There are price winning bird photographers here at DT with real masterpiece pics.One of my favorite is:But how to make photos of birds when you neither have the equipment (an extra big zoom or tele) nor the knowledge?The answer is quite simple: Start with the big birds!My biggest one is:By the way: This pic is the joke part of my blog ... (:-Lets look to real birds:For that ostrich portrait I used my 50mm glas with an additional closeup lens... continue reading
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Facing the photographic object, may display its complete picture, may also display its part. Sometimes displays can bring the unique effect partially, obtains photographs the ideal condition which the complete picture cannot achieve, looks like a few words which the Chinese ancient people said " to see that fell to a leaf had known autumn has come ", might give the human the more imagination spaces. These two pictures, which best? continue reading
I've been looking into a new body and have decided not to go with the latest Canon 50D.I'm turned off by the high file size, but also because we seem to be getting into territory where more megapixels are making some things worse.While I haven't tried either the 50D or 40D for any length of time, and am therefore not qualified at all to talk about ultimate image quality, I did encounter a few discussions on diffraction, and the impact of smaller pixels.As someone who shot film pre-digital,... continue reading
As a college student, I often find myself trying to find the time to set up a shoot and to get lots of good shots in order to expand my portfolio. The problem is, between classes, work, and studying, I find myself with little time to do just that. I am also limited by the fact that I have no studio in which to work and so I end up doing everything the hard way, with limited resources such as a good camera, backgrounds, models, and lighting. Surprisingly, my results have been very satisfying though.... continue reading
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