« on: July 08, 2013, 05:14:34 PM »
Definitely better than cell phone. ;-) Thanks for sharing--I was just thinking about this the other day and wondering how it went for you. Was the company happy?
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Dedicated space (permanent setup) or ad hoc (set up / tear down as needed)? If the former, look at wall-mounted background roll paper, ceiling mounts for monolights, etc. If the latter, a portable backdrop setup. In both cases, light stands, reflectors, flashes (or monolights), soft boxes, etc.
Maybe build a home studio cyclorama?
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I don't understand this. Who are you apologizing to? and why?
Who in god's name would have been affected in a negative way?
People with expensive cars like to take pictures of them, so I get sucked into gear talk all the time in the field.
No, I figure if I can't make my images better with what I have now, then I need to become more focused on becoming a better photographer rather than a better PP'er.
I think there is a lot of wisdom in your words. It is supposed to be about photography.
Adobe has online videos on how to use new features in both LR4 and LR5. For LR4, the update to the 2012 process is very important as well as soft proofing, for LR5, the Upright feature and the Radial filter are notable new features. Photobooks might also be something to consider.
You should definitely go to Adobe TV and view the julieann kost videos, some subtle things might be easy to miss, but be important to you.
1080p/30 gives higher static resolution but lower temporal resolution. At certain rates of camera or subject motion, the effective resolution of 1080p/30 will drop below 720p/60.
Turn down the light intensity. Do you have a dimmer?how do i turn down?
i couldn't dim the sun - it's powers where too great for me. (joke)
i take it u r talking about something else
let me know what it is
still a relative complete newbie - so ur advice is greatly appreciated
My expectation is that the measurement for success at news sites is nowadays how long a consumer actually stays on the site, instead of the quality of reporting and associated images.
No, the measurement for success is profit.
One possible way to make money is to imitate TV, with articles being shot in video and accompanied by ads breaks. For this to work, video would have to be good enough for people to watch till the ad break, stay for the ad, then come for more. That would require, of course, people who can shoot good video.