nicodimus22

nicodimus22

Lives in United States Hanover, PA, United States
Joined on Mar 22, 2014

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  • I recently got the newest Tamron 70-300mm to shoot my nephew in a play, and have been pleased with it, especially considering the relatively low $450 price. Might be worth a look.
  • Sounds like a great way to immediately burn out the lens zoom motor by putting a lot of extra weight on it that it wasn't designed to move (which is why the LA7 exists in the first place...so you ...
  • I bought the LT-55 to use on the FZ200 before buying the TC-E17ED. Using the LT-55 + LA7 + FZ200 was like looking through Vaseline smeared on my front lens element, but hey, it did magnify some. I ...
  • Yup. And, the purpose of a portfolio is to demonstrate the kind of work that you can create if someone hires you. Have a look at this: https://www.zillow.com/homes/for_sale/house,mobile,land_type/3 ...
  • So you shoot around the parts that aren't. After all, you're not trying to sell your friend's house with a 100% complete shoot. You're trying to get some good sample images for yourself. Of ...
  • I'm somewhat of a hermit, and off the top of my head, I can think of 7 houses (including interiors) that I could go shoot tonight if I asked. Friends and family are good for that sort of thing, ...
  • Replied in Oh my.
    If the photos were made under a work for hire basis, which a subcontractor sounds like to me, then they're company property. Asking to use them as marketing materials for yourself would not go ...
  • You're right. Buildings are difficult to find. Personally, I don't know anyone who would let me into one.
  • Replied in Oh my.
    As I said in my first post, I'm not claiming that it's legal or not. I'm saying that when you're paid to take photos for a company, turning around and using those same photos in your portfolio is ...
  • Replied in Oh my.
    Models? We're talking about real estate photography. He was hired by a RE photography company to take the photos as a subcontractor. Are you following along?
  • I don't know about the legal aspects of it, but I know that asking to use or actually using photos that were specifically taken for a client for your own portfolio is considered very ...
  • Replied in 60mm f2.8D micro
    It has to be the 60mm f2.8D micro, because I shoot both wild bugs and tarantulas of various ages with it. It was great on the D7200, and it continues to be great on the D850. So much awesome for ...
  • Most cops know nothing about photography laws, though, so that could backfire. Realistically, they would be looking to solve the conflict as easily as possible, so they would probably ask you to ...
  • If you can't take a single good picture or video at 720p, higher resolution isn't going to help. High resolution may actually reveal flaws in your technique that the lower resolution is currently ...
  • I use the Sirui W-2204 Waterproof Carbon Fiber Tripod with the Manfrotto MHXPRO-BHQ2 XPRO Ball Head with my D850. No issues so far. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00WHFZJRA/ref=oh_aui_search_de ...
  • Then I would suggest the person should probably make up his/her mind. There's no such thing as a perfect format or camera, but trying to juggle 3 at once is not going to do anything good for your ...
  • Ordered: March 19th Received: April 13th (Amazon)
  • What types of photography still make solid money if you're very good at them, and you also have the skill set to run a successful business? Weddings, engagements, and portraits. In other words, ...
  • Thanks for the kind words.
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