I'm looking for a slim everyday "man bag" that I can also use to carry an a7s+lens and maybe another prime, nothing more, Priority is small size, easy fast and kinda stealth access (fuck velcro) while still being relatively safe when closed and a look that doesn't scream "camera bag". Don't care about water-proof materials, not in my country.
I saw a shitload of bags on amazon but they're all like this:
a: big camera bags, they all obviously have "I have a camera inside, pls steal it" written on them. I may... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I've got some recent stuff for you guys,most of these will be from a week long trip to Death Valley I took in late December. It was my first time there but I could see myself going a lot more often. It's seriously like a paradise, with every kind of desert landscape you could imagine and more. And it's mostly empty in December. I spent every sunrise and sunset without another human in sight, and got to spend most nights in peaceful, silent solitude camping in the van. It's completely awesome. This was a salt and mud flow that was drying up from the floods in October.
All of these are home developed, this is Provia.
To any of you who picked up my plains photography ebook, check your inbox. I just finished a total overhaul and expansion of it and you get an upgrade. The new one is far more packed with info and photos (at least three times as much text), so I promise it's waaaay better.
Dunes with no footprints were a treat. Until I turned around wanted to shoot in the other direction and can see that I totally decimated miles of dunes with my own feet. Classic dune photography feels, good thing the sunset was also good in this direction.
The sailing stones, in a place where rocks move on their own. It's a brutal tire-popping and very slow drive down a long bumpy road to get here, which luckily keeps this place from getting a million visitors. I only saw a couple tourists in rental Jeeps photographing with ipads (my favorite) that all disappeared a couple hours before sunset. One of them asked me if I was taking video of the rocks moving. If there was one place I was worried about running into herds of photographers it was here but I lucked out.
This was Velvia 50, definitely pushing the limits of dynamic range but it worked. I might develop the Ektar shots later this week.
I'm an amateur photog and I've never really shot people before, but recently I was talking to one of my qt friends who happens to be an actual runway model and she agreed to go on a photo shoot with me. we have been friends for maybe a year now, but like not close friends. the problem is I don't really know what to do or expect. how do I make her comfortable is probably the most important thing right now. but also how long is a typical shoot? and how do I get started when I meet her? what are somethings I should prepare? feel free give give any top tips pic kind of related: it one of my better works as photographer
She's agreed to spend some time with you, be grateful for that. Just be yourself, take some pictures, have fun and see how it turns out. If you try to turn it into a serious shoot with specific goals it will turn out rubbish.
If she's a model say something like "I don't usually shoot fashion or models or any of that kind of stuff so you have to show ME what to do"
Due to an accident I cannot do my job, but I still have to earn money, so I'm looking for ways to work from home. Thing is I'm pretty good at retouching portraits and I love doing this. Question is: Is there a market for this? Are there professional photographers who don't want to do the retouching and are willing to outsource this?
Keep in mind that I'm from eastern europe, where average pay is 2$/hour. So if I can make any more than that I'm ok with that. So if there's a market for this how do I find clients?
You're definitely overdoing it, even for some ex-Iron Curtain locale. The edited version looks like the kind of doll you see wearing clothes in a clothing store, but it's got a face and everything.
The nose did not need to be any narrower. The skin didn't need to lose its redness (FYI, red means wet in the panties, hence makeup such as rouge). Same for the hair. The eyes didn't need to be bigger, but you left the red bits in the inside corner of the left eye regardless. The eyebrows (and eyelashes, if not so much so) didn't need to be perfect... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So I am in a B&W film class and our assignment requires us to depict texture. Only thing is it is winter time in Michigan, so not much organic subject matter to work with. Any help/ideas/influence would be greatly appreciated.
I guess, but taking a close up of snow is kinda boring IMO. I was shooting snow and ice yesterday, started breaking the ice to show sharp and smooth and it looked okay, but I'll need some more for certain.
This camera is a product of master chinese sweatshop labor brilliance
Though I prefer an actual camera, but I am not a photographer. Genie us, and put me in that bottle baby, as it drink to go to sleep and awakens like the beasts that are digging holes in invisible walls.
okay 2:57 am odd thing to ask for, its been the 3rd anerversay of my close friend being gone, I want to scratch it on my skin, can anyone make a cook layout its from the top of my palm to about my forearm since i got some in there already, I want to do this but im weak with fonts or grafx, help a brother out ..... I come in peace from /o/ aswell throw your 2cents in
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