Stuart001

Stuart001

Lives in Australia Fremantle, Australia
Works as a Lecturer, Visual Artist
Joined on Oct 20, 2011

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  • Maybe not antonyms, but certainly an oxymoron. :)
  • Or a class in business ethics?
  • As far as I know personality rights are still only for commercial use.

  • I believe that in most cases/jurisdictions a model release is only needed if the image is to be used for 'commercial purposes'. This does NOT mean that you can't sell the image as an art...

  • Hi Samuel
    Thanks for clearing that up.

  • In fact if the dates on the images are correct, there are only three images (1, 4 & 5) that could have been taken with the Fuji, because the photographer says he started using the camera in 2012. ...

  • Replied in Only in China.
    ... or Los Angeles
  • There is no doubt that the pano head will help you to make stitched panoramas. But do you need one? Not really. The main problem with all panos is distortion, caused by the fact that in any two ...
  • Too true Stephen!  I know that many people like to hang on to their programs for years, and even see it as a badge of honour: "Well I'm still using CS2 and it's suits me just fine." But I always ...
  • I have not seen a great deal of David Muench's work, so can't say whether or not he has sold any prints taken on digicams.  I would assume that he has, because the camera that you use is only a ...
  • Firstly,the package is good value. But as far as I know at the moment lightroom 5 is still available as a stand alone program which means you should at least be able to download that and try it ...
  • Digital technology has come a long way, but it seems to me that the most important factor in determining what camera you should use for landscapes it where the final images are to be displayed.  ...
  • I have tried this too, and it works well--with one proviso. The pinhole aperture is so small that if you have a well-illuminated scene EVERY SINGLE piece of crap on your sensor is visible.  I gave ...
  • Replied in And mine.....
    My most common mistake--and it happens quite regularly-- is to set the camera to bracket over- and under-exposing 5 frames.  I remember to to return the burst mode to single frame, but often ...
  • Yes. Just as a faked photograph of the Kennedy assassination would be inauthentic. Like Eddie Adams's photograph taken on a Saigon street at about the same time, Nick Ut's image of Kim Phuc helped ...
  • @Papi
    With Lightroom, as long as your phone time and camera time are in precise sync, LR can be used to automatically geotag all of your images. Open Map module, load track, select all of your...

  • I just use my phone and an app like MyTracks which can save a track as a .gpx which I can in turn use to automatically tag my photos in Lightroom. It even works in places where I have no phone...

  • Any camera CAN be used if you can pre-conceive the result you want. US photographer David Burnett photographed the London Olympics in 2012 with a Speed Graphic 4x5. He often uses this 1940s press ...
  • I agree with what you say here, with one proviso.  A Patek Phillipe or a Ferrari (as mentioned elsewhere) are all status symbols, just as a Leica is.  They are also great examples of engineering ...
  • The analogy with Ferrari is not really accurate.  It would be more like Ferrari making a new model, adding dirt and scratches that made it appear as though it had been raced for years, and then ...
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