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  1. FrontlitPhotography

    Blend if

    Black and white is economy of the actualité, rather than alternative facts 😏
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    What happens to the model release when I shoot myself?

    You sign as model and photographer. Still needs a witness, as usual. It's a language thing, but please don't shoot yourself, you might end up dead. Take shots of yourself instead. Good luck. 😊
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    Race to the bottom?

    You’re looking at it the wrong way round. it is being marketed as a cheap brand product photography site. The kind of thing you have to pay $000s for. Send them your product, they’ll do the images.
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    Race to the bottom?

    So, never mind commssions, let's create a $20 a shot market. You have to think that this idea will crumble due to quality issues. How many pro photographers can/will do product/marketing work for $20? https://www.businessinsider.com/patrick-ip-photography-startup-catalog-raised-seed-funding-2018-10
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    What's the difference? Crop sensor versus full frame ......

    Thanks Laurin.
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    Trying to understand Reason of rejection

    Lol. Depends which dictionary they use then. Just submit as editorial and move on.
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    Trying to understand Reason of rejection

    Definition of tattoo in the US Collins dictionary : a permanent picture, pattern, or word on the surface of skin, created by using needles to put colors under the skin. So, it isn't a tattoo, even if some people do refer to it as such. More akin to face-painting.
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    Trying to understand Reason of rejection

    Don't call it a tattoo?
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    What's the difference? Crop sensor versus full frame ......

    KInd of 😎, thanks for your help. My education continues. MInd you, re-reading my last post I see a couple of mistypes. If you use the same MP size sensor, the difference will be down to noise and detail, if the FF has a much higher MP count (therefore equalising the density), the difference shrinks. Headache gone, time for coffee.
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    What's the difference? Crop sensor versus full frame ......

    Many thanks, that’s a helpful video. My understanding is, getting to the OP’s scenario, that if you use the same size of camera sensor, the difference will be down to noise and detail. If the FF camera has a higher density (eg Canon 5dsr vs Canon 7dmk2) then the difference shrinks considerably. So, DoF the same, noise/detail depends on the camera comparison. To retain the FF advantage, don’t crop.
  11. And clearly you carry it out effectively. Nice one.
  12. Pardon me for butting in, but I rather think the editor's comment is a case of stating the bleedin' obvious. The trick is to carry it out effectively.
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    Can we please fix the File Transfer Errors???

    4 out of 14 rejected for FTE, the other 10 approved. Nothing wrong with the files. Tiresome, to say the least.
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    What's the difference? Crop sensor versus full frame ......

    Phil, thanks for taking the time. And yes, I have a headache so will take this information to a quiet space and think it through! 🤔 Still tussling with the idea that if the sensors are equal pixel density, then there shouldn't be any difference, whatever you do. But then it also depends what you do with the final image I guess. Apparent noise, versus actual noise, is a bit pedantic of me, maybe. Away from the mathematics, in the real world, bottom line is to not rely on cropping, methinks.
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    What's the difference? Crop sensor versus full frame ......

    At the risk of giving myself a headache, what about pixel density and noise? Won’t a more dense APS-C be potentially a noisier image than the FF one, unless pixel densities are matched? So, in the OP’s example, the DoF is the same, but detail and noise will depend on which sensor is used?
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