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Archive for October, 2012

Hat-trick! New Gear Review — Camera, Lens, and Bag

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Only a few days back we doubled up on our earlier new gear post.  There’s no such thing as ‘too much’ of a good thing so let’s make it a hat-trick.  Again we go with a camera, a lens, and a bag except that this time we’ll start with the Read more…

Ownership of Copyright and Exerting a Copyright Claim – Part 2

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This is the second in a three part series on copyright law for photographers. The phrase ‘neither owners nor copyright holders’ seems to imply that the two are mutually exclusive, and they are.  Consider that for most wedding photographs, the photographer usually keeps the negatives and/or RAWs with no questions Read more…

Olivia Vitazkova’s Tips on Shooting Models and Fashion

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Olivia Vitazkova titles her tutorial “How to Organise a Fashion Shoot in 5 Easy Steps.”  That’s both a little misleading and a little modest because Vitazkova’s “5 Steps” are crammed full of tips and helpful information, making this quite a longish tutorial.  Even so it’s an engaging read. Vitazkova’s five Read more…

Encore! Gear: A Camera, Lens, and Bag

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In the just-previous post we took in a camera, a ’pod, and a bag.  Let’s make it back-to-back reviews of the same type, substituting lenses for ’pod. The Camera Sony’s SLT-A99 started shipping in the U.S. last week and what deserves attention is that this is a full-frame.  What adds Read more…

Copyright 101 for Professional Photographers – Part 1

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This is the first in a three part series on copyright law for photographers. Quiz Time Let’s begin with a quick quiz.  Acting on Kevin’s commission and instructions, Larry takes a photograph using a camera Jim lent him and a lens he borrowed from Bob, on an SD card owned Read more…

Gear: A Camera, a ‘Pod, and a Bag

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This new gear roundup looks at a camera, a ’pod, and a bag. A Camera “Ugly” seems to be the most-frequently used adjective for Nikon’s new V2 and not without reason.  However, looks are only skin deep so DPReview’s hands-on with this Nikon should have yielded some clear, obvious positives.  Read more…

Canon to Nikon: “Your Cheatin’ (Sony) Heart Will Make You Weep!”

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Here’s a camera joke floating around in cyberspace: When Japan Inc. started making cameras, they went to this big-name photog and asked him to do tests.  The best cameras got a ‘Nikon’ sticker, the less good got a ‘Canon’ sticker but when the big-name photog told Japan Inc. one day, Read more…

A Walk on the Weird Side

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Two days back our retail site’s readers were treated to a roundup of Weird and Whimsical Photography News.  Today it’s the pros turn to take a similar walk on the weird side but with a pro photography twist. Our lead item is not only weird but out-and-out whacko.  There’s an Read more…

A Diverse Array of ‘Happening’ New Products

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Let’s take a brisk tour of some ‘happening’ new products; a diverse array of in-the-news gear. If you’re a pro and you want to give a newbie a camera for a gift, you can’t go wrong picking the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF5.  Barrie Smith opines that it is “an excellent camera Read more…

Proposed Solution for the Soft-Copy/Hard-Copy debate – Part 3

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A Compromise Solution None of this means that giving digital images is a red line that cannot be crossed.  First off, photographers should realize that most people like to share memories over FaceBook or MySpace (or perhaps Flickr, PhotoBucket or Picasa).  Even though you may not be providing high-res digital Read more…

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