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Did You Know? The History of the Canon Camera Logo

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On July - 4 - 2017

The History of the Canon Camera Logo

The History of the Canon Camera Logo



In the year 1939, Goro Yoshida and his brother Saburo Uchida developed a Precision Optical Instrument Laboratory in Japan. 4 years later, they created their first camera, naming it “Kwanon.” It was named after the Buddha Bodhisattva Guan Yin that’s better known in Japan as Kannon. The logo incorporates the Kwanon image with 1000 arms and a fire design. When their camera product became international in the year 1935, the company decided to slightly change the brand to “Canon” to make it have a more mass appear in an international market and so as to not affiliate or offend any religious group. Read the rest of this entry »

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At the End of These Images, I Cannot Say a Word

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On July - 3 - 2017
Beautiful love story - 1

Beautiful love story – 1

There are people who say that “pictures or images say thousands of words”. One of them is by telling and showing us what we are feeling and our relationship with someone. Every season, this couple took an image in front of their house. As the result, without any explanation and description, a story is being made. Without using any complicated photo technique, advanced digital effect, these images can breaks every heart that sees it, anyone.

This is a story of hope, happiness, and fear and loss but it is presented in a simple yet most unique way. You will see them in the following images. Read the rest of this entry »

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RAW vs JPEG, which one is better?

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On July - 2 - 2017

RAW vs JPEG, which one is better

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RAW and JPG refer to the two different file types your camera can produce.
RAW – A RAW file is the unedited (unprocessed) image data that you digital SLR camera captures every time you take a photo. Because RAW files are unprocessed, they come out looking flat and dark. RAW images need to be viewed and processed using your camera’s software or in more robust commonly used software like Photoshop, Lightroom, Aperture, etc prior to being ready for display or print. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Evidence That Selfie Stick Was Already Used Since 1926

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On June - 28 - 2017
Arnold and Helen Hogg selfie

Arnold and Helen Hogg selfie

Hiroshi Ueda, this Japanese man is often mentioned as the first ever founder of SELFIE stick. However, the following old picture will show you that it is in fact not a new invention because it has been used since 90 years ago, long before digital camera or other Smartphone cameras were even found.

A picture taken by a couple in 1926 shows Arnold and Helen Hogg are using a stick to take a picture of themselves on the street near their abode in Rugby, Warwickshire, England exactly a year after their marriage. Read the rest of this entry »

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Superzoom Prosumer Cameras, How Good are They?

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On June - 27 - 2017

Superzoom Prosumer Camera

Superzoom Prosumer Camera



Have you ever encountered a prosumer camera with an unusually long range of zoom? These prosumer cameras are equipped with more than 15x zoom or an equivalent of 24-400 mm in a 35 mm sensor. Wow, that’s an awesome digit, considering these cameras only cost around $400 – $500. Even though its shape resemble a DSLR, these prosumer cameras has permanently attached lenses so it’s not interchangable. And also the quality of results differ. Let’s take a quick look at the characteristics and advantages of these superzoom prosumer cameras. Read the rest of this entry »

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