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|I am a total novice, but I do have fun! Have an Olympus e 500 and a macro lens.|
Posted: 5/31/2009 10:55:56 PM
|I still use my Canon AE-1 from time to time.|
Posted: 6/1/2009 9:48:28 PM
|i like photography, but i never really got into it will all the hi tech equipment and develping stuff. I have a digital camera, and a creative mind that sees a good shot and takes it.|
Posted: 6/2/2009 7:56:13 PM
|I love b/w film photography. I have a Canon T-70 that is very temperamental and a Pentax P3. I consider myself an amateur but some of the shots I have taken actually have come out quite good. I started posting them on photobucket. I also just stepped into the digital age and bought a Kodak Xe. I'm kicking and fighting to stay in the film era. |
To me digital is just too easy.
Posted: 6/3/2009 6:10:44 PM
|Anyone know any U.K artists in the style of Gregory Crewdson? Love his work |
Posted: 6/4/2009 5:16:31 AM
|A year ago I was in Uganda shooting and took more than 3000 photos -- ask me and I'll send the link --|
Photography is a passion -- I'm semi-pro, and want to expand -- its too much fun with a couple DSLRs, Photoshop, and Dreamweaver!
Posted: 12/12/2009 6:19:56 PM
|I'm a professional fine art photographer. I make my living selling my work. Don't make a lot of money, but on the other hand I haven't had to work a real job for the last 9 years. The bad economy doesn't seem to be hurting me either, I'm still doing ok while everyone I know who made good money as someone's employees are now nobody's employees and no income!|
I've been into photography since I was a kid. My dad had a 35mm SLR and he showed me how to use it when I was about 8, and he got me one when I was 11. I got serious about photography in high school, then went to Indiana University for an art degree. I lived in Santa Fe, New Mexico for a couple of years, which is an awesome place to be a photographer!
Posted: 12/13/2009 12:08:14 AM
|I may be guilty of being more of a computer geek than a photographer. I have 4 photoshops that I interchange for various reasons, and I love putting my photos on DVD slideshows. My camera will also take short films (10 min or so) and I can adjust the memory to desired resolution for stills. AWESOME feature!!! I have a SONY & highly recommend their products.|
I love digital, but used to have a standard 35mm SLR. Mostly I do family photos and nature - wildflowers & scenery. I have given presentations of my slides of native wildflowers. Don't think I'll ever go back to a film camera. The quality of digital is wonderful.
Posted: 12/13/2009 3:47:30 AM
Really?! This thread has been put to sleep over 6 months ago..
Unfortunately, valid topics get crowded out by invalid threads consisting of nothing more than juvenile pop culture lists and surveys with no discussable topic. Hopefully soon, this forum will be cleaned up and it's purpose restored.
I love digital, but used to have a standard 35mm SLR.
I still have a Nikon D100 DSLR, a little long in the tooth, but still taking usable images.
If I upgrade, it will definitely be a decent lens before considering a new "modern" camera body.
It's all in the optics.
Posted: 12/13/2009 3:17:12 PM
|Ive worked in the industry a bit, and now im training to be a teacher..... it was to much of a dog eat dog world, but i get to teach photography every day and its great....|
Personally ive got a d200, a few leicas, and a holga 120........ love them all
Posted: 12/16/2009 9:00:05 PM
I have been painting for a long time and just started to work on my bachelors in web design, which has sparked my interest in photography. I am looking for a inexpensive digital slr camera that I can play with. If anyone is selling please let me know.
Email. Maybe we can do something. I bought a Nikon D40 several months ago but, as usual, I rushed into without doing enough homework. I want to upgrade to a D5000 which means selling mine. It's in perfect condition. Email me if you're interested. You just can't take a bad picture with it.
Posted: 1/1/2010 1:51:47 PM
|Hey photogs - can you recommend a good photography magazine for an amateur? I want to give this as a gift to someone who likes both digital and traditional photography, but is not trying to become a pro. He's a frequent traveler and many shots are outdoors, but not all. Any suggestions welcome. Thanks!|
Posted: 1/3/2010 9:04:57 AM
|I used to just take photo's on holiday but being interested in the fire service i joined the|
fire brigade society 10 years ago and 3 to 4 times a year visit different fire@rescue service fire stations around the country taking photo's of fire appliances and also upgraded my camera to D/LSR a samsung GX10 in 2007 from a digital fuji finepix s304.
Posted: 1/13/2010 10:58:35 AM
|I don't have digital. I have a couple of older 35mm Minoltas, along with a bunch of lenses that I got at a pawn shop. I love photography, and since my cataract surgery last year, I can see much better to focus!|
Posted: 1/14/2010 11:42:42 PM
|I am a very avid photographer. I love to take pictures of anything. Babies are my favorite. Every summer I go down to Red Deer City Hall to take pictures of the new flowers in the garden.|
Posted: 1/19/2010 7:11:15 AM
|QUIT POSTING LINKS TO YOUR WORK IN THIS THREAD ! NOT ALLOWED!|
Posted: 1/22/2010 10:11:30 PM
|I am a professional photographer. I mainly shoot weddings,but every now and then shoot concerts. I work with a Canon 50d...she's my baby. :)|
Posted: 1/23/2010 3:19:41 AM
|Its cause our eyes are amazing. Average photo film can record up to 5 stops(light intensity increment) and our eyes see over 12!! We see so many more frequencies of light whether in a deep shadow or a fullmoon. |
There isn't a camera in the world that can replicate or reproduce what we see!!!
Posted: 1/23/2010 3:35:57 AM
Where u teach and how did u go from photog to teacher?(how much required schooling)
Incendiary: what's ur fav setup? Use flash? Fav lenses?
Personally I'm a 15mm whore lol
Posted: 1/23/2010 9:24:32 AM
|I do photography as a hobby!!|
The photography market is so over-saturated, because there are so many dummies out there who think they are pro cuz they take macro shots of flowers.
With todays technology of digital camera's, it will be hard for any serious PRO to compete with the average dummy and their SLR they bought at Wal Mart
Posted: 1/28/2010 11:38:01 AM
|You have to love the Canon cameras. I gave up my 30D to my son almost a year ago. I will replace it with a Canon EOS-7D. I do Landscapes & Wildlife Photography. I live outside of Jasper Park Alberta Camada. The photography here is outstanding I must say. |
Posted: 1/31/2010 7:36:05 AM
|I have the canon powershot with 20 zoom! A wonderful camera. Can do many tricks on the camera itself! I love photography, a great hobby! I started another thread not knowing that this was here! Feel free to check my profile I have several photos there! Have a great shoot where ever you are!|
Posted: 2/4/2010 5:37:10 PM
|I use a Nikon d90 myself but I also have an old school Canon AE-1, I love digital, film is nice but I've gotten so use to reviewing shots I can't go back and it simplifies speedlight usage.|
Posted: 3/17/2010 1:44:37 AM
|I wonder what the guys who are in film processing are going to do for a living. All the pros I see are using high end digital cameras. I don't know anyone who uses film any more.|
Posted: 3/17/2010 5:43:12 AM
|Yes apart from holiday photos im a member of the fire brigade society and visit different fire services in scotland 3 times a year and photograph appliances but theres vists from march to september all over britain. I bought myself a DSLR a Samsung GX 10 in 2007. The first visit in scotland is on April the 10th at Strathclyde fire@rescue at Hamilton, Cumbernauld and other places etc. Theres about 900 members in britain.|