Is this scope for photography comprehensive?


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zoossh

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dunno if there is anything else that can be added.

1. Portraits
- studio model
- outdoor model
- nude
- family/wedding
- environmental/travel portraits
- salon
- showgirls

2. Animals
- pets/fish indoor
- pets outdoor/zoo
- wildlife/safari
- birds
- underwater

3. Architecture
- travel/historical/cultural
- abandoned houses/cemetries
- modern abstract
- indoor design
- urbanscape
- night citiscape

4. Streets
- candid and snapshot
- local/travel lifestyle, e.g. drinking coffee
- travel/roadside festival
- environmental/travel portraits

5. landscape & scenaries
- forest/woodland/jungle
- farmland/grassland/desert
- mountains & vista
- coastal/waterways/waterfall
- suburban and remote human made structures
- night scenaries
- aerial

6. Events & activities
- indoor/outdoor sports
- sea/air sports
- indoor/outdoor wedding
- indoor/outdoor concerts/stage
- indoor bar/disco/parties
- travel/festival
- news & reportage

7. Still life & macro
- plants macro/abstract
- insects macro
- special effects macro, e.g. water droplets/splash
- product, food, toys
- still-life conventional
- still-life abstract
- car & motorshow

8. Special techniques
- panaromic
- lomo
- infrared/UV
- B/W
- HDR & multi-exposure
 

night86mare

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I suggest CHILDREN be added as a sub-group in portraits.
And IR and UV be set apart, from what I've read, not really that similar. =D
 

unseen

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Is this Clubsnap's definition/scope or general?
If it's general photography, I believe candids + all forms of photography involving people fall under portrait.
 

Clown

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ditto. too many 'landmine' baby pics lying around the portraits section.
 

zoossh

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Is this Clubsnap's definition/scope or general?
If it's general photography, I believe candids + all forms of photography involving people fall under portrait.
general.
 

Dan

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You may want to include some setting as well.. this will definitely be helpful to share amount photographer...

dunno if there is anything else that can be added.

1. Portraits
- studio model
- outdoor model
- nude
- family/wedding
- environmental/travel portraits
- salon
- showgirls

2. Animals
- pets/fish indoor
- pets outdoor/zoo
- wildlife/safari
- birds
- underwater

3. Architecture
- travel/historical/cultural
- abandoned houses/cemetries
- modern abstract
- indoor design
- urbanscape
- night citiscape

4. Streets
- candid and snapshot
- local/travel lifestyle, e.g. drinking coffee
- travel/roadside festival
- environmental/travel portraits

5. landscape & scenaries
- forest/woodland/jungle
- farmland/grassland/desert
- mountains & vista
- coastal/waterways/waterfall
- suburban and remote human made structures
- night scenaries
- aerial

6. Events & activities
- indoor/outdoor sports
- sea/air sports
- indoor/outdoor wedding
- indoor/outdoor concerts/stage
- indoor bar/disco/parties
- travel/festival
- news & reportage

7. Still life & macro
- plants macro/abstract
- insects macro
- special effects macro, e.g. water droplets/splash
- product, food, toys
- still-life conventional
- still-life abstract
- car & motorshow

8. Special techniques
- panaromic
- lomo
- infrared/UV
- B/W
- HDR & multi-exposure
 

raptor84

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For animals you can try:

Pets
Dogs
Cats
Hamsters, Rabbits, Chinchillas etc
Reptiles
Fish
Insects​
WildLife
Temperate Climate
Forest
Plains
Mountain​
Tropical Climate
Forest
Plains
Mountain​
Desert Climate
Savannah
Plains (open sand)
Mountain​
Arctic/Cold Climate
Plains
Mountain​
Urban wildlife
Urban/City
Sub-urban​
Zoo/captive wildlife
Underwater
Insect/macro


Thats all I can think for now.
 

nikonrus

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zoossh writing stickies again ah? Very hardworking man!
I norminate zoossh be promoted to with a brand new category so that he can make stickies w/o having to go thru the mods.
 

Francis247

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you missed out astrophotography.... stars, moon, planets, star trials.
Agree. :thumbsup:

Night/Low Light Photography includes
Astrophotography
Flash Photography
Fireworks Photography
Painting with Lights
Long Exposure
Star Trails
Aurora Borealis/Northern Lights
Black and White
 

Ally

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you missed out astrophotography.... stars, moon, planets, star trials.
Agree agree... :thumbsup:

Does stop-motion photography qualify anywhere? (Or would it be a sub-set of product?)
And do remote camera 'traps' fit anywhere in the nature section? :think:
 

asterixsg

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you missed out astrophotography.... stars, moon, planets, star trials.

:thumbsup: Was about to add lunar and solar eclipses (would they fall under News and Reportage) when I saw your post.

Zoossh,
You are preparing yourself to write a book or what ? The amount of research and hardwork you are putting through makes me think you are gonna prepare a Photography Bible :bsmilie:
Great work, bro :thumbsup:
 

Garion

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For animals you can try:

Pets
Dogs
Cats
Hamsters, Rabbits, Chinchillas etc
Reptiles
Fish
Insects​
WildLife
Temperate Climate
Forest
Plains
Mountain​
Tropical Climate
Forest
Plains
Mountain​
Desert Climate
Savannah
Plains (open sand)
Mountain​
Arctic/Cold Climate
Plains
Mountain​
Urban wildlife
Urban/City
Sub-urban​
Zoo/captive wildlife
Underwater
Insect/macro


Thats all I can think for now.
I for one always felt that the WoN forums should be split into two sub forums : one purely for pets/domesticated animals and one for wildlife, be it captive or wild animals. Insects are part of nature too but would be more appropriate in the Macro sub forum.
 

zoossh

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this is not meant to replace the current clubsnap categories as it is in their concerns to group topics of sufficient volume together. i'm compiling the list to help newbies who is wondering "what should i shoot?" and "what is there to shoot?"

dun be surprised that there are many of us who started shooting plants and cups at home, not knowing why we are shooting them and what is so interesting about them, not thinking of what is the subject matter and not knowing where to look for similar topics for learning, and shooting them not knowing there is such things as macro, and never thinking of stepping out to shoot a star trail.
 

zoossh

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You may want to include some setting as well.. this will definitely be helpful to share amount photographer...
and for that, i would love to see inputs. if i can write them all, i would be dropping my work now and becoming a prolific professional photographer.... but i'm not.

anyway, i've come out with a pathetic list here.

http://www.clubsnap.org/forums/showpost.php?p=2848938&postcount=57

and they dun work as settings, they work as principles.
 

zoossh

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:thumbsup: Was about to add lunar and solar eclipses (would they fall under News and Reportage) when I saw your post.

Zoossh,
You are preparing yourself to write a book or what ? The amount of research and hardwork you are putting through makes me think you are gonna prepare a Photography Bible :bsmilie:
Great work, bro :thumbsup:
if i know how to do a html, i would already have a website on korean movies..... but that interest dies off with the lack of time, the lack of money to collect dvds, and the new interest....

just thought of doing something free for ppl. there is something that need to be updated all the time, i can't do that unless that is my bread and butter job. but what i can do is to compile them in a useful manner, things that you can write once, and it stays true for a long time, or say at least for a few months to a few years.
 

Dan

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and for that, i would love to see inputs. if i can write them all, i would be dropping my work now and becoming a prolific professional photographer.... but i'm not.

anyway, i've come out with a pathetic list here.

http://www.clubsnap.org/forums/showpost.php?p=2848938&postcount=57

and they dun work as settings, they work as principles.
It is good enough to have this write out...
 

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