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Jon Rosenthal

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  1. This is finally turning into a nice month. 2nd sale in 2 days. High $$ Country: Worldwide Usage: Single company - multiple use editorial only Industry sector: Education Start: 12 June 2020 Duration: Unlimited
  2. mid $$ Usage: Single company - multiple use editorial onlyIndustry sector: Media, design & publishingStart: 11 June 2020Duration: In perpetuity
  3. Yup. Fuji did not put enough oomph into their early batteries. Glad you are enjoying the X-Pro 1, there is still something magical about its sensor.
  4. So do I. Some of my better sales (high $$) have been to books etc of quite rare subjects that will not sell every year, but that also can't be found elsewhere.
  5. Hi all Apologies for the poor forum etiquette of asking a question and then failing to follow the conversation after the first few posts. Fantastic advice here for if I decide to make the plunge into full frame - but for now I think I will keep what little cash I have in the bank and continue with APSC since the camera I already have far exceeds my skill (and talent). Thanks again for the help.
  6. Hi all I am very happy shooting apsc on my Fuji X-pro 2. It works for me when travelling for work as a print journalist (not much travel happening for a while). But I'm tempted to mess around with full frame. Being locked-down in London has left me with a bit more time on my hands than is good for my sanity (or bank balance). Out of boredom I've messed about on ebay and see that there are cheap 5d bodies going for not much more than £100 (and a prime 50mm 1.8 costs about £50) So here's the question to people who shoot full frame Canon (or I guess Nikon) -- would an old
  7. I expect a lot of us will at last get around to figuring out how macro and close up photography works. 2) I'm going to play around with light painting with my kids 3) and I plan to work my way through the examples on the strobist blog and at last figure out the intricacies of manual flash - if my family will sit still long enough
  8. Personal use my foot. lCountry: WorldwideUsage: Personal use, Impresiones, tarjetas y regalos personales o referencias para artistas. Solo para un uso no comercial; no se permite la reventa.Media: Non-commercial, one time, personal/home use
  9. This makes sense to me. I would think that there is a strong argument against taking down images unless they are flawed. In my day job I interact with the other side of the picture desk, selecting images that will be used to illustrate print articles. It is useful to have a good selection to fit the crop (horizontal vs vertical, and over 1, 2 or 3 columns) as well as the placement on the page (ie drawing the eye left or right into the page). I find it most useful when my pic desk gives me a lot of options, even if many of them are similar. The caveat to all of this is t
  10. Ed's point is a great one and a lesson I still need to absorb. Ed, I just looked at your portfolio and it really is alive with strong and striking images that jump out. Thanks for sharing.
  11. Country: Australia Usage: Newspaper Editorial print and digital use. Any size.Any Placement. One time use only. Industry sector: Media, design & publishing Low $$
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