hey relinquishingjunk, thanks for the notice.
and i dont see the point of all these hoo-hah. each to his own mindset pls.
Last edited by escapologist; 1st July 2008 at 07:49 PM.
making use of budget photographers
As a gig/rock photographer, you can't expect much. If you expect to get paid for this so much, what's the use of speaking about passion in gig/rock photography? Everybody wish to get paid for it but in the end, look at where are we staying. =) Stick to your passion and just continously show good photos. =)
Lan Lan Suck thumb! =D
haha. when i first saw the ad, i was soooooooooooo intrested! well because i love attending baybeats and all. but. decided to back out since im still 'new' in photography. hai... must use the right lens... this and that. aah so this yr, im just gonna try out things on my own and hopefully, try to be the photographer for baybeats 09? haha.
anw. what lens do people usually use at rock concerts?
everything is going up...i quess this is the best way to lure free photographers...this type of company really ....is....
Take both its legs down first, then cuts its tail, next is shoot between its eyes:devil:
Just whack only. haha. there's always a next time.
thx for the heads-up relinquishingjunk..most probably will be sending in my pics but i have a qn. how do u add caption text to the image? or do i just add a separate word document to the file?
Sony A200 | Sigma 30mm f/1.4 | DT 18-70mm f/3.5-5.6 | Minolta 70-210 f/4(beercan) | HVL-F42AM
Actually sounds like fun because can get passes to this concert thingmagic for free. Maybe I'll try sending in my stuff. of course if it so happens that out of the frames I shoot at baybeats most of them turn out to be closeups of my middle finger, I'll probably not be sweating the copyright too much.