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bio website photography.chills42.com
location Indianapolis, IN
age 30
visits member for 4 years, 9 months
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I work as a software engineer, but I am also a hobbyist photographer and enjoy hiking and camping during my free time.

I'm a Canon guy :)


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reviewed Approve How can I find the sensor position on my camera?
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Dec
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comment How do I take good portraits with a bridge camera and superzoom?
I believe @PhilipKendall is referring to you including links to the same website in many of your comments. Generally, promotion of specific products/services/sites is not welcome unless it directly answers the original question.
Nov
18
comment How much should an amateur charge for a portrait session?
@Jahaziel Right, and that's why I've made it clear that all the calculations are just to get you to your bare minimum charge, basically, your break even point. As you gain experience, hone your craft, and expect to actually make money on your work, then clearly your prices should go up accordingly.
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Jul
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reviewed Close Improve photo resolution
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Jul
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revised Powershot G16: fast bracketing for handheld?
minor formatting change for quotes
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Jun
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answered Looking for a camera below $1000
Jun
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comment Looking for a camera below $1000
This implies that you currently only have the camera body and kit lens (the one that normally comes with the body, which I believe is an EF-S 18-55 IS). Is that correct, or do you also have other lenses?
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Jun
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reviewed Close Are the aperture, ISO and shutter speed stops perfectly interchangeable?
Jun
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reviewed Leave Open Per-Application Color Management under GNOME3