[Ansteorra] Why aren't we doing this?
rjt at softwareinnovation.com
Thu Nov 4 10:48:59 PDT 2010
I won't say I'm "really good", but I have been the "official photographer"
at several events. I talk with the Crown, B&B, Autocrat, et al to see what
they want from their photographer and try to give that to them. Of course,
most shots are a judgment call anyway.
There are usually 1-3 serious photographers who are attempting to document
the event. Then there are increasingly people with compact cameras recording
their friends. I have no problem with them and they are actually less
obtrusive than I am, but they don't try to get the overall event. I also
post mine in a known location and announce it after each event.
Finally, my pictures are always available for free download from flickr for
non-commercial use. If you want a picture cropped, enhanced, blown up, or
whatever, I'll do that for free also. I believe that to be true of virutally
all the other photographers also.
BTW, my camera is in the shop and will have to be replaced they tell me.
Luckily, my insurance policy will cover it, but I'm in withdrawal now.
Caelin on Andrede
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> On Thu, Nov 4, 2010 at 12:19 PM, Ld.blackmoon <ld.blackmoon at cox.net>
> > unfortunately if your under the pavilion at night court the flashes
> > are " in your face " all night long : (
> > Be Safe , Be Happy, Have Fun .
> > Arthur
> Maybe if people knew there were going to be one or two really good
> photographers at court, with spiffy cameras and good lenses and
> flashes that actually do something to light the area for a shot, maybe
> they wouldn't feel driven to try to capture every second, and the
> proliferation of flashes would go down? Most of the photogs I know of
> tend to make their shots available to anyone who asks.
> I could be wrong.
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