• Are you allowed to pull over the side of a road an just take a picture?

    Say you were traveling though the ozark mountains and you wanted to take a picture. Are you allowed to pull over and take a couple of minutes to take a picture as long as you aren't blocking traffic?
    Say you were traveling though the ozark mountains and you wanted to take a picture. Are you allowed to pull over and take a couple of minutes to take a picture as long as you aren't blocking traffic?
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • I never took my senior pictures & I feel deep regret?

    I am 22 years old and my sister just took her senior portraits and I felt deep regret... how do I get over it? I guess for college I’ll take some portraits right?
    I am 22 years old and my sister just took her senior portraits and I felt deep regret... how do I get over it? I guess for college I’ll take some portraits right?
    5 answers · 8 hours ago
  • How do I get my photos darker like this?

    How do I get my photos darker like this?

    I really like this darker editing style but I'm not sure how the photographer achieved it. Mine always end up bright and warm. How do I get them more like this boudoir photo? Is there something in camera I should be doing before I even get to the editing part? I always feel like adding contrast and shadows... show more
    I really like this darker editing style but I'm not sure how the photographer achieved it. Mine always end up bright and warm. How do I get them more like this boudoir photo? Is there something in camera I should be doing before I even get to the editing part? I always feel like adding contrast and shadows during editing makes it look bad whenever I try. Any feedback would be appreciated.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • What is the best Camera for photograph?

    10 answers · 3 days ago
  • What is digital Photography?

    What is digital Photography?
    What is digital Photography?
    5 answers · 13 hours ago
  • Why didn’t people back then smile when they had their photo taken?

    Best answer: Prior to 1826 – 1827 there was no photography, so people who wanted portraits of themselves had to sit for hours, sometimes days posing before a portrait painter. Oil painting on canvas was incredibly expensive, so only the rich and famous could afford a portrait. Add to this the fact that life expectancy was short... show more
    Best answer: Prior to 1826 – 1827 there was no photography, so people who wanted portraits of themselves had to sit for hours, sometimes days posing before a portrait painter. Oil painting on canvas was incredibly expensive, so only the rich and famous could afford a portrait. Add to this the fact that life expectancy was short -- thus most wanted their portrait made as a legacy. It was commonplace to have a silhouette made. You sat adjacent to a window so that your shadow played on a placard. The silhouette artist traced the outline of your face, most often using a lens and or a mechanical device. A miniature silhouette, black on white, was the result. These were cheap -- thus very popular.

    The first picture made took 8 hours to expose. Soon after the sensitivity of the light-sensitive plates increased, now the exposure occurred in about 4 to 5 minutes. To sit for a portrait was an ordeal. You dressed in your finest and the photographer applied clamps and braces that prevented you from moving during the exposure. As time passed, the exposure time was reduced to about 1 minute. The portrait studio moved indoors to a room with a skylight.

    As film speeds improved so did the studio lighting. By the 1940’s, it was common to pose before hot, bright lights. The subject was uncomfortable plus sweaty. People often fainted because of the hot lights and the nervousness of these sittings.

    No, people did not smile much, the session was uncomfortable and they were spending money. The good news, photography and portraiture was available to the masses. Now we have cell phone cameras, what a progression!
    12 answers · 5 days ago
  • True or just being nice?

    A professional photographer for our office today said I was photogenic, handsome, and had a pretty smile and all. She knew she wasn't getting tipped or anything and she didn't say stuff like that for everyone. Could she have been telling the truth or was she just being nice?
    A professional photographer for our office today said I was photogenic, handsome, and had a pretty smile and all. She knew she wasn't getting tipped or anything and she didn't say stuff like that for everyone. Could she have been telling the truth or was she just being nice?
    10 answers · 5 days ago
  • Is there a website where I can get my digital photos printed?

    I have a bunch of photos that I've taken over the years on a flashdrive. Want I wanna know, is there way for me to get these photos professionally printed and sent to me? Digital files are great...but I miss how photos used to be back in the day. I tried one website, and they were gonna charge me 20 bucks for... show more
    I have a bunch of photos that I've taken over the years on a flashdrive. Want I wanna know, is there way for me to get these photos professionally printed and sent to me? Digital files are great...but I miss how photos used to be back in the day. I tried one website, and they were gonna charge me 20 bucks for one simple photos, in the smallest size possible. Seems like a real ripoff. Are there any alternatives out there?
    8 answers · 4 days ago
  • I am between purchasing a Nikon D5600 and a Sony a6300. I have seen both but I am stuck on which is better for photography. Any thoughts?

    Best answer: Either one is perfectly acceptable for photography. How your images turn out depends more on your skills as a photographer, not the camera. I can take horrible pictures with expensive gear, yet a seasoned photographer could create wonderful images with lesser equipment. You have a number of things to... show more
    Best answer: Either one is perfectly acceptable for photography. How your images turn out depends more on your skills as a photographer, not the camera. I can take horrible pictures with expensive gear, yet a seasoned photographer could create wonderful images with lesser equipment.

    You have a number of things to condsider.

    Look at the breadth of accessories for both companies. You'll probably find that Nikon has a wider selection of lenses, and also from the non-Nikon manufacturers. Radio links for speedlights usually only support Nikon and Canon products if you want TTL.

    If size of the body is important, then Sony wins. However, the A6300 is a mirrorless body which means battery life will be shorter, around 400 shots for the A6300, apx 1000 shots for the D5600 per battery charge. I do trips in to the bush for a few weeks on end where battery life and management is important. This may not be an issue for you.

    There is consideration of EVF on the A6300 or optical viewfinder on the D5600. Both have their advantages, but for me, I would rather use optical. It's up to what you prefer.

    If you want to shoot wildlife, Nikon has the 200-500mm lens. This is a well performing lens at a very good price point. That would seal the deal for me, but, you might not care about long lenses.
    8 answers · 5 days ago
  • Which is better advice regarding giving a picture of someone else?

    a) I don't see why not, as long as the photos are ordinary pleasant ones and nobody is nude or posing sexily. b) If you don't have permission from the person photographed, then don't do it. c) both are good advice d) none of the above When you answer, can you give me an explanation?
    a) I don't see why not, as long as the photos are ordinary pleasant ones and nobody is nude or posing sexily. b) If you don't have permission from the person photographed, then don't do it. c) both are good advice d) none of the above When you answer, can you give me an explanation?
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • Photo Shoot OF FOOD For Menu-Need TIPS?

    Best answer: You'd be surprised what a cell phone can do. 1. lighting. dont let the light wash out the pic. Shoot outdoors, so its natural with some shadows. 2. backdrop: get a piece of posterboard to lay the food on and bend up the back so it looks like a seamless backdrop 3.Lens: when you think you're too close get... show more
    Best answer: You'd be surprised what a cell phone can do.
    1. lighting. dont let the light wash out the pic. Shoot outdoors, so its natural with some shadows.
    2. backdrop: get a piece of posterboard to lay the food on and bend up the back so it looks like a seamless backdrop
    3.Lens: when you think you're too close get closer. get as close as you can to the food
    4. perspective: dont shoot down onto the food, get down wiht it, pu the camare on the table with the food

    You're creative enough to be pastry chef. Photography is just another form of creativity. You can do it! Tell us where we can see the pcis when your done
    6 answers · 6 days ago
  • Can I make a copy of a picture of Glenn from The Walking Dead that I took on my phone of him signing my autographed picture.?

    Best answer: If you took the photos, then any copyright on them would be yours. Go to a place that understands that.
    Best answer: If you took the photos, then any copyright on them would be yours. Go to a place that understands that.
    9 answers · 1 week ago
  • Would it be tootriggering/be taken in the wrong way if i were to do a photography shoot based on items people used to commit/attempt suicide?

    need answers asap for my photography exam- the photos will purely just be of the objects on their own.
    need answers asap for my photography exam- the photos will purely just be of the objects on their own.
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • What happens if you are caught on railroad tracks taking pictures at night?

    so i am a photographer and i really want this cool shot on a bridge that has rail road tracks which r usable being in an industrial area. Where i wanna go and shoot this theirs no clear trespassing sign (that i have seen) and the fence is already broken down so anyone can walk in and out as they please. i will be... show more
    so i am a photographer and i really want this cool shot on a bridge that has rail road tracks which r usable being in an industrial area. Where i wanna go and shoot this theirs no clear trespassing sign (that i have seen) and the fence is already broken down so anyone can walk in and out as they please. i will be shooting this at night of course and i will have someone watching my back as i do this. Its a really nice bridge because its all old and rusty and the paint is peeling off and i want that mixed with the picture i want. which will look something like this.---->>>https://adamstephensonscfc.deviantart.co... I appreciate all the response
    14 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Photo album, scrapbook or printed photo book?

    I finally got my baby's newborn collage and some other frames filled. However, I didn't realize I was missing a photo from print order. The pharmacy was nice enough to reprint my entire order, but now I have extra prints I'm not sure what to do with. I usually just make up printed photo books. But now... show more
    I finally got my baby's newborn collage and some other frames filled. However, I didn't realize I was missing a photo from print order. The pharmacy was nice enough to reprint my entire order, but now I have extra prints I'm not sure what to do with. I usually just make up printed photo books. But now that I have actual prints, I was thinking of doing an album or scrapbook for my dad's birthday present. He's been hounding me for photos since his trip was cut short (whole other story). Either way, I will have to sit at the computer choosing photos, go pick up the photos or book, and ship it out since I have something else I'm including. Any suggestions?
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Indoor photography studio?

    Hey so I am starting to get into photography. And I wanted to start an in home studio. What equipment (preferably on the cheaper side) should I look into as far as lighting and any other accessories? Please and thank you!
    Hey so I am starting to get into photography. And I wanted to start an in home studio. What equipment (preferably on the cheaper side) should I look into as far as lighting and any other accessories? Please and thank you!
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • I want to return someones photos?

    I bought a camera from a second hand store, once the film was developed, four pictures came out that werent mine. Theyre of a baby girl, probably around the 90s. I really want to see if I can get them back to whoever owned them, I dont want to just throw them away since I feel they could really make the person who... show more
    I bought a camera from a second hand store, once the film was developed, four pictures came out that werent mine. Theyre of a baby girl, probably around the 90s. I really want to see if I can get them back to whoever owned them, I dont want to just throw them away since I feel they could really make the person who took them very happy. How should I go about this? I dont really want to just post a child online, especially without any kind of consent but I cant just forget about them.
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • Photo 2 of the what are they?

    Photo 2 of the what are they?

    5 answers · 2 weeks ago