ampimagedotcom

ampimagedotcom

Lives in United Kingdom United Kingdom
Works as a Photographer
Has a website at http://www.ampimage.com
Joined on Dec 14, 2011

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  • Replied in flambient
    "The word flambient is a mash-up of two words; flash and ambient ."
  • Replied in Giant Reflectors
    Have you considered the Profoto Giant Reflector 300 or the 240 ?
  • The little pop-up flash on the Sony 6000 does a great job - so that is what I would use when reccing a place... .. which is basically what you are being asked to do by the Real Estate agent. After ...
  • I don't think that's lens flare - I think that's due to you placing the umbrella or softbox above. I would normally use a hard light when shooting food these days... .. to create a shaft of light...
  • Replied in Camera shake
    The Hasselblad 503 is great for producing that type of 'dreamy look'... .. due to it being hard to focus - although 'camera shake' could also play a part as well.
  • Replied in XF or H6D
    The Phase One XF Camera System or the Hasselblad H6D would currently be the best.
  • What type of stuff are you shooting and how are your images being used? I have both the P25 ( which I bought back in 2004 ) and the P25+ ( which I bought as a backup ) - which, like Colin, I use on ...
  • Bowens 40° Sunlite Reflector No. BW1868 - is good for imitating the sun in the evening... .. or in morning... .. when the light would be a lot more interesting... .. because it is lower in the sky.
  • Replied in Umbrella
    I would mainly use the Calumet Silver / White Umbrella - which I would either shoot into... .. or shoot through... .. when working on location - and wanted to produce the type of images that others ...
  • That's why I put "(in writing)" in brackets - just so you know.
  • You said: ".. it is not a "Work Made for Hire," even if there was a "Work Made for Hire" agreement. " - so I asked you " what do 'you guys' call it? " then -  to which you replied " it would be ...
  • I know it was common about 20 years ago - and my clients thought it was crazy too - especially since I couldn't explain to them what the ‘Creative fee’ was actually for, besides for my time and ...
  • Okay, so a "Work Made for Hire" agreement that isn't actually one because it does not fall into the “Work Made for Hire” category, is called a "contract" between the two parties... in the USA. I ...
  • If they didn't agree (in writing) to hire me to do the work for them beforehand, then they would not need to pay me anything afterwards, unless they used my images or wanted to use my images - is ...
  • I know all of that - the question was: what do 'you guys' call it , i.e. the "Work Made for Hire" agreement that you mentioned, that isn't actually one because it does not fall into the “Work Made ...
  • So what do 'you guys' call it, if someone agrees to pay you for your time & expenses to do the work, instead of or in exchange for the the Rights to use your images afterwards?
  • If I wanted to let you see I used a flash light or if I wanted to let you see what a specific modifier could do, then I would increase the shutter speed - but if I didn’t, then I'd probably try ...
  • Rather than say " is why they hired you to take the photos in the first place ", I would say this is why they (asked you and agreed beforehand to) paid you for the Rights to use your images after ...
  • I agree - and that would be the same for most modifiers once one leaves a controlled 'studio' setting - because sometimes lots of other light sources start to come into play and/or need to be ...
  • Yes, there are more than 100 different ways to shoot any subject and light it too - which is why your images look very different to mine. I was going to say " I would never use a soft box or an ...
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