I'm looking for a good CRT monitor that would be suitable for professional level photo editing. [more inside]
posted by ding3r
on Nov 30, 2005 -
Photographers and graphic designers: How much do you worry about people stealing and/or taking credit for your work? [more inside]
posted by anonymous
on Nov 27, 2005 -
The image on the left side of zeus.com
shows a photo of a man with some sort of optical effect partially overlying his head. Any ideas on what caused this? Both a name and a simple explanation if possible?
Suggestions I've heard so far include lens flare or reflections on an intervening pane of glass but noone seems entirely sure of it.
posted by edd
on Nov 23, 2005 -
My SD card has died (or has it?) - filled with pictures. Is it possible to get the pictures back, if Windows won't even "see" the card? [more inside]
posted by stevil
on Nov 22, 2005 -
Is there an inexpensive film scanner capable of processing medium-format negatives (120 film, 6x6)? [more inside]
posted by Mars Saxman
on Nov 20, 2005 -
What is a good and inexpensive option for getting high-resolution digital images from color print film? [more inside]
posted by exogenous
on Nov 16, 2005 -
Got a Kodak Brownie, looks good. Cleaned out the gunk on the lens (looked like battery corrosion wtf?), tried to slap some 120mm film in there. For some reason, it's too damned tight, and I'm afraid of ripping the film when I advance it. Anyone had this problem? [more inside]
posted by klangklangston
on Nov 15, 2005 -
As a pretty prolific photographer and new blogger, I want to make my photos an important part of my Typepad basic blog. I'm looking for some kind of service that will let me upload my photos and then create some kind of (ideal) RSS feed or (less ideal) HTML code that I can put on my blog to show the 20 most recent photos or so. I need control over the feed or code to make the thumbnails or images the size I want to fit in the design. I've tried flickr and I'm less than impressed by the inability to change the size of the photos in the feed. I don't want to use a flickr badge - I want the user to see all the photos as they read my blog entries. I'd also like to prevent having large amounts of added "ads" on top of my photos advertising the service I'm using to provide the photos. [more inside]
posted by riverjack
on Nov 10, 2005 -
I'm looking at constructing a large lightbooth for photography out of supplies found around the house. A friend of mine suggested using sheets and flood lights as reflectors and diffusers which seems like a pretty good idea. I was wondering if anyone has had any experience with this and what have you found to work best?
posted by loyd
on Nov 8, 2005 -
I'm looking for an online shopping cart that is free (or very cheap) and could handle sessions of wedding and event photos.
posted by andrewzipp
on Nov 7, 2005 -
Recently saw a Spencer Tunick
photo of a nude woman on a dock with the space shuttle launching in the beackground. Any idea where I can buy it?
posted by kyle
on Nov 5, 2005 -
Photo Ranking Software: know of any 'face off' photo ranking software sort of like JibJab's: Face Off
? It would be FYW the digital photo albums on my laptop - ie not networked. [more inside]
posted by prettyboyfloyd
on Nov 2, 2005 -
I hear that the path one takes while climbing Mt. Everest is littered with the dead bodies of people who have failed in their attempts to summit (1
). The wikipedia artcle
alludes to the fact that the bodies are "...easily visible from the standard climbing routes."
Well... I've seen a ton of shots of the summit, so I know they've taken cameras up the sonofabitch. And I know something about the morbid human fascination with his impermanence. So the thing I'd like to know is... where are the pictures? [more inside]
posted by cadastral
on Nov 2, 2005 -
Windows XP help needed! I suddenly can't copy photos onto my laptop. I'm getting a weird error... [more inside]
posted by kdern
on Oct 31, 2005 -
Is there a particularly good mail-in photo processing company that you can recommend? Or how about a good place in Philly? [more inside]
posted by The Michael The
on Oct 30, 2005 -
Why do digital SLRs have no shutter lag and digital P&Ss (even expensive ones) have a bad case of it? What's the technical reason I mean (I am not an engineer)? In fact, most people who still don't like digital mention shutter lag as a major problem of digital photography. Thanks.
