Thomas Kyhn

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About Thomas Kyhn

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  1. Desktop or laptop?

    Thanks!
  2. Desktop or laptop?

    So, if you want a better – preferably small – monitor to hook up to your laptop when you're sitting at a desk, what would be a good choice? The smallest Eizos appear to be 24 inches; the same with BenQ monitors.
  3. Model release necessary for gloved hand?

    Not at all. The reason I asked in the first place, though, was that it wasn't clear to me at what point exactly a release would be necessary, and this particular photo seemed a good example.
  4. Model release necessary for gloved hand?

    It's my wife's hand in the glove, so a release won't be any trouble. But, obviously, no one would be able to tell.
  5. Model release necessary for gloved hand?

    To avoid any claims from the person to whom the hand belongs, I imagine – ?
  6. Model release necessary for gloved hand?

    Good point. It didn't have a ring on its leg, though, so I assume a property release would be unnecessary.
  7. Model release necessary for gloved hand?

    What would the property be? (The bird didn't belong to anyone.)
  8. Model release necessary for gloved hand?

    Yes? Also when it's impossible to determine what brand it is?
  9. Model release necessary for gloved hand?

    I was unsure if a gloved hand counted as a person – when you can't actually see the person.
  10. Is a model release necessary for a photo such as this containing a gloved hand? Or perhaps I should rather ask, would you set "Number of people in the image" to 1 or 0?
  11. I see; I wasn't aware of that.
  12. Desktop or laptop?

    I much prefer the touchpad; with a mouse you have to move one hand back and forth between the keyboard and the mouse, whereas with the touchpad both your hands can stay where they are.