richiebee

richiebee

Lives in Canada St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada
Works as a Music Technologist
Has a website at www.studiobeecreative.com
Joined on Sep 22, 2007

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  • My low light stuff is where I make money, and I consider what I currently use to be the minimum I would settle for.
  • Maybe ErichK is Joni Mitchell.
  • That's not what I said. I said they don't take on non-Canada Post shipments.  They only clear shipments that ship through Canada Post. So, unlike a regular customs broker, if you send something by ...
  • Shipping by UPS does not require you to use UPS brokerage services. Hire your own customs broker.
  • So where do you classify your grip?  Is it considered a power supply or a camera accessory?  What happens if you choose wrong? What about a tripod?  Where is that classified? Do you pay duties on one?
  • What if your item isn't made in the US?  Then NAFTA doesn't apply.  Then you have to figure out if your item has duty to pay on it, and if so, what rate. then you need to pay it to customs before ...
  • An item is an item.  Small items often require as much work to clear through customs as large items do.  I avoid UPS and Fed-Ex, they're known for gouging, but customs brokers are essential, and ...
  • So how are you planning to clear your stuff through customs in future?  Maybe have it delivered to the border and meet it there? Does that take a minute or two?
  • Replied in I hardly ever...
    ...touch saturation or vibrance in Lightroom after importing my raws.  Why? Because I like them how they came out of the camera. I guess it's the difference between CSI Miami, New York, and ...
  • http://www.ishootshows.com/2009/04/07/concert-photography-red-lights/
  • So which current forum do you think covers this fairly specialized activity? I'm not seeing any that do.
  • Replied in How do they...
    ...make the weather/lighting the same for all models?  I mean, comparing one model to another is easy enough, but what if you want to compare with several different models?
  • Replied in D610
    It's worth your consideration.  Same sensor as D750. AF not as sophisticated, but very capable, and nothing you've suggested for use would cause it difficulties.
  • Seems ridiculous to me.  Who wants to sift through a web site of 100 choristers?  Sounds like someone on the organizing committee is looking for a free headshot.
  • Meh, a reshoot would just require more skin retouching. NBD.
  • I don't think I've had a single free lunch since shooting raw.
  • Define obsessed. I like my images to be sharp. I dislike images that aren't, just like I dislike audio recordings that don't have clarity. I don't go to a store and try out 10 versions of a new ...
  • Replied in Spot...
    ...at least 99% of the time I use in camera metering. I use a light meter for portraiture.
  • Depends a lot on the venue - size and lighting. I agree with someone else who said f/4 won't cut it.  I like to close down a little to add some sharpness, but I'm very rarely at anything beyond ...
  • Surely you can have some fun with that.
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