Hmmm. . . That didn’t work unfortunately, @dan-cope. I have 2 computer screens and basically Lightroom is open on one screen and then on the other screen the picture I’m editing is blow up really big and has a few buttons on it, but nothing much. I can’t look at anything else on that screen while I’m doing stuff in Lightroom. Sorry, I might not…[Read more]
I agree @greghahner. I use Fotolia. I have about 100 photos (my goal is 1,000! 🙂 )on there and I’m starting to make more regular sales. I would also recommend Lightstock. I was so excited when I found it because it is a Christian stock site. Not that I agree with all the photos on there, but it’s good to be part of another group of Christian…[Read more]
Thanks for that! All done! 🙂
How often do you back up your catalogue? I often push skip this time, but should I be backing up more often? With the back up file, if my Lightroom catalogue was to crash, does that have all the information (edits, keywords etc) in it? How does that work?
Plus, when I was putting my catalogue on my hard drive it…[Read more]
Just wondering if the deadline is going to get extended for this again or is it to late? I never did get around to taking more pictures for it, so I wanted to check before I do!
Great job with getting a website up and going! 🙂 That must be exciting! I did have a couple of suggestions, but of course it’s up to you.You could put a picture of people in place of the rose photo. Since your main focus is portraiture, I think it would be good if people could tell that straight away. Also, were it says ‘to see more of my work go…[Read more]
Thanks for that, @jamesstaddon. I understand just what she’s saying. And she doesn’t need to worry about being picky, the front cover of a book is pretty important, so we need something she’s happy with! 🙂 I’ll pray for her and her project. I’m still planning on having another go at shooting this!
I ran out of time to try and shoot the ‘glowy effect’, 🙂 but I found this photo of bokeh in my portfolio. I know it’s probably not exactly what you’re after, but it’s the best I came up with!
I didn’t realise the webinar was tomorrow, so if I’ve left it too late to get this critiqued no probs! What could I have done better with this photo? Composition, editing etc.
Here are the settings I used:
Shutter Speed 1/200
Lens 50mm f/1.8
Hi @modestyl! 🙂
No, you don’t have to be a pro-member to participate in Shoot to Serve. Often for the paying opportunities (this one isn’t!) there’ll be a different payment amount for the Pro members and non-pro members.
So, I was wondering what Margaret’s “critique” of my pictures was. 🙂 Is the main reason it isn’t suitable because there isn’t a path or was it the wrong pose, she didn’t like the brown grass or mountains, the clothing isn’t her style etc. Just thought it’d be handy to know for the next photo shoot, so hopefully it’ll be more what she’s after! 🙂
Ok, that’s good @jamesstaddon!
Oops, I just realised that I accidentally have a watermark on the images. I was fiddling around trying to make one the other day and as an experiment and I tried it on a photo. I forgot to uncheck the watermark box in the export settings in Lightroom! 🙂 Anyway here they are again without the watermark.
P.S. That…[Read more]
I just want to say a BIG thankyou for explaining how to do that! It wasn’t so hard after all and now pretty much all my photos are backed up on a hard drive. What a relief! 😀 I’m now enjoying empty SD cards! 🙂 Now, I just have to put them on my second hard drive, which I hope to do this week!
I do have another question though, in regard…[Read more]
Are these images too contrasty for text? Unfortunately, I don’t have any images with the just a bit of the horizon at the bottom of the frame. I’ll have to remember to try that composition next time. . .
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