A black and white...
On another note, where can you get good insurance for your photo gear?
Regarding insurance, most homeowner policies provide for the option to include as a rider, personal article floaters which are designed to cover items such as jewelry, cameras, guns, artwork, etc. which would not be generally covered adequatley by one's general homeowner's policy.
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beautiful...the model and the pic!
Nice photo. Beautiful model and the shirt texture and neckline complements well.
I have my gear on my personal articles policy. I have State Farm but that is not an endorsement--they just happened to be cheapest for me and now I'm too lazy to change. It is by far the most cost effective coverage for jewelry, laptops/tablets, cameras, etc. PAP only covers personal use gear. If you use it professionally, you need to be in a different insurance classification.
I spoke with my home owner's insurance rep. I'd have to get a rider done... you're correct. But they told me I'd have to take all my gear in for an appraisal. I've got a lot of stuff. I'm thinking of just taking the lens, bodies, and lighting for an appraisal. But even that's quite a task.
Excellent a true professional looking shot.
It is better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you are a fool than to open it and remove all doubt.
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