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Off-Camera Flash Kit – List of items you need to buy My interest in artificial light started with Sigma EF-500 DG ST ETTL II, fully automated low end flash which stoped working after I upgraded my camera to 50D (usuall compatibility issue with third party flashes). Feeling let down by Sigma I decided to fork out significant amount of money and go directly for a canon flash. I set my eyes on 430 EX II, which seemed like a reasonable option, but still expensive on the student budget – especially in Europe (here we pay 30% more on photo equipment). Off-Camera Flash Kit – List of items you need to buy
Canon EOS 70-200mm L Lenses (Updated) You cannot be a professional photographer without a high-quality, high-speed telephoto zoom lens. Within the Canon EOS system, three such lenses are available: 70-200/4L 70-200/2.8L 70-200/2.8L image-stabilized All of these provide very high image quality. All have ultrasonic motors and allow for full-time manual focus. Canon EOS 70-200mm L Lenses (Updated)
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Understanding Camera Lenses

Understanding Camera Lenses

Understanding camera lenses can help add more creative control to digital photography. Choosing the right lens for the task can become a complex trade-off between cost, size, weight, lens speed and image quality. This tutorial aims to improve understanding by providing an introductory overview of concepts relating to image quality, focal length, perspective, prime vs. zoom lenses and aperture or f-number. All but the simplest cameras contain lenses which are actually comprised of several "lens elements."
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How to increase your available light | Lighting Lesson 1
pro photo life professional photography blog - digital photography tips for amateur and aspiring professional photographers In part one, the concept and technical details of the Facebook friends photo shoot were covered. In today’s post we’ll look at the things learned about friends, photography, and – specifically – if Facebook has altered the definition of “friend.”… pro photo life professional photography blog - digital photography tips for amateur and aspiring professional photographers
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DSLR Tips Workshop: How to blur water for a creative effect DSLR Tips Workshop: How to blur water for a creative effect When it comes to photographing moving subjects, you’d naturally assume freezing the action would give the best result. That’s certainly the case for some subjects, but others can end up looking static and lifeless. Waterfalls and rivers are classic examples which can take on a far more dramatic appearance when the water itself is blurred. DSLR Tips Workshop: How to blur water for a creative effect
DSLR Tips: DSLR Lens Buying Guide - focal length and coverage DSLR Tips: DSLR Lens Buying Guide - focal length and coverage DSLR Tips Lens buying guide The DSLR factor One crucial point to note is the above focal lengths and rules only apply to DSLRs with full-frame sensors, or older 35mm film models. The vast majority of DSLRs however have physically smaller sensors which crop the field of view and effectively multiply the focal length by between 1.5 and two times.
DSLR Tips: DSLR Lens Buying Guide Welcome to my guide to choosing your next camera lens! If you're looking for recommendations for specific brands, feel free to jump straight to my guides on buying the best Canon lenses, best Nikon lenses and best Micro Four Thirds lenses. If you'd like to understand more about different types of lenses and how they're described, you're already on the right page. DSLR Tips: DSLR Lens Buying Guide
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