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PHOTOGRAPHY  
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Do you have an online gallery where one can view your photos?
Please include the web address.

For how long have you done photography? How did you begin?

What has been your education as a photographer?

Please list any exhibitions in which you have participated.

Please list any awards for your work.

What is your favourite type of photography?

What do you try to express through your photography?

How do you choose your subjects?

What type of preparation do you do before undertaking the photo session?

Do you normally photograph with a purpose already in mind, or do you let yourself go with the flow?

Canon, Nikon, Fuji, Sigma, Olympus, Sony, Pentax...which do you place your bets on and why?

Describe your current equipment: cameras, lenses, computers, accessories...

What software and plug-ins do you use to retouch and manage your photos?

What measures do you take to protect your work against Internet piracy?

Are you a good salesperson of your work? In what should you improve?

Which past masters of photography do you most admire?

Are technology and digital retouching reducing the gap between professionals and amateurs?

What is your team of habitual collaborators like?
Including assistants, casting assistants, make-up personnel, production, post-production, etc?

With which other photographers do you normally team up with or do sessions with?
Please list any online portfolio, website, or blog

Do you consider yourself more technical or more artistic?

What have you learned about the art of framing and composition?

How does one develop the instinct of knowing when to press the shutter release button?

When should one use film, and when should one use digital?

Does photography have the recognition that it should have in contemporary art museums?

Which websites for photographers do you frequently visit?
Please include weblinks

Is there any particular technique that you could share?

 




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