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外围体育投注To keep it short, I've been shooting portraits for 5 months. I went on a shoot with a "male model" today

Problems I faced today:

外围体育投注- It was so sunny that I could barely see what was on my monitor. If I wanted to get lower shots, I physically couldn't crouch low enough to get my eye in the viewfinder

- Composition techniques were so bad, like bad. I just couldn't figure anything out

外围体育投注- The model was new and hadn't done a lot of photoshoots, so it was tough for me to find new poses

外围体育投注- I couldn't find a proper lens to shoot with. I brought 3 and constantly switched back and forth which ate up some time.

外围体育投注Gear isn't amazing so don't shit on me

外围体育投注Sony a6000 (I love this camera haha), but will be getting sony a7ii once I feel I'm confident enough

外围体育投注Lenses: Sigma 30mm & 56mm

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外围体育投注I’m in the market for my first SLR camera. I am an avid cell phone photographer/videographer and I love documenting my travels and time spent with friends. I mostly take photos of myself, my friends, my dog, and the nature/landscapes that we visit.

My budget is $600 max. With this budget I have quite a few options. I have chosen to buy a Canon camera because my grandfather has quite a bit of canon gear/lenses that he would most likely let me borrow from time to time.

On the Used market, a Canon 60D with a Sigma 17-50/2.8 would come in just under my $600 budget. I think this setup would be a great versatile starting point, and this is my top choice so far.

外围体育投注My other options would be a 70D, SL2/SL3, or even an M50, but if I got any of these they would have to be with the kit lens, which is going to be a 18-55/3.5-5.6.

Older Camera with faster lens, or newer camera with a kit lens? I’m not sure which would be better.

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外围体育投注I have been doing hobby photography for over eight years now. I’m decently good at it and have learnt my basics well over the years. I take a ton of photos too so I’ve gotten better with practice and really enjoy it. I do street photography, travel, wide-field astrophotography and lots and lots of photos of people close to me and around me socially. 5dmkIII, 24-70 2.8 and a bunch of fast primes and all that.

I was looking through my LR folders and realized that almost all of my photos are in portrait mode. Only landscape mode ones are the ones of actual landscapes, night skies and a few others. This has got to be some sort of challenge I need to overcome, right? Or is this normal? Does this speak to some sort of weakness with my composition skills that I should work on? Curious what the professionals on here think about this?

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外围体育投注Im 15 years old and ive been shooting with an 8 year old sony Rx100 point and shoot for more than 2 years now, i really like photography and i was wondering should i upgrade to a better camera,

外围体育投注just to se some of my photos taken with the sony visit my Instagram @ollishaphoto.

I was maybe thinking of upgrading to a fuji xt30 or xt3, should i upgrade or stick to the lame point and shoot?

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Posted by23 hours ago

First time doing astrophotography and stacking and I wonder how to account for the slight difference in tilt the milky way has in each picture. Do I need to manually align them by rotating in them photoshop? Or does the stacking software automatically take care of this? But then, how to account for the foreground that should stay static? Do I need to manually cut out the foreground and stick it on the resulting picture after stacking?

At last, any recommendations for software (mac os or windows) that can do this kind of milky way stacking?

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I'm looking for a bag that can hold:

  • Collapsible light stand

  • 36"-48" Shoot-through umbrella

  • Godox AD200 Pro

  • 1-2 Lenses

  • Sony A7RIV

and even then the A7RIV is optional as it will be out shooting and not in the bag.

I've searched high and low for a bag that would work. I've found most bags are too large (I don't need to carry 2 bodies and 5 lenses). And I don't think I've found a single bag that can hold a light stand and umbrella. Some of them have tripod pockets, but I can only fit the stand or the umbrella; not both.

I've even considered a yoga mat backpack, but those would only hold the stand and umbrella and fitting the flash would be tricky

外围体育投注Should I abandon my search? Is there anything out there that may work?

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