Photography Tips & Tricks

shoes

Well-Known Forumite
Well here it is the photography tips and tricks thread. Seeing as its in the tech forum please post images with exif data, or at least ISO / shutter / aperture / focal length settings - I always find it helps to analyse why a photo came out how it did.
 

wmrcomputers

Stafford PC & laptop repair specialist
Hmmm, nice thread idea. I might have to dig out some old pictures I did many moons ago and scan them... although I wouldn't remember half of what I did to acheive them!!
 

wmrcomputers

Stafford PC & laptop repair specialist
John Marwood said:
Photographing girls leaving the High School from your car

http://www.27bslash6.com/photography.html
funny as hell... especially when you get down to his images! :)
 

Ecker

Well-Known Forumite
Hi Gang.

If you have ever wanted to do some panoramas, I have an A2 printer and am only to happy to help you out with that, mates rates of course.

Let me know if I can help....Take care....Ecker.
 

wmrcomputers

Stafford PC & laptop repair specialist
Ecker said:
Hi Gang.

If you have ever wanted to do some panoramas, I have an A2 printer and am only to happy to help you out with that, mates rates of course.

Let me know if I can help....Take care....Ecker.
What's the maximum size (standard format not panoramic) photo you can print, and what would you charge? Would it be on photographic paper?
I'm curious as we are thinking of a big print for our lounge wall
 

Ecker

Well-Known Forumite
Hey up Wmr, I normally charge £7 for a nearly A2 print on to photo quality paper (I say nearly because I can't print within 15mm of any margin): mates rates:£5. I can also print onto canvas but the cost of that gets a bit silly. Let me know if you are interested.
 

wmrcomputers

Stafford PC & laptop repair specialist
sounds very reasonable Ecker. I'll keep it in mind for sure and give you a shout in the near future.
:) Thanks
 

gdavies

Well-Known Forumite
Ecker said:
Hey up Wmr, I normally charge £7 for a nearly A2 print on to photo quality paper (I say nearly because I can't print within 15mm of any margin): mates rates:£5. I can also print onto canvas but the cost of that gets a bit silly. Let me know if you are interested.
Hi ecker

What kind of mates rate are you talking about for an a2 canvas print out and does the details matter
 

Ecker

Well-Known Forumite
Hi GD. I can currently do you an A2 print on canvas for £12. Please note that the resultant print will not be full A2 because I can not print within 15mm of any margin. The inks used are NOT archival inks and the print should not be placed in direct sunlight.

As regards details: If you need an enlarged image, I always enlarge proportionally, the resultant image will depend upon your original image size and that because of the texture of canvas you should not expect the resolution you would normally expect of photo quality paper.

Please don't hesitate to contact me if I can help....Ecker
 

John Marwood

I ♥ cryptic crosswords
tips...

http://brainz.org/14-horribly-overused-photography-tricks/



Admin edit: Moved post to more appropriate thread as, once again, John Marwood posted it in a random thread that bore little relevance to the link's content.
 
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