Here is a big list of tips from Eric Kim. I may not 100% agree with all of them. But definitely the majority. Great list to keep in your thoughts.
Nikon is pushing it up a notch once again. With the unveiling of the D4300, wireless transmitter and the Nikkor 28mm f/1.8G lens. Nikon users are in for a treat. Lets see what the competition does next.
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I think everyone should have a little waterproof camera. I have a little JVC underwater video/photo camera and I love it. It doesn’t take the best photos or videos, but its fun, and thats what i love about it.
Here is a review of Nikon’s new offering. The Coolpix S30.
Yes, Sigma makes actual cameras!!! I myself has a Sigma lens and I have to say that it’s one of my most used lenses (17-70mm). So for those interested in this Sigma SD1/SD1 Merrill here’s a review from the gang over at dpreview.com
So we all knew this had to happen. We had a review of the Canon 5D Mark III from a Nikon user, lets reverse it and have a Canon user review the D800.
The author of the article does conclude …
To me, this camera is essentially the one I’d been hoping Canon would release for over a year now! Good image size, decent ISO performance, nice video capabilities and at a very reasonable price for the specs, it just happens to be a different manufacturer.
What’s interesting is that now I own one, I’ve found that I’m not shooting with the Nikon all the time… I did a shoot for a web based fashion label yesterday and because they were going to use the images in a smaller format, and taking into account the longer processing times for the large Nikon files, I actually decided to use my old Canon for the job instead. I think in the future I’ll probably end up using the Nikon more like I would if I owned a medium format system, and only shoot when I’m doing a special project or when large files are particularly necessary, which means that, at least at the moment, I won’t be selling off all my Canon equipment just yet.
Read the whole article over here
Just a quick post showcasing a video that we came across in regards to a Track and Field photo shoot. Its only 2 minutes long and is a behind the scenes look at their photo shoot.
The photo walk. Who doesn’t love doing one. And if you have never just grabbed your camera, with the sole purpose of just heading out to take pictures, well you my friend are missing out. Some of the best photos can be found in your own town or city. But their are some things that you should be prepared for. Check out the following website for more information.