I packed my equipment in my backpack, it was time to go to the zoo.I chose to bring my big lens sigma 150-500mm which is an affordable lens for those with less budget.Equipment:Nikon D7100Lens: Sigma DG, 150-500 1: 5-6,3 APO HSM Optical StabilizerIn the newspaper they had written that there was a newborn "Borneo Orangutan".I drove into Borås Zoo and began to walk towards the part that the monkeys were about, in this case a Borneo Orangutang mom with her little cute baby.I was looking... continue reading
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In the digital era, ease of use and access sprouted some habits though some might be useful, some are not.Now that almost every electronic device has a built in camera, photography on an amateur level seems to be going a bit out of context regarding the whole concept and understanding of taking a photo.Taking into account mobile phones/tablet, pocket cams and dslrs, here are some bad habits you need to stop:For mobile photo users- Do not zoom in onto the subject using your fingers, the mobile has... continue reading
Should i purchase a 24-70mm lens or maybe go with two different lenses covering this range? That question has definitely been in your head when trying to figure out what lenses to buy. The answer is not simple but it comes down to what type of photography you will use a zoom or a prime lens for.Shot on Canon EOS 5D Mark II with Canon EF 28mm f/1.8 USM lensA Prime (fixed focal lens) is, well, a fixed focal lens that some people might see as limiting, but it compensates that limitation... continue reading
I am happy to finally have 5 image on Dreamstime.I am still learning the art of stock photo.I do more artistic photo and this does not appear to be what Dreamstime is looking for.This is nice image.To take a photo like this, it is nice to have a good zoom! continue reading
A short while ago my balance went over the magic $100 for the first time and I was able to request a payout. I put the money towards a lens I have been wanting for some time, a Sigma 10-20mm zoom.This is the first image from that lens to be accepted on Dreamstime.Not content with just the one purchase I yesterday ordered a Nikon DX 40mm micro. That arrived this morning - I have not even opened the box yet. I bought that for the macro facility, and also for the lightness and image quality... continue reading
As mentioned in a previous blog of mine, capturing the perfect images of children sometimes means letting kids behave naturally to catch some great candid shots.Think of children exploring a beach at low tide and the expressions on their faces as they find a starfish or a small crab.What a great image this would make..While I still believe candid shots of children create some truly memorable images, I have found that some pictures are better planned and posed (P&P) to correspond with the spring... continue reading
I would like to share something.... More then one year ago I traveled with some friends across Tanzania, Africa. I knew that this trip could get me a lot of nice images. However, I was affraid to take all my expensive camera equipment with me. This because people in Tanzania are not that rich compared to the country I live in, and I didn't want to give the people the motive to rob me or something like that. So I decided to only take my Canon EOS 400D body and the 50mm 1.8|| lens with me. Most Canon... continue reading
I debated long and hard before buying this lense.It cost more than I had ever spent on glass before.And what I really wanted was the f2.8.But, if I went with the 2.8, I knew that I would need IS due to the weight of the lense and that added significantly to the cost.Plus, it was heavier to lug around and I love going outdoors and getting nature shots.So, I compromised and treated my self to the f4.To help you understand where my review might or might not fit your skill level and... continue reading
A while ago, I did a blog on prime lenses and their strengths - but there is still a case for zooms:1. When you can't move or can't get closer!People often refer to 'sneaker zoom' with prime lenses - meaning they walk closer or further to adjust framing.That is great if you have the option, but try moving a little closer when standing on the edge of the Grand Canyon - or even getting closer to get a photo at the kid's Christmas concert.2. To keep the camera sealed.In bad weather or... continue reading
Hello My DT Family,Its a great pleasure for me to share my happiness with you that today I have achieved my target for this month November(1) +800 images online (I promised to all of you along with myself in my last blog article).My first (digital screen girl) and last image (belly of a sexy girl) of this batch are shown below|||(2) As my images went online two of my images were sold the same day. .Thank you Buyer.|||(3) I could finally get... continue reading
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