• If I post a photo online, say, on a blog, can anyone legally take/screenshot/save and use it for any purpose?

    Just want to share some photography with the world but like.... thats my stuff ya kno
    Just want to share some photography with the world but like.... thats my stuff ya kno
    15 answers · 5 days ago
  • Can you accurately tell what mm lens was used in a photo?

    If so, how. and it doesn t have to be exact, just give or take 5mm or so Thanks
    If so, how. and it doesn t have to be exact, just give or take 5mm or so Thanks
    14 answers · 6 days ago
  • How can I make my shoulder look smaller when I use bikini while taking picture?

    I really hate seeing my shoulder look bigger when I take a picture.
    I really hate seeing my shoulder look bigger when I take a picture.
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • I feel that my friend has posted an inappropriate photo of herself. What should I tell her?

    A classmate from my college recommended that I should take a look at her VSCO due to her discovering a lot of new filters she has not seen anywhere else. She told me that the features of the app were very interesting and were able to make photos look nicer. Before I made an account, I took a look at her profile on... show more
    A classmate from my college recommended that I should take a look at her VSCO due to her discovering a lot of new filters she has not seen anywhere else. She told me that the features of the app were very interesting and were able to make photos look nicer. Before I made an account, I took a look at her profile on her first page of photos and all of them looked very nice with all different kinds of filters. Suddenly, I noticed a photo that seemed to be inappropriate. She took a mirror selfie of herself naked with her private parts covered. I understand that this may be considered to be full nudity as none of her private parts are clearly shown in the picture. However, I feel that something bad may happen to her as her VSCO profile is public, making the photo easily seen by anyone on the internet. Should I tell her to remove it? What should I say to her? I am not going to post the photo because I do not want to attract any unwanted attention. However, if you guys do need it, promise me you will be mature about it.
    4 answers · 1 day ago
  • Good lighting?

    Best answer: If you are using a digital camera, it most likely has a menu where you can add color correction based on the type of lighting. However, for creating the best light, use a bright semi-directional work light / spot light with a "natural daylight bulb" and place it behind a thin white bedsheet or similar... show more
    Best answer: If you are using a digital camera, it most likely has a menu where you can add color correction based on the type of lighting. However, for creating the best light, use a bright semi-directional work light / spot light with a "natural daylight bulb" and place it behind a thin white bedsheet or similar material, or stand it close to a wall and point it at the wall for diffuse light that doesn't create harsh shadows.
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Enlaarge print size?

    8 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why do I have a double chin in pictures?

    Best answer: You only get a double chin in well lighted conditions with the camera up close? That's the real you. Anywhere else is a lie. How to solve? Shoot from an angle above your head (or at least above your jaw line) and shoot from a few steps further away than usual (that means no selfies).
    Best answer: You only get a double chin in well lighted conditions with the camera up close? That's the real you. Anywhere else is a lie. How to solve? Shoot from an angle above your head (or at least above your jaw line) and shoot from a few steps further away than usual (that means no selfies).
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is this a good photo?

    Is this a good photo? Why or why not? https://m.imgur.com/QqKXUVA
    Is this a good photo? Why or why not? https://m.imgur.com/QqKXUVA
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is a better file size for resolution: 24mb JPG or 18mb TIFF?

    If they are both at 300dpi, is there going to be a major difference in the resolution of the image? What are the exact differences?
    If they are both at 300dpi, is there going to be a major difference in the resolution of the image? What are the exact differences?
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • I was wondering how to find the identity of someone in an old picture I found online?

    I was looking through old pictures and found one that stuck out to me. I wanted to know if there is any way I could find the identity of someone in an old picture. I tried searching diffrent times but found nothing. Any ideas? Thanks!
    I was looking through old pictures and found one that stuck out to me. I wanted to know if there is any way I could find the identity of someone in an old picture. I tried searching diffrent times but found nothing. Any ideas? Thanks!
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Should I have two separate web pages, one for photography and video and one for graphic design?

