EQUIPMENT FOR BEGINNERS in stock photography

posted on 1st of may, 2014

Hello again everyone,

As I promised in my first blog that I would next write something about equipment for newbies in stock photography, here I am. I have to say that I was very surprised how many people actually read my first blog and I am very happy that most of them found it interesting. This is all new to me, but very exciting.

So, let's begin... For those who read my writing for the first time, I'm also newbie in stock, but I spent so many hours looking for right equipment and at the end purchasing I think very good one I wanted to share that experience with everyone and maybe reduce someone's time in looking for same things.

1. CAMERA - of course, if you are looking for really good pictures, great options, crystal clean photos, you WILL need a DSLR camera. First cause you can change lenses...

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Comments (3)

Posted by Marcociannarel on May 05, 2014
interesting :-) thanks!
Posted by Newnow on May 01, 2014
Thank you Bavdekar for comment. It's always nice to learn something new. :)
Posted by Bavdekar on May 01, 2014
You have provided nice info. I have just one comment. If you have a cropped sensor camera, the 50mm 1.8g becomes a bit of an overkill. This lens is optimal for the full sensor camera. The 35mm 1.8G DX, on the other hand, is built for the cropped sensor and gives a 50mm equivalent field of view on a DX camera. The 50mm would give a field of view equivalent to 85mm.

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150 UPLOADS!!!

posted on 16th of may, 2014

Today DT approved my 150th photo!

I'm very happy because of that, but even more happy cause I really see the progress in my photos, so my learning and long evening hours with camera alone and in front of computer had paid off. And I want everyone to see the difference! Time between shooting these two photos is JUST ONE MONTH!

The first was shot on 4th of April and the second one on 6th of May, this year both. Model is the same, but everything else is different, not just the concept, but the light, sharpness, focus, quality...Don't get me wrong, I like them both, but I really see the difference and I don't mind. I'm very happy that I see that effort and knowledge do pays off.
Good luck to everyone and always work a bit more then last time on your shots, photos, editing.

I know I WILL......

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Posted by Laurasinelle on June 14, 2014
Posted by Nguyenhoangyen on June 10, 2014
Congratulations! Images are nice!
Posted by Guojiett on June 06, 2014
Congratulations! Great! My recent goal is upload 100 photos! ^_^.

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