This blog is a remembrance and a tribute to my Nikon D60 DSLR. It should be the last camera with a CCD sensor before Nikon introduces the CMOS sensor to their newer DSLR models. Although the low light high ISO performance of this Nikon model wasn't superb and as an entry level DSLR, the functions of the body is still worthy and good enough for the average amateur photographer. User access and control menus are easy to use. The color of the photos taken from this cam was superb with natural and... continue reading
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The development of electronic technologies and information technology has decisively affected the world of photography. The film reels were replaced by memory cards and batteries. DSLR cameras have become popular in the market and are accessible to various types of photographers.But you who are entering the world of the image or are already familiar with the world of clicks, do you know which camera model is best for your needs? What is DSLR?First let's decipher this acronym. Cameras... continue reading
Since joining Dreamstime, I've submitted photographs taken with various cameras, starting with a good old point and shoot, followed by a bridge camera and now, with a recently bought DSLR. It's a natural progression but I feel it's still, more about the subject of your photo that counts, rather than the type of camera you use. I've only used the DSLR a little but comparing the three photos, can you tell, which image was taken with which camera (without looking at the date taken of course) ... continue reading
I just wanted to say hi everyone. I'm quite new to this whole stock photo thing but I'm looking to hit it running.I've always enjoyed taking photos; one of my proud moments was buying my first 35mm SLR. Not log after that; in the late 90's; I got my first digital camera, a 1.33MP Casio. I thought it was fantastic that I could take an image; then review and delete if no good.. Though I remember that the 4xAA batteries did not last more that 100 images.Since then I had many point and shoot cameras... continue reading
Hi AllRemember me? I wrote a blog in 18th of september, 2015said when i have money i will buy a cameraNow, I got a DSLR& This Photo was a first pass at DT By my DSLRNow. I waiting my First SaleAny Tips. what kind of photo dose buyer like to buy?Enjoy it continue reading
While to a lot of contributors on here, 10 photographs is nothing but a days work, to me its a big triumph. It shows that I've got something to be proud of, but also that I can definitely improve. The acceptances are becoming more frequent with the new camera upgrade (from a simple, yet effective, point and shoot; to my first DSLR), and I'm absolutely just ruing the fact that I didn't have this camera with me in all my previous travels. Thankfully I have one more year living in Europe and I'm bringing... continue reading
The camera lens and the human eye are two amazing entities. For me to be able to see the world through the "eye" of a camera has unimaginable significance.Five years ago I was diagnosed with a rare degenerative eye disease; macular telangiectasia.It was devastatingnews but I refused to let it stop me from living my life to its fullest. I joined a research group from the most prestigiouseye institute in the USA, I volunteered to receive thelatest and greatest investigational... continue reading
For some time, DT has offered the ability to submit photos from mobile devices, which was inevitable with the direction that tablet and cellular phone cameras have improved drastically from the original flip phone devices.That being said, I am a fairly new stock photographer, and I am learning everyday.I have posted photos with my canon, but I have also taken some photos with a Samsung S5 with custom settings.Some are completely against mobile device photography being listed, while others... continue reading
I had been waiting impatiently for getting proper equipment. I have been tired of post processing each and every single photo from my compact camera. The only good feature of my compact camera is IS and 840mm lens.So, finally...the much awaited equipment upgrade!I got a Canon EOS 600D with 18-55mm IS lens and 55-250mm IS lens.On the cropped sensor, 24mm to 400mm. What more would I want? I shot 600+ photos in a day and most are certainly worth uploading and would sell sooner or later.... continue reading
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