Sadakazu Uyenishi was one of the first Japanese jujutsuka to fight professionally (and very successfully) in British music halls and theatres 100 years ago. Thousands of group photos must be taken each day around the world - but unfortunately many of them leave those taking them disappointed with the results.
There is nothing that will make of people posing for a photograph turn upon you faster than you not being prepared. The place that you have your group stand is important to group shots for a number of reasons. Choose a position where your group will fit, where there is enough light for the shot and where there is no distractions in the background. One of the best ways to avoid the problems of not everyone looking just right in a shot is to take multiple photos quickly. Similarly - shoot some frames off before everyone is ready - sometimes the organization of a group shot can be quite comical with people tell each other where to go and jostling for position. Also mix up the framing of your shots a little if you have a zoom lens by taking some shots that are at a wide focal length and some that are more tightly framed. Try to get as close as you can to the group you’re photographing (without cutting some members of it out of course). If your group is a smaller one get right in close to them and take some head and shoulder shots. In most cases your group will pose itself pretty naturally (we’ve all done it before). For formal group photos put taller members in the group not only towards the back of the group but centered with shorter people on the edges of the group. Try not to make the group too 'deep’ (ie keep the distance between the front line of people and the back line as small as you can). Tell everyone to raise their chins a little - they’ll thank you later when they see the shot without any double chins!
Also towards the start of events can be a good time as everyone is all together, they all look their best and if there is alcohol involved no one is too under the weather yet. I’ve been in a number of group photos where the photographer almost lost control of his subjects by not being quick enough but also by not communicating well with their group of subjects.
Another very useful line to use with group is - 'If you can see the camera it can see you’. If there are more photographers than just you then wait until others have finished their shots and then get the attention of the full group otherwise you’ll have everyone looking in different directions.
Of course you don’t want to be a dictator when posing your group or you could end up with lots of group shots of very angry people.
Large groups of people can be very difficult to photograph as even with staggering people and tiering to make the back people higher you can end up being a long way back to fit everyone in.
I find that using a tripod with group shots is very handy - not only because it eliminates camera shake but mainly because it lets me frame the shot exactly as I want it and then leave the camera to work on posing the group. If you have a very large group and assistant can be very handy to get the group organized well. An assistant is also incredibly handy if you are taking multiple group shots (like at a wedding when you’re photographing different configurations of a family).
If the item is new or nearly new, take it out of the packaging and shoot the item in front of the packaging.
Set your f-stop in the middle to high end of its range to get an increased depth of field, keeping most of the object in focus.
I use and have used many different kind of light boxes and still I come up with green backrounds, brown backrounds, and the like and I am using a canon eos rebelxt. This is also a great time to use remote capturing software such as EOS Utility for Canon cameras. I’ve seen some similar projects before in the net (I tried it myself, but the box is not as portable as I would like it to be). I take pictures of jewelry for my client using lightbox and it took me a while to get it right. I know everyone feels very close to their photos, but if using one photo to represent a bread maker is fraudulent – why are there stock photos that manufactures and advertisers use to represent products? With jewelry I use a bent coat hanger, fishing wire suspended between and a white background.
I’ve looked into more expensive solutions over the years, but my homemade set up seems to work best.
When I shoot for ebay my clients don’t want me to take the same time I would with an e-commerce shoot.
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When I shoot for ebay my clients don't want me to take the same time I would with an e-commerce shoot.
Nikki - You have a point - However, think of it from eBay's perspective, how did they know you were the original photographer if there was no watermark? I know everyone feels very close to their photos, but if using one photo to represent a bread maker is fraudulent - why are there stock photos that manufactures and advertisers use to represent products?
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This photo is successful because it moves beyond recording what the wings look like and creates a mood and sense of movement and anticipation.

Please share your questions and butterfly images below and also remember to post them on the weekly challenge: Butterflies and Bugs happening here. This one is a good post to follow detailing every fundamentals about macro photography(of butterfly), learnt few new things so I appreciate the writer for sharing thought with us. In the beginning I used a point and shoot and went in very closely and I got a treasure trove of insect shots. Nice tips, although most of times butterflies too damn fast to select focus point properly instead I just use centre point and larger f-no so DOF is large and it’s more forgiving in terms of focus. The digital imaging revolution increased the public’s interest in photography exponentially, but the first generations of digital cameras were worse than Diana cameras in terms of image quality.
