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Professionals are individuals who make a living off of their trade, including professional photographers.

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For most places where the distinction matters: A professional photographer is someone who makes a major or substantial part of this income from photography. You see this definition often in rules … for photo contest, professional association or for qualifying for professional service programs. For example: Photo contests me be open to amateurs only, professionals only or have separate …
answered Mar 26 '13 by Itai
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There are several reasons: For media in particular, this prevents a logo from appearing in media. Events are often covered by multiple photographers and filmed which means that some people working …
answered May 24 '13 by Itai
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Extremely important for professionals. Most magazines publish photographs, not excuses. So if your camera gets attacked by a bear, falls into a lake, gets stolen, you still have to be able to bring ba …
answered May 29 '12 by Itai
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The Canon 1D X has a lower resolution for the same sensor-size which means its pixels are bigger. This gives it an edge in term of noise-per pixel, so if you are looking for pure pixel quality, go for …
answered Jul 2 '12 by Itai
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It really depends. What you are referring to is the keeper ratio. There is no standard number because it depends on what you shoot and the quality of what you keep. At National Geographic, a few years …
answered Nov 29 '15 by Itai
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You may notice that all professionals do not use the same camera and lens. There are different models for different reasons and that means you have to get clear as to the type of professionalprofessional use such as manual exposure, bulb exposure, manual focus, custom white-balance, etc. So I would worry much less about those small details and concentrate on the lenses you want first …
answered Feb 6 '12 by Itai