I will be shooting tomorrow but I fear that I will get confronted. I'm amazed at how photogs are able to shoot at these close up range. They say that in order to get good street photos, you need to be close enough. Pic related is kind of hard to do especially with kids.
I will be using my film camera but it doesn't have a working meter. I think my phone will suffice. I prefer colored film as well but should I be using B&W film?
get good inspo. your pic related is an awful photo of nothing. went to that page (http://www.peterscottdavison.com/shooting-film/) and found similar snapshits. you have started wrong right away if you think thats a good picture, let alone a "street photo".
you can only be as good as the quality of your inspiration. unless youre a genius. but even then you need some proper references.
go and shoot in a place that makes you a bit uneasy. ive seen shit street here on /p/, photos inside literal... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey /p/. I am going to Iceland in a couple of weeks and I intend to photograph the Northern Lights if I'm lucky. I want to know how decent of a picture I would get from my current camera. I do not intend to purchase another, so I hope that's not an answer I receive. Here are the details:
>Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FZ200 >It's DSLR-"like" compact (off to a bad start, I know) >Lowest aperture f/2.8 .. 60 sec max shutter speed
Can I get a good picture? Have it look decent in color, maybe some scenery in the background etc.? I can't even find a sample pic of someone trying (probably a bad sign).
Pic is some guy using a LUMIX-G5 (Mirrorless, I believe)
How do I go about this? I have my own website with a section of it devoted to the shows that I have shot, but those shows have been at my cousins venue in NYC.
The websites of venues I want to go to and photograph bands don't have any sort of contact page or submission process defined on their website for press passes. Have any of you shot at Toad's place in New Haven CT, or Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford CT? or the Iron Horse Auditorium in North Hampton Mass??
Should I just call the venue and ask what the venue's managers email is?
you're either gonna request the band's touring manager or the venue's press coordinator
after a little googling, toad's place is fairly small so it shouldn't be hard while oakdale is pretty big. iron horse seems in the middle. not sure what artists you're trying to shoot but that plays a big part
bigger bands couldn't give less of a fuck about you or your photos. they're touring for weeks and the same photos are gonna be snapped over and over again
the people who truly care about those repeat boring photos are local... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
36 is only a conservative estimate. With the right camera and some practice, you can actually get a full 40 frames off one roll. Some cameras have sufficiently sophisticated film advance mechanisms that they can get an extra frame off every roll for you.
I just bought a SanDisk SD Card for my Nikon D7000 after about a day of taking pictures it stopped working. I tried to format it on the camera and after it completes the formatting, it just stays on FOR and flashes the slot it's in it. I tried to format it in the computer and no luck there. Has anyone had this happen to them before or is this just a freak thing that happened to me? If it has happened to someone else did you get it fixed? Thanks in advance.
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When i shoot lightbulbs whit my D5300 i get these weird blue ghosts that behave almost like lens flares. I asumed something was wrong whit my lens but used a different one and got the same problem. Is there something wrong whit my camera?
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