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Discussion in 'Photojournalism & Sports Gallery' started by Quentin, Apr 14, 2010.

  1. Quentin

    Quentin TPF Noob!

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    hello here are a few of my shots from today and monday. Any Advise is welcome. i have never used this website before so the Quality may be bad lol sorry if that is the case.

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  2. christenajenifer

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    Lovely Post. The pictures are in good quality. Your shot is perfect shot so I don't think any advise is needed in this time. But one suggestion that you put your video instead of the photos you will get more suggestion.
     
  3. Quentin

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    Thanks. one more thing. I dont want to be one of the guys "bringing down the market." How much is something like i just posted worth would you say. here is a few more on Flickr. Flickr: Quentinjuice's Photostream

    I am not PRO but people offer to buy my shoots and i dont know what to charge them. I take the shots for my school paper(college) to go along with my sports stories, so to me they are just apart of my job.
     
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    That's the thing I have problems with also. I shoot for my schools yearbook and parents ask if they can buy prints. I just don't know how much I should charge, if at all.

    But nice photos. You might want a lower DOF with the ones that have the fence in the background. But good job nonetheless!
     

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