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Can't find a model? Check the mirror!
posted by mike2focus - 20th of june, 2012
As another weekend approaches, another great photo idea pops into my mind. Only problem is, I need someone to model for this shot. Nobody is available, though. And that ad I've been meaning to put up on Craig's List didn't happen again... More...
Thoughts upon reaching 1000 images on line.
posted by davidwatmough - 27th of november, 2010
Three weeks ago I received my Dreamstime check for $1000 but was 50 images short of 1000 so thinking about it I decided to invest in hiring a model. I wanted to capture images of the quality of these four which I envy. So... More...
How to be your own model.
posted by dcwcreations - 21st of august, 2009
O.K. right off a lot of you are saying I'm nuts, or rinky dink for even thinking of being my own model for some people photos but please hear me out before you cast me off. If you have not done a lot of people situation photos being... More...
My first digital SLR camera
posted by eprom - 7th of march, 2008
Last week I bought a second hand digital SLR camera. it is Nikon D70. about $300 for body. It is a digital time now! But I still keep my film camera, because the feeling is difference when I use film to take a photo. Here is my first... More...
Off-camera flash
posted by sebcz - 24th of september, 2007
Light from the camera - bad. Light from a side of the camera - good. This is the shortest way to express the simple truth that light from a side gives more texture and 3D feel to a picture. If you are new to this world of off-... More...
Make a List... Check it Twice... and Check What's on the List, too.
posted by south12th - 27th of july, 2007
I was recently asked to photograph a celestial event for a friend -- one that occurs only every 18 years. I was thrilled but also a little apprehensive. I'd have one shot to get it right. I made a list of everything I needed. And... More...
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