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babby's first camera.
Saved up a decent amount of cash, lurked here for the past month. Will be traveling, and need gear that gets the most out of portraits and food, indoor and outdoor. This kit is a "new" D3100 with 18-55 and 55-200mm VR lenses, 16gb card and reader, other shit. $650 bucks.
About to pull the trigger. Time to commit, /p/?
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I was contacted this week by a maternity store.
We are doing a deal together.
If clients spend xx dollars in their store, they get a coupon for xx% off of my services.
She also asked me if I could provide something for her walls.
She hasn't opened yet and they're pretty bare.
Now, here's the deal. I have never done this before.
I know I need to go back to clients and get special permissions for these prints.
(I only have permissions for my own advertising and online portfolio usage)
I'm going to ask for her to also paste a little business card sized paper next to them all with studio information.
What else do I need to do? Any tips/suggestions?
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I shoot for a traditional Catholic community that celebrates mass according to the extraordinary form of the roman rite--the tridentine mass. I've shot a few feast days in the past with my trusty ep3, panny 20mm and oly 45. Tonight there's a solemn high requiem mass I was asked to shoot and I'll be taking my new omd and 45mm with me. I havent had the camera for long and have limited experience with it in low light situations, though I know the sensor's performance is much improved from the ep3-- super pumped to test it out. In the past, I've shot primarily at the very well lit side altars, but tonight's mass will be at the high altar which, unfortunately, is not quite as well lit, which brings me to my questions:
Is in-camera noise reduction applied to raw files?
Should I turn noise red. off completely in order to retain as much detail as possible? What would you recommend?
What should I set my max auto-ISO to?
I've heard of people shooting the panny 20 and the pl25 hand heldat 1/10 to 1/20th sec-- that said, how effective will the IBIS be at 45mm? Any ideas as to the slowest shutter speed I should expect to be effective with this new ibis?
Any other practical suggestions for low light shooting and/or fine-tuning the camera's settings for max detail in relatively low light would be greatly appreciated. I'm really trying to get the best results possible tonight.
waaaaay tl;dr olympus omd low light suggestions?
pic unrelated, though beautiful
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/p,/ I just bought a Canon Rebel T3i. It was a display model, the last on in stock, and it sold for $450 brand fucking new.
I was all good and fine about this, until I realized it was missing a lens cap. I asked the store but they didn't have the one that came with it, and didn't have any that fit.
So I went online, found some tutorials, and made pic related.
It works OK, but I'm going to get the real thing quick as I can.
Any other DIY and/or emergency fix tips out there?
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