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  • Commented on '5D - Mirror fallen off!!!'

    Can anyone help regarding glueing/sticking/applying the mirror back on?? Is it simple?? Special glue required?? Etc Etc...please advise.

    Its a body that i've been given so im not intending to spend out by going to a dealer...it cost nothing so no big issues on this!

    Thanks
    Ian
    • 10 Apr 2008 1:21AM
  • Commented on '360 degree photos - Quicktime VR'

    Has anyone got any tips on creating a 360 degree shot. What are the ideal focal lengths to shoot at? I'm attempting in photostich which is supplied by canon. Are there better software options? Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks
    • 20 May 2007 12:11PM
  • Commented on 'Featured E2 Member'

    Now im going to sound moany and old! About time i did!

    Featured e2 members used to be towards the top of page on the old website so people would get an opportunity to have there work viewed. Why now drop it to the bottom of the page? If the web page was how it is now then i would not have paid my 's to uprade. Please bring it back to the top so everyone can enjoy everyones work and spot something they just might have missed. I know what your thinking....scroll down! THATS HASSLE! Keep the non important stuff to the bottom and keep the parts that your members have paid for to the top.

    I feel better now!

    Anyway, keep up the good work and thanks for the free month chucked in for good will.

    Ian
    • 26 Apr 2007 4:29PM
  • Commented on 'TFP or TFCD'

    Now i think i understand this as Time For Print and Time for CD but what exactly does it mean? is it paid or unpaid? what are you supposed to supply?

    Thanks
    Ian
    • 20 Apr 2007 1:07PM
  • Commented on 'Flash Photography'

    I live in the Southampton Area and am calling for any photographers with skills in flash photography to pass on any tips and advice, if you wish to meet i will pay for the drinks!

    Thanks
    Ian
    • 27 Mar 2007 1:14PM
  • Commented on 'Rights over product photography'

    Thanks for the advice, the imagery will be of random stock items in the shop and should not affect the issue of Trademarks etc.
    • 26 Mar 2007 12:40PM
  • Commented on 'Rights over product photography'

    Hi all, this has probably been discussed many times before however i would appreciate any guidance on rights over images.

    Scenario:

    Shortly i will be photographing some products within a shop and i will also been designing her flyer on which the images will be presented.

    I will be charging for "The Shoot" and printing of the flyer.

    After the job is complete who owns the images? I might like to use them for future advertisng material.

    Thanks
    Ian
    • 26 Mar 2007 11:59AM
  • Commented on '007 backdrop needed'

    For the picture...cant help, as for printing it you could try a company called bigstuff. http://www.bigstuff.org.uk/

    Ian
    • 22 Mar 2007 1:32PM
  • Commented on 'Photographic work???'

    Ok, the assistant idea sounds great! Do i have the skills for an assistant though? I have no "formal qualifications" only what you see here plus a portfolio of work of which i was selling in Melbourne Oz.
    • 13 Mar 2007 3:32PM
  • Commented on 'Photographic work???'

    Thanks one and all, this is all being soaked up!
    • 13 Mar 2007 12:01PM
  • Commented on 'Work together?'

    valid point!
    • 13 Mar 2007 10:47AM
  • Commented on 'Work together?'

    I am interested in making photography an income rather than just a pleasure! would anyone like to work with myself on this project? I live in Southampton, Hampshire. Please get back to me.
    • 13 Mar 2007 10:23AM
  • Commented on 'Photographic work???'

    Choices choices on that front...to be honest, im not sure what is my strongest area?
    • 13 Mar 2007 9:20AM
  • Commented on 'Photographic work???'

    Good response Matt, perhaps not what i was after....but honest!

    Thanks
    • 13 Mar 2007 8:59AM
  • Commented on 'Photographic work???'

    Im fairly new to photography, my experience consists of 2 years travel photography (off my own back) and 2 years at A-Level (college) 10 years ago! I am seeking any form of photographic employment and im unsure as to the best route in. Initial advice to myself might be actually whether or not my work would be to a standard to even get a job! Im Southampton based. Thanks for reading. Ian
    • 13 Mar 2007 8:08AM
  • Commented on 'Photographic Laws'

    i will print 1 of your fantastic photos onto canvas for a terrific price..hows that!
    • 13 Feb 2007 11:01PM
  • Commented on 'Photographic Laws'

    Mr Canvas, you'll be pleased to hear that you are on my Fav photographer listings!
    • 13 Feb 2007 10:59PM
  • Commented on 'Photographic Laws'

    Keithh, robbed and raped, i feel dirty...from now on im only doing sunsets!
    • 13 Feb 2007 10:58PM
  • Commented on 'Photographic Laws'

    i had noticed the name and a friend of mine has mentioned this! Are we to draw conkers over this then!
    • 13 Feb 2007 10:58PM
  • Commented on 'Photographic Laws'

    Keithh, my pic didnt climb to far up the rankings...a lilttle dissapointed. Still dreaming of the 30 clicks!
    • 13 Feb 2007 10:54PM
  • Commented on 'Photographic Laws'

    How would the copyright law go if had not placed a tag claiming his right?
    • 13 Feb 2007 10:52PM
  • Commented on 'Photographic Laws'

    Does anyone know how the law goes as to photagraphing the public and what is around us?

    For instance whilst in melbourne recently i was selling photography of all the grafiti murals and it was going down a storm, one of the mural artists came to myself and asked if what i was doing was legal as he thought i was stealing artwork. I looked into the issue and in OZ there is a bill of rights mentioning that what is visible to the eye is in the public domain and therefore you are allowed to capture it. Please help.

    Thanks
    Ian
    • 13 Feb 2007 10:29PM