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quote:Originally posted by johndiverI would like to photograph a young lady standing on the other side of a bird bath, such that I would focus on her reflection in the water to get a shimmering image of her face.Question, do I first focus on her head, then swing the camera to the water, or should I focus on the water instead. Any ideas? [?]
quote:Originally posted by johndiverNeil: re: cheap 1-time cameras.We gave each table at the reception one of those cameras. Good idea, as it allowed each person to take a candid photo of what they thought was funny or relevant. The cameras were collected at the end of the night and the photos were developed and placed into an album for humorous viewing.
quote:Originally posted by neilepDear Mr Tweener Sir,Is one of those Throw-away cameras suitable for my nieces wedding ?..I have been appointed chief photgrapher and have seen a bulk-buy offer of 30 of these cameras for £10. The cameras are only five years past their use by date but I figure it should be ok. I gather the only special equipment I need is a big bag to carry the cameras in and some loose change for when I pop down the photo processing booth. I'm sure my niece and her new hubby will be very happy with their once-in-a-lifetime photos...what do you think Mr Tweener Sir ?Men are the same as women.... just inside out !!