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Hi! I am a passionate Lenspirationer and photography enthusiast from Pennsylvania. I am shooting with a Nikon D5200 and multiple lenses: my favorites are the sigma 17-50mm 2.8, and the nikon 50mm 1.8
Good morning Caitlin! @creative-click-photography
I know you use Lightstock, so would there be a problem with using one of theirs?
Since it is not copyrighted it seems like it would be fine to use it.
That one seemed pretty simple to me.
Otherwise I have no experience with that!
Try that again…
I created a new watermark for my photos last month and I’m wondering what you all think.
I want to know what to change before using it on all my photos. 🙂
If you look at My Portfolio you can see the previous watermark I had made.
Since then I decided that it would look more professional to have only my name, so that’s why I updated it.
I want to…[Read more]
I found an ugly-looking pond near me, but by the time I started taking photos the sun had already set.
So I tried the flash and was surprised at how gross it made the pond look.
I was busy editing wedding photos from a recent wedding, so I got to this a little late!
I happened to take a trip to Ocean City NJ with my family a couple weeks ago, so I had a great opportunity to shoot for this assignment.
It’s really hard to make the ocean look vast in a vertical format!
Here are some more…
Unfortunately, I didn’t see any wheat fields though.
This was such a great assignment!
I ended up staying in Nebraska, so I got some great photos of the sunrise, cornfields, and some other type of crop. (Soy maybe?)
Some of these ended up not being super “Harvest-like,” but I think they could still work.
This looks like a great assignment!
I am planning to be going on a road trip out west this month a few days before this assignment ends, so maybe I will be able take some photos of wheat fields as we travel through Kansas or Nebraska.
I buy a lot of gear on ebay, and I am guessing I could get a Nikon 24-70mm 2.8 (used) for around $600-$700 using my “Best Offer” or else bidding in an auction.
It just takes a little research and negotiating.
@kina I would be interested to know what percentage KEH gives you just in case I would want to sell some of my equipment to them.
Okay, I feel like people photography is not necessarily my thing, but I finally found a little time with my younger siblings and shot a few photos.
There isn’t much variety, but it was all I had time for.
I loved the idea of having those Math U See blocks in the background 😉 ! (Secret advertising going on there.)
I sell on Ebay, and that works fairly well. (except the 9% of item value that Ebay takes out. 🙂 )
But that is just something that you have take into consideration anywhere you sell.
I seem to get the best price for my items when selling through Ebay though.
You could also see what Adorama or B&H photo would give you. It would be far easier if you…[Read more]
…and also why you have both the 50mm 1.8 and 1.4, and if you’ll probably end up getting rid of one of them?
I’m not decided on that yet, but I really am liking f/1.4…
I think I will get rid of the f/1.8 since I like the 50mm 1.4 lens better for video.
I’d be curious to know how often you find yourself switching lenses
Yeah, that is the…[Read more]
Well there is nothing quite like Lightroom for sorting and editing…. but I’ve heard that On1 is a pretty good equivalent.
Check out this forum topic about On1. (Lightroom Alternative going for a sweet deal…)
But… I don’t have experience with this program, so take what I say with a grain of salt.
If you are looking for something that is the e…[Read more]
Hey guys, I have been buying and selling camera gear over Ebay for the past month and have come across some great prime lenses.
The reason that I like Prime lenses is basically because you can get really wide apertures with them, and they can tend to be slightly more sharp.
Anyhow, I am wondering if anyone on here has experience shooting with…[Read more]
The last two.
Here are some others. So hard to choose…!
Well, for this assignment all I had to to do was open the backdoor! (Quite easy, which means that I had a lot more options to chose from.) 🙂
I went around with my 70-300 lens for awhile to separate the subject from the background. Then I took my 50mm and put some extension tubes on it to get some super close-ups.
Then I found some unique flies…[Read more]
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