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Great promo video for the Canon 60D DSLR, best of all shot entirely with the 5d MkII, 7D and 60D.
Live View is available on the Canon 60D right out of the box.
As I was browsing the internet for cool photography links earlier this week, I stumbled upon this very interesting article , which I just had to try for myself. It’s not really my style to rip off someone else’s idea, so credit where credit’s due, if you want to learn in more detail about how to do it, check out this article . The idea, as I’m sure you can see, is to take a photo of yourself into a mirror, without the camera being visible. But how? Well, it takes roughly three photos, and a little bit of photoshop trickery. Before you start, make sure you clean your mirror, and no, you don’t need a tripod.
Coming from a photography tutorial background myself, it’s no surprise that these websites mainly focus on learning, and reader evolvement. You can learn something new everyday with photography, and just when you think you know it all, something else comes along to challenge your abilities. That’s why I’ve compiled a list of what I believe to be the top 20 photography websites in the world. I’m a self taught photographer, and when I first started, websites like these really helped me along, so I know what to look for in a great photography website. The order of these websites have nothing to do with who writes them, or how many people follow them; it’s all about the content they produce.
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How to use aperture priority, AV (for Canon) or A (for Nikon) mode on your digital SLR camera
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Splashup is a free online photo editing tool, which is very similar to Adobe’s Photoshop.
It is from a book titled Everest: Reflections From the Top by Christine Gee & Garry Weare
When I’m out on the streets, I often encounter faces that make me look twice; faces that stand out in the crowd without trying; faces that are out of the ordinary.