Re: Photography credits

Subject: Re: Photography credits
From: Matt Ion <soundy -at- SOUNDY -dot- ORG>
Date: Mon, 15 Mar 1999 19:33:34 -0800

On Mon, 15 Mar 1999 19:44:13 -0700, Smith, Martin wrote:

>Quibbling aside, I think the simplest solution by far is to borrow a
>digital camera and take snapshots of everyone.

Seconded. Digital camera bonus: no development time, no media costs, and
if a picture comes out bad, you can easily re-shoot it.

Besides that, there's also my other suggestion, to hire a photographer
specifically for these photos. As I said, someone who's just starting
out, or doing it as a "serious hobby", should be happy to do it for a
minimal fee, since he's also getting material for a portfolio, and his
name listed in a publication. (At least, that worked for me when I
dabbled into the realm of semi-professional photography many years ago :)

Your friend and mine,
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