There is currently a photo contest organized by Olympus.
I have never taken part before. And I was surprised to see this rule:
"If the subject of a photo is a person, permission must be received from that person (parent or guardian in the case of a minor) before the photo can be...
Moderator(s), I am not too sure if I am posting into right section. If this is the wrong section, please help to move the thread. Thank you.
I have just received a message from a French photo editor. She wants to use a photo (that I took at event) for a magazine.
She did indicate the...
Any lens is fine. After all, it is shooting with what you have.
If you have a few lens and you are not sure which to bring, see if you have one of the following:
If you do not have any of the stated, that's fine too :)
Just make sure that you...
I only roughly look through all the posts. As mentioned previously by others, there is no "magic formula".
Photography requires light. Light can be natual or artifical or both.
Since it is at night, you can depend only on artifical light.
The chances is that the light is dim. So most...
cjvictory and travisjds, I have sent you my number via PM :)
canonmono, I have saw your photos in your Flickr. And I like some of the photos.
Anyway, I have little experience with film. If you have questions regarding your Nikon film camera, please feel free to post in the Nikon sub-forum...
What is this meetup about?
開始 (Kaishi) means start in English. I hope to help you get started on your photography journey.
This is a sharing session. I will explain some basic concepts. Then you will put the new knowledge into practice.
Who should attend?
If you are a new...
If I am not wrong, D7000 has some image sensor cleaning function.
After reading the manual, I am wondering what does it mean "Place the camera base down".
1) Does it mean the LCD screen face the ceiling?
2) BTW, do I need to remove the lens before activating the sensor cleaning?