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Photo Critique / Re: First Attempt ever at Microstock
« on: January 17, 2009, 18:31 »
Nice job mate! way to improve!

General Stock Discussion / Re: Age and Microstock...
« on: January 17, 2009, 14:30 »

You can join Istock as a minor.  See this minor consent document..

The only other site I know of that may allow minors is bigstockphoto.  Here is a snip from the terms of service agreement.

1. Consent.
You must be at least 18 years of age to register with BigStockPhoto to provide content. BigStockPhoto may require that you provide sufficient proof that you are at least 18 years of age. Minors can become members only by having their parent or legal guardian register on their behalf. By opening such an account, the parent or legal guardian authorizes the minor to use and agrees to be bound personally by the terms and conditions of this agreement.

I am just a little curious about the minor consent form. Do I print it out and have my parents fill it out and mail it to then? Or how does it all work?

General Stock Discussion / Re: Age and Microstock...
« on: January 17, 2009, 09:36 »
Ok thanks for the help guys. I least I can submit to Istock and bigstockphoto. ;D

I might try my parents acting in my place. We will see.

General Stock Discussion / Age and Microstock...
« on: January 16, 2009, 18:46 »
I have been wanting to try stock photography but I have one question. I am currently 16 years old and I was wondering if there is any way for me to join stock sites while being at this age? What sites allow minors to submit stock underage? Do you think I could have my parents be act as me? Would that work?

Newbie Discussion / Re: Canon or Nikon?
« on: January 16, 2009, 18:39 »
I would say that you will get no good reason to choose Canon over Nikon or Nikon over Canon: both brands are a good and safe choice and whatever you choose you will have everything you need to do excellent photos.
This is thus a strange situation where you have to choose with no good arguments to help you... but whatever you choose, you win  ;D

+1 - This is exactly my thought on the matter.  As a full time photo pro who gets to shoot Canon regularly and Nikon irregularly, I can say the differences have only ever come in how well I know how to use a particular camera.  So get one,  learn it,  learn it some more, and then learn it a bit better.  That's the best camera - the one you know.

Exactly, listen to this guy, he knows what he is talking about.

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