• Is there a way to edit this?

    Is there a way to edit this?

    Best answer: Hmmmm....
    Best answer: Hmmmm....
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • My mom only post pictures in black and white, and then makes everyones face overly bright?

    Literally no other types of photos for years that arent like that
    Literally no other types of photos for years that arent like that
    10 answers · 1 week ago
  • Photography - Burst shot - Low light?

    Best answer: If you want to use bursts without flash, depending on ambient light only, you will need a very high ISO, which may result in noisy images. Be sure to turn on the Noise Reduction Feature. From your description I am reading you want to get the entire arc of the flower toss, hence the burst. These images may well... show more
    Best answer: If you want to use bursts without flash, depending on ambient light only, you will need a very high ISO, which may result in noisy images. Be sure to turn on the Noise Reduction Feature. From your description I am reading you want to get the entire arc of the flower toss, hence the burst. These images may well look like crapola due to the noise. Be sure to turn on Noise Reduction. Your settings will depend on the ambient light levels, there is no way I can advise you, except to say keep the shutter speed as high as you can to avoid shake and movement blur. I assume you will then composite the images to show the entire arc. Lots of work there.

    An alternative is that you use a flash. If you time it right ( use second curtain setting) you use a longer shutter speed, and the flash goes off when the flowers are at the top of the arc. What you get is the flowers blurring on the way up to the top of the arc, and down into the crowd of women fighting over the flowers. The flowers would be frozen by the flash at the top of the arc. This requires perfect timing on your part. Hopefully the bride will be frozen in a pleasing position when the flash goes off. Ask her to look at you and freeze as she tosses the flowers. Brace yourself (or use a tripod) to avoid camera shake.

    Or you stay safe: Use the flash with 1/250 shutter speed, watch her carefully, and shoot when you see her let go of the flowers. Everything will be frozen, but the bride will be in focus (extremely important) the flowers will be on the way up and the shot will be clean. Depending on how fast the flash recharges you may be able to get two shots. Set to burst but shoot as if you are only doing the one shot.

    If you have time, get some flowers and a friend to help and PRACTICE. I'd make time for that.

    Good luck.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Can I retake my license photo?

    The problem with my license photo is that I wasn t looking at the camera and I also showed some teeth (because when people say smile, my first instinct is to show teeth). I heard we aren t supposed to show teeth in official document photos but the lady taking the photo didn t say anything about it.
    The problem with my license photo is that I wasn t looking at the camera and I also showed some teeth (because when people say smile, my first instinct is to show teeth). I heard we aren t supposed to show teeth in official document photos but the lady taking the photo didn t say anything about it.
    14 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is this technique called?

    What is it called when put a subject or portrait in a photo and put the background black but do it in a way that looks effective not like its stuck on in a sticker Tried magic extractor in elements 11 it always looks like a sticker
    What is it called when put a subject or portrait in a photo and put the background black but do it in a way that looks effective not like its stuck on in a sticker Tried magic extractor in elements 11 it always looks like a sticker
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Anybody good at photoshopping?

    I have a picture of me and my sister and when i tried cropping it her arm is still in the picture😂 text my instagram or my snap if you any good🤘🏽 Snapchat: kylie_manz Instagram: kylie_manzanares84
    I have a picture of me and my sister and when i tried cropping it her arm is still in the picture😂 text my instagram or my snap if you any good🤘🏽 Snapchat: kylie_manz Instagram: kylie_manzanares84
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is a photograph considered a document?

    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Who took this Photo, and where it is from, and how do I know and why should I expect that it is a legitimate Photo ?
  • Why do models think Photographers should pay them to photograph them?

    I am an amateur photographer I have shot several weddings and shoots of family which I did for free when I first started. I have also shot some parties and events which I was paid to do. However when it comes to models I get the impression that Female models feel like they are above the photographer and that we... show more
    I am an amateur photographer I have shot several weddings and shoots of family which I did for free when I first started. I have also shot some parties and events which I was paid to do. However when it comes to models I get the impression that Female models feel like they are above the photographer and that we should pay them for the privilege of taking their pictures? However if I am not being paid by anyone to take the photos and both me and the model need them for our portfolio. Is it that models have the high ground because they will know that there will be desperate photographers who will pay. I know there is Trade For Prints etc and some models are genuine and will shoot for free if the project is good. I just think some feel like we need them more than they need us vibe. Also the type of shoot come into play too if its a nude shoot most models think you are just a pervy guy so you have to pay for the privilege of seeing them nude. Plus a lot of models spout that bills need to be paid well photographers need bills paying. If a model is that good they would have been snapped up by an agency and earning real money.
    13 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Are humans born to be photographers?

    Best answer: Some are, yes. And some aint.
    Best answer: Some are, yes. And some aint.
    11 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is This Picture Okay To Put On Instagram?

    Is This Picture Okay To Put On Instagram?

    13 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How do I "crop" this photo?

    How do I "crop" this photo?

    Best answer: Horizontally, of course, plus some off the sides.
    Best answer: Horizontally, of course, plus some off the sides.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • First time wedding photographer NERVOUS and Nfi?

    Hi guys, I have recently been asked to do photography for someone s wedding in 5 months. I am freaking out, as I literally bought a camera 3 months ago and have had like 4 photo shoots and taken a few other snaps and uploaded them. I wouldn t even class myself as amateur. They are going to pay me $500 and I can t... show more
    Hi guys, I have recently been asked to do photography for someone s wedding in 5 months. I am freaking out, as I literally bought a camera 3 months ago and have had like 4 photo shoots and taken a few other snaps and uploaded them. I wouldn t even class myself as amateur. They are going to pay me $500 and I can t tell you the pressure I felt being asked. I said yes and I have 5 months to hone in on my skills and experience. I ll upgrade lenses too, but certainly don t have a budget to buy anything of $500 for another good lens. Also, this is the part that s really gonna sting. I do not know the technical side of photography, not even shutter speed, ISO and aperture. It goes straight over my head! The only thing I know is I have a good eye and I adjust the camera the way I like it and rely heavily on editing, as that has steered me well. I need any advice!!!!!!
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why does a vignette appear around my photos after converting from raw to jpeg?

    So I did this summer program and was advised to use the raw format. Now I am trying to convert my photos back into jpeg images. The only problem is that when I try to do this using an online converter, it puts a vignette around the frames of my photos. Anyone have a solution for this? Do I NEED photoshop?
    So I did this summer program and was advised to use the raw format. Now I am trying to convert my photos back into jpeg images. The only problem is that when I try to do this using an online converter, it puts a vignette around the frames of my photos. Anyone have a solution for this? Do I NEED photoshop?
    10 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How do I approach strangers to ask to take their photo?

    Best answer: Smile and be polite. Be persistent and it'll get easier the more you do it.

    I suggest doing a search for "how to photograph strangers" for a lot more instruction.
    Best answer: Smile and be polite. Be persistent and it'll get easier the more you do it.

    I suggest doing a search for "how to photograph strangers" for a lot more instruction.
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago