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I've lived the Legacy
posted by daddiomanottawa - 3rd of june, 2013
I shoot micro four thirds. Unlike many, I'm not a DSLR to m4/3 convert. Although they fascinate me, especially full frame, I know little to nothing about cameras using APS-C,APS-H or full frame sensors except what I have read on the... More...
It's all about the children
posted by tempestz - 8th of may, 2013
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... More...
Going ultra wide - my new toy
posted by amilevin - 27th of august, 2012
Hi, Like any other photography enthusiastic it was clear to me that my vacation in NY will include a trip to B&H (actually there were 3 of those trips :) ). Since the last lens I purchased was ~ 3 years ago I knew I won't be able... More...
How to buy equipment for Stock Photography Part I
posted by dacky - 17th of february, 2012
I have some tutorial videos on YouTube and I got an email from a guy about something that comes up very often in message boards, forums and so on so I hope I will be able to clear it out in the next two articles. The email said something... More...
Upgrade your equipment and save yourself some postprocessing time
posted by m4rio1979 - 17th of february, 2012
When I began with stock photography back in July 2011. I was using mostly kit lenses like my 18-55 and 75-300 kit lenses from Sony. I tought that this kit lenses will satisfy my needs in photography, since I was beginner at a time.... More...
My first editorial sale!!! wooohooo...
posted by m4rio1979 - 28th of december, 2011
Today is a good day. First I have a 100 images online milestone from today, then DT aprooved 11 images with 0 rejected(better acceptance ratio), then my acceptance ratio is finally reached 50% also from today, I have buyed myself... More...
Bird Photography: Equipment
posted by silasfirth - 7th of december, 2011
A couple years ago, I decided I wanted to photograph birds. After playing with several different setups, I finally bit the bullet and purchased a Canon Rebel XS and an EF 100-400mm L IS USM lens. Since then, I have come to enjoy... More...
So joyful to have new lenses!
posted by yellowind - 8th of september, 2011
I've started to dreamstime not so long ago. I've uploaded different photos and have 200 in my portfolio now. I so much like to photograph though the photo equipment is not cheap at all. I have Pentax system and I'm satisfied with it... More...
Why I Chose The Canon EF 24-105mm f/4 L Over The EF 24-70mm f/2.8 L
posted by edayrit100 - 16th of august, 2011
Money is no object so ... LOL; how I wish that were true :) But it DOES matter, and matter a whole lot, so I was pleasantly surprised to find out that the 24-105 is $300 less expensive (in the Philippines) than the 24-70 and is even... More...
Wildlife Photography: What’s in my camera bag
posted by visceralimage - 21st of january, 2011
When I do talks for other photographers or meet with camera clubs; one of the most common questions is: what equipment do you use and what is in your camera bag. In the old days, it was pretty simple; most of us used the Nikon F5,... More...
Colorado!
posted by davidwattsjr - 15th of october, 2010
Just got back from a photo shoot in Colorado - specifically, the Rocky Mountain National Park. Thought I'd share a few images of the fantastic fall colors, and the very impressive Elk Rut that takes place at this time of year.... More...
Focus
posted by williamardrey - 23rd of august, 2010
I have been having trouble with accurate focusing lately. I have the Olympus Evolt510 SLR digital camera and mostly use the kit lenses it came with for most of my pictures. I did buy a Zuiko telephoto lens last year to complement... More...
Stock photography for Sony/ Minolta Users
posted by eppic - 19th of april, 2009
A blog dedicated to my experiences using both Sony and Minolta and 3rd party lenses on my Sony DSLR's (A350 and A700). I hope to provide some insight into what kinds of newer as well as older lenses are good for stock photography.... More...
Travelling light with your DSLR
posted 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... More...
Which Lens?
posted by kenneystudios - 25th of august, 2007
Whenever we head out to a family function or just a day out somewhere, I always debate on which camera lens to take with me, or how many. After several hours of mentally debating it with myself, I had the decision narrowed down... More...
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