    Best answer: If photography, video and graphic design are part of what your business does, then it needs to be all in one website. Main reason for this is that all of these services are closely related to each other. It's not as if you also offer house cleaning, which of course, would need to be under a unique business... show more
    Best answer: If photography, video and graphic design are part of what your business does, then it needs to be all in one website. Main reason for this is that all of these services are closely related to each other. It's not as if you also offer house cleaning, which of course, would need to be under a unique business name and website.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Photography outside someone s house on the street?

    Does the house owner have a right to come out and kick me out if I am doing photography on the street outside his house, but not taking pictures of his house or on his driveway? He claimed that it was private property, but there were no signs and I was not on his driveway. Did he have a right to come outside and... show more
    Does the house owner have a right to come out and kick me out if I am doing photography on the street outside his house, but not taking pictures of his house or on his driveway? He claimed that it was private property, but there were no signs and I was not on his driveway. Did he have a right to come outside and complain to me asking me to leave because I was taking pictures of my friend with my DSLR?
    11 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What Editing Software Allows for This Resizing? (Changes Dimensions Using Cover Picture to Fit Instagram Post Format)?

    I saw someone on Instagram make a post that looked like this and I Instantly wondered what they used to make this as I constantly struggle with getting my own videos to fit the post dimensions without looking bad. I’ve done some research but have failed to find an application that can replicate this effect.
    I saw someone on Instagram make a post that looked like this and I Instantly wondered what they used to make this as I constantly struggle with getting my own videos to fit the post dimensions without looking bad. I’ve done some research but have failed to find an application that can replicate this effect.
    3 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Photography business name ideas?

    I am looking for suggestions for what I should name my photography business as I am rebranding. My first name is Jennifer, middle is Michelle, last name starts with a V. I would rather not do first & last name photography because I am divorced, but kept my married name. I can t come up with anything creative.
    I am looking for suggestions for what I should name my photography business as I am rebranding. My first name is Jennifer, middle is Michelle, last name starts with a V. I would rather not do first & last name photography because I am divorced, but kept my married name. I can t come up with anything creative.
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Can anyone think of a way to use multiple lens and types to make things far away appear very close.?

    Best answer: Yes, it's called a tele-converter. They come in various sizes, the most popular among these are the 1.4x and 2x converters. The 1.4x converter will reduce the light from the lens by1 stop of light, while a 2x converter reduces the light by 2 stops. You don't mention what brand/model/type of camera... show more
    Best answer: Yes, it's called a tele-converter. They come in various sizes, the most popular among these are the 1.4x and 2x converters.
    The 1.4x converter will reduce the light from the lens by1 stop of light, while a 2x converter reduces the light by 2 stops.

    You don't mention what brand/model/type of camera you're using. You will need a camera with interchangeable lenses in order to use a tele-converter. The TC is first mounted onto the camera, then you mount your lens onto the TC.

    If your camera has a fixed lens like those in camcorders and point-and-shoot cameras, then you will need what is called a lens converter. These are add-on lenses originally designed specifically for camcorders since they have fixed lenses. However, if you buy one with the same filter thread size as your telephoto lens, it will strengthen it's power. These lens converters come in various strengths ranging from 2x about 5x. Down side is that most are cheaply made and will greatly reduce the image quality. This will be seen by a lack of sharpness especially in the corners/edges of the frame which can be downright blurry as hell. The really good ones can as much as $300-$600 which is as much as a real lens.

    Here's a link to B&H showing all of the teleconverters on the market. Use the filters on the left to reduce the results to just those that fit your camera and are within your budget. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/buy/Telec...

    The best brand to choose will likely be from the same manufacturer as your camera body. However, Sigma, Tokina and Tamron all make super good teleconverters at a lower price than those from Canon and Nikon. Also realize that the TC from Canon and Nikon often only fit their professional lenses. Canon, for example, their TC only fit their L series of lenses.
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago