Hey guys I’ve been looking at the above camera as an option for social use. Possible used for print entries for my photography club to the size of A3 prints.
My main question is can anyone recommend an alternative option? As I’ve really fallen out of touch with market and tech specs.
After some thought and in the spirit of sky arts master of Photography, I’ve had an idea and will be running an open photography competition.
Your level of photography does not matter & this is a great way to learn.
The idea is you will be placed in to pairs, each pair will have a model. Our...
Because I need to produce professional portraits, it's a new area we are moving in to as we have just been given a great opportunity but equipment wise I don't know enough, my logic was the better quality the safer my camera and lens.
2 x strobe arms
Would you say I'd get professional images from a canon s90 though?
I've contacted a nice guy at cameras underwater and have all the equipment he thinks I need and the bill comes to £4500 and is around where I thought but of course If there is another option I want to listen to them all.
I'm looking for a decent level set up for some underwater portraits in a pool no deeper then 4ft.
I guess I'd need a wide angle lens and of course a camera housing.
Can anyone recommend any that you have used?
Also a underwater strobe that has a fast recharge speed as I'm only going to get...
Your post could be asking 1 of 2 questions.
Question 1) - why don't you pay £1000 for one2one?
I personally don't, my training has been done and I understand my camera & lighting completely.
Although I still love finding new tips and ideas.
Question 2) - why don't you teach a one2one...
Lens you have is fine, save your money.
A lens is like a fast car, no matter how fast it goes you'll always want one with more speed available.... but not often will you actually need it.
Personally I now use a 35mm 1.8 and shoot everything wide when on holiday, main reason is it's light to...
£1000 I think is a realistic price for one2one.
However it would depend on your entry level to say if it's "worth while" at this current time.
Start off on beginner courses at local studios, I am sure you'll find a basic entry from around £175, then take it step by step.
But I echo the...