I have decided to upgrade my basic equipment by Christmas, but don't know exactly what to do.I currently use an Olympus E-510 DSLR and I love the kinds of pictures it takes.However, the resolution of a lot of the pictures is not up to snuff when compared to some of the other photos I have seen on this and other websites.I am thinking of purchasing a high grade camera lens in the $800 range and keeping the camera.I'm still using two of the lenses the camera came with when I purchased it.... continue reading
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I have for the first time in 20 years of using computers paid dearly for a backing up hiatus!Over 2,000 Australian dollars!I typically do complete backups irregularly to external hard disks prior to overseas travel and do not normally bother for domestic travel.After a change of machine and needing to shuffle files between the two I had irregular backups this past year.While returning my laptop to a backpack style bag 2 months ago I was distracted and the laptop feel flat on its lid.... continue reading
Please Note:No malice is intended in any of this comment of mine, especially not to any particular brand mentioned & or not mentioned here in this comment of my personal opinion.I am just a little confused right now as to what direction to go in. And am seeking knowledgeable advice.For now … I suppose that I'll have to wait and see what the next offering from SONY is as I have already a sizable investment into that brand … lenses / batteries / Remote trigger / etc. etcThat said, down... continue reading
I'm a photoshop/image editor in Malaysia. i always edit the photos in my job so the softwares i using is Adobe photoshop(popular), and some plug-ins. Corel photo-paint also nice but i use photoshop often. Both are my favourite software to edit my photos. Some vertor works i will use A.illustrater and Coreldraw, but i didnt use them so much. because i major in edit photos.Then hardware i will use PC(windows) for my personal use, easy to maintain and upgrade. i also use wacom for my work, that make... continue reading
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