Rachelle Nones

  • I sent an inquiry to the copyright office for information,along with a photograph for them to examine.

    I hope they don’t tell me to consult with a copyright lawyer because that would mean that the issue is pretty complex and I was hoping it
    would be easier to resolve.

  • You know, I think I am just going to send a photograph of the pottery to the copyright office and see what they have to say about the issue. It will help me to have that information for future projects.

  • James,

    Yep. I was hoping (maybe dreaming) that once they introduce the mirrorless that some people will sell off their old full frames like the Canon 5D, etc., and there will be more to choose from.

    I always feel that when I am trying something new that I should purchase on the low end because I am likely to abuse the equipment more since I’m…[Read more]

  • Yes, I might just have to take the photograph and hang it for my own pleasure! IT’s a shame because it is very striking.
    I was wondering about this issue because I stumble across a lot of interesting vintage items and some are very unique so I’m wondering if their unique design was copyrighted. I have a very uniquely shaped vase but it is not…[Read more]

  • David,

    For my crop sensor camera I already own a wide angle lens, a zoom lens, the kit lens, and the nifty fifty prime lens.
    I’ve also invested in reflectors, a light meter, two floor lamps, a white balance card, gels, etc.
    My favorite lens to use is the “nifty fifty” prime lens.

    Canon was my first SLR camera. I owned a Canon that used film…[Read more]

  • Ezra, Wow. Thank you for this very useful information. I wish I had known about that Canon price watch site when I was purchasing all of my lenses for my crop sensor Canon DSLR camera. That is priceless information and I might add this forum has been more helpful than a paid membership photography club’s forum.

  • I don’t intend to chuck my crop sensor. I will probably use it for road trips and photographing landscapes. But, I plan on doing more studio work. I want to create photographs to hang in my apartment and also to sell on canvas or as metal prints. I intend to invest more in lenses than the body but I would like a full frame for that purpose.

    I…[Read more]

  • Thank you. It is helpful.

  • I have less than $2,000 to spend and want to purchase my first full frame Canon camera.
    Any suggestions? I am willing to consider used. Sources? Best place to buy?
    I am using it for studio photography and some video.

  • After dabbling in landscape photography and photo essays and other genres, I’ve decided that studio photography is what I like best.
    I want to photograph a series of vintage craft items–one item was crafted by a Native American Indian. It is a piece of pottery bearing the face of an American Indian and is signed at the bottom. Is this considered…[Read more]

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