SaylerPhoto

SaylerPhoto

Joined on Apr 27, 2014

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  • Created discussions Lenticular?
    Back in the mid 90's I worked at 3D Sign and Design. We mostly made collectables and movie posters. It's been years since I've done any of this type of work. Anybody here do this? I'd really like ...
  • Then I guess I'd sell it before it depreciates more. Maybe get a really nice enthusiast camera like the fuji x100s? You can still take awesome photos without anyone mistaking you for a professional. ...
  • I've felt the same way. When you have pro gear there is an expectation (in your heart) to be doing pro work. It can be a lot of pressure. It can sap creativity and joy. And there can even be some ...
  • At school. "Seriously, a "B", Why are your standards so low?" See what I'm getting out? It's pointless and rude. The world needs less of that. Actually it's exceedingly rude and not helpful, ...
  • You could ask that question anywhere. At the gym. "Hey fatty, why are your standards so low?" At school. "Seriously, a "B", Why are your standards so low?" See what I'm getting out? It's pointless ...
  • The product I was photographing was a facial/body scrub. Photos of packaging for their website and then stylized photos of the actual product for that brochure. The photos in question were of ...
  • Typo I bet. They mean chimpping. Meaning: looking at the screen after ever shot.
  • Created discussions Clueless Client
    I did a small product shoot on Wednesday. The client showed me his brochure. It had really nice photography with attractive models, so I asked who did it for them and he said, "Google" "You mean ...
  • Favorite things about this lens: Very sharp wide open. No reason to stop down needs very little in post Super fast and accurate focus Congrats on the new acquisition!
  • Created discussions Zimbabwe - What to take?
    I going to Zimbabwe, for a convention (not photography related) and can't decide what to take. I don't see myself taking my dslr to the convention since it might be a little "showy". After the ...
  • Okay heres what I think. Bite the bullet. It's an awesome camera. Just get it and don't look back. Don't kick yourself. Don't over think it. With your lenses collection it's obvious you love ...
  • You don't need it. But you want it! I get that. I really do. And I can rationalize an expensive item like the best. 6d handles low light better. But most low light is "muddy" light that would look ...
  • I really like the creative solutions I come up with when using primes. Not a huge fan of the 24-105 - of all the lenses I've owned (two copies), it is the least inspiring. Not sure what it is. It ...
  • Why not challenge yourself? 6d, one prime lens, and a pocket flash. A recent study stated that many options limits creativity. Essentially creative types created better work when they had ...
  • Buy it. Try it. If you don't like it sell it for what you bought it for. It's a no lose situation unless it breaks. 5d classic has a small cult following for the color rendition. Hopefully you have ...
  • wifi? I've got to have it. Sharing photos of event while it's happening is much more exciting than three days later. Trust me on this. Take an awesome picture of your kid that couldn't be done on ...
  • I like the concept. But seriously does it have to say boss strap in yellow on black? ;-)
  • It depends. What's your goal? What at you shooting?
  • I had the Giottos Aegis Schott Glass Screen protector on my 7D and it was still on when I sold it a year or so ago. It seems like it was much more likely to smear from oils on my face or nose then ...
  • In "A" auto mode everything is going to be done for you. In "P" program mode you'll need to set some things. It is likely set to a single focus point or a small cluster of focus points, which is ...
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