posted by PenguinBukkake
on Oct 21, 2005 -
A few questions about printing digital photos in NYC, and tangentially, the legality thereof. [more inside]
posted by Vidiot
on Oct 21, 2005 -
I have two well-trained, photogenic dogs. A photographer recently suggested to me that other professional photographers might like to use them as models. How do I go about finding people who are interested in hiring my dogs?
posted by freshwater_pr0n
on Oct 20, 2005 -
Methods of Documentation: Getty My Work Onto Slide Film
Next weekend I am participating in an art show, my first in which work will be for sale, and because for one thing, I hung a piece in the silent auction, I have reason to believe I will sell at least one thing. (I have sold work before on commission, but this is still pretty exciting.)
I would like to have, in the future, in my portfolio, slides of any sold work. I do not have a tremendous budget but I'd rather spend a bit of cash than not have documentation of early sold work.
What method should I use to get my paintings and soforth onto slides? (See extended explanation).
Thanks much. I've got until the weekend to figure this out.
posted by tarintowers
on Oct 18, 2005 -
Okay, I know it's been asked MANY times here but I have a specific question about shooting a picture in low-light settings. [more inside]
posted by Hands of Manos
on Oct 13, 2005 -
What digital SLR would you buy? What if you had, say, three Nikon lenses and a Nikon flash? [more inside]
posted by rafter
on Oct 6, 2005 -
It's time for a new large monitor, and accurate photography prints are a must. [more inside]
posted by Stunt
on Oct 5, 2005 -
PhotographyFilter: any tips for posed/staged portraits of two people at once? I need to take a formal portrait of two female friends (not a couple), and am looking for general advice on how to pose two people such that they look comfortable and natural together. Links to classic or contemporary photographers who do this well would also be helpful.
posted by Aaorn
on Oct 3, 2005 -
Framing: I'd like to build my own frames - clean lines, nice wood, etc - for matted photographs. I'm not entirely unhandy, but I don't know much about construction or carpentry. What's the best way to learn? What are the essential tools I should consider buying? Are there books or other resources that will help me with this? [more inside]
posted by aladfar
on Sep 21, 2005 -
What's the least expensive source for quality photo enlargements? (big ones!) [more inside]
posted by kdern
on Sep 20, 2005 -
I want to create a photo library in Photoshop CS2 Bridge by transferring files from iphoto. How can it be done cleanly? [more inside]
posted by philmas
on Sep 17, 2005 -
Today The Guardian published the group photograph of delegates to the World Summit at the UN. There is a key to who all these smiling faces are which is useful, except two gentlemen are listed simply as 'unidentified'. Would anybody like to take a guess as to who they are? [images inside] [more inside]
posted by feelinglistless
on Sep 16, 2005 -
Canon 305D: Can anyone recommend a good book how to get the most from this camera?
Ideally it would briefly cover using SLR and be more detailed on this particular camera. I don't really need anything on picture editing or the basics.
posted by quarsan
on Sep 12, 2005 -
My siblings and I are getting together early this fall for a photo shoot for our parents. I've looked around at photographers' portfolios for family poses that look good and not super 'posed', but I'm coming up with blanks. [more inside]
posted by bryanzera
on Sep 8, 2005 -
I have noticed (and other people have commented that they have seen this too) that when I take pictures with my Nikon D70 I tend to get what seems to be a haze or fuzziness on the pictures. They are still crisp but have a diffused light feeling to them. I have tried several lenses as well as removing my uv filter and nothing seems to help. Has anyone ever seen anything like this? It is very frustrating… [more inside]
posted by GrumpyMonkey
on Sep 5, 2005 -
When did people start smiling for photographs? What is the oldest extant photograph of someone smiling (whether for the camera or incidentally)?
posted by pracowity
on Aug 27, 2005 -
Family Photo Project - I'm working on a "How to" for a project to turn my family's entire photo history into a easily searchable, sortable, and archived digital collection. I would like some insight on my plan. [more inside]
posted by Mroz
on Aug 23, 2005 -