heres a shot from the 3200...still the same so i assume its the camera....
either way metering at 3200, at 8-9pm for me it was just slightly darker than day light...so for a photo to still turn out like that i cant imagine it being a long shutter speed...was shot on a 50mm at f1.2....so basically should of been like a 1/2000th of a sec shot or something simliar....
Your prism is out of wack i reckon.
monkey....... take a camera that you know works and focus on something.... note the distance on the distance scale.
Then, take your broken camera, and while standing in the exact same place, focus on the same object and note the distance scale.
I'n not sure what this will prove other then the camera being off, but it's something to try so you can see just how out of whack it is.
couldnt be bothered to shoot lately...
a self portrait on a commission work
What's this new credit stuff about?
I'll bet that the problem here is that your focussing screen is out of whack a little bit.
See if it moves around if you touch it (WITH GLOVES) or the like
this guy was on fucknfilthy and his tumblr seems to have a large following.
im curious about your guys opinion of his shit, i think its pretty mediocre (at least for the amount of attention its getting)
Last edited by VAsucks; 05-28-2011 at 05:38 PM.
Not bad, although nothing new
Just got asked by a girl at work to shoot her wedding in a couple months. Want to say yes but also don't want to fuck it up haha
Yeah, you better be ready for it. I fucking hate weddings.
I feel like I can do it fine. Not amazing compared to photographers standards but I feel like I can make her happy. I just have to figure out what to ask for in terms of payment. She wants me to be there all day, that means a ton of time editing photos, buying prints and everything else
do it for fuck all. I did my first wedding for $350.
That means theres way less pressure, and if you fuck it up you don't feel as bad because they got a good deal out of it anyway.
Plus that way even if your photos are amazing, your next wedding you can charge the standard $1500+
you'll learn so much from you're first wedding. you gotta be ready to think fast and adapt to very fast changing situations...
you better know your camera and light in and out because for example, if the weather of the wedding is a beautiful clear sunny day, that usually means harsh ugly direct sunlight and ugly photos. are you ready for that? do you know how to deal with that?
Last edited by .A.K.4.7.; 05-29-2011 at 07:15 PM.
Find shade or put the sun behind them and use fill flash? It depends what shots ur doing. If it's staged shots like family stuff it's easier. I will learn that's for sure
Have my first solo wedding in July. I would recommend assisting with one first if you can.
I think wedding photography takes a lot of repetition to know how to get the shots the bride and family will want. The guy I assist for has it down to a science.
I've never met a pro wedding photog who wasn't a pretentious jack ass.
as for the harsh lighting, remote off camera flash is your best friend.
also, my office was ran sacked and my 7d and few lenses got taken. Still waiting on insurance cover it, until then I can only shoot film. will post some ish soon,