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He was much admired by professional boxers and wrestlers for his skill and willingness to fight heavier and apparently stronger opponents. They happen everywhere from weddings, to camps, to parties, to sporting teams, to school etc.
For starters it can give the photo context - for example a shot of a sporting team on their playing field means more than a shot of them in front of a brick wall.
Also avoid setting up a group shot directly in front of a window where the light from your flash might reflect back in a way that destroys your shot. I often switch my camera into continuous shooting mode when taking group shots and shoot in short bursts of shots. The closer you can get the more detail you’ll have in their faces - something that really lifts a shot a lot.
One effective technique for this is to get your small group to all lean their heads in close to enable you to get in even closer. Try to choose a time that works with what is happening at the gathering that you’re at.
The way you get this varies from situation to situation but consider using a flash if the group is small enough and you are close enough for it to take effect - especially if the main source of light is coming from behind the group. It is important to keep talking to the group, let them know what you want them to do, motivate them to smile, tell them that they look great and communicate how much longer you’ll need them for.
The best photographers know how to get people’s attention, communicate what they want but also keep people feeling relaxed and like they are having fun. It also means I don’t have to be looking into the viewfinder or LCD at the time I shoot the picture and can be using my eyes to make sure everyone is looking right. In these cases I often ask the couple to provide me with a family or friend member who has a running sheet of the different groups of people to be photographed.
A travel related blog of his past and current shenanigans can be found at The Carey Adventures. His latest wide (and tall!) work includes images from Nepal, Bhutan, Italy, France and Peru. Jewelry is one of the hardest things to photograph I have been told, especially since I am a silversmith and silver is so reflective even on a black backround. But in my case I am photographing Jewelry and they are one of a kind so not much chance of that happening.
Have shot in RAW but even in editing it didn’t make any difference when it came to editing the backround. I used to edit the white balance in lightroom but over time I was able to tweak the camera setting to a point where I am getting perfect white balance on every picture. First of all, to post photos which claim to be of the item one is selling is fraudulent (misrepresentation and false advertising). I sometimes wrap a piece of colored card around the jewelry to make a tent if I want a background other than white. See if you can find a location in a park, zoo, or arboretum that has a flower garden with plants chosen specifically to attract butterflies. While photographing butterflies in flight seems like a great idea, it’s pretty difficult, and it will likely leave you frustrated. She’s been nominated for a Pulitzer Prize and has taken over 150 portraits for People Magazine. If you look at each of these photographs, many are shot at eye level, none upwards, and yet none has a distracting background. This is my one of favourite photos of Sorel Sapphire from my recent butterfly trip to foothills of himalayas. If you want a more realistic photo – then you really should try to get your subjects to smile naturally. Try taking people pictures when your friends and loved ones are engaged in the business of life.
The other reason that choosing locations carefully is important is that it can have distractions in it.
I find that the first shot is often no good but that the one or two directly after it often give a group that looks a little less posed and more relaxed.
Another way to get in closer is to move people out of a one line formation and stagger them but putting some people in front and behind. I find it best to do a group shot when the group is already close together if possible and when there is a lull in proceedings. When you give people a reason to pose for you you’ll find they are much more willing to take a few minutes to pose for you. In doing this you can fit a lot more people in and still remain quite close to the group (you end up with a shot of lots of faces in focus and less bodies). Have fun and enjoy the process of getting your shots and you’ll find the group will too.

So, yes I agree if you are concerned about another seller borrowing photos a€“ do watermark them.
To save time on editing I shoot apparel, bags and shoes against a gray background rather than white. Furthermore, my post never blamed ebay for misuse of the photos -- it merely said this was my experience in posting my photos on ebay and was meant as a cautionary tale to others who might post their photos on ebay, so please don't flame me with accusations of something I never said. The more subjects you have to photograph, the better your chances are at nailing the perfect butterfly shot. It makes the butterfly really stand out from the background instead of blending in to its surroundings.
