Regardless of your photographic abilities, we all have photos we need to store and share. Whether we are preserving memories, sharing new photos of our children or family, showing off some recent highlights, or demoing photographs for a client, we all have a need for networked storage.
Let’s face it, lenses get expensive. Great quality glass with a large maximum aperture does not come cheap, and purchasing a collection to cover a variety of focal lengths will quickly max out most budgets. Lets look at a couple tips to find lenses at a discount.
Panasonic has introduced an upgraded micro 4/3 interchangable lens camera. Replacing the DMC-GF2, the new model is 17% smaller and is also lighter than the previous model...
Sony has always been a major player in consumer electronics. However, when it comes to DSLR cameras, Sony has only recently entered the arena, and with only limited options. However, Sony wants to change all that with its new A77.
What to look for when buying a lens?
The two most popular reasons for shooting video with a DSLR camera are low light capabilities and depth of field. While the large format sensors of DSLRs help make this possible, it is really the lens that dictates whether these results may be achieved.
The Canon 60D is one of the newest cameras of the Canon line and one of the many using the Digic 4 Sensor. To judge the noise performance of the Digic 4 Sensor first hand, I conducted a test to demonstrate these effects.
Lenses are expensive and great lenses cost even more. While DSLR prices have fallen to the point where great cameras may be purchased under the $1000 threshold, professional glass prices begin at $1000. Even so, we have found several lenses for Canon APS-C cropped sensor cameras that achieve professional results for a discounted price.
Lenses are expensive and great lenses cost even more. While DSLR prices have fallen to the point where great cameras may be purchased under the $1000 threshold, professional glass prices begin at $1000. Even so, we have found several lenses for Nikon APS-C cropped sensor cameras that achieve professional results for a discounted price.
Learning cameras can be fun, entertaining, and challenging. With the new found ability to take remarkable pictures comes a hefty checklist of camera settings, lighting worries, and framing issues. While most DSLRs have a plethora of settings, there are a few that constant constant monitoring and changes as your shooting environments and subjects change.
While shooting RAW comes with some mild inconveniences, the benefits are nearly endless. From the ability to correct mistakes, to future proofing your images, RAW files offer tremendous flexibility.
Lenses make an unbelievable difference in the quality of your photos and you never want to purchase lower quality glass. Using these tips will help you achieve the best quality results for a more affordable price, without losing the quality needed for professional looking results.