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  • My New Baby – My first DSLR

    by Thefinalmiracle | 4th of July, 2008

    Finally after a long time in photography and then an exciting time in stock photography, I finally ordered for my new DSLR. I bought the Canon Rebel XSI / 450 D with Canon 18-55mm IS Lens & Tamron 70-300mm Di LD Macro Lens. I also got a Canon Battery Grip BG-E5. I am very... More
  • I Got It!!

    by Jclardy | 11th of April, 2008

    So I got my new camera a few days ago and I love it! I ended up getting it with the kit lens which really is not as bad as people say it is, as long as you stop it down a bit. I bought it refurbished from Adorama, they said it would arrive in 7-10 days, but it took only 3!... More
  • Buying A New Camera

    by Jclardy | 3rd of April, 2008

    Next week I am finally going to buy a DSLR, and I can't wait! For now I have been shooting with a point & shoot, and while it takes decent pictures, it takes a lot of post processing work to get them up to par with the reviewer's standards. I am getting a Canon Rebel XT... More
  • Old versus new images

    by Kropewnicki | 5th of February, 2008

    I have found it very difficult to find "acceptable" stock images from my previous images. The first issue is image quality my previous camera was a Canon Powershot s80. And while the images are very nice when blown up to 8x10, you can definitely see a difference in quality... More
  • Basic Canon Rebel XT

    by Ladykassie | 31st of December, 2007

    Settings for your Rebel Just to have a better understanding for the settings for your Canon Rebel .. ;0) See Article

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