Los Angeles, CAUSA 90001
January 15, 2013
Lots of them. My primary work rig is a Canon 7d, though I do most of my creative work these days with my iPad (3rd gen) and iPhone (4S). I also have an older Sony superzoom (DSC f828) that I got years ago work/trade, and it takes really beautiful pictures (better than the 7d with a kit lens) as long as there is ample light, so it mostly gets used for product work these days. In addition, there's a Panasonic Lumix DMC FX 580 which has been with me pretty much constantly for the last 3 1/2 years. It also takes great pics under the right conditions, but it was an all touch interface, before touch screen technology was really up to the task (it's also pressure sensitive, not capacitive), and the controls/firmware are actually inferior to a good iOS camera app; it's a shame, because it's a really powerful camera with really nice glass.
A few, but I've mostly done location work, with natural/ambient lighting. I really would like to work my studio chops though, and train my eye for light design.
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I am a photographer and film maker based out of California (these days). I grew up in Columbus, and I am back for a spell visiting friends and family, and am looking to get out have fun with my camera and meet some folks.
Seems pretty good. Everyone was very helpful, and when I could not get the light triggers to work with my camera, one of the photogs even offered to let me borrow a camera. I declined, since this was the first opportunity I'd had to put some new glass through its portraiture paces, but nonetheless it was excellent that the offer was made.