :) I should add, I've actually only just ordered the camera, but have been doing some photography with a friend's 450D with two diff lenses and made the decision to get my own.
Aug
13
comment Why are my Lightroom exports too dark in Flickr?
If you're processing photos specifically for the web, you may need to completely remove colour management on the photo. I'm not sure how this works in Lightroom. Safari is the only browser I know of specifically that respects an embedded colour profile.
Aug
13
comment How and why do you use an image histogram?
Clears things up. Cheers!