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  • The first accessory you need for your DSLR

    by Dcwcreations | 28th of January, 2009

    A camera to a photographer is many things. Most photographers have a loyalty to their cameras as if it was the best friend they ever had. But at it's very basic level it is a tool. A tool that we put through some very harsh conditions. We take them out in salt... More
  • dslr

    by ZrKnight | 6th of December, 2008

    Hello! As I said in message boards,I'm bought my first dslr-canon 1000d! With him I got 18-55 IS mm lens and 4 GB SD memory card. I will try to be more serious with photography,and I know that dslr is a great responsibility. Here's some of my pics: Bye! PS:I'm... More
  • Upgrading your Camera?

    by Mohanr | 23rd of November, 2008

    The Idea of upgrading my camera was disturbing me ever since Canon 5DMK2 was announced. In this time of recession I was trying to find some reasons against the upgrade, but all that is coming in my mind is in favor. finally I ended up writing this Blog Continue Reading... More
  • Reverse Lens Photography

    by Telecast | 28th of October, 2008

    Reverse lens photography is a technique that allows you to achieve incredible magnification by using two regular lenses and a DSLR. Basically, a second lens, which is reversed and put in front of the lens on your camera, will magnify a small object beyond the range of either... More
  • What I Wish I Knew Before Going on Safari, Part 2

    by Charlesoutcalt | 20th of October, 2008

    Before I went on safari, I sought advice on what to take from every source I could find--discussion boards, books, friends who had done a lot of nature photography. . . Over and over, I was advised to take the longest lens I could, and to get a teleconverter to extend... More
  • Filters....

    by Jaboardm | 8th of August, 2008

    Now that you have saved your pennies and cashed out all of your sales to buy that lens you have been saving for, don't skimp on the filter. That is if you use filters. Photography is not a cheap hobby, and now that you've spent your hard earned money on a good lens do... More
  • Things every Canon owner needs

    by Litifeta | 7th of August, 2008

    Regardless of whether you have a Rebel, or a 1Ds, there are certain things every Canon owner should have. Most of the consumer DSLRs are very good, a 400D or a 450D is a great choice for starting to shoot stock photography. There is no need to upgrade to the professional... More
  • Canon EF 70-200 F/4 L USM Review

    by MinervaStudio | 25th of June, 2008

    Canon 70-200 F/4 L is said to be one, if not THE, of the best lenses Canon ever produced. I've bought it a few days ago, and I can estabilish they talked well. This lens is AWESOME. The IS one is even better because of the stabilizer, but the optic scheme is the same. Let'... More
  • Choice of lens for the portrait.

    by Shaileshnanal | 10th of June, 2008

    You see a subject and fantastic background and u have a lens that is standard lens and zoom lens. Which one would u opt for. For tight head close up zoom lens is a must. But for head and shoulder portrait you can still use standard lens which has finer glass elements... More
  • My new macro lens is great!

    by Palabra | 9th of June, 2008

    I have a brand new 100mm macro lens and I'm so happy with it. Look how sharp: And see the details and the great bokeh: I couldn't resist to shoot the delicious new Dutch herring my husband brought home as well: More
  • Carl Zeiss Distagon 2.8/28mm

    by Fjord | 8th of June, 2008

    I have used this lens for serval months. I think it is very sharp and has a very high quality. But the most important is that it is very cheap and very light. I use this lens on 30D and 30V. When I use it on the 30V I must use a conversion ring which enable me use the CY... More
  • Image Stablilization for lenses

    by Bradcalkins | 4th of June, 2008

    Image stabilization in lenses does really work! Sensors in the lens move a set of elements in the lens to compensate for shaking on the photographer's part. If you look through Canon and Nikon's lens lineup, you'll notice that most IS or VR lenses are telephoto. There... More
  • Canon EF 17-40 F/4 L Review

    by MinervaStudio | 3rd of June, 2008

    Hi guys, it' time for me to write another review of mine. This time I'll deal with one of the most famous Canon L-series lens: the 17-40 F/4 L. Well, L-series lenses are Canon's models of excellence, top quality lenses provided with top quality construction body. When Canon... More
  • My new lens

    by Boostlee | 1st of June, 2008

    I got my new lens, which is Canon EF70-200/4 L. It's really a fantastic lens with high imaging quality, fresh imaging colors. I like it very much. Here are some new photos shot by this lens. You can find more in my portfolio. More
  • Travelling light with your DSLR

    by Sebcz | 21st of May, 2008

    You have your DSLR. You have your lenses. Many of them. What do you do if you really don't want to take them ALL with you? Well, there are things to consider - how much weight you are prepared to carry and what compromises you are ready to take. My personal choice... More
  • Tamron 17-50 F/2,8 Review

    by MinervaStudio | 19th of May, 2008

    So, I assume you've bought a DSLR and now you are disappointed by the 18-55 kit lens that comes with your camera. This is mostly true speaking of Canon kit lens, but anyway Nikkor kit lens, though being a much better lens, may be not what you were looking for, in terms... More
  • A little help when choosing new camera or lens.

    by Markogt | 28th of March, 2008

    Choosing a new camera or camera lens is usually not simple thing to to. I have found a very useful web site, that you can use to compare photos made with different cameras and different camera lens! So you can take the most out of your photos.... More
  • I do not want the hightech lens now

    by Boostlee | 24th of March, 2008

    I don't have any hightech lens. Sometimes I really eager to have one when I saw the perfect photos shot by it. But I just think about if all of the perfect photos are always shot by the hightech lens. I dont' think so. If there is anyone who is using the same lens but shot... More
  • Wide Angle - Olympus user?

    by Cleaper | 4th of March, 2008

    I absolutely love taking landscape photographs but I feel that i would benefit from a wide angle lens. I am currently using an Olympus e-400 with the supplied kit lenses, which are great but not exactly wide angle. The two lenses I have been looking into are the 7-14mm... More
  • Through a different looking glass... or just new glass...

    by Pirate59 | 26th of February, 2008

    Hi everyone. With every new item purchased for your camera, a new system or lesson is learned. Whether its learning about camera shake with super-mega-ultra zoom lenses, what positions mean what on a circular polarising filter. All these lessons are not necessarily... More

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