I can answer questions about all social photography (wedding, corporate, b`nai mitzvah). All general questions about digital photography and, of course, film. Photojournalistic and travel photo questions can also be asked as that is another specialty of mine.
McDonald's, Sprint, GE, Ford, NBC, IBM, Princess Cruises, NCL and I work the Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon every year.
I have worked for The New York Times, USA Today, AP and dozens of other international and national publications. I have shot hundreds of weddings, b'nai mitzvah and corporate social events.
Variety...as a freelancer, you can go from shooting a national politician to a bar mitzvah in one hour. You are constantly moving among different economic, social and political worlds. The learning curve is steep and most fascinating. I love the variety of the profession. Not much money but....
I want to keep learning about all the innovations in my field. The more one learns, the better one gets.
You are combining a machine with art.
Your curiosity is never satisfied when shooting different events.
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Lots of movies are now made with DSLRs but need quite a bit of extra things. Of course, they are more mobile. It all depends on what you are going to use the camera for: feature film, home films, fun
Maybe but it makes no sense. It's just as easy to use the SD card then transfer the pix directly to the flash drive. You would need the cord from the camera to an extension then to the flash drive. Unless
Most will shoot in landscape as panorama suggests landscape. If it doesn't work, it may be a limitation of the camera. Read through your manual. When first starting, I'd stick with landscape. Master
Black is OK..I don't like white. Normally a beige or grey works best. A king sheet would work well if it's not white. The light does not reflect or absorb much with those two colors. If it's overcast
UK may be different, but the basic rule is if it's a landscape it's public domain. Now the minute something is used for advertizing (not nature), it's a different story. You may be able to use House of
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