« on: June 24, 2013, 09:23:48 AM »
How does the 160 weigh. Have you looked thinktank bags?
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Any tips for a new wildlife photographer about to hit his first big excursion? Do you use Spot and Partial Metering often as well as Center-Point Focus? Av or Tv; generally? AI Servo usually?
Thanks for any guidance although I'm sure I'll have to learn a lot just by doing.
Last year I was shooting at an archaeological place and I dropped my 24 TS-E 24mm II.
Immediately I put my foot and decelerated its fall a lot. It landed at a wooden floor. It had its cap.
Nothing happened not even a scratch on the plastic areas
I still try to figure how on earth my 5D2's screen was damaged. Screens are inside and cannot in any way be harmed by a dropping lens (I hadn't put any finger inside).
Anyway I happened to have a Grid Screen which I hadn't used yet. So I replaced the screen and everything was as good as new
Unfortunately, no matter how low of a monthly fee you suggest you will never convince the contingent of users who refuse to accept "renting" software. You see, they believe that they "owned" the software when they bought in the past and could use it forever and ever and ever to infinity and beyond. They feel that "Adobe owns you" once you sign up to a subscription model because if you ever stop paying you can't access your old PSD files. And they also fear that once everyone accepts the subscription model Adobe will jack up the prices on us.
Does anyone have a link to a good general purpose model release form?
I'm starting to shoot some folks for headshots and even some video for auditions for things here in New Orleans. Starting with friends right now...trading my services for using resulting images to build my portfolio.
I know I need to get some type of model release form signed by them giving me full rights to do as I need with the photos I shoot and give them.
Can someone give me some advice on what a Model Release form needs to say, and where I could find one to download off the net?
Thank you in advance,
At my previous job, they paid stringers 125 for about 1-2 hour event shoot.
I would do it to advance my skills and try something diffrent. Maybe you can build a relationship and get more referrals in the future. Also you can expose your equipment and self to a new expririence. Have fun and do something than the normal.
Right, so that for my time, gas money and a modest meal adds up to terms I'd consider at this point in my life.
The LC-E4N and LP-E6 have the same internal chemistry (as do their other batteries). Canon provides an easy way to calibrate the 1-series battery, but not the others. I'm just saying the LC-E6 would benefit from calibration, not that Canon provides an easy way to do that.
BIF is hard to do.... Insects in flight is even harder... but a bird in flight chasing an insect!!!!! WOW!!!! That has to be the hardest shot to take that I have seen in the forum. congratulations! Well done!