Here's another one I did today
Is this image inverted? It looks to my highly untrained eye like the pencil is actually underwater and the surface is at the bottom of the image.
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Here's another one I did today
If you want to be a photographer in Iceland:
"Working as a photographer or calling oneself a photographer requires a masters degree in photography from the Reykjavík Technical College, or a similar degree from another industry-based school in Iceland"
Fundamentally Piracy in the digital domain was born because of the price fixing and price gouging the media companies have monopolised for decades.
Settings and the equipment do not make you a photographer. When there was no digital photography with L lenses and the ID XXX, great photographs were taken. It's the ability to see, invision the image, how the image is lit and then use the tools (cameras, lenses, equipment) to translate that image you have in your mind into a photograph. You have to be very knowledgeable about how your equipment works and the lenses you have because it is that knowledge will allow you to select the right lens, the camera and the right light to capture that image that you see in your mind. In my opinion, that makes a photographer, a photographer.
The only wrath I fear from my better half is not letting her get the more expensive lens for her camera first.
But surely you both shoot Canon... so what's yours is hers, no? And what's hers is hers, yes?
But it is time to bring some balance to the Internet.
Recall the Jedi prophecy that a Chosen One would come and bring balance to the Force. Of course, the foolish Jedi Council didn't think that one through to it's logical conclusion - since they were in ascendance, 'balance' could only come with a gain in power by the Dark Side at the expense of a loss of power (and ultimately, lives) of the Jedi Council. They asked for Balance, they got Darth Vader and the destruction of the Council. Be careful what you ask for...
Wikipedia may be blacked out for the day, but Wookieepedia is up and running.
Can't we stop these childish and idiotic troll messages?
Just an observation (I am not agreeing nor disagreeing) -- It's just more like FB, Google+, Yelp kind of thing where "Like", "+", or "Useful" are allowed at a thread's / post's level but not at a user level.
Anyone thinks the Karma is annoying and serves no purpose?
I find it rather amusing but it doesn't serve acheive anything except perhaps put off people saying their mind if they feel they are in the minority (which may of course be the silent majority) for fear of being smitten
Dead-on in my case. I usually re-edit over and over and just end up deleting and basically don't have any 'fun' slant to things I say anymore.
I console myself with the fact that there's a poster here who's opinion I value and can see *NO* reason for them to have negatives (never mean, when they're wrong, they concede) and they have more than a few.
It's a silly system.
Ah, I think I get your point. You mean if I take pictures then I am a photographer. Is that what you mean?
I think it's just different social interpretation of "photographer" in each country / region. In my country, it's more like a job. It's exactly like what Oxford Dictionary describes (http://oxforddictionaries.com/definition/photographer?q=photographer).
BTW, I do use my DSLR to shoot landscape and street-snapshot. But at the same time I collect cameras too so I am a collector too.