I also love to see how the antennae stands out from the background, and love the details of their legs. It just gives me freedom to move around in the weeds and flowers as I do all of my photography in the wild. To clean up the background, you shoot close and a narrow depth of field, as well as making sure that the bushes in the background are not right next to the butterfly.
You really want to stay away from or at least minimize locations that are chaotic, busy, and full of distractions, or that feature graphic visual patterns.
The basic rule when shooting portraits is to try to fill the frame with your subject, leaving just enough extra to include a bit of their environment around the subject. Tell a joke (or do something to get them to laugh) while you are lining things up and then snap the picture when your subject laughs or smiles – naturally. For example, a picture of a person is often more interesting if the person is slightly off to the side rather than smack dab in the middle of the frame. It also gives an interesting perspective to your shots - especially if you have a nice wide focal length. Having a family member do this helps to make sure you don’t miss anyone out but also is good because the group is familiar with them and will generally respond well when they order them around. I usually come home from a wedding which I’ve photographed with an incredibly sore jaw-line from all the smiling because I find the best way to get the couple and their family to relax and smile is to smile at them.
Your camera’s meter is reading all the background and choosing an exposure based on that. I also have a 10x high definition macro lense58mm, and a set of high resoltion filters 58mm – UV,FD,and PL. Then grab that black paper or cloth and move it between the light source and the jewelry where the reflection is happening. Lastly, I contacted the seller (the first one who stole my photos) and asked that they remove my photos from their ad and they refused.
I watermark any I take and post and then hope other sellers will use them so I can get some advertising and marketing out of it. Your point is a very valid one a€“ bottom line, if you are using & posting photos anywhere on the Internet be sure and watermark them if you dona€™t want your hard work to be used by someone else. I use a large softbox and 2 other lights rather than a light tent, but the gear I have is overkill for ebay.
For clip ons I use a clear piece of plastic from Office Depot – I think its a small sign holder I broke in half costs $2. For clip ons I use a clear piece of plastic from Office Depot - I think its a small sign holder I broke in half costs $2. It helps me keep the camera in place and ready, and I can take my eye from the viewfinder as I watch and wait for them to come to my flower. Yes, there is beauty in the wings, but there is also an awe in those tiny legs that support the butterfly, as well as its tendril. Take note in the top photograph, how the antennae are framed with the orange flower to make them stand out. It was not easy in the beginning but, as time went on, I learned how to anticipate how the bee or insect would land on the flower and take the shot.
Other articles will follow showing newbie photographers that getting great images is not as hard as it looks. Most P&S digicams are rather small and not intimidating to subjects, so people are more relaxed and more likely to be unaware of the camera than they would be if you were using a dSLR. The secrets to really good pet portraiture are to get on the same level as your pet and then get close.
To calibrate that exposure and render it correctly the camera is trying to make everything a netural gray color. So you can see I probably have a lot of overkill here and not to sure what will work best with the photos I have to take. Using a tripod also helps me to frame my photo ahead of time to keep the background very clean. If my angle had been such to have the darker green in the background, it may not have been as successful. Newhall and his old buddy Ansel Adams had agreed to spend no more than $10.00 each on their Chistmas gifts for each other.
So, in this respect, I think I am wholly justified to fault ebay for not taking stronger action in the matter, even thought that is not at all what I said in my original post. When they exchanged gifts, both were surprised to discover that they had received exactly the same present.
Use the horizontal format for group portraits or for reclining (full body) portraits of single subjects. For example, positioning yourself too low will only catch an unflattering view of flaring nostrils or double chins. Diana cameras were cheap plastic cameras manufactured in the USSR that featured junky, light-leaking bodies, inaccurate and primitive spring driven mechanical shutters, and polished cast plastic lens elements. My pictures are wonderful and have you seen the horrible pictures and the stuff still sells! Folks who used Diana cameras had to first load their 120 roll film and then apply black electricians tape to all body seams to keep extraneous light from leaking into the camera and fogging the film.
Diana cameras could be attached to a tripod, but the cheap plastic tripod socket was so thin that photographers had to be extremely careful not to attach the camera too tightly or the tripod’s metal screw would pierce the thin plastic bottom plate of the camera and create yet another light leak.

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